Top Farm

3-6 Bedroom Holiday Cottage

A Homely Touch Away from Home

Top Farm was built in the early 18th Century by the Earls of Gainsborough and stood guard to a concealed entrance to the hidden 12th century abbey they took over further up the valley. It has many original stone and timber features and unique views from its roof terrace over Campden’s historic townscape.

This traditional 4 to 6 bedroom, 18th Cotswold stone Century farmhouse property is now available for the first time in its long history. It is in excellent condition throughout with beautiful stone walls and oak beams yet it is a practical home with light oak Karndean flooring on the ground floor, carpeted first and second floors and double glazing. It has been tastefully refurbished to meet today’s requirements.

The ground floor has 2 light, cosy and yet airy reception rooms (one with the original oak floorboards and stone fireplace and the smaller one with a working ashlar fireplace, large fully equipped kitchen/diner which includes mixed fuel Range, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, etc. Off the central hallway there is an accessible ground floor bedroom with en suite wet room and entrance to a cool wine cellar.

The first floor comprises 2 en suite double bedrooms, double and twin bedrooms, and a large bathroom. Without exception there some wonderful views over and around Chipping Campden from these bedrooms.

Cosy Corner

A homely touch away from home
Sleeps 4

George Barn

Warm and comforting
Sleeps 2,3 or 4

Old Granary

Just like home
Sleeps 2 or 4 (sofa bed)

Over The Arches

A lovely homely touch
Sleeps 4

Stable Cottage

A quiet break away
Sleeps 4

Tally Ho

Escape for a few days
Sleeps 2

Top Farm

Beautiful holiday cottage
Sleeps 3-6

Meadow Cottage

Discover the peace and quiet
Sleeps 2

Set in the Beautiful Town of Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden is a small market town within the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. Chipping Campden is most noted for its long and wide High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century.

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