The lovely town of Burford occupies a position on the meandering River Windrush. Burford is built on a fairly steep hill, and the view from the top of the hill looking down the High Street to the river is one of the classic panoramas of the Cotswolds. A lovely 4-arched medieval bridge, widened in the 18th century, crosses the Windrush, and though Burford itself does not occupy the northern bank, a walk across the bridge is rewarded by wonderful views across watermeadows to the spire of St. John the Baptist parish church.
152 The Hill has been completed renovated and now offers 5 individual holiday homes, The Lodge is one of them, all five properties can be all be rented if you would like, family Christmas, special occasions, the whole property will sleep up to 23, but you will all have your individual space, please see, 8379755, 6977567, 8379757, 8379754, and please contact us for details.
The Lodge is a two bedroom cottage, with one bathroom with a bath shower, it can sleep up to 4 people, the bedrooms have there own style, the first bedroom has a king size bed, with a window looking out over Burford High Street and over the roofs to the church and the valley. The second bedroom has two single beds. Large open plan living, kitchen, dining area and a sitting room with TV
A communal garden can be found at the back of the property, it is lawned and is available to all guests that are staying at 152 The Hill. When you step outside the property, you are metres away from a newsagent, a butcher, a deli, a chemist, restaurants, pubs, a little further down is the Co-op shop. It is a brilliant place to stay as a base to explore the Cotswolds, with many places to visit.
Bibury - 10 minutes, the famous Arlington Row and Bibury trout farm
Bourton-on-the-Water 15 minutes,- regularly voted one of the prettiest village in England, Birdland Park and Gardens and The Model Village
Oxford 30 minutes – what can we say – full of history, Universities, beautiful buildings, museums, the Ashmolean, Pitt Rivers and many others, plus of course theatres.
Upper and Lower Slaughter 20 Minutes – ‘a wander alongside the stream seems like a privilege.’
Stow on the Wold 25 minutes - At one end stands the ancient cross, and at the other the town stocks, shaded between an old elm tree.
Broadway 35 minutes - the village also has an interesting artistic heritage which includes some well known artists, writers, and performing artists such as William Morris, John Singer Sargent, Francis D Millet, J.M. Barrie and Mary Anderson.
Stratford-upon-Avon 45 minutes – the home of Shakespeare and theatres
Bath – 60 minutes – known for its natural hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture. Honey-coloured Bath stone has been used extensively in the town’s architecture, including at Bath Abbey, noted for its fan-vaulting, tower and large stained-glass windows. The museum at the site of the original Roman-era Baths includes The Great Bath, statues and a temple.
Cheltenham 30 minutes – race course, architecture and shopping
Cotswold Wildlife Park – 5 minutes
Outside the property there is a Keep Clear space, please use this to drop off your luggage and then move the car as soon as possible, as other guests may need to use this, the parking just outside the property is 24 hours and free, the parking on the opposite is only for 2 hours, there is a public car park, which is also free at the bottom of The Hill, this can be easily found by taking the turning by Mrs Bumbles and following the road around past the Church.