|Andy and Margaret Taylor will be delighted to welcome you to Broughton Grounds Farm. We are a working family farm with cattle, sheep, hens and horses. Our sheepdogs, Jess and Tango will also give you a warm welcome!|
THE FARM. We are a livestock and arable farm with Higher Level Stewardship status reflecting our environmentally sensitive method of farming. There are many beautiful walks from the farm and some of our meadows are listed in the National Garden Scheme for their rare wild flowers, grasses and wildlife.
ACCOMMODATION. Choose from three very comfortable bedrooms, all well furnished with co-ordinating decor. Each room has free wifi, a flat screen digital TV/DVD, clock/radio, refreshment tray, washbasin, hairdryer etc.
We also provide a small fridge for guests use. The bathroom, shower and separate toilet is shared.
BREAKFAST. Enjoy a delicious English breakfast with our own free range eggs, local sausages and home made preserves. We try to met all dietary needs if known in advance. Breakfast is served at 8.30 (earlier by request) in our traditional Dining Room with log fire. In the summer you can relax over your coffee in the front garden and drink in the scenery.
THE AREA. This is a beautiful area to explore on foot, cycle or car
Broughton Castle, a favourite film location with its picturesque moat,is only a mile away and open to the public May to September. The family home of Lord and Lady Saye and Sele, the Castle has been officially described as about the most beautiful castle in all England
Wroxton Abbey, with its stunning lakes and woodlands is 2 miles away and the local pubs offer very good refreshment!
The market town of Banbury, famous for its historic cross and cakes, is 3 miles away and the delights of Oxford, Stratford, Warwick and the Cotswolds are easily reached by car. We are 6 miles from the M40 (J11) and easily found on streetmap.co.uk or sat nav (OX15 6AW) Coach and rail services operate daily from Banbury to London and Birmingham.