In a tiny village just outside Thame in Oxfordshire, the countryside is just so pretty around here. The views from the farmhouse across the open countryside are magnificent. This part of the Country is the home of the Red Kite, a bird of prey, which swoops and soars in the sky in pairs above the Farmhouse, a wonderful sight, and a rare one these days. We stayed here once before in the converted Barn, which is no longer part of the property. It was great then, and it’s great now. This house must date back to the 1600s. There is not a straight line anywhere in the house. The walls, the floors, the ceilings – are all delightfully curved, with wooden beams like you've never seen before. The breakfast room structure and decor is like stepping back in time. The Rooms are clean, comfortable, and wonderfully ancient. It has one of the easiest showers to operate we've come across. The hospitality here is delightful and even the dogs give you a warm greeting. The breakfast would feed a hungry farmer! This place is a real hidden treasure.
The Room to the right at the top of the stairs has great views over the fields and of the Red Kites.
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