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Bed and Breakfast in Cotswolds - 30 Properties


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The Lodge, Swindon
The Lodge is a beautifully reburbished Victorian Town House in the heart of Swindon. Situated in a quiet area in the centre of the town, this comfortable and friendly guest house can provide most requirements for business guests.

Pets are allowed. No smoking.



Church Farm, Tetbury
A very friendly welcome awaits you at the family run Church Farm Bed & Breakfast. The traditional Cotswold farmhouse is set on a working dairy farm close to the market town of Tetbury, a bustling and thriving place with a choice of shopping

Pets are allowed. No smoking.



Middle Watchbury Farm B&B, Warwick
Find a warm welcome when you stay on our 83 acre working livestock farm in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside. Within 2 miles of Junction 15 of the M40 & close to Stratford -upon-Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, NEC

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



Redlands Farm, Warwick
Redlands Farm, set in an acre of the beautiful Warwickshire countryside was a "new Build" about the time when Charles 1st and Oliver Cromwell were having a battle at Edge Hill three miles away in 1642.

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



Apple Tree House, Witney
Nick, Caroline and family would like to welcome you to their beautiful Cotswold stone house dating back to 1620. It is full of character with flagstone floors, beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces.

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.


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