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B and Bs in Kingston Blount

Lakeside Town Farm B&B
Kingston Blount
Oxfordshire

OX39 4RZ | View map

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With a peaceful location, on a 300-acre working farm, surrounded by gorgeous gardens and lakes, this beautiful farmhouse offers unique charm and original character. The Lakeside Town Farm B&B has a wonderful, peaceful location in a small village, bordering Oxford South, at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, with no passing traffic.

The farmhouse boasts beautiful original features and historic charm, with inglenook fireplaces, original wooden beams and a traditional farmhouse-style kitchen with an Aga stove.
Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout.
For extra peace and privacy, guests can stay in the farm's garden lodge, situated by the lake, with up-to-date decor and a 'shabby chic' style.
With its gorgeous gardens and lakes, the B&B is perfect for a relaxing break and has been featured on TV’s Gardeners' World, the Oxford Channel and in the Sunday Times. Sit by the lakes and the restful, tinkling waterfall, with far-reaching views over the 300-acre farm.

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