MINE HILL HOUSE Bed and Breakfast

Mine Hill House, Holloway Lane, Lower Brailes, Banbury, OX15 5BJ


Hester and Edward Sale


Tel: 01608 685594 or 07890 266441

Email: enquiries@minehillhouse.co.uk

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Mine Hill House, Holloway Lane, Lower Brailes, Banbury, OX15 5BJ


Tel: 01608 685594 or 07890 266441   Email: enquiries@minehillhouse.co.uk

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MINE HILL HOUSE B&B.


We look forward to welcoming you to Mine Hill House, our family home in the Cotswold countryside, where we enjoy outstanding views over three counties - Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.


The house dates from 1733, and has a wealth of period details including exposed beams, flagstone floors and big open fireplaces.  It is situated in a commanding position at the top of the hill, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet is only a short drive from the pretty market towns of Banbury, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Norton, Chipping Campden, Stratford-upon-Avon and Shipston-on-Stour.


The guest bedroom on the first floor has a unique little annexe which extends it into a family suite when required - for full details see our Accommodation page.


There is a good variety of country inns and small restaurants within a few miles, but if you prefer to spend the evening at Mine Hill House a 3-course dinner may be booked (48 hours notice required).


See our Links page for information about local attractions and activities.

For a map of the area click here , and for details see our Directions page.

Stunning views over unspoilt countryside


Bed and breakfast in peaceful location


Double/twin room with en suite bathroom


Family suite - children welcome


Lovely walks from the back door


Dinner available by prior arrangement

Mine Hill House bed and breakfast Stunning views over three counties Overlooking the Cotswold countryside

MINE HILL HOUSE

is featured in

Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay Bed & Breakfast Guide.

MINE HILL HOUSE also appears in a recent Guardian travel feature - click here >>