Farm B&B in the Cotswolds of England
Whalley Farm B&B Cotswolds Gloucestershire England Bed and Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations
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Hosts: Jan and Gill Rowe
Address: Whalley Farm, Whittington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 4HA England
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Telephone: +44 (0)1242 820213
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Fax: +44 (0)1242 821036
Activities/Attractions: Cheltenham has colour, style and life and is an excellent base from which to explore the historic sights of Gloucestershire and the delights of the Cotswold countryside. The spa town has a first class range of accommodation, restaurants, theatres and shops. As winner of "Beautiful Britain in Bloom", Cheltenham is renowned for its gracious Regency architecture, colourful parks and floral decorations.
Whalley Farm is mainly a dairy and livestock farm, with a pedigree herd of Holsteins. Wheat, barley and silage grass is grown on the farm. There are private farm walks across our land and through our private woods. The farm footpaths are linked to the famous Cotswold Way.
The farm is an ideal base for exploring:
The farm's location makes it easily accessible to Prestbury race course 4 miles way avoiding heavy town traffic.
General Information: Set in the green rolling hills of the Cotswolds of England, Whalley Farm B&B lies on the edge of Whittington Village and is 4 miles from Cheltenham town centre. The large listed period farmhouse with its wooden beams and traditional Cotswold stone dates back to the early 1600's although the farm has existed since Roman times.
It is believed the house is built partly with the stone from the farm's own Roman Villa and stone from an ancient stone mine on the farm. Whalley Farm is still a large working farm. Within their cosy farmhouse, Jan and Gill Rowe offer home away from home comfort.
Breakfast can be enjoyed in the large farmhouse kitchen or in the oak beamed dining room furnished with traditional period furniture.
Payment Accepted: Cash only.
Rates: (Prices quoted in UK Pounds)
There is a choice of English breakfast and homemade jams, Continental breakfast, a variety of cheeses including fresh fruit salad and yoghurt.