February 2013 - Thank you for a lovely stay. Lovely cottage, really warm. We have really relaxed here. The pub down the road The Gate Hangs High is really friendly with great food! We will definitely be back. A and N.
April 2013. Thank you for a lovely weekend in the cottage. We were unlucky with the weather but did not let that put us off and enjoyed a nice horse ride in the rain and even sampled the hot tub in the rain! We will be back in the summer. H.M.C and B
Outside hot tub/Jacuzzi in very private garden available all year. Heated to 39 degrees relax after a hard days sight seeing!!
ALL COSTS INCLUDED - Electric, Linen, towels, heating, wireless broadband, full sky tv package all included. Also washing up liquid, kitchen & toilet roll, dishwasher & washing powder, soap, shampoo etc.
Please see booking conditions on our web site.
Short Breaks Available.
2 nights = £130 per night
3 nights or more = £ 100 per night.
Short breaks during peak times 4 night minimum stay £150 per night.
For flexible holiday arrangements. For holidays of more than one week. i.e. if you want a 10 day/night holiday the cost will be the weekly rate divided by 7, times the number of nights required.
Horse Riding - Available for all ages and abilities at Turpins Lodge Riding School, Council Licensed and Association of British Riding School Approved. Please see our web site for full details.
Turpin Brewery. Ask us for a tour and tasting!
The Village Shop, Hook Norton. For any essentials and a lot more.
The Norman Knight, Whichford With beer brewed in their own brewery and serving Turpin beer the ideal place to drop in for a pint! Good food and located opposite the village green it is perfect to sit in the garden while the kids enjoy the swings on the green or
in the winter the open fire is very welcoming.
The Horse and Groom, Milcombe. Good food, warm and welcoming. Bar and dining room available. Open fire in winter.
The Gate Hangs High. The closest pub to Turpin's Lodge. Good food, friendly. Bar, dining room and garden.
Hook Norton Brewery. A fabulous building and well worth a trip round the brewery and visitors centre. Nearest 'Hooky' pub is The Gate Hangs High.
PLACES TO VISIT.
There are lots of interesting places to visit within a 25 mile radius these are just a few.
Broughton Castle- 700 year old moated castle still in private ownership and lived in by the same family since 1377.
Used in 'Shakespeare in Love' and many other films and productions. Open to the public between May and September. See their web site for opening times. broughtoncastle
Chastleton House - National Trust owned Jacobean House. Completely unaltered and practically unchanged this is a very unusual chance to see the house as it originally was.
Warwick Castle - Impressive castle dating back over 1,000 years. Large variety of events and attractions throughout the year.
Sulgrave Manor - George Washington's family ancestral home. Open to the public with displays of George Washington memorabilia.
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock. Home of the Duke of Marlborough. Birth place of Winston Churchill.
Bicester Village. For your designer bargains!
NEARBY EVENTS (within 20 miles)