Kelmscott Accommodation and Pub

Kelmscott Accommodation and Pub

RambleFest lists details of the Kelmscott accommodation and pub, including contact info, and website and location links.
Kelmscott is 27 miles along the Thames Path from its source. Kelmscott map

The Plough Inn Kelmscott

Kelmscott Accommodation

The Plough Inn
Kelmscott, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3HG
Tel: 01367 253543
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Type: Inn accommodation and Restaurant
Info: ½ mile off the Thames Path
“Our seven, warm and inviting double bedrooms and one single room come with great kingsize beds, luxurious walk-in showers or a bath and a charming Cotswold feel. Included in the price of your room is VAT and either a continental breakfast or cooked breakfast.
We are dedicated to showcasing the best locally sourced, seasonal produce on our daily-changing menu of modern British comfort cooking.
We have two dining rooms, with our restaurant seating 40 guests and our Hideaway seating 15 guests. The Hideaway is also available for private reservation by parties of 8 or more. The Plough is host to a cosy bar with authentic pommel horse seating and log-burning stove. We do not take reservations for these bar tables and they are available on a first-come basis.
Outside, our delightful, cottage-style garden is perfect for summer dining and drinks – the log fires in the restaurant and bar roar in the winter months. Please note we are planning extensive ground works to take place during the winter of 2018 & 2019 so our Garden will be unavailable at some points. Please call us for more information.

Manor Farm
Kelmscott, Lechlade, GL7 3HJ
Tel: 01367 252620
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Type: Bed & Breakfast and Self-catering (Shepherd’s Hut) accommodation
Info: Half a mile off the Thames Path.
“Manor Farm enjoys a private position on one side of the village of Kelmscott with views over the surrounding countryside. The farmhouse is a handsome late 17th century building, with some parts having been added to at a later date. Our family has occupied Manor farm for several generations and we continue to farm 315 acres of surrounding land as mixed arable and livestock. The village is particularly well known for Kelmscott Manor, which was William Morris’ summer residence – a place he considered ‘a Heaven on Earth’.
There is much to do both within walking distance of Manor Farm – from a stroll along the Thames Path or a cycle ride along the Oxfordshire Cycle Route, to visiting Kelmscott Manor or venturing further afield to discover the wealth of historic sites and houses, events and adventures in the vicinity. You can find out more on our Cotswolds page.
Farmhouse breakfasts using local produce and homemade bread; Large guest lounge with colour TV; Full central heating & “real” log fires in winter; Open all year except for Christmas and New Year (approx. 20 December to 5th January); Children welcome – travel cots and high chairs available.
Self-catering:
Our stunning ensuite shepherd’s hut enjoys a quiet location in an pretty meadow just across the lane from the farmhouse and B&B. Our luxury hand built oak shepherd’s hut is the ultimate glamping experience, being fully insulated and fitted with little log burning stove and an ensuite bathroom with shower, toilet and basin. Whether you are looking for a romantic setting, a get away from it all break or an active holiday sightseeing, walking or cycling our shepherd’s hut is in the perfect position for all of these. Open from March to October.”

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