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The Old Saw Barn

The Old Saw Barn

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Living room

Living room

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Patch the sheepdog!

Patch the sheepdog!

Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower

Nick the Hereford with his girls

Nick the Hereford with his girls

Roger the Rooster, with his girls!

Roger the Rooster, with his girls!

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Lower Slaughter

Lower Slaughter

The twin room

The twin room

Tractor Ted

Tractor Ted

Ben in the field enjoying the summer grass

Ben in the field enjoying the summer grass

One of the prolific sights of wildlife on the farm

One of the prolific sights of wildlife on the farm

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

Curious cows

Curious cows

The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills

A view of the Old Saw Barn from up the hill

A view of the Old Saw Barn from up the hill

Sarah studying her bees

Sarah studying her bees

The Old Saw Barn

The Old Saw Barn

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Living room

Living room

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Patch the sheepdog!

Patch the sheepdog!

Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower

Nick the Hereford with his girls

Nick the Hereford with his girls

Roger the Rooster, with his girls!

Roger the Rooster, with his girls!

A king-sized bedroom

A king-sized bedroom

Lower Slaughter

Lower Slaughter

The twin room

The twin room

Tractor Ted

Tractor Ted

Ben in the field enjoying the summer grass

Ben in the field enjoying the summer grass

One of the prolific sights of wildlife on the farm

One of the prolific sights of wildlife on the farm

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

Curious cows

Curious cows

The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills

A view of the Old Saw Barn from up the hill

A view of the Old Saw Barn from up the hill

Sarah studying her bees

Sarah studying her bees

The Old Saw Barn

Worcestershire, WR10 2PP

Idyllic dog-friendly on the edge of the Cotswolds

  • Flexible cancellation until 2 days before arrival
  • Idyllic rural location on a family farm
  • Woodburning stove with logs included
  • South-facing patio, private garden & tennis court
  • Children welcome and pets by arrangement
  • Close to Stratford, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds
    • Sleeps 7Sleeps 7
    • Bedrooms 4Bedrooms 4
    • Bathrooms 2Bathrooms 2
    • Flexible CancellationFlexible Cancellation
    • Dogs AcceptedDogs Accepted
    • Dines 8Dines 8
    • WiFiWiFi
    • ParkingParking
    • Open fire / Log burnerOpen fire / Log burner
    • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
    • VisitEngland 4 star
    • VisitEngland Gold Award

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Features

Sleeps 7

Sleeps 7

Bedrooms 4

Bedrooms 4

Dines 8

Dines 8

Flexible Cancellation

Flexible Cancellation

Dogs Accepted

Dogs Accepted

Enclosed Garden

Enclosed Garden

Child-Friendly

Child-Friendly

Outdoor play equipment

Outdoor play equipment

Space to play

Space to play

Livestock onsite

Livestock onsite

Trampoline

Trampoline

WiFi

WiFi

Parking

Parking

Open fire / Log burner

Open fire / Log burner

Barbecue

Barbecue

Supermarket delivery available

Supermarket delivery available

Credit cards accepted

Credit cards accepted

Ready meals available

Ready meals available

Owners/Manager onsite

Owners/Manager onsite

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

Outdoor tennis court

Outdoor tennis court

About & Contact

Idyllic dog-friendly on the edge of the Cotswolds

The Old Saw Barn is a beautifully renovated barn conversion on a friendly family farm, and surrounded by glorious Worcestershire countryside. It is just 3 miles from the old market town of Pershore, and perfectly placed for visits to Stratford and the Cotswolds.

Hill Court Farm is a family farm, with a plethora of chickens, horses and ponies. It is a mixed farm, with beef cattle, cider fruit orchards and arable crops. The farm is also involved in environmental and conservation schemes for which it has won several awards.

The barn is spacious and luxurious, and yet it retains its rustic classic charm. It sleeps 7 people, plus a cot. There is a tennis court, south-facing patio area and barbecue. The barn is surrounded by the garden, and a stream flows at the bottom of the property.

With our Master Cancel policy, you can cancel for any reason from 60 days up to 2 days before the start of your holiday, so you can book the Old Saw Barn with confidence.This doesn't cover you for the last 2 days before arrival, so we would still recommend that you get UK travel insurance - just in case you were unable to travel at the last minute, due to health reasons for example.

Location & Attractions

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  • Castle Castle
  • Gardens Gardens
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  • Museums Museums
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The Old Saw Barn

Hill Court Farm
Hill
Pershore
Worcestershire
WR10 2PP

Castle Kenilworth Castle

This vast medieval fortress and Elizabethan Palace is one of the most spectacular castle ruins in England - climb 18 metres up into the tower - stroll through the authentically recreated Elizabethan Garden.

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Gardens Bourton House Garden

Award-winning 3 acre garden featuring imaginative topiary, wide herbaceous borders with rare, unusual and exotic plants, water features, unique shade house and many creatively planted pots. Open June to September.

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Gardens Hidcote Gardens

Hidcote is a famous Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds, a stone’s throw from Stratford-upon-Avon. It is a national trust property and highly renowned.

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Gardens Snowshill Manor

A famous Cotswold manor house set in hillside gardens; a fanciful world filled with unlikely treasures.

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Gardens Packwood House

Restored timber-framed Tudor manor house famous for its fascinating Yew Garden representing the ‘Sermon on the Mount’, colourful herbaceous borders, kitchen garden, orchard, wild flower meadow and lakeside walk.

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Heritage Kinwarton Dovecote

A lovely and rare 14th-century circular dovecote with metre thick walls, over 580 nesting holes and original rotating ladder, nestled in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. 10 minutes' drive from Coughton.

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Heritage Holy Trinity Church

Situated on the banks of the River Avon, one of England's most beautiful parish churches, where William Shakespeare is buried, in the chancel.

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Heritage Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway

A heritage railway operating steam and heritage diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds – a round trip of 28 miles.

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Heritage Coventry Cathedral

Inspiring 20th century cathedral built alongside the ruins of the former cathedral, a medieval church, destroyed by bombing during the Second World War. Contains a famous tapestry by Graham Sutherland..

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Heritage Coughton Court

An imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a lake, walled garden, woodland and magnificent views from the Tower. Links to the Gunpowder Plot in 1605 - with priest holes.

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Heritage Baddesley Clinton

A beautifully-preserved Tudor, timber-framed moated manor house with Elizabethan interiors. Originally set in the Forest of Arden and providing sanctuary to persecuted Catholics in the 1590s, with secret priest holes.

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Heritage Anne Hathaway's Cottage

A beautiful 500 year old cottage, with original furniture, where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. Anne Hathaway was born in the cottage in 1556. Kitchen and parlour are original medieval construction.

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Heritage Upton House & Gardens (National Trust)

A country mansion renovated in the 1920s and home to an extensive private collection of paintings and rare porcelain. Interesting gardens created on terraces down the side of a valley.

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Heritage Sezincote House & Garden

Sezincote is unique. At the heart of a country estate, stands a 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace, with curving orangery, set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals.

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Heritage Mary Arden's Farm, Wilmcote

Childhood home of Shakespeare’s mother - a working ‘Tudor’ farm with craft and falconry demonstrations, nature trails, historic buildings, farmyard and rare breeds.

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Museums Coventry Transport Museum

An amazing collection of British motor cars and bikes, covering 150 years of manufacture. See the record breaking Thrust 2. Experience the 4D land speed record simulator. Great for kids and enthusiasts.

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Museums British Motor Museum

The world's largest collection of historic British cars with over 300 cars on display, interactive exhibitions and dedicated zones on motorsport, design & concepts, royal cars and cars from film and television.

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Town Chipping Campden

A gem of a Cotswold town with an outstanding architectural heritage. Famous for its elegant long, winding High Street lined with beautifully-preserved historic buildings. Good choice of eateries and boutiques/shops.

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Town Broadway

A beautiful Cotswold village renowned for its honey-coloured houses, picturesque streets and historic architecture. Great choice of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and antique shops. Footpath leads to the Cotswold Way.

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Town Bourton on the Water

The 'Little Venice' of the Cotswolds and one of the most popular tourist spots in the region.

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Visitors Attraction Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park

Home of the Rare Breeds Conservation and something for everyone - an excellent restaurant and a ‘touch barn’ to pet the animals.

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Meet the owner

Sarah Righton

Hill Court Farm has been in the Righton family for four generations and is currently farmed by Edward and Sarah, along with their five daughters. The traditional farm has suckler cattle, cider fruit orchards and arable crops, and Edward has always encouraged conservation and the proliferation of wildlife on the farm, for which he has won several awards. All this keeps Edward busy. Sarah worked for a deluxe tour operator for many years and loves welcoming every guest to the farm. Many return every year, especially families as they love the seclusion, animals and farm environment. Patch the sheepdog will entertain the children for hours too. She is a legend! The farm tours are popular and you will see the bulls, cows and calves, machinery, grain-sheds, chickens, bees, horses, ad infinitum. Farming is a life-style. We feel privileged to live here and are happy to share this lovely place.