Manor Farm B&B - Kelmscott

Manor Farm B&B

Kelmscott, Cotswolds

The Horner family extend a very warm welcome to their delightful 17th Century National Trust farmhouse.

Being a stones-throw from many renowned Cotswolds features, Manor Farm B&B is a homely base for your stay in the area. Our home is very relaxed, we welcome children of all ages and whether you are staying for work or leisure, we will ensure you have everything you need to enjoy your time with us.

We are delighted to offer two self-contained options that sit in a lovely little meadow on our farm, just across the lane from the main house. The Shepherd's Hut is a cosy little option, featuring a full ensuite shower room and wood-fired hot tub. Brand new for the 2023 summer season, we have added The Pod, a spacious domed cabin with ensuite shower room and double doors that open in the meadow.

Manor Farm B&B - Kelmscott
Manor Farm Glamping - Kelmscott
Manor Farm - Kelmscott - Cotswolds

The Cotswolds

Famous for honey-coloured cottages & Stunning countryside scenery

The three counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire make up the Cotswolds, one the of UK’s largest areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is something new and different to see, explore and experience every day of the year.

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Things to do

Cotswold Wildlife Park

Open every day (apart from Christmas Day) from 10am, there is always something new & exciting to see at the Cotswold Wildlife Park, whatever your age! Lovely gardens, large animal enclosures, lots going on. A lovely day out, just 15 minutes from us.

Events nearby

The National Arboretum at Westonbirt is a heavenly place to visit. You can lose yourself for hours in amongst the 15,000 trees. The STIHL Treetop Walkway takes you right up into the canopy. Accessible for all and a stunning experience.

Events nearby

Enjoy stunning Blenheim Palace, formal gardens and park - from the incredible interior of the home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Malborough to miles of walks through 12,000 acres of Capability Brown designed parkland.