The guest accommodation at Furners Farm is in a separate cottage with its own entrance on the ground floor (the first floor of the cottage is let separately).
The spacious bedroom may be made up as a king-
Regrettably, there is inadequate space for a child’s bed or cot.
The bedroom opens directly onto the garden, with views beyond across the valley. The small flock of rare breed Soay sheep might be glimpsed in the paddock below the house.
Breakfast is served in the main house, either in the garden room, or on the adjoining terrace in the summer, with stunning views down the valley.
There are several charming country inns nearby which serve lunchtime and evening meals. The Woolpack at Slad is within walking distance across the fields, and the Butchers Arms at Sheepscombe and the Bear at Bisley are a very short drive away.
Further afield there is a wide choice of pubs and restaurants offering good food, much of it sourced locally in the Cotswolds. In particular, Painswick has a number of eateries.
Access to Furners Farm is along a narrow single track road, and a narrow private lane. Drive slowly, and admire the views. See the MAP page for details.