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Burford

Burford accommodation

Burford is a Cotswold town in Oxfordshire, England. It lies about 32 miles west of Oxford on the River Windrush and is a popular centre for tourists who visit the Cotswolds, with many antique shops on the main street. The name derives from the Old English words burh meaning fortified town or hilltown and ford meaning ford. 'The Cotswold Wildlife Park' is also located near Burford, approximately 2 miles South down the A361 towards Lechlade. Burford also has a fete every summer with a procession (including a dragon) and stalls and games throughout the day.
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Hotels in Burford, The Cotswolds
 
Burford accommodation - Burford Lodge
from £90
doubles, twin, family and four-poster rooms

An extensively refurbished, independently owned & run Hotel - traditional Cotswold stone building, steeped in history 2 minutes walk from Burford High Street. Delivering traditional values of service with unpretentious style; sophisticated dining with a modern twist; and contemporary business needs are also catered for in this historic setting. The hotel also has four poster beds available in some rooms. (back to top)


Burford accommodation - The Bull Hotel Bar
from £50
doubles, twin, triple and four-poster rooms

This distinctive and famous Cotswold Hotel first operated as a licensed business in 1397, some say 1237, and has been on its present day site since 1610. As such The Bull Hotel, Bar & Restaurant is the oldest ongoing licensed premises in Burford. With log fires, exposed beams, the largest outside terrace in Burford & 11 en-suite bedrooms, not only do they offer their guests the ideal base from which to explore the Cotswolds but the perfect place to break your working week. (back to top)


Burford accommodation - Cotswold Gateway Hotel
from £85
doubles, twin, family and four-poster rooms

Offering a friendly welcome, efficient service and a pleasantly relaxed atmosphere, this former 18th century inn is ideal for those seeking to explore the Cotswold region. Originally a resting & overnight point for travellers, this hotel still performs the same function, but in a more modern context. It offers the convenience of ample parking in a private car park at the rear of the hotel, and a restaurant and bar open daily to both residents and non-residents. (back to top)


Burford accommodation - The Lamb Inn
from £77
doubles rooms

A traditional English country hotel, the Lamb is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful area. The Lamb Inn has seventeen bedrooms, each having individual character and decorated in warm traditional colours with fine, often antique, furniture for a true country feel. The ancient inn, originally built in 1420 as a weaver's cottages, is in complete harmony with it's delightful situation in the Cotswolds. The phrase 'charming old inn' is used much too freely, but the Lamb has a genuine right to it. Lined with trees and cool green lawns, behind which are set picturesque Cotswold limestone homes reflecting the historic affluence of the town, Sheep Street is the setting for the Lamb Inn. From its wisteria-clad walls, stone-flagged bar, charming dining room to beautifully refurbished bedrooms, the Lamb has been delightfully restored to create the comfort of today, whilst retaining the atmosphere of yesteryear. (back to top)


Burford accommodation - Bay Tree Classic
from £82
doubles rooms

Few could resist the rustic charm of the Bay Tree, whether it is for a leisure break, Christmas or New Years celebration Off Burfords awarding winning high street, this town is famous for its historic visitors including Nell Gwynn. The limestone building dates back to the sixteenth century and it is steeped in history and awash with character, from the foundations of its mellow stone walls - clad with pinkish-purple wisteria blooms - to its wooden beam rafters. (back to top)


Burford accommodation - Inn For All Seasons
from £65
doubles, twin and four-poster rooms

This 17th century Cotswold coaching inn overlooking the rolling countryside continues to enhance its reputation for good food in a relaxed, traditional setting.originally quarry cottages and was made into a coaching inn sometime in the 17 hundreds.Open Cotswold stone walls and log fires accompany the comfortable antique furniture that adorn the Inn and give it a charm and warmth of its own.Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds our 2 acres of grounds run down from the back of the Inn into the Windrush Valley were you can walk to Villages through the most beautiful countryside.The Bar is well stocked with local real ales along with a extensive wine list and Malt whisky selection that is a feature behind the Bar. Leather winged back chairs adorn the bar around the open log fires. Our 30 seater restaurant is furnished with antique furniture and comfortable high back leather chairs. The Residents lounge has its own log fire and is a peacful place to unwind after your journey or dinner. Breakfast is served in our coservatory that overlooks the gardens to the rear of the Inn.Private parties and small gatherings our catered for in our windrush room. (back to top)


Cottages in Burford, The Cotswolds
 
Burford accommodation -  Millstream
from £179 for 2 nights
cottage for two people

A stylish, single storey apartment just minutes from the heart of Burford. With an open-plan living/dining room with a galley-style kitchen and wooden floor. The Millstream has a beamed double bedroom with a feature brass bedstead and en-suite shower room and toilet. The Millstream also welcome's pets while you are on your break. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Asthall Leigh Cottage
from £201 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

A detached character cottage for six people. The original small 300 year old cottage had two later extensions, the larger of which was used at different times as a bakehouse and a school room. The cottage was reconstructed in the 1960's, and refurbished in the 90's. This large cottage also welcomes one pet with the booking. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Isobella
from £210 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

Isobella adjoins the owners 17th century farmhouse, tucked away behind the Norman church in a secluded location, but in the centre of the village. The Cotswold stone village of Brize Norton lies approximately 2 miles from the glorious scenery of the Windrush Valley. Conveniently situated between Burford (6 miles). Isobella provides spacious accommodation for couples, well presented and equipped, with terraces and patio furniture at front and back to follow the sun. There is use of the heated covered swimming pool at times to be agreed with the owners. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Callasfield
from £206 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

A beautifully appointed, first floor apartment in a Cotswold stone house, offering a good level of quality and comfort. The Callasfield has a very nice enclosed garden with a covered pond and a courtyard with terrace. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Little Forge
from £184 for 3 nights
cottage for two to four people

A well furnished, stone-built period cottage and a charming single storey stone cottage, formerly the local blacksmith's cottage and forge, set in this pretty hamlet amongst the rolling countryside and farmland about one mile from shops and pub in Leafield, with Burford about 4 miles. Surrounded by a large garden with summer house and patio area and 2 acres of steep woodland on 3 sides. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  The Dairy
from £170 for 2 nights
cottage for five to six people

Set on 40-acres of working farmland are two converted barns. Designed with families in mind. You'll find ponies, donkey's, cows, goats, pigs, ducks and many more different farm animals. There are onsite attractions (at extra cost) including rowing boats, mounting bikes, quad biking, and much much more. The Dairy also has an swimming pool. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Stable Cottage
from £235 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

This single storey cottage has been converted from an 18th century stable, and provides modern facilities whilst retaining original features and character, in the grounds of the owners' home. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Forge Cottage
from £206 for 3 nights
cottage for four to six people

A well furnished, stone-built period cottage and a charming single storey stone cottage, formerly the local blacksmith's cottage and forge, set in this pretty hamlet amongst the rolling countryside and farmland about one mile from shops and pub in Leafield, with Burford 4 miles. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Rickyard Cottage
from £112 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

Rickyard Cottage comprises of a double bedroom, bathroom and a spacious open-plan kitchen, diner and lounge. This cottage includes bed linen & duvets, towels & blankets, cot, television, parking for 3 cars, electric heater, electric on meter, microwave, fridge and freezer also a shared garden, patio, children welcome aswell as one pet. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  The Byrn Cottage
from £144 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

The Byrn Cottage comprises of a double bedroom, bathroom and a spacious open-plan kitchen, diner and lounge. This cottage includes bed linen & duvets, towels & blankets, cot, television, parking for 3 cars, electric heater, electric on meter, microwave, fridge and freezer also a shared garden, patio, children welcome aswell as one pet. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  The Cornhouse
from £160 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

The Cornhouse situated in the open farmyard with panoramic views of the Wrekin and also the Church Stretton and the Shropshire Hills from every window offers 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, shower room with toilet and washbasin, open plan fitted oak kitchen /dining room / lounge with old floor to ceiling oak beams and a Brick inglenook fireplace, outdoor seating. This cottage includes bed linen & duvets, towels & blankets, cot, television, parking for 3 cars, electric heater, electric on meter, microwave, fridge and freezer also a shared garden, patio, children welcome aswell as one pet. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Bank Cottage
from £132 for 2 nights
cottage for five people

Grade II listed cottage close to pretty village centre. Built approx, 200 years old, which has been refurbished but still retains it's original charm and character. Northleach is a friendly pretty Cotswold village. Bank Cottage includes bed linen, towels, 2 TV's, DVD player and films, parking, open fire, central heating, electric oven, microwave, freezer, washing machine. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Farmhouse Cottage
from £225 for 2 nights
cottage for six people

Farmhouse Cottage adjoins the owner's 17th century timbered farmhouse but is completely self contained. It has its own garden with natural duck pond, and overlooks gentle pastureland and' orchards beyond. It has the advantage of having Malvern Spring water 'on tap'. Spacious sitting room with wood burning stove. Patio doors leading onto terrace with garden furniture and barbeque. Colour TV. Modern kitchen/dining area with farmhouse pine table. Automatic washing machine, microwave, electric cooker, fridge/freezer. The main bedroom with twin beds, exposed beams and the second bedroom has a double bed. The third also has twin beds. Bathroom with bath, WC, handbasin and shaver point. (back to top)


Burford accommodation -  Cider Press
from £144 for 2 nights
cottage for two people

Cider Press Cottage has cosily furnished sitting room with 2 seater sofa and chair, and television leading to an attractive tiled dining area and kitchen which includes and electric cooker and microwave oven. It has a double-bedded room with en-suite bathroom with bath, WC and handbasin. It includes bed linen, towels at extra charge, TV, Video, parking, oil fired heating and wood burner, dishwasher, mircowave, freezer and washing machine. (back to top)


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