Byeways is a beautiful thatched cottage built circa 1650 located in the Cotswold village of Long Compton. The village of Long Compton, which gets it's name for the length of the village extending along the old road joining Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, is cons
Lovely cottage, perfect decor, fully equipped, wonderful garden.
Only downside is it is on a main road which is on a bend so a bit scary when coming out with dogs.
I would highly recommend thi… More
The road has been there for a very long time; I have seen a photograph of the same junction back when there were only horse and carts. I agree the front door is close to the road and as a result we generally cross over from the driveway that way you can see and hear any cars approaching.
We look forward to having you stay again.
Reviewed 2 Nov 2016
This was a very cosy, comfortable and warm place to stay. It felt like a second home to us as we quickly learnt how to cook on the agar and familiarised ourselves with the house. The children spent mo… More
Lovely review, you are always welcome.
Reviewed 8 Nov 2017
Really lovely house that was perfect for our getaway. Arrival was very easy.
I would advise arriving when light as the driveway would be difficult to find in the dark.
All round it was perfect for o… More
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