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  • Rambling Rose Cottage

    Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire
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    A sweet two-bedroom, two-bathroom Cotswold stone cottage resting in Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091180)

    7 nights from £564

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  • The Forge

    Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire
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    A lovely Cotswold stone 18th century detached cottage resting in the popular village of Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091271)

    7 nights from £664

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  • Rose Walk Cottage

    Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire
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    A delightful end cottage, in a row of four Cotswold stone cottages, with one-bedroom, resting in Uppder Oddington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091173)

    7 nights from £584

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  • Climbing Rose Cottage

    Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire
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    A delightful mid-terrace Cotswold stone cottage resting in Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091156)

    7 nights from £563

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  • Rose End Cottage

    Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire
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    A lovely one-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage resting in Upper Oddington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091253)

    7 nights from £568

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Upper Oddington and Lower Oddington are traditional Cotswold villages, which together form the civil parish of Oddington. Both villages are very peaceful, being located on a quiet country road, away from the busier main roads of the Cotswolds.

Oddington is known for the fine Church of St Nicholas. It was originally a cell of St Peter's Benedictine abbey in Gloucester, which was ceded in 1157 to the See of York and exchanged with the Crown in 1547. The Norman south aisle probably represents the original nave. The church was all but abandoned among its fields in 1852 and has been little altered since. It contains wall paintings of the Doom on the north wall of the nave, dating to the early 15th century, which were whitewashed over in Puritan times, before being restored by a local resident in the 20th century. Scenes depicted include the Acts of Mercy, the Seven Deadly Sins and Pride.

Food & Drink There are two well regarded pubs in Oddington: 

  • The Horse and Groom, Upper Oddington (www.horseandgroom.uk.com): A quintessential English Cotswold stone inn, dating back to 1580. The bar and adjoining lounge area boast exposed stone walls, flagstone and slate floors, beamed ceilings and a roaring log fire, with an interesting and ever changing selection of local and regional cask ales. The food menu is loaded with passion, imagination and a desire to be the best dining pub in the Cotswolds, with the menu changing with the seasons and a “specials board” that changes twice daily.