This honey coloured Cotswold stone lodge has eight individual en suite bedrooms. Our warm and welcoming small team of enthusiastic and caring local staff offer a friendly and charming atmosphere. In an area of outstanding natural beauty the picture postcard town of Burford has a wealth of antique shops, cafe's, bars, national trust properties and delightful gardens. We hope your stay with us will be comfortable and memorable and we very much look forward to meeting youHistory....Burford Lodge was built c1814, most probably as an elegant country residence for a local businessman, and was the first property to be built alongside what was then a new road. By 1844, it was The Bird's Nest public house, and, in 1864 became The Oxford. Soon afterwards, called Oxford House, it was the private residence of Thomas Henry Reynolds who wrote hymns, edited a hymn book, and was financially involved in the Burford brewery and a number of local utilities. He renamed the house High View, and this name remained when, c1930, it was once more converted to trade as The High View Private Hotel. Later, the liberally-minded Sharpe family, conservationists, musicians and naturists, operated The High View as a bed and breakfast establishment with a caravan site attached. Their business continued until the 1960s, after which it was known for a while as The Winter's Tale.
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DVD Player, TV, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, Non-Smoking Rooms, High-speed Internet
Shops, Pub, Golf Course
Garden, Internet Connection (wireless), Room Service, Meeting Rooms, Shops in Hotel