B&B welcome in four-star Cotswolds farmhouse
Lowerfield Farm B&B is a Cotswold stone farmhouse with beautifully furnished en-suite bedrooms. It’s ideally situated, with wonderful views over the hills to the Broadway Tower. The building itself dates back to the 17th century but has been tastefully updated and provides very comfortable accommodation.
There are six guest bedrooms on the first floor with wonderful views, and two more on the ground floor overlooking the garden. Facilities are comfortably four star, with plenty of space, king-sized beds, Freeview TV and DVD players – and of course there is wifi throughout.
Downstairs there is a comfortable guest lounge with an honesty bar and a large beamed dining room. This is where breakfast is served, including very local ingredients (sausages, bacon and eggs all come from the farm), along with vegetarian and vegan alternatives. Off-season it’s also the setting for wonderfully sociable Aga suppers.
Step outside and there is a large front garden with planted borders and extensive lawns, all surrounded by fields and paddocks. There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy a glass of wine and the wonderful views.
Lowerfield Farm B&B suggests:
Many of the guest bedrooms have views of Broadway Tower. Don’t miss the chance to explore this highlight of the north Cotswolds.
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Electric Vehicle Charger
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Packed Lunch
- Local Park
- Places of Historical Interest
- Train Station
Price per room per night based on two sharing, including breakfast
King double/twin - weekdays £107 Friday/Saturday/holidays £122
Single occupancy (double bed) - weekdays £76 - Friday/Saturday/holidays £82
Aga Dinner (off season, by arrangement) £22.50 per person
Check availability and book direct here.
Lowerfield Farm is quietly set near Broadway in the north Cotswolds, 14 miles south of Stratford-on-Avon. It has an ideal location on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire/Warwickshire border, perfect for exploring Shakespeare country and all that the Cotswolds has to offer. Hidcote Gardens and a range of National Trust properties are nearby, and it's close to the start of the Cotswold Way. Off-season evening meals can often be arranged in Lowerfield Farm itself, but there are plenty of good places to eat nearby.
"Just had a lovely short break at this B & B, Sue and Gareth were really friendly and welcoming, couldn't do enough for you. The rooms were lovely size really comfortable huge bed. Breakfast loads of variety and really tasty. Great location for getting about the Cotswolds. Well organised, online menu for you to pick what you would like for breakfast next morning, they had dvds you could borrow to watch, there was a plan for a two hour drive taking in all the local sites and small villages you wouldn't normally see and recommendations to eat and drink along the way. Highly recommend, will definitely be back."
Paula H, 2021
Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019, Travellers Choice 2020, Green Tourism Gold
Gareth and Sue Atkinson
- Bio : Gareth & Sue Atkinson are your hosts, who have been running Lowerfield Farm for over 14 years, during which time they have extended and improved the property to achieve the high standard accommodation it offers today. They love living in the north Cotswolds and having the opportunity to share and show off this delightful area to their guests. They offer fantastic, unhurried breakfasts from a richly varied menu, served in the converted stable block dining room. They use as much home or local produce as possible, including pork sausages from their own pigs, eggs from their hens, and honey from their bees, as well as home-made bread and jams. Gareth & Sue are motivated by environmental concerns and proud recipients of the Gold Award from Green Tourism. They have installed solar power and a solar battery to their home and take as many measures as they can to keep the accommodation wonderfully comfortable for guests while also making the least impact possible on the environment. As for their pre-guesthouse existence, they met while teaching in Sudan in the 1980s and spent many years living in Japan, where both of their children were born, and from where they learnt some great customer service attitudes. As well as the variety of British guests who stay with them, they do love the international experience that this way of life also offers with the visitors coming to the Cotswolds from every corner of the globe. They look forward to making you welcome on your visit.