Three new cottages will open next month at The Wild Rabbit in Kingham.
The boutique pub with rooms, which opened in 2013 and is owned by Lady Carole Bamford, will launch the new accommodation in November to take the total number of cottages on site to five.
The new cottages will sleep four and have two double or two bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen with AGA, eating area and sitting room with open fire of log burning stove. Each set of cottages has inter-connecting doors, targeted towards the long-stay group or family market.
The Wild Rabbit welcomed Alyn Williams as chef patron earlier this year, to work alongside head chef Nathan Eades in creating new seasonal menus using ingredients sourced from the nearby Daylesford farm, also owned by the Bamford family.
Before opening his London restaurant Alyn Williams at The Westbury, Williams previously worked with the likes of Marcus Wareing and Gordon Ramsay where he was head chef at his Michelin-starred restaurant Pétrus.
In 2017, The Wild Rabbit welcomed Nathan Eades, former head chef at Michelin-starred Simpsons Restaurant in Birmingham, as its new head chef.
The Wild Rabbit has 12 rooms located in the main building, all of which are named after English countryside animals.