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Lady Lamb Farm
Meysey Hampton
Cirencester
Gloucestershire

GL7 5LH | View map
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Lady Lamb Farm - a Cotswold farmhouse, surrounded by countryside and situated less than a mile from Fairford, with it's 15th century churchand outstanding stain glass windows. Seven miles east of Cirencester and close to Bibury and Burford. Ideally situated for exploring the Cotswolds with its market towns, famous gardens and houses and within an hour of Bath and Stratford. Two charming bedrooms with their own bathrooms. Tennis court available when not being used by the family. Delicious farmhouse breakfast and extremely good pubs and restaurants within five or six miles for dinner. Heathrow one and a half hours. Children welcome.

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Nearest Train Station: Swindon or Kemble
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Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1
Price Guide: From £70 per room
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