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Hope Cottage is tucked away down a lane on the edge of a picturesque Oxfordshire village called Brightwell-cum-Sotwell.


Our Rooms


Shepherds Hut – Our charming shepherd’s hut, built by George and Will at                                                 ,               has a double bed with ensuite facilities comprising shower, toilet and sink and a log burning stove.  With panoramic views over the fields, it’s already proving very popular with our guests. See some photographs


Garden Room - Situated on the ground floor, accessed from the conservatory, is a cosy, en suite double bedroom. This room has a lovely west facing view and its own private entrance into the garden.


You are welcome to relax in our spacious conservatory, although most evenings as the sun sets we feel sure you will want to sit outside on our west-facing terrace to enjoy the lovely views and peacefulness of the Oxfordshire countryside.  


Our gorgeous village has houses ranging from moated manors to thatched cottages and is a delight to explore. Hope Cottage itself dates back to the early nineteenth century and lies on the site of a Roman Road. With rural views from every window and a flourishing country garden, the cottage is a welcoming English home away from home.


Hope Cottage is a haven to return to at the end of a busy day; if your interest is bird-watching or garden-visiting our cottage is an ideal base. If you want a pint of beer in a typical thatched English village pub then the Red Lion is a couple of minutes walk away, at the top of the lane.


We thank SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE LEADER PROJECT for their support in the purchase of our Shepherds Hut.

The Rural Development Programme for England is funded by Defra and the EU.


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