…..the perfect pastoral idyll…..
Westley Farm’s 75 acres are sublimely beautiful and home to five cottages and a central farmhouse from which owners Julian and Hege Usborne welcome guests and introduce them to the considerable glories of the area. Donkeys and sheep graze the fields, doves coo from the surrounding woodland, deer and foxes are frequently seen.
Re-connect with nature in one of our cozy self-catering farm holiday cottages with flagstone floors in real Cotswold stone and warm log fires, all furnished in our smart country style. Rural views and walks straight from your door across 75 acres of ancient woodland and wildflower meadows. We welcome children and dogs.
At Westley Farm we value our natural environment and manage the land sensitively to encourage wildlife habitats. You may see buzzards, badgers, foxes, deer as well as sheep and cattle from your windows. With a choice of good pubs within easy walking distance, space to dry any wet gear and a log fire to come home to, we are the perfect base for a holiday exploring the excellent walking on and around the farm.
Dogs are welcome in all of our pet friendly holiday cottages
The Cotswolds are classified as ‘an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” and offer a rich tapestry of green rolling hills dotted with sheep, picture-postcard villages and the iconic dry stone walls.
The legacy of the Golden Valley’s industrial past can be seen in the romantic overgrown canal, ivy-clad mill ruins and weavers’ cottages; some beautifully restored by the Arts & Crafts movement. These valleys still attract artists and craftsmen with thriving workshops, studios, micro-breweries and cheese-makers to visit or see their products at the award-winning local farmers markets.
Our traditional stone cottages are spread over the farm and have rural views as good as any in England. You can just hear the distant bells of Oakridge church and see the houses peep out of the canopy of trees on the other side of the valley.
Pet friendly self-catering farm holiday cottages, each with a log fire, on a Cotswold hill farm in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, England. Situated between Cirencester and Stroud, near Minchinhampton and Chalford. Panoramic rural views over meadows, woodlands and The Golden Valley. Pets welcome. Near pubs serving good local food. Short breaks and long lets available in winter.