Find characterful rooms looking out to fields or The Tyndale Monument in this farmhouse filled with wooden beams, wonky floors, books, flowers and lovely art; guests are in one wing and charming hosts, Deborah and Charles, live on the other side.
Breakfast is sociable and scrumptious: homemade marmalades, granola and croissants followed by something hot with eggs from hens in the garden and locally sourced bacon and sausages. Plan your day with books and maps in the snug by the log-burner – there are plenty of walks leaving from the door. Join the Cotswold Way (15 minutes) and climb high to gaze over sweeping views across the Severn Estuary.
Walk to two pubs with beer gardens in under 20 minutes. Dogs will love playing in the garden and discovering treats on arrival. In the evenings you can cook on the BBQ, play croquet and toast marshmallows on the fire.