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.”

Gregory HBayside, WisconsinView Full Review on TripAdvisor

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A lovely place to get the whole family into the Christmas spirit, Hatton Country World has a winter wonderland for the kids and lots of lovely shops for the adults. ... See MoreSee Less

For all you clever people out there, I have a bit of a puzzle. I have a bare patch of earth in one of my planters and don’t understand why ? ... See MoreSee Less

For all you clever people out there, I have a bit of a puzzle. I have a bare patch of earth in one of my planters and don’t understand why ?

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There isn’t anything growing in it!!!

Cats may have weed in it!

Fat Cat is to blame😀

Old and New. A staddle stone, (part of a very ancient grain store,) sits in front on our harvested grain today. ... See MoreSee Less

Old and New. A staddle stone, (part of a very ancient grain store,) sits in front on our harvested grain today.

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Staddle stones were great rat deterrents! They knew what they were about years ago! 😁

My childhood farm had a staddle stone barn on it which is now a listed building - historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1341409

Round here they are staddle stones. We have several about which used to support an old granary. This was raised onto brick walls in the 1800’s to create cart sheds underneath

Craig cleaning our lantern in the middle of the car park made it look like new. Thanks Dawn McCloy for the photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Craig cleaning our lantern in the middle of the car park made it look like new. Thanks Dawn McCloy for the photo.

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Happy birthday Craig xxxx

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