18th century stone farm house on the Blenheim Estate
Reference | SBBBF01
Distance to Oxford City Centre | 7.2 miles
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Welcome to Burleigh Farm – Oxfordshire bed & breakfast
Burleigh Farm is an eighteenth century stone farm house on the Blenheim Estate – home to the Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. This Oxfordshire bed & breakfast is working farm situated in open country halfway between the village of Bladon, burial place of Sir Winston Churchill and Cassington said to be one of the oldest villages in England. The house is of historical interest and grade two listed as it is a fine example of an enclosure farm. Jane can tell you more about this as well as many other interesting local facts.
Maps for walking and touring are available from Jane, your host, and we are always willing to welcome children. (Also dogs by prior arrangement).
“We like to think of you as our personal guests and welcome you to enjoy our beautiful home, friendly atmosphere, our garden and the many walks across the fields available”
About the accommodation
The house is well proportioned and offers two good sized bedrooms; One family and one double.
All rooms have:
En-suite bath and shower
For children we have a travel cot, high chair and various toys and the family room with a double bed and two singles.
Traditional farmhouse breakfast is served to your request at times to suit and homemade or local produce is used where at all possible.
Where are we?
We could not be better situated: 6 miles from Oxford, 3 miles from Woodstock, on the edge of the Cotswolds yet only an hour away from London; Stratford-on-Avon, Bath, Cheltenham and Stonehenge are all within easy reach for a day out. There are also many excellent eating places nearby and a wide variety of local attractions.
How to find us?
From London, come off the M40 at junction 8 onto the A40. Stay on the A40 until past Oxford then turn right at the traffic lights into Cassington having gone completely through the village take the first left signed Bladon,1¼ miles further on over the railway bridge is Burleigh Farm.
From the west, turn left off the A40 into Cassington & continue as before.
From the north, take the A44 through Woodstock, right at the roundabout onto the A4095 through Bladon, then the first left signed Cassington, the farm is a mile away on the right.
As we are a rural Oxfordshire bed & breakfast, we recommend that guests use our grid reference rather than our postcode to find us. Our grid reference is – 444982:212964.
From £37.50 per person per night (children half price) when sharing.
From £45.00 per person per night for single occupancy.
From £37.50 per person per night
- Rural Oxfordshire bed & breakfast located on a working farm on the Blenheim Estate
- The house is well proportioned and offers two good sized bedrooms; one family and one double.
- Wonderful views
- Traditional farmhouse breakfast
- Children and dogs welcome
- 01865 881352
- Burleigh Farm,
- Jane Cook
Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.
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