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Tower Fields B&B

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Warwickshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2014

Our first weekend break with our new young dog Millie. Clive and Toddy made us feel very welcome, we were able to park right outside our self contained room which was absolutely ideal. The room was clean, tidy and comfortable in lovely surroundings quite, peaceful, unusual birds and a few animals plus their 2 lovely dogs. Excellent breakfast which set...

Thank Tracey B
Faversham, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 September 2014 via mobile

Stayed here with our dog Dougal who is a polish lowland sheepdog. We where made so welcome and we even got to look at all the old cars which was fantastic. They have 2 dogs plus many other rare birds not been seen for a long time, take a look at the turkey and chickens. The accomidation was better than...

Thank Trevor F
Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Very good B&B with nice self contained rooms in the outbuildings of a rambling farmhouse. Accommodation, food amenities etc all very good. Very pleasant surroundings with all sorts of animals and birds about, both domestic & wild. There are half a dozen 1920s cars and their not gathering dusk, Clive was setting off to a rally in a 1920s Morris...

Thank Richard D
Nuneaton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 July 2014

We stayed here for two nights and didn't know what to expect, as another B & B nearby had double booked us and they passed us on to this one. We approached the old farm and Clive the owner came out to meet us and told us to park right outside our room, which is always handy. The room was...

Thank Paul W
Brentwood, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2013

Lovely homely place, beautiful scenery, hosts very friendly and a big breakfast with homemade jams. We stayed in the twin room, beds very comfortable, separate shower room and kitchen with tea and coffee facilities, a nice welcome surprise. Can't wait to stay again!

Thank Elaine167
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 September 2013

We stayed here for 5 nights. It is a charming, small and very welcoming place to stay, just off the main road with fields all around. Our rooms were spacious, clean and very well equipped. Breakfast was fresh and plentiful. The hosts, Toddy and Clive, are most pleasant and helpful. We would definitely stay there again.

1Thank Bernard113
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Reviewed 18 August 2013

We had a wonderful couple of nights at this charming and faultless B&B. The hosts, Toddy and Clive are lovely people who could not do enough to ensure that we enjoyed our stay. The room was large and comfortable in a seperate building from the main residence, everything worked, it is tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean and we felt totally at...

1Thank James B
Reviewed 18 April 2013

The room was a lovely (family room with a double and single bed, also a seperate shower room and kitchen facilities) The location was great for the wedding we attanded just under 2 miles away. Breakfast was very nice and served in the family kitchen, oweners were very helpful and friendly.

1Thank Liverpool0879
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 April 2013

We stayed here for a night after a wedding and found it to be a lovely little B&B to stay in. The location was great for our purposes as the venue was only 1 1/2 miles away. We had the family room that was very big with a double and single bed in there. Breakfast in the morning was nice...

1Thank clipper1981
Reviewed 12 May 2012

Our family stayed on the eve of and the night following our son's wedding. The idyllic atmosphere and the kindness of our hosts did much to allay nerves and put everyone in the right frame of mind for the big event.

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Address: Tusmore Road | Near Souldern, Bicester OX27 7HY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Oxfordshire > Bicester
Number of rooms: 25
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