Walnuts Forge - Self Contained Accomodation

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  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Self contained character converted blacksmiths Forge providing a lounge with two sofa beds, wood burning stove and TV. Newly fitted kitchen and bathroom with walk in shower and a separate double bedroom, patio. Situated on the edge of the village of Uffington in the Oxfordshire countryside at the foot of the historic White Horse hill, Walnuts Forge is perfectly located for walkers or visitors looking for peace and quiet or exploring the Cotswolds or Oxford a few miles away. Secure parking.

The space
Walnuts forge is a converted blacksmiths workshop dating back to the 1700's that has been beautifully transformed into a self contained cottage suitable for accommodating up to four people. Sleeping arrangements are split between a separate double bedroom that leads to a small patio area through French doors and two double sofa beds located in the lounge. A separate kitchen provides hob, oven, fridge/freezer, washer dryer, toaster, kettle etc.

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What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free driveway parking on premises – 2 spaces
TV
Free washer – In building
Portable air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace: wood-burning
Luggage drop-off allowed

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Uffington, England, United Kingdom

Uffington village is one of chalk-block houses and thatch, at the foot of the White Horse Hills. The parish church is known as "The Cathedral of the Vale". The village is in the middle of the Vale of the White Horse, otherwise known as the Ock Valley. Like most parishes in the Vale, Uffington parish is long and thin, running north-south, so that it includes both low-lying arable land and grazing upland on the Berkshire Downs.
The River Ock forms most of its northern boundary. The western boundary runs up across Dragon Hill, Whitehorse Hill, Uffington Down and the gallops on Woolstone Down before turning north again as the eastern boundary across Kingston Warren Down and Ram's Hill, almost to Fawler and partially along Stutfield Brook. The parish formerly included Baulking and Woolstone

The poet Sir John Betjeman (1906–84) lived in the village in the 1930s.

Thomas Hughes (1822–96), author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, was born in the village. The village school mentioned in the book survives as Tom Brown's School Museum, with exhibits on Thomas Hughes, the Uffington White Horse, and other local subjects.

Hosted by Leanne

  1. Joined in May 2017
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I love interior design and diy , and have spent 30 years living in and enjoying doing up each house we have owned
I have a huge garden and am most happy when the sun is shining and I’m outside pottering and tidying up
Cooking and entertaining is something I’m quite passionate about , I am the queen of deserts!
I also love music , reading and spending time with family and friends
We have a beautiful home in the countryside and are so glad that we can share it with others , Airbnb has been such a positive experience for me and I absolutely love hosting !
I love interior design and diy , and have spent 30 years living in and enjoying doing up each house we have owned
I have a huge garden and am most happy when the sun is shini…

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The village is one of chalk-block houses and thatch, at the foot of the White Horse Hills. The parish church is known as "The Cathedral of the Vale". The village is in the middle of the Vale of the White Horse, otherwise known as the Ock Valley. Like most parishes in the Vale, Uffington parish is long and thin, running north-south, so that it includes both low-lying arable land and grazing upland on the Berkshire Downs.
The River Ock forms most of its northern boundary. The western boundary runs up across Dragon Hill, Whitehorse Hill, Uffington Down and the gallops on Woolstone Down before turning north again as the eastern boundary across Kingston Warren Down and Ram's Hill, almost to Fawler and partially along Stutfield Brook. The parish formerly included Baulking and Woolstone
The village is one of chalk-block houses and thatch, at the foot of the White Horse Hills. The parish church is known as "The Cathedral of the Vale". The village is in the middle o…

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Check-in: 14:00 - 20:00
Check out: 11:00
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No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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