1,500 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside to explore, mapped walks and cycle routes, and a host of added extras
…we aim to give you a true family holiday experience.

Our holiday cottages, pods and tents offer more than just a place to stay, with 1,500 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside to explore, mapped walks and cycle routes, and a host of added extras we aim to give you a true holiday experience.  Meet the alpacas and highland cows and say hello to the donkeys and goats. Our animals love to be fussed over by our guests and we insist that everyone meets them during their stay.

We have mapped out farm walks and the best cycle routes, we can have bicycles waiting for you when you arrive and walking/cycle maps are included in the welcome packs. We also have a tennis court for hire and we can help you arrange bush craft, axe throwing, falconry, foraging walks, clay pigeon and rifle shooting, electric quad bike hire, forest bathing and nature walks, fitness and yoga classes, tennis lessons, bike hire, beauty treatments and art classes prior to your stay – See our full range of activities here.

Footpath sign at Notgrove

The Notgrove Estate

The Notgrove Estate is a 1,500 acre family farm high up on the Cotswold Hills.  Like many others it has diversified and welcomes guests to its selection of accommodation on the farm.

Feel free to walk around our marked footpaths and appreciate our beautiful scenery that changes with each season and the pattern of farming. The farm has wonderful wildlife including hedgehogs, hares, buzzards, and owls, and Notgrove Village with just 32 cottages is the same size now as it was in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Do also drop in and visit our own licensed Cafe and Bar – The Nuttery, in the heart of the Village.

As Notgrove is in the heart of the Cotswolds, it’s also a great location for exploring the area.

Notgrove is only 3 miles from Bourton on the Water, and within reach of many well known Cotswold villages and towns, from Upper and Lower Slaugher and the Swells, to Bibury and Cheltenham. We also have many local attractions a short drive away including Broadway Tower, Adam Henson’s Farm Park, Sudeley Castle, Batsford Arboreum and the Cotswold Wildlife Park at Burford.

For those who like a walk to the pub, our neighbouring villages of Cold Aston and Naunton both have thriving local pubs selling local beer. Please explore our website to find more information about the local area and see pictures of the estate.


“Fantastic accommodation in beautiful Cotswold countryside. 14 of us stayed, age range 4 to 77 and all of us loved it. The kids loved the games room and visiting the alpacas, donkeys & goat. Plus there’s a lovely pub only half-hour walk away.” Sally Gardiner

“Just return from a weekend in the safari tents. The little touches added makes it homely and everything has been thought of, the cleanliness of the tents is high standard. The green area in front of the tents is great and was well used despite the rain!!!” The Bennett family

“Our 3-year-old settled in straight away and was so relaxed and content. It was idyllic and beautiful. The pod was amazing and was just right for what we needed. The grounds and village were breath-taking and welcoming.” Ben and Jane Honey

“We had a wonderful time. The pods were perfectly appointed and it was wonderful to have lots of open space for the kids to play in. We all made very good use of the games room and have come home with Table Football superstars.” Krishna Khan

“Had an amazing two nights here with my hubby and two boys in the Safari Tents. Beautiful grounds and everything we needed. The shower blocks were clean and the boys loved the games room and play area.” Tracey, Jerome and boys

“Lovely and spacious holiday barns. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and there is plenty of storage space. Great location with some lovely walks in the area.” Clive and Emma Somers

“We had 2 amazing nights here in a pod. The pod was warm and cozy, our children loved the games room and we all enjoyed a campfire each evening. Wish we had booked a longer stay, we will book again soon!” Ben, Chris and kids

“Lovely grounds. The pods were amazing. Really comfortable, even with the four us (me, my wife and 2 kids). The games room was well equipped and the staff were really nice. Bourton on the Water is a quaint town to visit.” Mahesh

“We had a lovely weekend at Notgrove, staying in Wainway, two adjoining cottages. We all enjoyed ourselves celebrating a family 80th birthday with age ranges from 9 to 80 and a dog. The accommodation was great – well equipped and comfortable.” Emily Turner