Have stayed here for a number of years while visiting Cheltenham Festival - absolutely brilliant service in every respect (especially breakfast!) - looking forward to next year already! Martyn Wadsley
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My friend and I stayed with Veronica for only one night, but wished it could have been longer. We were just passing through and were lucky enough to find very warm welcome, comfortable room and delicious breakfast. I will certainly stay again and will recommend it to friends who may be going to UK
We had a very comfortable stay at Home Farm. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable, and nicely furnished (excellent towels too!). Breakfast was very good- a great idea to have cereals and fruit to come down to in the morning, followed by the traditional English breakfast. The hospitality was friendly and unobtrusive. The only thing we would have liked is a bath, but you can't have everything. Ebrington is a quiet village, but only a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Chipping Campden. Do stop at the Ebrington Arms for good food (but booking is a must!).
Warm welcome, very helpful with local knowledge of where to visit. Room was very clean with flat screen tv with freeview for my teenage son! Plus free Wi-fi so he could use his laptop. The breakfast was wonderful with all local produce used, we did not need to eat till the afternoon. Having one big breakfast table made breakfast more fun and friendly as we got to talk to other visitors from different countries. The views from the house are wonderful - just like a picture postcard. The village has a local pub but if you want shops Chipping Campden is 5 mins away. We visited Warwick Castle, Stratford Upon Avon, Moreton in Marsh, Stow on the Wold and plenty of little cotswold villages. The Three Ways House Hotel in Mickleton was a lovely place to dine too! Thanks Veronica and William we will be back!
Veronica is an exclent host! The breakfast was good, the room was ok and Ebrington is a lovely village!
Would go back, for sure!
Last year we stayed for one night at Home Farm B&B, a tidy and quiet place in a small village. It was a warm welcome to the Cotswolds. Because our journey took a bit longer, we came in later as planned, but that was no problem for the friendly owners. The landlady appointed us to The Bakers Arms in nearby Broad Campden, were we enjoyed a good meal. We (a family with two teenagers) slept in one room, which was convenient enough. We all had a warm shower the next morning. The warm water did'nt run out, so that was okay. Also breakfast was fine with us. Everything was in order. So no problems for us during our stay.