This page should be viewed in conjunction with the local information page, which contains information more appropriate to the residents of Beckford. The links on this page will help you plan your visit to Beckford by highlighting general amenities and things to do in Beckford and the surrounding countryside. Some of the items listed are situated some way outside the village but are within easy reach if you are using Beckford as your base.
If you wish to use Beckford as your starting point for walks PLEASE park your car at the Village Hall as the small carpark in front of the church is used by the residents who live in the adjacent houses. Thank you.
(Main Street, Beckford) We are now open daily, Monday to Friday 8.30-5.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 9-4pm We stock the village stores with exciting local and artisan produce and now offer the following on a daily basis; Local meat, eggs, honey, fresh bread, dairy, coffee, teas, cheese We now stock the fabulous organic and pasture fed Cotswold Beef.
(Teddington Hands Roundabout) Express shop and chilled drinks, groceries, sandwiches and snacks, newspapers and magazines, hot drinks and off license. Open every day till late. This is also a Subway Fast Food Restaurant.
(On the A46, Beckford) The Beckford Inn offers a friendly 'local' atmosphere in the bar area - which offers good beer, bar snacks and with the added advantage of good quality accommodation and restaurant.
The 17th century Yew Tree country pub is set in the picturesque village of Conderton on the edge of the magnificent Bredon Hill. The pub is popular with locals, ramblers and cyclists and handy for the tourist attractions in Tewkesbury, Gloucester, Evesham, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds.
(Teddington Hands Roundabout) The Teddington Hands Inn is renowned throughout the area for our good food and real ales. The skittle alley was converted into a dedicated restaurant ten years ago and the exterior has recently undergone a complete redecoration at the same time as the kitchens being refurbished.
(Ashton-under-Hill) This delightful pub offers superb quality home-made country food. Using the best of local produce, including meats from our own family farm. With cask ales including a guest ale each week and open fires, The Star Inn offers the perfect traditional country pub experience.
(Main Street, Kemerton) The Crown Inn is a cosy village pub nestling under Bredon Hill in the heart of Kemerton. Real ales, real home-cooked food and a real warming fire make The Crown a must for an informal drink, fresh lunch or hearty evening meal.
(on the A46 in Beckford) The Beckford Inn sits on the northern edge of the beautiful Cotswolds. This stunning 18th century coaching inn set in open countryside just off the A46 is the latest pub join the family owned by the Butcombe Brewing Company. For bookings use our book online now page
A traditional 19th century manor house in private gardens just one mile off the A46 between Evesham and Tewkesbury within 5 miles of Beckford. Book lunch or dinner with us and take a look at our superb public rooms. We also cater for meetings, conferences, private dining and occasions in our three function suites. The beautiful location combined with comfortable accommodation make Dumbleton Hall the ideal venue for weddings with up to 100 guests and with grounds large enough to hold a marquee fo
(Back Lane, Beckford) This very special self catering holiday cottage overlooks 3 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with a small lake. The cottage and its setting are immensely pretty, and the owner ensures that all visitors have every care and comfort. The cottage is attractively decorated throughout with good heating making it ideal for short or long stays at any time of the year.
(Station Road, Beckford)
Windfall’ s luxurious blend of old and new with sumptuous free standing baths and even its own baby suite, fully equipped for the youngest guest, is situated in its own private gardens within the grounds of our grade II listed 16th century house on the edge of the village of Beckford, sitting under the lea of the North Cotswolds largest outlier, Bredon Hill.
(Ashton Road, Beckford) Developed around a sand quarry which was last worked over 100 years ago and which has received an award for the quality of the restoration work carried out on the site, Beckford Fisheries offers a three acre day ticket pleasure and match lake and a six acre syndicate lake.
(Ashton Road, Beckford) Founded in 1975, Beckford Silk is first and foremost a manufacturing company. We design, print and make, scarves and ties for heritage outlets and corporate customers and offer a complete manufacturing service from design development to screen making, proofing, printing, making up and packaging.
(Conderton) People are not only drawn to Samantha’s paintings but those who have attended her classes also find her to be an inspiring teacher. Samantha still runs workshops. She finds one or two days teaching a month, three exhibitions a year at her studio plus a varied programme of shows provides a good balance to her working life.
St John the Baptist's church in Beckford is one of five churches in the Beckford Parish. Services are shared between the churches. Click on the link above for information about the church and an up-to-date list of services.