What a perfect few days this was.
I decided to head to the Cotswold’s with my two Kate’s as we hadn’t had a break away together for almost 2 years! Gloucestershire in the Cotswold’s is about 2 hours from London and one of the most beautiful places in the UK. The Cotswold’s itself is full of amazing little towns and old English villages.
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On our way we stopped off at Daylesford Farm as I have been into Daylesford Cafe’s around London a fair bit, so really wanted to check out the actual farm - definitely worth a visit! We stopped off for lunch before continuing our journey to where we would be staying for the next few days.
Welcome to a country paradise. The Warwick Knight
This converted caravan is something pretty special - situated in its own little field surrounded by trees with an opening onto farmland for as far as the eyes can see, I cannot recommend this place enough. It is perfect for a romantic getaway, or like me, a girly glamping trip with your friends!
Ali and Rich, the owners, are such a lovely couple - they made us feel so welcome and even made a little homemade Lemon Cake on arrival! They are clearly super talented as the Warwick Knight is faultless - the interior and exterior are both absolutely stunning.
When you arrive you wheel your stuff to the caravan through animals fields - definitely adding to the experience! The interior is everything you could wish for - a super comfy double bed and then two single bunk beds! The double bed is surrounded by windows overlooking the fields.
The caravan is situated within a farm, and you are able to go and feed the pigs, and jump into the sheep and goat field! They also have a pet pony, chickens and ducks!
We settled in and had a few drinks before making some dinner! The caravan is well equipped with cooking facilities, fridge and freezer - you can pretty much make whatever you like! We then watched the most beautiful sun set over the fields next to ours from the roof!
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We woke up and had breakfast on the roof - we hit total jackpot with the weather so were very lucky to have sun both days!
We decided to go for a walk through the fields and along the River Severn to a local pub called The Anchor for lunch. It was about a 50 minutes walk both ways.
We explored a little more of the area and then headed back to make dinner and have a little sunbath before watching the sunset!
We made a fire with the logs + wood that are filled up daily next to the caravan. It's such a perfect place for a few days out of the city with a partner or your friends. I'll definitely be coming back to stay here again - there's also a Belle Tent you can stay in which looks just as amazing!
Link to The Warwick Knight here