The Hayloft Bourton on the Water Gloucestershire
Situated in beautiful Bourton on the Water, in the heart of the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, The Hayloft is a converted Grade II Georgian hay barn. The accommodation for two is modern spacious and stylish. The hayloft is tucked away in a lovely quiet, private spot, with wonderful views across the surrounding countryside.
Accommodation: The Hayloft is modern, spacious and stylish, yet maintains traditional features such as vaulted ceilings, exposed stone walls and wooden beams and floors. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke kitchen cabinets and has a microwave, fridge-freezer, cooker, grill, toaster and Belfast sink. The kitchen is well equipped with cookware, glassware, crockery.
The spacious living area has two sofas and a dining area. Views from the windows look across the lawn towards open countryside and the rolling Cotswold Hills.
The charming bedroom, with traditional exposed beams, has a king-size bed and luxurious White Company bed linen and marino wool blankets. There are built in wardrobes which provide plenty of storage space.
The bathroom has a full-sized bath to luxuriate in and a powerful hand shower to suit all needs. We've created a comfortable and well equipped home so you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
The Hayloft has all the home comforts you would expect including, towels and linen,electric and heating, a flat screen HD TV and wi-fi internet.
Private off-street parking is available.
Location: Walk out of the door and you can have your pick of beautiful walks through the countryside surrounding the village of Cold Aston which is renowned for its unspoilt, rural charm and was awarded the Bledisloe Cup for the ‘Best Kept Small Village in the Cotswolds’. Cold Aston boasts the lovely and newly renovated pub The Plough which serves excellent food and is the ideal place for an evening drink. The village and its surrounding area is steeped in history and was mentioned as far back as the Doomsday Book in 1086.
Cold Aston is also perfectly placed for visiting some of the most beautiful villages and towns in the Cotswold area, such as Chipping Campden, Cirencester and Stow on the Wold. It is an hour drive or train journey away from the historic cities of Bath and Oxford, and forty-five minutes drive from the Shakespeare’sf Stratford upon Avon.
There is a small supermarket, bank, cafes, restaurants, shops and a bakery a 10 minute drive away in the village of Bourton on the Water.