Pebbly Hill Nurseries
Icomb Road, Bledington, Chipping Norton, Gloucestershire, OX7 6XJView on map
Why stay here ...
This is a quiet site set in 1.5 acres mowed grass field and set in open countryside. The Nursery grows perennial and seasonal bedding plants and is open to the public. In the grounds of the nursery there is a holiday cottage with a double bedroom, and patio garden. Bledington village is half a mile away and offers a bus service and a village pub. The village of Kingham is two miles away and has a train station, pubs and a shop.
The site is an ideal area for hiking and cycling as it is located immediately on a bridle path with access to seven footpaths.
The town of Stow-on-the-Wold is a short drive away with many interesting shops, good cafes and pubs.
A short drive from Stow you will find Adam's farm (from the TV Show Countryfile) and many gardens to discover such as Hidcote, Kiftsgate, Mill Dene and Batsford Aboretum, also National Trust properties of Chastleton House, Lodge Park and Snowshill Manor.
It is worth a trip to Bourton-on-the-Water, a very pretty village with a model village and Birdland a must visit.
Set on a hill is the town of Burford a pretty Cotswold market town it is very historic and it was featured on the TV show Time Team.
Just outside Burford is the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Crocodiles of the World, a good visit for any age.
Janet looks forward to welcoming you to her CL.
Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM
Electric amperage: 10
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- OX7 6XJ
- Lat 51.90387 / Lon -1.663012
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Cheltenham, Chipping Norton, Stow
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Train station within 5 miles
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Lovely site for expolring the attractions of the Cotswold Hills. Friendly owners kindly loaned us an extension lead for the EHU that enabled us to pitch on a preferred aspect of the field in which there is plenty of space. Grass kept well and not at all muddy. Woken each morning not by the usual farmyard cockerel but by a braying donkey! (that's not a negative point by the way!).