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Holiday Cottages Near to Soho Farmhouse

Located in the Cotswolds’ golden triangle: a sought-after area between Chipping Norton, Burford and Stow, Soho Farmhouse is a stunning members’ club-cum-country house hotel. But, with cabin prices from £350 per night, you can stay in a stylish Oxfordshire holiday cottage just a stone’s throw from Soho Farmhouse and enjoy all the delights of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds countryside combined with your weekend use of Soho Farmhouse facilities.

Soho Farmhouse is a private members club and hotel located in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, England. It is part of the Soho House group and is set on 100 acres of picturesque countryside. The club features a range of facilities, including a spa, gym, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a cinema, and several restaurants and bars.

Soho Farmhouse also offers a variety of accommodations, including rooms, cabins, and cottages. The cabins and cottages are standalone structures with their own private gardens and range in size from one to four bedrooms.

The club is known for its relaxed and laid-back atmosphere, and it attracts a diverse range of members, including celebrities, artists, and business leaders. It is a popular destination for weekend getaways, weddings, and events.

Access to Soho Farmhouse is exclusive to members and hotel guests, and membership is by invitation only. However, non-members can book a stay at the hotel or one of the cottages subject to availability.

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