Rectory Farm Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering Holiday Cottages

Rectory Farm Bed & Breakfast (B & B)

A warm welcome

Come and enjoy the happy buzz in our family home with a relaxed, informal atmosphere.

A 16th Century Farmhouse situated 10 miles from the 'dreaming spires' of Oxford, where a warm welcome awaits you along with a pot of tea and homemade shortbread to refresh you after your journey.

Outside the farmhouse

Our guest rooms (bed & breakfast)

Our two ensuite bedrooms are light and airy with small stone arched mullioned windows; there are Tudor fireplaces and exposed walls.

The huge twin room has ornate plasterwork and double aspect windows overlooking the garden.

Twin guest bedroom

The green and peach double room is cosier and overlooks the garden at the rear of the house through to the open countryside beyond.

Double guest bedroom

Unfortunately, children cannot be accommodated at the Farmhouse, however, they are most welcome to stay in one of our self-catering Holiday Cottages.

Our holiday cottages (self catering)

We also offer self-catering accommodation in either of our two beautiful holiday cottages. Please click here for more information and tariffs.

18th Century granary - recently restored

The farm

For three generations the Florey family have farmed some 400 acres which is now situated in the Upper Thames Environmentally Sensitive Conservation Area, around half the farm land remains devoted to the growing of arable crops with our Pedigree North Devon cattle still grazing on its permanent pasture and river meadows.

Farmhouse sitting/dining room

The food

Wherever possible, food at Rectory Farm is sourced from local suppliers. Our eggs are free range, laid by our own hens, and all our preserves are homemade. Free range beef, from our Pedigree North Devon cattle, is available to purchase and take home.

Northmoor & surrounding area

Set in the heart of the Upper Thames Valley, only a few miles from Oxford and Witney, the small and friendly village of Northmoor, with it's 13th Century Church, is an ideal base from which you can explore this beautiful and historic area.

Just 10 miles from historic Oxford with its famous University and 'Dreaming Spires'

Excellent, easy walking all around Northmoor and further afield, with foot and cycle paths well signposted

Fishing on the River Thames is available, plus trout fishing by arrangement

Variety of leisure craft available for hire

Stratford upon Avon and Warwick only an hour away

Local attractions include

Blenheim Palace, Cotswold Wildlife Park, Cogges Farm Museum, and Buscot Park (NT).

In addition, a wealth of antique shops and markets are available in Witney and surrounding Cotswold towns.

At a glance

Tariffs 2015

N.B.: 3% surcharge applies to all credit card & International debit card transactions.

Self catering

Contact & map

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