Set in over 2.5 acres of original farm land and surrounded by a further 6 acres of a former quarry, now a nature reserve, the accommodation has various decks and seating areas from which you can enjoy stunning views over the Cotswolds and Windrush Valley. Set on a National Trust Estate, the near by woodlands and grounds are perfect for outdoor fitness training.
A stunning barn conversion, which took 7 years to complete to a very high standard, now has 10 double*/twin bedrooms available, all with en-suite showers and w.c.
The big barn has a magnificent high timbered roof, and a gallery looking down over an open plan living area, with a stone chimney and wood burning stove. A baronial dining table for 20 stands on a warm flag stoned floor, under a chandelier.
A big screen TV with Satellite Freeview is concealed in an oak cupboard beside the fireplace, and a Hi Fi CD set in a massive bookcase. A Wi-Fi receiver allows for any number of lap-tops to connect.
The open fronted terrace faces south, and provides an alternative sitting or eating area, complete with under-floor heating and another wood burning stove.
Adjoining the barn is an open fronted terrace facing south across a landscaped courtyard. For winter months sliding glass doors will keep out the weather, and the stone flagged floor has under-floor heating, cosy seating and a wood burning stove. The central courtyard garden is a natural sun-trap.
Half way between Oxford and Cheltenham, in the centre of the Cotswolds, it is easy to reach from anywhere in UK. The Cotswolds are very central and accessible, and one of the prettiest areas. Just off the main A40 about an hour from Heathrow.