Bed-and-breakfast-cotswolds-farm, stay on a real farm and enjoy selected bed and breakfast accommodation in the cotswolds and forest of dean. make your holiday booking enquiry directly with the owners online here.. Best cotswolds b&bs on tripadvisor: find traveler reviews, candid photos, and prices for 479 bed and breakfasts in cotswolds, england., you’ll find the most delightful farmhouse bed and breakfasts in the cotswolds, as well as beautiful honey-coloured cotswold stone bed and breakfasts in the remotest of villages, and in prettiest of towns.. Cotswold agriculture is one of the main industries and consequently there are many farms offering unique styles of accommodation in the form of farmhouse kitchen bed and breakfast and wonderfully situated holiday cottages, quite often the result of barn and outbuilding conversions., characteristic 17th century restored farmhouse set on an 800 acre working farm. sleeps six..

Cotswolds bed and breakfast:come to stay at our award-winning quality b & b in one of the most beautiful parts of the cotswolds, the cotswolds offer a wide variety of bed and breakfast (b and b's) and guest houses, all invariably superbly located in villages and market towns or the beautiful surrounding countryside. our list also includes cotswold farms offering their own individual style. for stay on a farm bed & breakfast see also - farm accommodation in the cotswolds..

Answer 1 of 9: family of 5 with a short (two hour) window to visit either cotswolds falconry centre or cotswolds farm park. our kids are 14, 8, and 6 years old. shock do you think would be a better fit for the time allotted? any thoughts most appreciated., the warmest of welcomes and a home cooked breakfast awaits at our b&bs surround yourself with picturesque landscape, and take in the peace and quiet of countryside life. our farm stay hosts will show you hospitality that only country folk can provide. with gorgeous rooms, and delicious home cooked food (made with some of their own produce!).

Answer 1 of 68: hi we're visiting cotswolds next month. we would like to have a bit of interaction with the sheep. any suggestions / ideas, including any b&b's where this can be done (we have not booked accomodation yet). tia