Byeways is a beautiful thatched cottage built circa 1650 located in the Cotswold village of Long Compton. The village of Long Compton, which gets it's name for the length of the village extending along the old road joining Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, is conside …see more
“Full of character, middle of the Cotswolds and dog friendly!”
Reviewed 22 Sep 2013
We spent a lovely extended weekend at Byeways. I had my parents over from Brazil so I had tried to look for something traditional and full of character, and I have to say this place has it in abundanc… More
“A character house with modern touches and great outdoor space”
Reviewed 15 Jul 2013
Byeways is a fantastic character house that has been modernised (tastefully) inside, with good sized bedrooms, a modern kitchen and high quality linen.
Given the great weather my daughter really en… More
Thank you for the lovely review, my husband has also bumped his head a few times, sorry about that.
“A blast of the past (with disguised mod cons)”
Reviewed 17 Jun 2013
What an awesome getaway!
The luscious Cotswolds countryside could only be enhanced by staying at Byeways. Taking a different one of the numerous walks from the cottage each day instilled peace and t… More
thanks so much for the great review. We have now supplied a drying rack.
This traditional barn adjoining the owner’s home is set in the stunning Cotswold countryside and has been wonderfully renovated, retaining many of its original features while adding a contemporary feel.
The property is set just outside the picturesque village of Long …see more
BOOK THIS COTTAGE AND YOU WILL RECEIVE A 4% DISCOUNT ON THE MANOR COTTAGES PRICES. To secure your discount please make your booking via the Manor Cottages website and enter code HL4% in the voucher box or give us a call (sadly, offer excludes school holiday periods).
A period 4 bedroom cottage sleeping 7, with some lovely features both modern and old. Set on 3 levels this cottage makes the ideal place to come and explore the North Cotswolds from as a family or a group of friends. Period features such as the inglenook fireplace and o …see more
The Reading Room is a recently converted barn. It used to be a coaching stable and was then converted into a Church Reading Room, where the local vicar would read the bible to his parishoners. After many years of falling into disrepair it was finally converted into a …see more