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Daylesford Organic reveals new luxury holiday cottages

Table and chairs in self catering cottage on Daylesford Organic Farm estate
Orpington Cottage, Daylesford Organic Farm

From April 2021 and throughout the year, Daylesford Organic will launch 16 new self-catered cottages at The Wild Rabbit, its contemporary restaurant with rooms based on the Gloucestershire estate

The new cottages offer the perfect opportunity for staycationers to experience award-winning food at The Wild Rabbit, culinary masterclasses at the cooking school, spa retreats and, of course, stunning Cotswolds countryside.

The accommodation varies from cosy hideouts for couples to roomy family houses which act as a perfect launchpad for exploring the local area. The traditional buildings feature exposed honey-coloured Cotswold stone and reclaimed timber beams paired with bespoke contemporary furniture and carefully chosen antiques. Further design details reflect the surroundings: hazel-wood hooks from fallen trees and handles made from Wootton estate deer antlers. The thoughtful interiors celebrate the heritage of the buildings and locality, while also ensuring the cottages are bang-up-to-date for discerning holidaymakers.

The launch of the cottages coincides with the introduction of a new midweek escape. A curated three-night stay gives exclusive access to the highlights Daylesford Organic Farm offers: spectacular food fresh from the farm, cocktails using local ingredients, rejuvenation at the newly extended Bamford Wellness Spa, discounted goods from the organic farm shop, countryside rambles and cookery classes (the school teaches everything from foraging to fermenting).

Find out more about Daylesford Organic Farm and book a cottage stay here.

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