The green hillsides of the Cotswold Way

North Farmcote B&B ****

Accommodation type: Bed and breakfast

North Farmcote Farm, Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 5AU, UK
Mr David Eayrs
01242 602304

A country house b&b on a working family farm situated high on the Cotswold escarpment producing sheep and cereals.

North Farmcote is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with panoramic views across to the Malvern Hills and Welsh mountains beyond. An ideal centre for touring and walking with The Cotswold Way traversing the farm. Our Gloucestershire farm house bed and breakfast is 3 miles east of Winchcombe and open all year. The house was built around 1840 as a dower house for Lord Sudley’s mother. It has a flagstoned hall entrance leading to comfortable, spacious accomodation upstairs.

The house is surrounded by a large garden where guests can have afternoon tea on the terrace in the summer and enjoy the view. In the winter tea is served in front of a log fire.

There are three rooms, all large enough for a third bed if necessary. The tariff includes full English breakfast.

Pets welcome by arrangement at £5/night.

Breakfast is served in the dining room; ‘full English’ ie. egg, bacon, sausage, mushroom & tomato, or a variation thereof, is the norm with all ingredients being sourced locally. In addition,scrambled egg with salmon, and vegetarian breakfasts are available’

Come and see our specialist herb garden growing a wide variety of fresh potted herbs, 30 varieties of chilli peppers, plus vietnamese coriander, mints, sages, thymes, basil, bergamot and many

Visit England 4 star Silver
3 ( 1 double and 2 twin rooms) (En suite facilities available)
Prices from:
£90 ( Single £70)


  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Adapted Toilets: No
  • Dogs welcome: Yes
  • Evening Meals: No
  • WiFi Available: Yes

Additional Services

  • Packed lunches: No
  • Laundry service: Yes
  • Luggage transfer service: Yes
  • Pickup service: Yes

Equestrian Facilities

  • Horse stabling/grazing: No
  • Horse box parking: No

Cyclist Facilities

  • Secure cycle storage: No

Entry last updated: 03/04/2018

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