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Trinity House
Luxury Bed and Breakfast
Cotswolds, UK
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Trinity House

At Trinity House, you will find peace and tranquillity with 21st Century comfort. The longer you stay, the more difficult it is to tear yourself away but even two nights work their restorative magic.

Here you will find the best of welcomes, five star luxury and superior quality in a rural village setting. Positioned on the edge of Oddington in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it has far reaching views over farmland, the village and the Evenlode Valley. At this lovely family home, you are offered luxurious bed and breakfast, warm hospitality and an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary.

Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, only 2 miles from Stow on the Wold, Oddington is a quintessential Cotswold village with honey coloured stone cottages, two excellent pubs and St Nicholas’ 11th Century church with its Doom painting.

Your Hosts

Zelie and her family have lived in the Cotswolds for 30 years. She shares her home with Mocha, a Heinz 57 terrier. They all look forward to welcoming you to Trinity House, Upper Oddington, and to making your stay special – nothing is too much trouble.


Trinity House
Upper Oddington
Stow on the Wold
GL56 0XH

Trinity House is here: Cotswolds, The Midlands , UK

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If you are looking for a delightful experience of luxury bed and breakfast, you will find it at Trinity House. 

The welcome, the quality, the food – all combine to give you that certain feeling that you are in a good place. When you arrive there will be home-made cake and tea or coffee awaiting you. The sitting room has a huge log fire in winter and comfy sofas and chairs, where you can relax, read, chat or snooze. Terraces abound for all the different times of day, catching the sun or drinking a chilled glass of wine in the evening whilst taking in the views.

Advice in abundance is available to help you plan your explorations.

  • Three supremely comfortable bedrooms, with 6’ x 6’6” beds, all of which can easily be adapted from a double to a twin
  • Ensuite bathrooms with baths, walk-in power showers, heated towel rails and quality toiletries
  • Impossibly cosy toppers, Hungarian goose down duvets and pillows or blankets and eiderdowns, whichever you prefer! You will also enjoy the finest quality Egyptian cotton linen, towels and bathrobes
  • Flat screen TV’s, fresh flowers, WIFI, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers
  • Choose Meadowsweet, a huge double room with its own private staircase. Charming and quirky with an interesting mix of antique and modern furnishings, it has the stunning views to Daylesford from the private balcony overlooking the garden
  • Or Willowherb, a spacious double/twin room, with wonderful double aspect views over the garden and surrounding countryside. There is a comfy Chesterfield sofa where you can relax and read or watch television
  • Or even Haycocks, a large room on the ground floor with a huge window overlooking the garden and French doors to a private terrace with amazing views over the valley to Daylesford Organic Farm Shop
  • Guests have use of a spacious but cosy sitting room, at any time of the day. With an open log fire and comfy sofas, this is the ideal place to relax, catch up with reading or conversations and have a well earned cup of tea with home-made cake, after an exhilarating day of exploration
  • Enjoy the changing light on the terraces where you can choose your view depending on the time of day

Food and Drink

In house cuisine: Choose from a wonderful and generous Cotswold breakfast to set you up for the day or a less heart-threatening continental one. On chilly mornings, breakfast is served in the dining room and, when the sun is shining in the summer, on the terrace. Freshly squeezed fruit juice, organic yoghurt, seasonal fruit and compotes; cereals or on winter mornings a steaming bowl of porridge with golden syrup and cream; local free range organic eggs, sausages and bacon, smoked salmon, kippers and kedgeree (ordered in advance), and then homemade bread, marmalade and jam. The choice is yours. This is a real foody home.......! We are happy to cater for any special dietary requirements – just let us know.

From time to time, Zelie may be able to offer dinner for a party of guests. Please enquire.

Eating outWith two excellent pubs, The Horse and Groom and The Fox, within walking distance and many others within a 5 mile radius, finding somewhere to eat will never be a problem. We can provide a recommended list and will be happy to make reservations for you, but don’t leave booking too late or you might be disappointed (Tables 3 and 14 at The Fox in Oddington are particularly special).

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Oddington is a quintessential Cotswold village with its honey coloured stone cottages and two excellent pubs within walking distance. In a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation area, it nestles on the side of a hill with views over the surrounding countryside and the Evenlode Valley. It is the perfect location to explore Gloucestershire and the neighbouring counties of Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

  • Two foody pubs within walking distance and many more within 5 miles or a homemade hamper or picnic for lunch
  • The Jewels in the Cotswold Crown: Upper and Lower Slaughter, Chipping Campden and The Guitings, Kiftsgate and Hidcote gardens and many others less well known who offer private visits, Snowshill, Chastleton and Upton National Trust properties
  • Endless walks through the stunning Cotswold countryside on your doorstep
  • Boutique shops, charming coffee shops, antiques, art, reclamation and architectural salvage
  • Spa treatments, cookery courses and organic food shopping at Daylesford Organic


On the map: 2 miles east of Stow on the Wold
By car: From London, 85 miles 1¾ - 2 hours – traffic dependent
By train: Kingham Station (on the Hereford line from London Paddington 1 ½ hours)
By air: Birmingham International Airport: 50 miles, London Heathrow: 70 miles, Bristol: 70 miles


From £55.00 per person per night, double occupancy, including homemade cake for tea, and a breakfast of your choice.


Bed and Breakfast

From £55.00 per person per night, double occupancy, including homemade cake for tea, and a breakfast of your choice.

Single Occupancy

Sunday - Thursday £70.00
Friday - Saturday £85.00

From Easter through to 30 September, we offer a minimum of two nights stay when including a Saturday night. However, do please enquire for a 1 night stay – we might have a gap!

To confirm the booking, we require a 30% (non-refundable) deposit by cheque, debit or credit card (charges apply). We reserve the right to charge the full amount due in the event of a late cancellation within 48 hours of the arrival date where we are unable to re-let the room(s), or due to a no show.

Balance payment to be made prior to departure by cheque, cash, and credit/debit cards. For all credit card transactions, there will be a surcharge of 3%.

Dinner: £25.00 two courses/£35.00 for three courses. Dinner will only be available for parties of four or six.

Check in: 4.00pm to 6.00pm

Check out: 10.30am

We love to know an approximate time of arrival so that we can greet you at the door. If you think you will be late just give us a call: 01451 831284. You can leave later if previously arranged and if we do not have other guests arriving on that day.

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Out and About near Trinity House

  • Abbey House Gardens
  • Ashleworth Tithe Barn
  • Baddesley Clinton
  • Bath Racecourse
  • Batsford Arboretum
  • Belas Knap Long Barrow
  • Berkeley Castle
  • Bibury
  • Blackfriars Priory
  • Blenheim Palace
  • Bodleian Library
  • Bourton House Garden
  • Bowood House & Gardens
  • Bradford on Avon
  • Bristol and Gloucester Gliding Club
  • Broadway
  • Broadway Tower
  • Broughton Castle
  • Burford
  • Burford Garden Company
  • Buscot Park
  • Castle Combe
  • Castle Combe Circuit
  • Cerney House Gardens
  • Charlecote Park
  • Chastleton House
  • Chedworth Roman Villa
  • Cheltenham Racecourse
  • Chepstow Castle
  • Chipping Campden
  • Cirencester
  • Cirencester Amphitheatre
  • Compton Verney
  • Corinium Museum
  • Cotswold Clay Club
  • Cotswold Falconry
  • Cotswold Farm Park
  • Cotswold Gliding Club
  • Cotswold House Hotel Spa
  • Cotswold Riding
  • Cotswold Way
  • Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
  • Cotswolds Westfield Shooting
  • Coughton Court
  • Court Barn - A Museum of Craft and Design
  • Croome
  • Dancing Trousers
  • Daylesford Organic Cookery School
  • Daylesford Organics
  • Durham's Farm Riding School
  • Dyrham Park
  • Eight Bells, Chipping Campden
  • Gloucester Cathedral
  • Gordon Russell Design Museum
  • Great Witcombe Roman Villa
  • Greyfriars
  • Hailes Abbey
  • Hanham Court Gardens
  • Hart Gold & Silversmiths
  • Hay Barn
  • Herbs for Healing at Barnsley Herb Garden
  • Hicks at Cotswold House
  • Hidcote Manor Garden
  • Highgrove Gardens
  • James Bolton Garden Tours
  • Kelmscott Manor
  • Kiftsgate Court Gardens
  • Kinwarton Dovecote
  • Lapstone
  • Ledbury
  • Little Malvern Court & Gardens
  • Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
  • MacMillan Way
  • Made by Bob
  • Malmesbury
  • Malmesbury Abbey
  • Malvern Theatres
  • Michael's Mediterranean Restaurant
  • Mill Dene Garden
  • Minchinhampton Commons
  • Miserden Park Gardens
  • MSpa at Lapstone
  • Newark Park
  • Number One Royal Crescent
  • Oxford
  • Painswick
  • Painswick Rococo Garden
  • Pino's Ristorante
  • Ragley Hall
  • Rollright Stones
  • Rose and Crown
  • Ross on Wye
  • Rousham House & Garden
  • Royal Forest of Dean
  • Russell's, Broadway
  • Scotts of Stow
  • Sezincote House
  • Shakespeare's Way
  • Snowshill Manor and Garden
  • St James Church, Chipping Camden
  • St John the Baptist Burford
  • St Mary's Church, Kempley
  • St Nicholas Church, Oddington
  • St Peter and St Paul, Northleach
  • Stanway House & Fountain
  • Stone House Garden
  • Stow on the Wold
  • Stratford on Avon Racecourse
  • Sudeley Castle
  • Sulgrave Manor
  • Symonds Yat
  • Tadmarton Heath Golf Club
  • Tetbury
  • Tewkesbury Abbey
  • The Ashmolean Museum
  • The Bell Alderminster
  • The Butchers Arms
  • The Butchers Arms
  • The Chequers
  • The Churchill Arms
  • The Ebrington Arms, Ebrington
  • The Feathered Nest Inn
  • The Foodworks Cookery School
  • The Fox & Hounds Inn, Great Wolford
  • The Fox Inn, Lower Oddington
  • The Horse and Groom, Bourton on the Hill
  • The Horse and Groom, Upper Oddington
  • The Howard Arms
  • The Inn at Welland
  • The Inn at Welland
  • The Kingham Plough
  • The Kings Head
  • The Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter
  • The New Inn
  • The Old Mill Shipston on Stour
  • The Seagrave Arms
  • The Swan at Southrop
  • The Swan Inn
  • The Village Pub
  • The Wheatsheaf Inn
  • The Wild Rabbit
  • Thermae Bath Spa
  • Three Choirs Vineyard and Estate
  • Thyme Food School at Southrop
  • Tintern Abbey
  • Upton House & Gardens
  • Warwick Castle
  • Warwick Racecourse
  • Westbury Court Garden
  • Westonbirt, The National Arboretum
  • Whichford Pottery
  • Windrush Bourton on the Water
  • Woodchester Park
  • Woodstock, Home to Blenheim Palace

Events near Trinity House

  • 10th March 2020
    Cheltenham Festival and Gold Cup 2020

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