Places to stay
Deer Park Lodge (20 mins from Chedworth)
Standing beside the ornate former entrance gates to the 17th-century Lodge Park, this unusual single storey gate house makes an ideal holiday home with panoramic views over the surrounding rolling countryside. There is a large garden and parking to the front. Dogs are welcome.
Deer Park Lodge sleeps up to four people across two bedrooms.
West Lodge (20 mins from Chedworth)
This semi-detached former lodge cottage (to the left of the photograph) stands on the edge of the estate village of Sherborne. We've kept many of the original features and decor in period style. An intriguing and unusual holiday haven, with an enclosed garden to the rear. Perfect for walkers. Dogs are welcome.
West Lodge sleeps two.
Woody's Cottage (30 mins from Chedworth)
Originally the home of the late John Workman OBE who owned the Ebworth Estate and was the National Trust's forestry adviser in the 1970s, the cottage is surrounded by deciduous woodland which is a National Nature Reserve and is also an example of some of the finest beech trees grown for timber in the country.
Woody's sleeps 4.
A little further afield...
A traditional stone lodge built in 1790s as part of the Newark estate, set in spectacular countryside with lovely views. This is the perfect cottage for walking, bird watching or just complete peace.