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Burford Accommodation

Burford Hotel Accommodation

Hotel accommodation in the Burford area

Awaiting photograph of Bay Tree Hotel  

Bay Tree Hotel

Few could resist the rustic charm of the Bay Tree, an enchanting Cotswold retreat in the picture-postcard town of Burford. The limestone building dates back to the 16th century and is steeped in history and character, from the foundations of its mellow stone walls - clad with pinkish-purple wisteria blooms - to its wooden beam rafters.
     
Lamb Hotel  

Lamb Hotel

A stone's throw from the picture postcard town of Burford in the heart of the Cotswolds, this delightful hotel retains many of its original features and possesses an abundance of character and old-world charm. Stone flagged floors, log fires, real ales and award winning traditional English cuisine make this a hotel for all seasons and a perfect base to explore all the Cotswolds have to offer.
     

Burford Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Burford area

Awaiting photograph of Barley Park Bed and Breakfast  

Barley Park Bed and Breakfast

Barley Park bed and breakfast is a substantial Cotswold stone house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is well situated for exploring the Cotswold's and Walking distance from the historic market town of Burford.

     

Burford Self Catering Holiday Accommodation

Self catering accommodation in the Burford area

Awaiting photograph of Candlemas Cottage  

Candlemas Cottage

Candlemas Cottage is situated in the grounds of the owners' house on the outskirts of the beautiful Cotswold town of Burford, on the River Windrush. The cottage has been recently converted and is furnished and equipped to a very high standard. It looks out onto an attractive garden.

The centre of Burford is approx half a mile away with a variety of excellent shops, inns and restaurants. This historic town provides an ideal location, midway between Cheltenham and Oxford, from which to tour the Cotswolds. Stratford, Warwick and Blenhem are all within easy driving distance and there is a regular bus service to London or trains from Charlbury station.

     

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