Heath Farm is a private farm and holiday cottages in the Oxfordshire countryside.
Five award-winning luxury self-catering holiday cottages, each sleeping 2 to 4 adults, lovingly converted from old stone farm buildings set in 70 acres of meadow and woodland. An exquisite and tranquil base for exploring the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
These very individual stone cottages offer guests the ultimate in comfort, quality and cleanliness and a chance to enjoy the high standards of craftsmanship, which is the hallmark of this idyllic retreat.
Furniture and fittings have been built by Cotswolds craftsmen in English hardwoods, much of it from the farm’s own trees, and a local blacksmith was commissioned to create imaginative ironwork to enhance many of the doors, windows and the open fireplaces.
Floors are slate, terracotta or wood and soft furnishings are in natural materials.
They work closely with local businesses to provide fresh produce for guests. And Local therapists can also provide well-being services such as yoga lessons and massages on site.
There’s a host of activities and facilities on the farm as well as many local attractions nearby.
Heath Farm offers guests a peaceful and tranquil setting to enjoy the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. A beautiful courtyard, gardens and 70 acres of woodland and flower meadow await you. Feel free to explore everything on offer and to feel at home.
The courtyard with its gracious terraces, intimate herb borders and magnificent views is generously provided with seating areas where guests can relax in peace and tranquillity. Enjoy your morning tea, glass of wine in the evening or simply relax with a book to the sound of running water and birdsong.
Feel free to pick fresh herbs straight from the borders to enhance your cooking. For those who enjoy cooking alfresco we provide cast iron barbecues. The gardens that surround the courtyard and reception are also ideal places to enjoy the views and soak up the atmosphere.
Please note the courtyard and garden is a communal space, so please be considerate to other guests. Also, the driveway and farm buildings are in constant use, and care should be taken with youngsters in these areas.