Sheepbridge Lodge

Sleeps 6
Beds 4
Bathrooms 4
Only available at certain times during the year, Sheepbridge Lodge is an absolutely beautiful private home that is let to selected clients looking for a truly memorable stay in the Cotswolds. Sleeping a maximum of 8 guests in 4 double bedrooms (3 ensuite), there is a wonderfully equipped kitchen, and a dining space that is perfect for entertaining - whatever the occasion!

At a Glance

Courtyard or Patio Courtyard or Patio
Family Friendly Family Friendly
Fireplace/Wood Burner Fireplace/Wood Burner
Garden Garden
Non-smoking Non-smoking
Off Street Parking Off Street Parking
Rural Rural
WiFi WiFi

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The Finer Details

As well as this lovely communal space, the formal drawing room and a more informal snug/office on the ground floor combine to generate a wonderful feeling of space and relaxation. The master bedroom and ensuite are on the ground floor, while upstairs has a further three good-sized bedrooms each with differing and spectacular views across the garden and surrounding land.

The terrace outside is spacious and sheltered; a superb spot to sunbathe, enjoy a cooling drink or enjoy some al fresco dining. There is are adjacent lawns and the entire garden has been carefully considered and beautifully nurtured. If you did want to go further afield that are several pubs within a country walk, while the delights of Burford and the rest of the Cotswolds proper literally a mile or two up the road.

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A stunning location


Burford typifies the idyllic Cotswold market town. Luxury Burford accommodation is easily accessible from the A40 and lies at the heart of the Cotswolds, making trips to Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh, or Chipping Norton a breeze. Guests who choose a self-catering holiday cottage in Burford are never disappointed with the views and the picturesque High Street of this medieval town. Packed with antique shops, galleries and tea rooms you can easily while away an afternoon in the town itself. Set on the River Windrush, the town’s three-arched medieval bridge is a great starting point for a walk as the town curls up the side of the valley passing historic buildings, built from Cotswold stone in stunning shades of honey and gold.