Welcome to Arbor Holiday & Knightcote Farm Cottages

Five award winning self catering farm holiday cottages near to Warwick and Stratford in Shakespeare’s beautiful and Historic County of Warwickshire.

Leave all your troubles behind and relax in this award winning Countryside Hideaway in the historic and peaceful village of Knightcote.

Short Breaks

Available for short stays, ideal for families, friends or a central location for business guests

Family Holidays

For active families who love the natural surroundings of the great outdoors and luxury accommodation indoors!

Friends Together

Ideal central location for friends reunions and get togethers, and just 2 hours away from London

Welcome to Arbor Holiday & Knightcote Farm Cottages

Arbor Holiday & Knightcote Farm Cottages are positioned amongst 600 acres of beautiful Warwickshire farmland in the North of the Cotswolds, encompassing an impressive antique tractor collection, a delightful model railway exhibition, an orchard carp lake with fish feeding and farm trails where you can wander endlessly spotting badgers, deer, butterflies and birds whilst enjoying the outstanding views of the landscape and the Burton Dassett Hills beyond.

The five cottages have been lovingly restored and adapted from 17th Century barns, an old milking parlour and a grain store to provide ‘Five Star’ luxury self-catering cottages for 2 to 16 people, whether staying here for a couple of days or weeks.

Choice of 5 Luxury Self-Catering Cottages for 2 to 16 People

Guest Reviews

“Comfortable, clean, warm, inviting and charming. Staying here is always a great pleasure. Well located for the central midlands. Fiona is so accommodating and easy to deal with nothing is too much trouble. The cottages are quaint and the beds are really comfortable. I would highly recommend staying here in summer or winter. You will not be disappointed. Thanks for another great stay. Looking forward to coming back soon.”

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We are lucky to have some wonderful gardens to visit all around us.

National Trust in the Midlands
The spring flowers are looking beautiful at the places we care for, which are your favourite?
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Easter egg hunt at National Trust - Charlecote Park.

Cadbury Egg HuntApr 13, 10:30amNational Trust - Charlecote ParkExplore the parkland at Charlecote with our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Follow the trail to discover some interesting facts about the property and pick up a scrummy Cadbury prize at the end.

WHEN: Thursday 13th – Tuesday 18th April
TIME: 10.30am – 4.30pm
PRICE: £3 each (admission fees apply)
BOOKING: Not required.
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Cadbury Egg Hunt

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Laura Doran am I allowed to borrow your children so I can go on an egg hunt?? 😀 xxxx

Chris Kenehan

Caroline Voce Jessie Lowick Amanda Elliott jo Jo Brinklow

Bex, you going?

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Sara Lines Jaine Fleetwood Jane Cook Jayne Pyatt Sharon Murray Holly Hunter Amy Wilson anyone fancy doing this on good Friday xx

Lee Ellis xxxx

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Explore the Burton Dassett Hills and the wood to find where Knightcote near Southam Warwickshire used to get its water from.Perhaps understandably, most of the pictures we post of Burton Dassett Hills are of the dramatic landscape type.

So we've broken with convention this time to show you a little hidden (or at least tucked away) gem of the park.

Fox Covert was planted in the 18th Century as a bolthole for foxes during the hunt, and then later for timber. These days it is a nice habitat for wildlife and an attractive quarter mile walk for visitors.

If you've been to the park before, but not ventured into Fox Covert, why not add it to your itinerary on your next visit?!
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Explore the Burton Dassett Hills and the wood to find where Knightcote used to get its water from.
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