Norton House

Broad Street, Uffington, Faringdon, SN7 7RA

Telephone: 01367 820230

Contact: Mrs. Fenella Oberman

Norton House, Faringdon, 13K


Built in the 18th century, Norton House is a comfortable family home. Accommodation for guests comprises a double-bedded room and a family room, each with a private bathroom, and a single room.

Norton House, Faringdon, 9K

Full English breakfasts, or vegetarian cooked breakfasts with local free-range eggs are provided, with home-made bread, marmalade and jams a house speciality.

  • The Fox & Hounds pub in the village serves meals, and there are other pubs nearby.
  • Transport to or from the Ridgeway can be arranged for foot-sore walkers.
  • We welcome well-behaved children and dogs.
* * * *

Per night

Single: £45.00

Double: £65.00

Twin bedded room £70.00

3 Adults in family room £95.00

4 Adults in family room £120.00

2 Adults + 2 children (under 12) in family room: £100.00

We regret that we do not accept credit or debit cards.

* * * *

7 miles from Wantage and 5 miles from Faringdon, Uffington is fortunate in being off the main roads, so you can enjoy the tranquillity of the nearby countryside. The village is on the Oxford Cycleway.

The Post Office Stores, open 7 days a week, is situated nearby.

The beautiful 13th century parish church of St.Mary is sometimes known as The Cathedral of the Vale. John Betjeman the former Poet Laureate was once a Churchwarden here.

Tom Brown's Museum, open at weekends in summer, is to be found in the former school house, which is featured in Thomas Hughes' Tom Brown's Schooldays.

Norton House, Faringdon, 14K

Uffington lies 1¾ miles north of The Ridgeway, possibly England's oldest road, passing close to White Horse Hill, with its intriguing chalk hill figure, carved 3000 years ago.

Norton House, Faringdon, 7K

  • Dragon Hill, situated below the White Horse is the site where, legend has it, St.George slew the dragon.
  • Wayland's Smithy, an impressive long barrow, is another nearby antiquity 1 mile westwards along the Ridgeway from White Horse Hill.
  • The Cotswolds and the cities of Oxford and Bath are all within easy reach on a day trip.
  • Lechlade and the upper reaches of the River Thames with its long-distance footpath and opportunities for boat trips are a short distance away.

Copyright © 2017, Norton House
Page design by Smooth Hound Systems

Copyright © 1995 to to 2017 Smooth Hound Systems