Oxbourne House is a large village house set in an acre of beautiful gardens overlooking the rolling Warwickshire hills and farmland beyond.
The house is full of character and is beautifully furnished with antiques. There are flowers from the garden in the bedrooms and guests are welcome to use the sitting room with its inglenook fire where tea is served in the winter.
One of the bedrooms is suitable for families with a king size bed, a single bed and a sitting area and en suite bathroom (from £80 per night for two people).
There is an annexe with its own entrance on the ground floor which has a double bedroom with en suite shower room, a separate sitting/dining room and kitchen if required.
All rooms have a television with freeview and tea/coffee making facilities. There is free access to Wi-fi.
Breakfasts include fruit juice, fresh fruit salad/compote, yoghurt, cereals, full English cooked breakfast and toast and brioche with home made marmalade and jams. The sausages are made locally, eggs from our hens in the garden, proper bacon, mushrooms and tomatoes from the garden in season.
Guests are welcome to sit in the garden or play tennis or croquet and if the weather is good your welcoming tea will be served in the garden.
There is so much to see in the area - historic Stratford and Warwick, the beautiful Cotswold towns and villages and local National Trust Houses and gardens. The NEC is 35 minutes drive and Oxford is a 45 minutes drive.
Above all you will be welcomed and looked after during your stay.
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This page was last updated: 29 August 2011