Large Victorian Manor House in idyllic farmland

Large Victorian Manor House in idyllic farmland

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 11
4 Bathrooms

About our home

A beautiful Cotswold Stone Manor House, built in the 1840s, set on a farm of 600 acres, surrounded by cows and beautiful fields in the middle of the Cotswsold Water Park with all of its activities. All rooms large and beautifully appointed. 2 reception rooms (1 formal, 1 relaxed TV room) beautiful formal dining room, garden with plenty of outdoor seating, BBQ and kids playground. We have two young children so are completely set up for kids with cots, high chairs, toys etc.

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Where is it?

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A 600 acre working farm, surrounded by grazing cows in the middle of the Cotswold Water Park - a protected area of 40 square miles, with more than 150 lakes set across the countryside of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire.

Equidistant between Cirencester and Swindon, both about 15 minutes drive, and a less than 5 minute drive to the charming local town of Cricklade- known for being the source of the Thames River.

Buzzy restaurants
About 10 fabulous gastro country pubs within a 20 minute drive. The Red Lion in Cricklade is a 20 minute walk across the farm fields.
Cool bars
Not so much. Buy booze in and sit in the garden or by the fire in winter!
Cozy cafés
The Cricklade Club
Retail therapy
Cirencester has a wealth of fabulous high street and boutique shops
Bit of culture
Oxford only a 45 minute drive away
Walks in the park
The farm is its very own park - with gorgeous walking tracks and connecting to various public footpaths
Spot of exercise
Cotswold Water Park caters for most water sports, plenty of walking and cycle trails nearby
Day tripping
Cirencester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, Bourton on the Water

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