A beautifully presented 17th century barn conversion located in the heart of the village of Duntisbourne Abbots in the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This quintessential English cottage offers a wealth of character, which is evident as you enter through the quirky front door!
A seamless combination of comfort and original features, including the original wooden vice, beams and floorboards are evident.
The cottage has a stunning open plan living area complete with well-equipped kitchen, a farmhouse-style dining table which seats up to six guests and a cosy, welcoming sitting area, ideal for relaxing after a day exploring.
Make you way up the ornate spiral staircase to the two double bedrooms, traditionally furnished with quality bed linen ensuring a good night's sleep for all guests.
A stylish bathroom is located between the two bedrooms.
A large garden area with patio makes a great place to sit and relax, forget the helter-skelter of everyday life and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside.
This area offers guests many lovely walks and cycle rides, or why not take in a game of golf, visit a National Trust property or just spend an afternoon enjoying the many traditional towns and villages.
A wonderful converted barn for a romantic break in a beautiful part of the country.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Cirencester 5 miles; Cheltenham 11.4 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 40 miles.
A beautiful village nestling in The Cotswold Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by glorious unspoilt countryside. The village has many lovely walks with the Macmillan Way and Monarch's Way passing close by. Nearby, the ancient town of Cirencester, known as 'The Capital of the Cotswolds' boasts a rich and well-preserved heritage with a Roman Amphitheatre, Corinium Museum and Abbey Grounds. The Brewery Arts Centre offers visitors a unique arts and crafts shopping experience or visit the Bathurst Estate, home to the Cirencester Polo Club where some of the highest levels of polo can be seen. The Cotswold Water Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Britain's largest water park, offers a wide range of activities including boating, water skiing, cycling, golf and horse riding. The area is also host to three nature reserves, all offering many lovely walks. Close by is Bibury, a picture perfect Cotswold village, set in a conservation area, nestling on the River Coln and home to Arlington Row, a 12th century former wool store, now owned by the National Trust, as well as unique shops and tea rooms. Visit the Regency spa town of Cheltenham, with its Georgian architecture and extensive range of shops, theatres, restaurants and visitor attractions, including the famous Gold Cup horse racing or a little further afield is Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, the university town of Oxford, Blenheim Palace and many pretty Cotswold towns and villages including Bourton-on-the Water and Burford.