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Caudle Hill Farm
Burton Dassett

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Caudle Hill Farm is situated in the middle of a 700 acre working farm. It has a tranquil and stunning setting with views stretching to over 30 miles. Jane & Michael converted in 2005 part of the farmhouse to 2 appartments. The Royal Enclosure boasts a double and a twin room both with en-suite facilities and power showers. A fully fitted kitchen complete with dishwasher cooker and fridge. The living area has a television DVD table and chairs and a settee to relax and admire the view Jubilee appartment has one double bedroom and an en-suite bath and overhead power shower. The bedroom has a clock radio and hairdryer. The living area is tastefully decorated, table and chairs and a settee. Television DVD. A stroll around the Burton Dassett Hills is just 200 metres away where you can visit the 12 century chuich. Local attractions are the NAC at Stonleigh, Banbury, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Cotswolds and NEC Birmingham. The M40 motorway is just 4 miles away at Junction 12.

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