Holiday barn in Slad, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire
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Two local pubs are a 30 minute walk away - The Butchers Arms and The Woolpack. The Painswick Hotel has just opened offering a high end spa, great cocktails and afternoon tea a 10 minute drive.
Living roomDVD player
Dining roomDining table
BedroomsDouble bedKing size bed
Leisure activitiesPrivate garden
- Stunning views across the valley
- Isolated converted barn but still can walk to the pub
- Many walks from your doorstep
Valley Barn: sleeps 4 in two en-suite bedrooms, complete with open plan living space, and large glass windows and doors providing exceptional views over the valley.
Living Space with two large sofas, Freestat TV and DVD player, underfloor heating and Sonos music system which allows you to connect remotely via your smart phone. Stairs leading to master bedroom.
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, double oven and grill, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine and breakfast bar with stools. Door leading to second bedroom. Dining table and seating for four people.
Master BedRoom (sleeps 2) King size double bed, wall mounted Freeview TV with doors leading to an en-suite bathroom. Walk-in shower, large bath, WC and washbasin.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) King size bed that can be two singles, wall mounted TV with Freesat. Door leading to en-suite. Shower, WC and washbasin.
Full length terrace with table and chairs and a large private garden. Parking for 6+ cars.
Please note as the property is set on a hill the driveway is steep to access the property.
Valley Barn offers sleek and modern living whilst being ideally placed in the centre of the countryside. Newly converted in 2014 you will not be disappointed with all it has to offer. From state of the art entertainment systems, two stunning en—suite bedrooms and a large open plan living area and kitchen you could be mistaken for thinking you were in a 5* hotel.
The most breath taking part of this home is the uninterrupted views! Glass doors open across the full length of the front of the building looking over rolling valley hills as far as you can see this truly is an idyllic place to get away from it all.
If you feel like venturing out you will find a variety of things to do on your door step. Walking is exceptionally popular in the area due to the traditional looking villages and great local charm. While you’re out and about why not visit The Woolpack pub which is known locally as one of the best pubs in the Cotswolds and is famous for being frequented by Laurie Lee.
If you fancy going a little further afield you will find Cheltenham with its regency charm, independent shops and cafes, and of course the famous racecourse just up the road as well as Stroud, Gloucester and the rest of the Cotswolds right on your doorstep.
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