Wickhamford, Broadway, Chipping Campden & surrounding area
Located a few miles from Broadway, Field Farm is a large and very spacious home, situated at the end of a long drive and surrounded by open countryside. Inside the house is spotless with large rooms, all very light and bright, simply furnished but very comfortable indeed. The downstairs has a large kitchen diner, very well equipped and with breakfast table along with a vast living room plus dining room and conservatory. Upstairs are four bedrooms all a good size and all with great views - indeed some look across to Broadway Tower in the distance and on days when it is running, you can see the steam rising from the Steam Trains that leave Broadway on their merry way through Winchcombe to Cheltenham!
The house is surrounded by a garden and there is plenty of space to spread out and play games or simply sit and do nothing!
With access to Broadway, Chipping Campden and Stratford Upon Avon all within an easy drive, this is a great holiday property - either for a group of friends or for a family looking for a base to enjoy the region and relax in great comfort.
Entrance through small lobby, through utility room through to kitchen.
Kitchen, very well equipped, with electric hob, oven and grill, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave plus a breakfast table and chairs. Large and bright room!
Utility Room with washing machine and washbasin
Bathroom / Cloakroom with shower, WC and washbasin
Living/Dining Room - huge room, with dining table and 10 chairs leading through to living area with multiple sofas and armchairs, large TV with DVD player plus gas 'flame-effect' fire.
Conservatory with seating and doors to garden.
Bedroom One with two single beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers, double aspect views across the fields and Broadway Tower in the distance.
Bedroom Two with 4ft 6in double bed plus wardrobe and chest of drawers Great views too!
Bedroom Three with 4ft 6in double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers
Bathroom Two with walk in shower, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Four with bunk beds and wardrobe.
The house, which is detached, is surrounded on three sides by grass and garden. There is a terrace from the conservatory with table and chairs. There is ample parking for many cars. The garden is not enclosed and is open to the fields.
Children Welcome. Cot and High Chair Available. Sorry No Pets. Heating incl all year. Wifi available and incl.
Wickhamford is a small, pretty village located a few miles from Broadway. Field Farm is located down a farm tarmac track outside the village. The village itself is a relatively sleepy location with some stunning homes and surrounded by open countryside. Although there is no shop in the village there are some basic shops within a minute's drive. In fact there are some very good organic food stores nearby - this is becuase this area is on the edge of some of England's richest countryside with super fruit and veg stalls everywhere.
About 6 mins drive away is Broadway, one of the Cotswolds most well known and popular locations. Its high street is especially attractive and we'd always recommend visiting, as there are a wide selection of shops, classic pubs and restaurants. From the High Street you can choose to walk to the Broadway Tower, which whilst not too far, is a good challenging walk up hill! You can read more about things to do in Broadway in our Guide here.
Broadway railway station 4 miles away.
Slightly further afield are the bigger towns of Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham both very attractive and both also well worth a visit.. Worcester is similarly 15 miles too, where there is plenty of history for you to enjoy as well as places to eat.
Some of our 'personal favourites' is the pub in Mickleton called The Three Ways House hotel where the famous Pudding Club is held - if you've the appetite then brace yourself. It is held every Friday, when we last checked, this is about 15 mins drive away.
In Broadway the Crown and Trumpet is a solid pub, if simple, but welcoming nonetheless, is about 5 mins away. The Lygon Arms in the centre of Broadway is probably the most famous place for afternoon tea!
If you drive about 10 mins you can be in Chipping Campden another stunning village/small town which we also recommend visiting - it is so pretty and it too has a range of shops, cafes and bric-a-brac worth a journey.