Sapperton Manor Farm
Sapperton Manor Farm is a typically English farmhouse, dating back to the 1650s, which has recently been renovated, creating a superb blend of style and exquisite design inspiration. The property welcomes up to 14 guests, in seven spacious rooms, carefully decorated meeting all modern needs with luxury and comfort without losing its cozy country house essence.
This traditional stone farmhouse sits in attractive established gardens with beautiful sweeping views of farmland to the front. There is plenty of space for large families! Including well-behaved pets, accepted upon request.
Outdoors features include a large heated swimming pool, a walled courtyard with a substantially covered loggia for dining with barbecue area, and a smaller loggia for shaded seating. Within the grounds is also a traditional asphalt tennis court, ideal for children and adults to enjoy relaxed games.
The interior of the property shows a great combination of characterful architecture, colorful prints, and carefully kept antiques, that create an interesting archetypal British decor in this traditional English Manor House.
On the ground floor, there is a wide flagstone hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, television room, breakfast room, kitchen plus a well-equipped utility room and a guest cloakroom.
The property has lots of space, common areas, and many rooms, each with its style. With its ancient wood beams, quaint cottage windows, stable latch doors, and historic architecture, everywhere you go you will find this mix of old elements with fresh contemporary flair.
Decorated in traditional style, all bedrooms have antique beds with new mattresses and luxurious Egyptian Cotton linens and towels. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom has a very large en-suite bathroom with tub and shower, with a large shower room for the other two bedrooms. The top floor has four large bedrooms, two with twin beds and two with queen beds. Two bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms and the remaining two bedrooms share a bathroom.
This stunning property is situated in Sapperton, a small hamlet, perched on the edge of The Golden Valley, and adjoining the Bathurst Cirencester Park Estate, only five miles from Cirencester and six miles from Stroud.
Enjoy your stay at Sapperton Manor Farm to explore the beautiful surroundings, which will surely yield beautiful walks. Enjoy the fresh air of the countryside to do outdoor sports! There are many exciting possibilities for golfers and sports lovers.
Those who like history and cultural activities will be fascinated by the castles, fortresses and the countless attractions that the English countryside can offer!
Estate with 3 levels
7 bedrooms, 4 baths, 5000 square feet, 465 square meters
King, King, King, King, Twin, Twin, and King
14 guests maximum
Bristol or Heathrow London
1 hour 30 minutes by car
Across Beautiful fields and countryside on the edge of the Golden Valley in the Cotswolds!
Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Manor House Golf Club (40 min drive) - Situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds, The Manor House is set magnificently in 365 acres of rolling countryside.
- Bowood PGA Golf Club (40 min drive) - Enjoy the finest golf with first-class hospitality at this golf course ranked as number one in Wiltshire by Top 100 Golf Courses and set amidst a beautifully landscaped English country estate.
- Hiking - With 3000 miles of public footpaths and an idyllic, and flat, landscape, the Cotswolds is a walker’s paradise. (25 min drive)
- Bike Ride - Explore the surroundings at the lakes on a bike, whilst taking in the fresh air and stunning views.
- Paddle Boarding - Float on the calm waters of the Lakes and enjoy your time in nature.
Places of Interest
- Castle Combe Circuit (40 min drive) - As one of the UK's best-loved circuits, it offers spectacular racing, modern facilities and stunning scenery, with easy access to anyone in the South-West and beyond.
- Corsham Court (45 min drive) - This privately owned historic house, with its significant art collection, and its gardens are well worth a visit.
- Dyrham Park (45 min drive) - Home to a 17th-century house and beautiful garden set in ancient parkland, Dyrham Park is a National Trust property nestled at the foot of a hill.
- Henrietta Park (50 min drive) - Opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria of 1897, this parkland contains many fine trees, a pergola covered with roses, and extensive shrubberies, along with a Sensory Garden.
- Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum (45 min drive) - Visit the historic photographic collection at the Fox Talbot Museum dedicated to the scientist who created the first photographic negative at Lacock Abbey in 1835.
- City of Bath (55 min drive) - The Roman and Georgian spa city is a World Heritage Site overflows with places to eat and drink, and some of the finest independent shops in Britain, making it the ideal city break!
- Stonehenge (1 hour 20 min drive) - Discover the most famous of the megalithic monuments in England, and the most important prehistoric monument in the whole of Europe!
- Oxford (1 hour drive) - Explore the birthplace of Alice in Wonderland and enjoy the city's wonderful sights as well as the famous University.
- Blenheim Palace (1 hour drive) - This World Heritage Site is set within more than 2000 acres of Parkland landscaped by 'Capability' Brown, and the Palace itself houses some of the finest collections of antique furniture in Europe.