The Craven has closed as a Bed & Breakfast

  A summer picture prior to re-thatching and painting to a matching golden shade    

Roses and clematis cover this pretty l7th century thatched farmhouse. The Craven, which is peacefully situated on the outskirts of Uffington village, was formerly an Inn with it's own brewhouse and is mentioned in "Tom Brown's Schooldays". Set in attractive gardens, the Craven boasts antique furniture, beamed ceilings, and log fires.

Nestling at the foot of the Berkshire Downs, in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside, nearby places of interest include Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Bath, the Cotswolds, Kelmscott Manor (of William Morris fame), Stonehenge and the Avebury Stone Circle, the famous Ridgeway Path, and the historic market towns of Hungerford, Lechlade and Burford; The beautiful village of Uffington is also overlooked by a 380 foot long White Horse cut into the hillside. Easy access to Oxford, the Cotswolds, Bath, Swindon, Heathrow and the M4 - junction 14.

The Craven has recently been completely re-thatched. Click for More about Thatching.

Last updated 7th January 2017