The cottage lies approximately 1 mile outside of the beautiful village of Shilton and 4 miles from Burford. The ares is well known for its' natural beauty. Nestling in tranquil glorious Oxfordshire countryside and in a tucked away location. This property is perfectly placed for enjoying the many attractions the area has to offer

Ideally situated for exploring the beautiful villages and historic towns of the Cotswolds, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, Bibury, Cheltenham, Cirencester, The Slaughters and many more. Within easy reach of numerous National Trust Properties including Boarstall Tower, Sherbourne Estates & Great Coxwell Barn. This area offers a vast range of activities for all ages, with numerous footpaths accessible close to the cottage & fishing in nearby trout lakes. The countryside is pure magic and the lanes and bridleways are quiet and ideal for walking and bike riding. Other attractions in the area include first class golf courses, horse riding & wildlife. Warwick Castle , Blenheim Palace, Forest of Dean, Oxford, Bath are all just a leisurely drive away. In the evenings visit one of the many local pubs or for something more lavish, Le Manoir - home of the famous Raymond Blanc.

The Slaughters

Upper and Lower Slaughter share a fascinating name, which derives from 'miry place'. The link is the tiny River Eye, tributary to the nearby river Windrush. Lower Slaughter is just off the Fosse Way and very conservation-minded - a wander alongside the stream seems like a privilege. People actually live here! The villages are considered to be one of the prettiest in the area and are well photographed and the village has been used for filming and productions


Shilton is a picturesque village on the edge of the Cotswolds. The centre of Shilton can only be approached by going down a hill as the village lies within a small basin through which runs the Shill Brook creating a ford where one of the roads crosses it. Shilton has one pub, a church and a chapel and the normal things to be found in a cotswolds village.


A beautiful old Cotswold town, its High Street sloping from the high Wolds, where you have beautiful views over the open countryside, down to the willow fringed River Windrush in the pretty Windrush valley. A fine three arched medieval bridge crosses the river at the foot of the hill.

Why Us?

Home From Home Luxury

We have been lucky enough to have 

travelled extensively. We like to stay in lovely, well equipped places, with a touch of luxury and charm. We have tried to create a special destination that we would love to stay ourselves.