The village of Oddington lies within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the county of Gloucestershire. It consists of two adjoining villages—Upper Oddington and Lower Oddington. On the doorstep of your holiday cottage in Oddington, you will discover unspoiled countryside, with rolling hills and ancient woods criss-crossed by footpaths. The area is famous for its historic manors, gardens, and picturesque villages, built from the local honey-coloured stone. The woods around Oddington are particularly beautiful in spring when they are carpeted in wild garlic and bluebells. In the village centre, there is an 11th-century church, and the Fox Inn, a cosy pub with flagstone floors and open fires. Expect a variety of local drinks and excellent food. The award-winning Horse and Groom is nearby, with an emphasis on local ales. To the west of the village, a short drive or stroll from holiday cottages in Oddington, the charming town of Stow-on-the-Wold lies on a high hilltop, providing spectacular views across the region. Explore the town centre, where you will discover independent shops, pubs, and impressive landmarks such as St Edward’s Church. Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Norton are both a short drive away from the village.
Rambler’s Barn is an exquisite rural barn set on 21 acres of fields in Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. The Cotswold stone exterior of the pet-friendly cottage complements the beautiful garden and houses a sophisticated log fire, contemporary comforts and a separate annexe, Tranquillity awaits.