- At a Glance
- Our Review
Complimentary afternoon tea on arrival.
Cossetting olde-worlde Cotswold townhouse
This Tudor house with its leaded windows, old beams and log fires stands proud in a pretty Cotswold town bursting with antique shops and tea rooms – and rooms are ravishingly styled.
From Our Guestbook
"What a wonderful time staying at the Burford House. It was fantastic. The staff were so friendly and kind, we…"Jim C, Dallas. Stayed September 2012
Know It All
Hit the spot
At the heart of the little market town of Burford.
Come here for...
? Lashings of charm – all rustic beams and comfort. ? Great afternoon teas. ? Hospitable owners.
There's a courtyard garden and two lounges – one with a log stove and the other opening onto the garden.
Good to know
Do book well ahead at weekends – it's a popular spot.
Rooms and suites
Rooms have antique furniture, pictures and porcelain, with walls in traditional Farrow & Ball colours. Beds sport Witney blankets, plump pillows and Egyptian bedlinen. Gleaming bathrooms have huge tubs (all but one with a separate shower), plus there's wi-fi access, satellite TV and a DVD/CD player.
The Sherborne suite has four-poster bed, huge bathroom and tub for two. Wychwood has an original oak four poster and huge bathtub, while Southrop has a kingsize four poster with barley sugar posts. Westwell has more of a French feel, with a pretty carved bed.
Eat & Drink
The restaurant does not serve dinner but your hosts keep an up-to-date list of great places to eat nearby. Stay in for morning coffee with toasted crumpets and wicked afternoon teas with homemade scones, cakes and pastries. The light lunchtime menu includes home made spicy Welsh rarebit and Cassoulet. All ingredients come from local suppliers, with granary bread, smoked salmon, clotted cream and fresh garden produce delivered each day are from Cotswold farms.
There’s an honour bar with a fine array of old malts, cognacs and Armagnacs, as well as home made damson gin and quince vodka. Prefer to stay upstairs? Have drinks served to your bedroom – or bathroom. Enjoy a glass of champers in your bubble filled tub.
Full English breakfast is served until 9:30am. Try the smoked haddock, home poached fruit compotes, special-recipe muesli and local honey.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
Admire the spires and colleges of historic Oxford University, stroll hand in hand along the banks of the River Windrush and take advantage of the hotel’s chauffeured Scenic Drive around the picture perfect Cotswolds.
Chipping Campden’s music festival in the second half of May has something for everyone.
Join the locals at the Burford Festival for a taste of all that’s local.
Have a night at the opera – the village of Longborough has a fully fledged opera house, and there’s a 90-minute interval for picnics on the lawn.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 145 - 210Check In
11:00Minimum Night Stay
Two nights at weekends and between May – October.Open/Closed
Closed Christmas and two weeks in JanuaryAir Conditioning
No, but many guests evidently end up proposing here!
High Street, Burford, Oxfordshire OX18 4QAParking
There is plenty of free parking in the vicinityTrains
Charlbury station – eight milesTaxis
GBP 18 approx from the stationAirport
Heathrow – 60 miles