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About Goodlake Barns

4 & 5 Star Cotswolds Holiday Accommodation

Spacious & Luxurious

Welcome to Goodlake Barns, light and spacious four and five star cottages arranged together around an attractive courtyard in a picturesque village setting.

This is a relaxing place to stay and a convenient location for exploring Oxford and the Cotswolds.

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The Estate

The barns vary in age but the name originates from the stable block constructed in the mid C19 by the lord of the manor Thomas Mills Goodlake. Look out for his initials inscribed on the building.

The estate was split-up in the1920s and the separate farms and houses divided up and sold. Church Farm continues to be farmed as an organic dairy farm but from more modern buildings about ½ mile outside the village. The old buildings which now comprise the holiday cottages became redundant and gradually fell into disrepair until their conversion into modern equipped cottages.

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY...

Read our Guest Comments...

Amanda C

Property: The Prince

On arrival at Goodlake Barns we were over the moon with The Prince. It is very well presented and very clean which is very important with self catering accommodation. The rooms are very spacious and all the bathrooms are lovely with lovely Out of Eden products to use as well, another nice touch. Housekeeping staff are very pleasant too and only too happy to help. We have stayed in many places in Oxfordshire and Goodlake Barns is by far the best. We shall definitely be booking up again."

JLWUK

Property: Blossom

"This was my second visit to the barns with friends. We stopped in Flower, absoblutely immaculate well equipped and so cosy. Friends were in the main barn and again it has every convenience imaginable. We ate out at The Woodmans Arms on Sat evening, the landlord has a complimentary mini bus that picked us up and dropped us back, great service!! Overall, beautiful location, fabulous accomodation, thoroughly recommended."

Get In Touch!

Interested in staying at Goodlake Barns? Telephone 01993 259444 (through Staycotswold) or send an email...

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