One of the most historically significant and unique properties in the heart of the village of Bloxham, The Old Dairy boasts the privacy of a country manor with the convenience of a village location. Dating back to the 15th Century, the house opens into a vaulted hallway before an ornate front door and surrounded by a secluded courtyard. The house is large and sociable, making for a perfect sanctuary for large groups or families.
What is the capacity for The Old Dairy?
The house has been recently updated and now sleeps 8 adults, 3 children and 1 infant - perfect for a large family or two families with a very spacious interior, the house offers a cosy sanctuary to relax in. Upstairs there is an incredible master bedroom with a super king-size bed, an ensuite bathroom with a roll-top bath and a walk-in rain shower with heated stone flooring, a dressing room, double sinks and a loo. In addition to the master suite, the second bedroom also boasts a brand new super king bed. Two more bedrooms, a twin bedroom and a king-size are available and include all new storage furniture and have been freshly redecorated. There is also the perfect children's room, with a bunk bed and a pull-out trundle underneath, cot and a chest of drawers for additional storage. The large family bathroom has a shower, roll-top bath, loo and separate loo for the guest room has also been retiled and redecorated.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bloxham area?
The Old Dairy is in a beautifully rural location in Bloxham, which sits perfectly on the edge of the Cotswolds. Guests can visit nearby Broughton Castle, a moated and fortified manor house. The Hook Norton Brewery makes for a great day out, offering guided tours with local ales or sample spirits. The Cotswolds Wildlife Park is also just a short drive away in Bradwell Grove, which is fun for all the family.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Old Dairy offers a large dining area that comfortably seats up to 12. If guests wish to dine alfresco, there is an outside dining area and BBQ. There is also a number of recommended pubs and restaurants in nearby towns that guests can visit if they would rather be cooked for.