Three bedroom stone barn conversion in the Cotswolds with private courtyard garden and stunning original featuresI
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
In the charming and beautiful Cotswolds region. Langley Barn is an architecturally extraordinary former agricultural building, originally built in the 18th century, and recently renovated into a four bedroom cottage, available to rent on a self-catered basis. Lovingly converted by award winning architects in a way which remains faithful to the original layout and features while updating the structure with twenty-first century amenities, this is a simply beautiful building which has to be visited in order to be truly appreciated.
As you step through the floor-ceiling glass doors into the main living space, you'll know that you've made the right decision on your holiday accommodation. Everything about this double-height room subtly suggests elegance, comfort and pleasing design, from the burnt orange fitted kitchen cabinets to the property's original green oak beams, exposed overhead. This is the open plan communal area in which most guests staying at Langley Barn choose to spend the bulk of their time, tucking into a delicious breakfast together, unwinding on the sofas after a long day of exploring Cheltenham, or gathered around the farmhouse-style kitchen table for a home-cooked meal. The engineered wood-burning stove is guaranteed to keep your whole party cosy, whatever the season, while even the most ambitious of home cooks will be delighted with the cooking facilities here at Langley Barn.
Upstairs, the sleek and elegant fittings continue in the three bedrooms, which boast four beds between them, meaning the property is capable of accommodating up to eight guests. The rooms are large with high ceilings, sitting furniture, and far-reaching views of the hills and woods for which the Cotswolds is celebrated. You also have the benefit of a washer and dryer, so that regardless of the weather you're well equipped to stroke out every morning. Also, the television is cable-equipped, the Wi-Fi is speedy, and there's a great selection of books to keep you entertained in the evenings.
Although known primarily as a rural paradise, famed for its charming pubs boasting great local ales, excellent food and roaring fires, this area of the Cotswolds is conveniently close to the town of Cheltenham, a must-visit for horse racing fans. Home to one of the country's finest literary festivals, Cheltenham is a thriving cultural centre, which book lovers, theatre enthusiasts, film buffs and foodies will be absolutely delighted by. Closer to home, there is also a wide range of walking and cycling paths which easily take you right out into the hills, immediately offering wonderful views and access to rare birds, gorgeous flora and unspoiled nature.
Birmingham Airport - 1hr 10mins
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