The Tithe Barn

Clatterpot Lane, Cottesmore, Oakham, Rutland, United Kingdom, LE15 7DW,

Set in a lovely quiet rural area. The staff and owners are really friendly. After a stressful day the rooms and the surrounding area are quiet and relaxing. Highly recommend if you are staying in the area, this is a beautiful place to stay. They have rooms for families and luxury romantic rooms as well.
Jason Harvey
Jason Harvey
06:13 20 Jul 18
Good place to stay to visit the area. Very good breakfast and friendly staff
Louise Collins
Louise Collins
16:55 16 Aug 18
Excellent accomodation & very friendly. Highly recommended x
Julia Woods
Julia Woods
19:29 08 Sep 18
What a beautiful place . Really cosy, very clean and the best breakfast ever. Looking forward to staying their again . The staff were also very pleasant. 👌👍😁
Brendan O'Connor
Brendan O'Connor
07:24 21 Feb 18
This is such a lovely and very well kept B&B. I've stayed here before and I hope you visit a third time.
Shell bu
Shell bu
21:17 23 Oct 17

5 Reasons to stay at The Tithe Barn

The Tithe Barn is a B&B set within the traditional stone village of Cottesmore in Rutland.  It is well known for being as a “homely” retreat especially ideal for families.  It is set within stunning grounds and has fantastic gardens that children will love to explore.

#1 Welcoming Retreat

The Tithe Barn is a welcome and relaxing retreat for all who stay here. Set within the most beautiful gardens you can’t help but relax as soon as arriving.

The rooms are beautiful and planned so all plug sockets are within reach of mirrors and there is more than one! After all, there is nothing more annoying than staying in a hotel with no plugs.

The superior rooms open out onto the garden which is perfect for families. You can relax on the patio outside your room while watching your children play.


#2 Undiscovered Countryside

Rutland is stunning, it isn’t a county that people thing to visit often. Towns along England coast often seem more favourable to holidaymakers.

Rutland is unspoilt, open countryside and is Englands least discovered. Villages remain traditional, with stone buildings.  Very little modern-day building has taken place here.


#3 Luxury B&B

For a village B&B luxury is the one word to describe The Tithe Barn. Every effort is made to make guests feel welcome and special.  The beds here have high-quality sleep mattresses so you can guarantee to get a good nights sleep. In fact, you won’t want to be leaving the bed they are that comfortable.

Each room has the following facilities:

  • En-suite rooms with either shower and/or a bath
  • Luxury beds for a perfect nights sleep – many beds have pocket sprung mattresses
  • Hypoallergenic pillows and quilts
  • Free wifi internet connection
  • Flat screen TV
  • Irons and ironing boards
  • Hospitality trays with speciality teas, coffee and Horlicks, biscuits and sweets
  • Hairdryers in bedrooms
  • Central heating with thermostatic controls
  • Double glazed bedrooms
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Tissues
  • Cotton wool and cotton buds
  • Sherry in your room
  • Radio alarm clocks
  • Comprehensive local information folder
  • Informative local pub and restaurant folder
  • Freezer facilities
  • Two Superior rooms on the ground floor (in our annexe)
    Superior rooms include bathrobes and iPod docking stations
    Egyptian cotton bedding used in our Superior rooms


#4 Close to Rutland Water

Cottesmore is 3 miles away from Rutland Water.  Rutland Water is one of Europes largest reservoirs and has so much going on.  Surrounding the lake you will find various activities such as water sports, cycling, golf and much more.

Bike and equipment for all sports can be hired from the relevant stations, So you don’t need to worry about bringing lots of stuff away with you.


#5 Tranquill Surroundings

Each village in Rutland is picturesque. Each one has unique places and sites to see, each one surrounded with the tranquil countryside.

There is no shortage of lovely walks here in Rutland and stopping off at the local village pubs is a pleasure.  The local people are nothing but helpful and welcoming to visitors and will often engage in conversation, passionate about the lovely county.