The villages of Upper and Lower Oddington lie in the gently undulating valley of the river Evonlode two miles east of the market town Stow on the Wold – the highest town in the Cotswolds. Upper Oddington is part of the Oddington Conservation area and is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The honey coloured cottages and houses date back as far as the 16th century and the Church of St Nicholas is 12th century Norman. Visitors to this lovely little church will be rewarded with an opportunity to see the rare Doom fresco.

Upper Oddington is ideal for exploring quintessential English villages, historic houses and gardens and an abundance of superb walks of the surrounding area.

Daylesford Organic Farm with it’s shop, resturant, garden centre and it’s holistic spa is nearby. The villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter, Bledington and Broadwell are well worth a visit. Stow-on-the-Wold and Morton-in-Marsh cater for all shopping needs whilst Upper Oddington boasts the splendid Horse and Groom Inn and Lower Oddington is the location of the Fox Inn both offering warm hospitality and wonderful food.

  • Traditional Cotswold Village
  • Two great village pubs/restaurants
  • Daylesford Organic Farm
  • Choice of country walks