Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast

Farm in Wantage, Oxfordshire

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Manor Farm, Silver Lane
0X12 9TJ

Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast, Wantage

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Manor Farm is situated in the tranquil village of West Challow at the foot of the Oxfordshire downs. Manor Farm is in easy reach of the Ancient Ridgeway trail, White Horse Hill, the historic market town of Wantage and many other places of great beauty, or historical interest.

Manor Farm is situated in the tranquil village of West Challow (near Wantage) at the foot of the Oxfordshire downs and comprises 300 acres of arable and grass land for raising horses. We have six guest bedrooms; all are en-suite or have private bathrooms, decorated to a high standard providing a particularly peaceful and civilised base for discovering the many scenic and historic delights of the region. A fine English breakfast is served in the traditionally appointed dining room with blue-painted walls, panelling and lovely blue-and-white china (both for use and on display).

Guests have the use of an equally delightful drawing room where they can relax after the day's activities or plan the next day's outings. Our business guests will find free Broadband is available and writing desks in our rooms providing a rural and peaceful working environment. Sarah will prepare an evening meal by arrangement and wedding parties, private dinner parties, country house weekend parties and wedding receptions in a marquee in our grounds can be all be held here at Manor Farm Manor Farm is in easy reach of Laines Barn and Ardington house, Grove Technology Park and Business Centre, Milton business Park (M.E.P.C), Didcot, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus and the Diamond project, The Ancient Ridgeway trail, White Horse Hill, Uffington, Wantage and Faringdon, The Cotswold's, Oxford, Swindon, Newbury, Reading Abingdon are under 30 minutes away and Didcot Railway station 8 miles, for easy access to London Paddington (45 minutes), Bath and the West Country, M4 and A34 and M40 junctions are 20 minutes or less by road making Manor Farm well placed for exploring this lovely part of the world, or for a more enjoyable business trip.

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Wantage Travel and Heritage Information

Childrey, St Mary's Church - 0.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Letcombe Regis, St Andrew's Church - 1.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Sparsholt, Holy Cross Church - 1.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Wantage, St Peter and St Paul Church - 1.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Vale and Downland Museum - 1.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Goosey, All Saints Church - 2.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Letcombe Bassett, St Michael & All Angels Church - 2.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Baulking, St Nicholas Church - 3.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Charney Bassett, St Peter's Church - 3.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Ardington House - 4 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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