Good to Know
Our Resident Sheep
The Cotswolds is an area famous for sheep farming and as you enter down our tree lined driveway you will be greeted by our flocks of sheep enjoying the open parkland setting and welcoming you to Mickleton Hills Farm.
If you visit us in the Spring you will be able to enjoy our gorgeous little lambs playing with a spring in their step wherever they roam. All our sheep are bred to naturally shed their own wool at their own pace and for their own comfort. This is then used by the birds to build nests.
Our flocks of sheep are in residence across the farm most of the year but occasionally take time away in the winter months, returning in late Spring after lambing, so please bare this in mind to avoid disappointment.
Cottage Design Inspiration
We have furnished our cottages with a variety of beautiful fabrics from local designer Sam Wilson whose shop you can admire whilst enjoying a stroll down Chipping Campden High Street. Her prints are a stunning representation of the beautiful Cotswold countryside surrounding our farm. Do not miss the chance to pop in during your stay: https://samwilsonstudio.com.
In addition we have enjoyed furnishing our cottages with Susie Watson fabrics, Voyage artwork, and Weaver Green accessories, together creating a cosy colourful welcome.
Taxis are very hard to find at the last minute and must be booked in advance.
We have recommended taxi companies on our Taxi and Travel page.
Please book your taxi before the day of the wedding to ensure a successful journey home to your accommodation at the end of your celebrations.
Escape the stresses of everyday life, kick back your heels and relax! Due to their rural location our cottages and barns do not have wifi, offering a unique chance to get away from it all whilst enjoying your wedding celebrations. There is good phone signal and 3G/4G on most mobile networks.
Cottage Good To Knows
All cottages will be available for check-in from 2pm and must be checked out of by 12 midday
The on-site cottages may not have their capacity exceeded due to fire regulations. The exception is travel cots for children under 5.
We do not allow inflatable mattresses or similar or for guests to sleep on the cottage sofas
We are unable to offer a cottage turn-around or cleaning service during the course of a single wedding celebration.
One full set of linen is provided per bed and a full set of towels are provided per booked guest. Secondary linen or towels are unavailable within the same stay.
Smoking and e-cigarettes are not permitted within our cottages or directly outside. We ask all guests to smoke within our walled stone courtyard, next to our red brick barn and to use the ashtrays provided.
An emergency fire door escape is located between Ewe Cottage and Lamb’s Lodge. This must not be blocked and the door must only be used in an emergency. A continuous alarm will sound if this door is used which must be reset by the owner. No cots are able to be kept in the rooms adjacent to this door (the smaller double in Ewe Cottage and the single in Lamb’s Lodge) so as not to impede exits.
Any malicious damage, staining from spillages or any damage beyond the level of fair wear and tear will be charged for. The booking couple hold the ultimate responsibility for any costs as a result. The owners decision is final.
Gas or gas bottles may not be brought onto the premises and BBQ’s are not allowed without prior consent of the owners.
We regret that the cottages are not pet friendly.
For the duration of your wedding celebrations we guarantee the cottages will be empty unless booked by members of your wedding party.
We are more than happy to deal with ‘holiday’ cottage rubbish. We ask couples to remove all other rubbish associated with wedding set-up themselves. Including decoration packaging and any food waste brought in by yourselves for the wedding.
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