Six great properties close to excellent Cotswold pubs from £450,000 - £1.5million

“Pub culture has become an increasingly strong pull for buyers moving to the Cotswolds,” says Elizabeth D’Allemagne of Cotswolds property specialist Butler Sherborn.  “The standard of food and hospitality is now amongst the best in the country, and we are spoilt for choice.  For those moving to a village with a pub, the ‘local’ is one of the best places to meet people and quickly feel part of your new community.  Holiday let investors also recognise that villages with good pubs are where people want to stay during their holidays, as the holiday home market continues to boom,” adds Elizabeth.

See below for our ‘Top five great Cotswold pubs’.

The property: Anstruther, Filkins, Oxfordshire GL7 3JQ - £500,000

The pub:The Five Alls -


Just a matter of steps from the much acclaimed Five Alls pub, Anstruther is a beautifully renovated cottage with a lovely landscaped garden on the edge of Filkins, near the border of Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire.

With immaculate interior design, the property successfully retains its period features while fusing them with the contemporary.  At the end of the garden is The Old Chapel, a substantial outbuilding with scope for conversion into additional living space.

Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, dining room, sitting room, modern fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with dining area for four, composite stone worksurface, double oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and five ring gas hob and a limestone floor.  There is a cloakroom, study/third bedroom, two double bedrooms, one en-suite, and a family bathroom.  Outside is a south facing garden that has been landscaped to give two spacious terraces, and with outdoor lighting is ideal for entertaining.  There is also a utility/storage room plus the large detached outbuilding.

Fully insulated and economical to run, the property features a home automation system with an advanced remote controlled heating system.

The village of Filkins dates back to Saxon times, and as well as the pub has a nursery school, post office/shop, open-air swimming pool, children’s playground and football pitch.  There is also The Cotswold Woollen Weavers craft centre.  It lies midway between Burford and Lechlade, with Witney, Oxford and Cheltenham within easy driving distance, and good road and rail communications via the M4 and M40, and trains to London in around an hour from Didcot, Swindon and Oxford Parkway., Filkins

Guide price: £500,000

Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325


The property: Learoyds, Southrop, Gloucestershire GL7 3PG - £450,000

The pub:         The Swan -


Learoyds Cottage is an attractive, 19th Century Cotswold stone property with spectacular gardens. Situated in the popular village of Southrop, it’s within walking distance of the highly popular village pub, The Swan.  The house is beautifully presented offering an open plan kitchen/reception room whilst retaining original period features including a Cotswold stone inglenook with wood-burner, a window seat and exposed painted ceiling timbers.  The two bedrooms both have vaulted ceilings with painted exposed wooden timbers.  A large, walk-in shower room is downstairs.

The gardens are enchanting; a relaxing space with Acer trees, box hedging, numerous varieties of flowers and plants, a lovely west-facing stone terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining, gravelled paths and a central pond., Southrop

Guide price: £450,000

Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325


The property: The Old Stone House, Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire GL56 0XG -£1.5million

The pub: The Fox - Lower Oddington -


Located in one of the most popular villages in the north Cotswolds, The Old Stone House is a wonderful example of a classic Grade II Listed village property.  Thought to date from the 16th century, it is built from mellow Cotswold stone with a Cotswold stone roof and was remodelled in the 19th century by acclaimed local architect Sir Guy Dawber.  It was recently renovated throughout to give a classic village house with a very stylish interior blended with period features such as flagstone floors, an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and stone mullion windows.

Downstairs is the drawing room with Inglenook fireplace, window seats, sand blasted beams and a wooden floor, a dining room that seats up to 10 featuring a flagstone floor and wood burner, and a snug/study with double height ceiling.  The fitted kitchen includes bespoke solid oak units, an electric Aga, built-in appliances and a painted wooden floor, there is also a cloakroom and boot room.

On the first floor is a dual aspect master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with underfloor heating, twin washbasins, large shower and freestanding bath with oak flooring and built-in cupboards.  There are two further double bedrooms and family bathroom, and a fourth bedroom/study and small en-suite bathroom on the second floor.

The house is detached and set back from a small village green.  It features walled gardens to the side and rear both landscaped with mature planting, off-road parking and a garage.

There are two award winning pubs nearby - The Fox and The Horse and Groom, while the Daylesford Organic Farm shop is a good walk or short drive away.  Trains run from nearby Kingham direct to London Paddington in approximately 90 minutes. Old Stone House, Upper Oddington

Guide price: £1.5million

Butler Sherborn - Stow-on-the-Wold - 01451 830731


The property:  The Old Bakery, Langford, Oxfordshire GL7 3LN - £950,000

The pub:  The Bell -


The Old Bakery is a beautiful detached five bedroom village house with spacious and flexible accommodation with two kitchens, two staircases and four reception rooms, which has been divided it to create a separate annexe and successful holiday rental.

Ground floor accommodation includes a hallway, two reception rooms currently used as a dining room and sitting room, a garden room, study/TV room, spacious drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room featuring a four oven Aga, utility room and second kitchen.

Upstairs is the master bedroom with dressing room, two double bedrooms with shower rooms, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Outside there are mature gardens with a stone terrace, an office and garden store along with private parking.

Langford is close to the Oxfordshire/Gloucestershire border and Burford ‘Gateway to the Cotswolds’.  Rail travel is available at Oxford, Didcot and Swindon with direct train services to London Paddington in about an hour.  The village has its own primary school and widely publicised pub, The Bell, and is surrounded by open farmland and countryside. Old Bakery, Langford

Guide price: £950,000

Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325


The property:  Piccolo Cottage, Bledington, Gloucestershire/Oxon border OX7 6UX - £480,000

The pub: The King’s Head Inn -


Piccolo Cottage is a charming 4-bedroom mid-terrace Cotswold property packed with character features including exposed beams and a beamed fireplace.  Located in the highly sought-after village of Bledington with its award winning pub, The King’s Head, it could easily serve as a full time or second family home/holiday retreat, thanks to its excellent road and rail links to London.

On the ground floor is a spacious sitting room with dining area, a fitted kitchen and a useful ground floor bedroom suite with adjoining bathroom, and has been designed for ground floor living by those needing to be self-sufficient without climbing stairs.

The kitchen has fitted units, an electric hob, built-in double oven, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and integrated dishwasher.

On the first floor are three further bedrooms, two with built-in wardrobes, one of which doubles as a study, and a family shower room.

Outside there is an easy maintenance south facing garden enclosed by high Cotswold stone walling.  There are paved steps with potted plants and shrubs bordering the area, space for a table and chairs for outside entertaining and a garden shed for storing gardening equipment.

Daylesford Organic Farm shop is a five minute drive away and Soho Farmhouse less than half an hour’s drive. Cottage, Bledington

Guide price: £480,000

Butler Sherborn - Stow-on-the-Wold - 01451 830731


The Forge, Langford, Oxfordshire GL7 3LN - £565,000

The pub: The Bell -


The Forge is a detached former blacksmith’s forge dating from 1742; it is located in the heart of the village of Langford on the Oxfordshire/Gloucestershire border, noted for its highly regarded pub, The Bell which re-opened in December 2017 to rave reviews.

This charming house is entered through the glass framed garden room, leading to the sitting room and dining room with an inglenook fireplace, and both with exposed stonework and beams.  There is also a kitchen, utility and shower room downstairs.

The master bedroom is dual aspect with exposed stonework and a magnificent vaulted ceiling.  There are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom with a large walk-in shower.

The garden includes a lawn, mature flower beds and a gravelled area for outdoor entertaining, and there is also off-road parking. Forge, Langford

Guide price: £580,000

Butler Sherborn - Burford - 01993 822325


The Five Alls - Filkins, nr Lechlade, GL7 3JQ - - Top in the Telegraph’s ‘Best Cotswold pubs with rooms’

The Fox - Lower Oddington, nr Stow-on-the-Wold, GL56 0UR -

The King’s Head Inn, Bledington, OX7 6XQ - - The Good Beer Guide Pub of the Year 2018

The Swan, Southrop, GL7 3NX-

The Bell, Langford, GL7 3LF -



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