This can be exorbitant in the area. We aim to provide you with some cheap and good quality options and we are sure you will be able to find somewhere really nice without our help if you are in a position to splurge!
We are very interested especially if we can find ways to make it cheaper for people to come here, by staying in bargain accommodation. If you are in the area and are interested in getting on the list, please contact us.
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Staying at Moor Wood
The cheapest option is to stay with us. Caravans, horseboxes with living accommodation and camping in the fields can be arranged- please contact us about this. Bring or hire a tent from us for £10/ night. We sometimes make the studio in our barn available for those prepared to sleep on a sofa (it has no facilities) and, just as with caravan or horsebox with hook up to mains here in the car park, we charge £15 per person per night. This includes access to a loo, shower and sink.
Our annexe is sometimes available. This is a pleasant double bedroom with a small ensuite bathroom- a loo, sink and shower. It is above our kitchen (with no door between them) so we cannot provide ideal privacy and at times may not make it available because of the need to have some of our own! Please note we have 2 young children. For B+B we charge £50 per night, £60 for couples, £70 if a second bed needs to be provided.
We are very keen to find locals who would be prepared to do cheap B+B.
Of course a lot of web sites can provide you with more info on this. Click here to see a good one. Some places are much easier to find than others, and we are in a remote spot, so we recommend you use the maps on that site to make sure you are really booking somewhere convenient for Woodmancote- the one near Cirencester, there are 3 in Glos!
Unquestionably the best value is at Mayfield Camping and Caravanning– they have some trailer homes for hire to non-campers, and do cheap food. This is very near, at Perrott’s Brook, where there is also the Bear Inn/Hare Antiques B+B. Cirencester is a few miles away; the nearest place, the Bathurst is 1+mi down a steep hill. The Bathurst Arms (our local) is popular, but not cheap, and good food and excellent wines are likely to add significantly to the cost of staying there. There is a travelodge at Cirencester. I am told if you book well in advance they can be very reasonable, and they are always one of the cheapest options.