Occupy your own quarters in the pretty country garden, in very peaceful surroundings, at Wayside House in Whichford, a welcoming B&B overlooking the village Green close to the idyllic market town of Chipping Norton situated in stunning North Cotswolds. Stretch out in your double or twin bedroom with modern and spacious en-suite, found in the self-contained 'Outback' away from the main house. Take your time and relax on the big comfy sofa in the cosy guest lounge in front of the digital TV after long bike rides around the delightful country paths or trips to Whichford Pottery and famous nearby gardens at Hidcote and Kiftsgate. Take traditional farmhouse breakfasts in the Aga-warmed kitchen dominated by a sturdy table laden with pots of jam with pretty decorative china. Dogs are welcome; there are wonderful walks surrounding the village.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Wayside House?
Privacy is guaranteed since the guest accommodation is detached from the main house in a peaceful and comfortable environment. The House consists of a bedroom that can be either a double or a twin, with an en-suite bathroom. In the same building, there is a living room and kitchenette with a microwave/oven, small fridge, a toaster, a kettle and tea and coffee making facilities. It also features a 42 "flat-screen TV, Sky+ HD, WiFi, Playstation 3 and a Darts board! Dogs are welcome too.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Shipston on Stour area?
Wayside House is located between Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon and is situated about six miles north of Chipping Norton, overlooking the Green, in the pretty rural village of Whichford. Wayside House is an ideal base to explore Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh and Chipping Campden 's classical Cotswold towns. Hidcote, Kiftsgate, Sezincote, Jacobean Chastleton and RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon are all famous gardens and are easily reached.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Guests can make their own cooked/continental breakfast in the accommodation from the well-stocked fridge. In the village, you will find the well-known Whichford Pottery/The Straw Kitchen and an excellent pub, The Norman Knight, 100 yards across the Green. As well as the Cotswold Distillery, which is 1 mile away.