Waiten Hill Farm

Bed and Breakfast in Fairford, Gloucestershire (Cotswolds)

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Waiten Hill Farm, Fairford

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Waiten Hill Farmhouse is an imposing 19th century house located on the edge of the small town of Fairford which is set in an idyllic position overlooking the River Coln, Water Meadows, the Old Mill and the Famous Church of St Marys.

The farmhouse stands within large gardens, where you will find vegetables and soft fruit beds, cherry, plum, pear and apple trees. There are also spacious south facing lawns with tables and chairs, ideal for picnics, playing, or just enjoying the beautiful surroundings and summer sunshine. A Few Good Reasons for Staying at Waiten Hill Farm.

Short Walk to Shops, Pubs & Restaurants, Quiet, Relaxing Scenic Surroundings & Gardens, Excellent Location for Fishing & Rambling, Private Off-Road Parking - Pets Welcome, Close to All Amenities & Families Most Welcome The Village or small town of Fairford is situated on the A417 and is handily placed for the M4, M5 & M40 Motorways. We are ideally situated as a base for visiting the Cotswold Water and Wildlife Parks, the Fairford Air Tattoo and Cheltenham Races. The town of Swindon is also close, with it's Football Club, Speedway & Greyhound Racing Track, Classic Railway Museum and it's numerous shops including the Designer Outlet Village Shopping Centre.

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