Classic, Cosy and above all hospitable with a capital ‘H’
Fragrances of lavender, honeysuckle, jasmine, and roses tumbling over golden stone walls, alongside a range of regular avian residents create an air of calm, that instantly relaxes and enchants all guests upon arrival. Uplands House B&B is approached along a drive lined with ancient lime trees, at the end of which await a tasty welcome of tea and homemade cakes, served in the spacious drawing room or – weather permitting – in the magnificent garden.
Your B&B hosts are excellent cooks, offering splendid four-course dinners or a lighter supper accompanied with wonderful wines. They’re pretty good gardeners at Uplands House B&B too, as much of the produce used comes from their own vegetable garden, as does the fruit, everything else is locally sourced.
Choose between the fabulous four poster bedroom with its luxurious en suite bathroom or the Chinese room which can be a double or twin, both of which enjoy a lovely view across the parkland. Alternatively, a smaller but charming double room overlooks the Orangery and Rose Garden and may still be available, though technically it has been taken out of service.
Whichever you choose, be spoilt by the luxury of fresh flowers, crisp bed linen, lovely bathroom accessories and be assured of a scrumptious breakfast when you wake.
Uplands House B&B suggests
Book direct for the best rates. Discounts for longer stays and occasional special offers are not available when booking through agencies. Just call.
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Places of Historical Interest
Prices are per room, per night, based on two sharing including breakfast
1 King Size (5') B&B Room (en suite) - £150 (available until January 2022 only)
1 Super King (6')/Twin B&B Room (en suite) - £130 (£160 from January 2022)
1 Super King (6') Feature B&B Room (en suite) - £180 (£190 from January 2022)
Single supplement - £20, Mon - Thur
Minimum 2-night stay
Supper - £20 (two courses)
Dinner - £30 (three courses)
Dinner - £40 (four courses)
Located in Upton, close to Banbury, from where guests can walk to see the treasures of Upton House. The National Herb Centre is close by, as is Edgehill, site of the first battle of the English Civil War. The gardens of Kiftsgate, Hidcote, Sezincote and Coughton Court are a short drive away, and Charlecote Park, Compton Verney, Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace, Stratford-upon-Avon and Stow on the Wold and many other Cotswold towns and villages are easily accessible.
"Poppy is the perfect hostess. Nothing is too much trouble for her and we look forward to planning our third stay"
Mr & Mrs B
“The most delightful hosts, lovely surroundings and delicious meals. I can thoroughly recommend Uplands House”
Lindy Batchelor, 2022
Visit England Rose Recognition of Service Excellence 2019, Lux Award Best Luxury B&B 2019, Lux Award for Luxury B&B of the Year in The Cotswolds, Midland Enterprise Awards Luxury B&B of the Year 2019 & 2018 The Cotswolds, Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019, Visit England Gold Award, Visit England 5 Star B&B, Visit England Breakfast Award
Poppy Cooksey & Graham Paul
- Bio : Poppy Cooksey and Graham love chatting with their bed and breakfast guests over a glass of wine or dinner. Poppy is a picture restorer and art historian. Graham is retired from teaching engineering at Kings College. Both have been Olympic fencers, are recent world champions and enthusiastically compete as veterans. Poppy's creative cooking using fresh local or garden produce has won many accolades and she thoroughly enjoys spoiling her Wolsey Lodge guests. Graham's amazing practical skills keep everything flowing nicely.