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Manor Farm
Silver Lane
West Challow


OX12 9TJ | View map

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A warm welcome is assured in our delightful Grade II* listed Queen Anne Manor House which dates back to 1402 and is listed in ‘The Perfect English Country House’ by Candida Lycette Green. With its picturesque Queen Anne frontage, Georgian fireplaces, exposed beams and idyllic rural location Manor Farm is an inviting and comfortable place to stay.

With prices starting from just £30.00 per person per night the Manor Farm experience is within everyone's reach. As you would expect, we offer secure off road parking.

Manor Farm is situated in the tranquil village of West Challow at the foot of the Oxfordshire downs. Manor Farm is in easy reach of the Ancient Ridgeway trail, White Horse Hill, the historic market town of Wantage and many other places of great beauty, or historical interest.

The Cotswold's, Oxford, Swindon ,Newbury & Didcot Railway station (for easy access to London Paddington, or Bath and the West Country) are all with in 20 minutes or less by road. As are the M4 and A34 and M40 junctions, making Manor Farm well placed for exploring this lovely part of the world, or for a more enjoyable business trip.


Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Person

Double: From £30
Twin: From £30
Single: From £30
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