- 12 period cottages
- Delightful woodland setting
- Rest and relaxation
- Cotswolds on your doorstep
- Great walking country
Five minutes by car from the famous 'picture-postcard' village of Broadway, in the ancient hamlet of Buckland, lies Buckland Court, a delightful cluster of Cotswold stone cottages. Said to date back to the seventh century, Buckland nestles in a quiet valley set against a scenic wooded backdrop. Once a collection of old farm buildings, these cottages have been superbly converted and refurbished to create a wonderful peaceful holiday retreat.
Although it is only about 30 miles from Birmingham, the Cotswolds remains largely unspoilt – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty made up of mile upon mile of rolling upland, wooded valleys, pretty villages and bustling market towns built of the distinctive honey-tinted Cotswold stone.
Bourton on the Hill, with its steep cottage-lined street leading to the church, is one of many artists' delights in the area. Then there is Sezincote, with its Indian-style architecture beloved of John Betjeman. A former centre of the wool industry, Chipping Campden has an impressive 15th century church and a fine Jacobean market hall. Traditional crafts are kept alive at the pottery and the Campden Weavers.
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