Ember Eve Barn Middle Claydon near Buckingham
Ember Eve Barn is one of just two self catering barns which, if taken together, can sleep up to 6 people plus cots.
Ember Eve Barn is a newly renovated character barn, recently awarded an EnjoyEngland Gold Award and 4 Stars. Set high on Old Blackmoor Hill with wonderful panoramic views over the surrounding Buckinghamshire countryside towards the northern edge of the Chiltern Hills, this is a truly peaceful, rural location with an abundance of wildlife - deer, badgers, rabbits and hares, woodpeckers and red kites are just a few of the regular visitors.
Accommodation: One double bedroom sleeping up 2 people, with a romantic Four Poster bedstead with Egyptian cotton linen and a feather duvet. Cot and high chair available on request. There is a high quality Victorian style Bathroom with slipper bath, walk in shower unit and shaver point.
The new country style fitted kitchen and dining area features oak topped work surfaces, wooden flooring, a ‘Shabby Chic’ dining table and chairs providing a comfortable environment for relaxing and entertaining.
Other features include:
Wood burning stove (basket of logs included )
40" surround sound TV with DVD
Fully equipped kitchen area with cooker, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
Private south facing sunny garden with garden furniture
Balcony with views over surrounding countryside
Welcome Pack – local produce, new laid eggs , fresh flowers etc
Free wi-fi internet access
Sorry no pets at present – although guide dogs welcome
Highchair and travel cot available on request
Within easy Reach of Buckingham, Aylesbury, Oxford or Milton Keynes for the business professional
Helicopter landing area.
For avaiability and prices please call 07703 171645.
Things to do: locally there are the National Trust Properties of Claydon House, Waddesdon Manor and Stowe House and Gardens. Slightly further afield are the Bicester Village Outlet Shopping Centre, the 'dreaming spires' of the City of Oxford and just to the north of Oxford in the Cotswolds, the beautiful town of Woodstock and the world famous Blenheim Palace.