Church Hill Farm B & B

A Historic Hotel in Lighthorne, Oxfordshire

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Church Hill Farm B & B, Lighthorne

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Accommodation Description:

Historic farmhouse with a warm and friendly welcome. Good access from the M40, but in a rural location. Village pub within walking distance.

Hearty breakfasts using local produce. Network of foothpaths gives good countryside access. Centrally situated for Shakespeare Country ana the Cotswolds,NAC and N.E.C.

Open all year.We now have two luxury rooms in the courtyard suitable for disabled ,elderly or guests just wanting a little more privacy.

4 star rating

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  • Cots available
  • TV
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Radio

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