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California Farm
Capel Lane
Charlton Kings

Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

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Situated in the Cotswolds and surrounded by absolutely stunning countryside, this family run farmhouse B&B accommodation is located one mile from the historic village of Charlton Kings. The traditional limestone built farmhouse commands marvellous, panoramic views over the Cotswold countryside and offers complete privacy and a distinct sense of “getting away from it all”.

Fully renovated to an exceptionally high standard, the farmhouse has a real feeling of a family home. A welcoming hallway leads through to a large guest lounge with deep comfortable sofas and a magnificent fireplace. With five bedrooms, two double and two twin rooms all with full, ensuite bathroom as well as a double room with shared bathroom. The rooms are all attractive - each with their own individual style and are simply but comfortably furnished.

The Cotswold Way runs thorough the village and from there you can experience the full beauty of this part of the Cotswolds. Many guests visit as part of their walk along Britain’s national trail.

You will be warmly welcomed at California Farm with tea and home-made cakes on arrival.

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