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Worcestershire England
Reviewed 10 December 2007

We stayed one night at Nineveh and it is what you would expect from a country B&B. A nice location, clean and tidy rooms. We stayed in the house and our room was fine. Breakfast was freshly cooked and adequate. Alison was very helpful and keen to please. Lots of local information. Don't go expecting 4 star facilities its a...

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Cleveland, Ohio
Reviewed 15 October 2007

I enjoyed my stay in the Cotswolds and Nineveh Farm. However, I did think that the room was quite small. The breakfasts were delicious and Alison is very nice. I think that the location was my main issue. Next time I would stay closer to Bath.

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England
Reviewed 2 July 2007

This was our third visit to Ninevah Farm and we were accompanied by friends we met in Australia who were visiting Europe for the first time. As we did not book until late, we were given one room in the farmhouse and one in the annex, but both were comfortable and extremely clean. Despite some very wet weather, we visited...

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1Thank Andy_Wolfe
Manchester
Reviewed 24 June 2007

As we arrived in the beautiful village of Mickleton, our stay in the Cotswolds promised to be one of peace and relaxation. We were "greeted" by the owner of Nineveh Farm who was far from welcoming as we were slightly early and just wanted to use the ensuite to change for my brother's wedding. There was no effort made to...

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ChippingCampden, Owner at Nineveh Farm, responded to this review

We agreed that these guests may check-in early at 1.30pm without additional charge (normal check-in is from 4pm) but they arrived at 12.15pm and their room was not ready. My wife partially prepared the room quickly to ensure that they had somewhere to change and completed the preparation after they had left for a wedding. They did not vacate their...

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Reviewed 19 October 2006

Our last lodging and easily the best. The owners could not have been more helpful - even cleaned down some damage to our rental car which made us feel a whole lot better after a minor accident. Our room was comfortable and spotlessly clean. Delicious breakfast. Gracious hospitality and lovely surroundings made this quintessentially English B&B the perfect last stop...

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White Rock, Canada
Reviewed 8 October 2006

In the Cotwolds only a 5 minutes (dangerous) walk to Mikelson, this is a non-working 19th century farm made into a B&B. A bit of a dificult find between Chippen Campden and Mickletson. Described as a luxury B&B which is a bit over-zealous (perhaps luxury price but average accomodations). Rooms have separate ensuite with showers, on a loverly grassy property....

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 21 September 2006

We spent 3 nights at Nineveh Farm with some friends, and stayed in the 2 room annex beside the house. The setting and the grounds are lovely. There are seating areas for guest use, and the hosts will serve tea outside upon request. There is plenty of parking, and the location is good. You can walk to nearby Mickleton, and...

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Reviewed 21 June 2006

We stayed at Nineveh Farm for my Mum's 60th birthday and a had a lovely time. The main house is surrounded by well kept gardens and has great views over the surrounding countryside. We stayed in the two rooms which are in the annexe which is separate to the main house. The rooms were very comfortable - they were a...

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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Ideal for visiting the north Cotswolds villages, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Oxford and Blenheim. Old farmhouise with flagstone floors, beams and antique furnishings. All rooms have lovely views of our large gardens or the open countryside. ... more   less 

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Address: Nineveh Farm Campden Road | Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Mickleton GL55 6PS, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cotswolds > Mickleton
Price Range: $138 - $156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
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“The annexe rooms are smaller, have smaller shower rooms and get a bit of traffic noise, so pay the extra £10 and go for a room in the main house if possible.”
chrisbV8867VF, 28 Jul 2012 | Read review
“Upstairs rooms in the house have a lovely view of the gardens.”
Kezz35, 13 Feb 2012 | Read review
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