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Luxury Riverside Cottages in Somerset

Riverside Cottages at Oldford are a collection of holiday homes crafted from the original outbuildings to Oldford Farm, a Grade II listed early 17th century farmhouse nestling in the beautiful Somerset countryside.

Set in 15 acres of grounds that include a riverside orchard, fields, riverbank (with fishing rights), ponds and gardens, together with the old Roman Ford that gave the village its name, the cottages provide a charming and tranquil base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and attractions.

The Stable

2 guests
70M²
1 SHOWER ROOM
3 or 4 night breaks from £251

7 night breaks from £296 

Our only 1-bedroom cottage, located in the courtyard opposite the farmhouse and comfortably furnished for two people in deceptively spacious ground floor accommodation.

The Parlour

6 guests
145M²
2 Bathrooms
3 or 4 night breaks from £477 

7 night breaks from £561

In the same courtyard setting this cottage is adjacent to The Stable with easy access to the orchard, the River Frome and the surrounding fields.

The Dairy

6 guests
145M²
2 Bathrooms
3 or 4 night breaks from £555 

7 night breaks from£653 

Nestled in the corner of the courtyard, the Dairy is a spacious and comfortable cottage with a lovely garden to the rear - perfect for BBQ's or simply for enjoying those long summer evenings. 

The Barn

11 guests
230M²
2 Bathrooms
3 or 4 night breaks from £828

7 night breaks from £1175

Formerly two cottages, The Barn was  created for larger groups and families looking to dine and socialize together.  With four bedrooms  and a large dining room, The Barn provides a great solution all under one roof.  Garden to the rear.

The Manger

6 guests
140M²
1 Bathroom
3 or 4 night breaks from £477

7 night breaks from £561

Facing the courtyard, The Manger opens into the inner lobby with stairs to the 2 first floor bedrooms and a door leading into a large lounge. There is a paved patio area to the rear with informal dining tables. 

The Hayloft

5 guests
120M²
1 Bathroom
3 or 4 night breaks from £420

7 night breaks from £495

Situated at the far end of the courtyard this property boasts outstanding views from the first floor over the wildlife ponds and surrounding fields.


The Farrier

4 +1 guests
120M²
1 Bathroom
3 or 4 night breaks from £420

7 night breaks from £495 

Adjacent to The Hayloft this cottage shares the same outlook and easy access to the surrounding fields and wildlife ponds.


  • Varghese Party - Stayed at The Farmhouse, The Stable, The Barn & The Manger

    “I would like to express our thanks on behalf of our friends for the wonderful accommodation provided during the last weekend. All of our friends enjoyed the accommodation and the facilities provided during our stay. Thanks a lot once again.”
  • Gatehouse Party - Stayed at The Stable

    “Thanks for another amazing stay down there thoroughly enjoyed my four days in The Stable the hospitality was first class as always.

    Hope to see you again very soon”
  • Jones Party

    "Thank you to you for a wonderful stay, from booking to checking in, everything was very quick and efficient. We had some lovely days in the garden, walks from and around the house.

    I would highly recommend you”
  • Price Party - Stayed at The Parlour, The Dairy & The Barn

    “Absolutely beautiful place to stay. 

    The cottages are all very spacious and clean. They are beautifully decorated and very homely with all cutlery and crockery and even supplies of bin bags, tea towels, dish washer tablet etc. There was a hair dryer and an iron in the cupboard.

    There is an enclosed area for the kids to play in and lots of grounds to walk around on.

    I could not fault this place at all… it was amazing!!”
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There's Never a Paeleontologist Around When You Need One

The ground floor of Oldford Farmhouse consists of the original stone flags laid 400 years ago. Imagine our surprise when a spillage of some liquid onto the utility room floor revealed the above image of what looks to be a fossilised rodent of some kind. This could easily have been exposed when the stone was […]

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Making Hay While the Sun Shines

Oldford Farmhouse was built in 1620, and in 1900 ran to some 250 acres. These days we have just 10 acres of agricultural land, with the remaining 5 acres being used as gardens, orchard and parkland for the house and holiday cottages. Those 10 acres are put to good use though, providing good grazing for […]

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A Mystery at Oldford Farm

Following the recent dry spell, the River Frome is at the lowest level we have seen in the two years we have been here. When a wooden post began to appear out of the water we were intrigued to know what it was. Why was it put there? Are there other posts like it still […]

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