"Originally a cart shed and stable block Little Saxon Barn has been sympathetically restored and renovated retaining many of the charming original features such as wooden ceiling beams and high vaulted ceilings. Sleeping 10 with a private hot tub it is a perfect place for holidaying with family or friends.\nThe property itself is actually two barns that are semi- detached which can sleep five in each one boasting a hot tub in the courtyard garden for all of the party to enjoy. The properties have all the modern conveniences you might need with smart and functional kitchens open plan sitting rooms and beamed bedrooms.\nSet in a unique setting on one of the oldest sites in Gloucestershire the barn offers fantastic views over the countryside and a pretty fishing pond and backs onto an impressive Anglo Saxon chapel.\nLittle Saxon Barn is in the centre of a pretty Cotswold village and you will find the local pub 100 yards up the road ideal for a drink or a spot of lunch after walking the number of rambling paths on your door step. Jump in the car and within twenty minutes you will find the historic towns of Gloucester where parts of Harry Potter films were made in the imposing Gloucester Cathedral and also the chic spa town of Cheltenham."
Little Saxon Barn: sleeps 10, it is a complex consisting of two neighbouring barns, each barn can accommodate 5 people, the complex includes parking, a hot tub and outdoor living space.
Leonard Barn has 2 bedrooms.
Stanley Barn sleeps 5 over two bedrooms and is the barn which includes the hot tub.
Sitting Room with three sofas, coffee table, side tables, book shelf with selection of books, TV with Freeview.
Kitchen/Diner with electric Oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, breakfast bar and two stools, Table and six chairs.
Bedroom 1(sleeps 2) King-size bed, small wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 3) Double bed that can be made into two singles, single bed, wardrobe
Bathroom with roll top bath with shower attachment, separate shower, wash basin and WC
Sitting Room/Diner with three sofas, coffee table, TV with Freeview, stereo, side tables, table and six chairs, selection of books.
Kitchen with electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer, table and four chairs.
Downstairs cloakroom with shower.
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) King-size bed, wardrobe, shower. Small door leading to outside stairs and into courtyard.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 3) Double bed, single bed, wardrobe.
Bathroom with roll top bath with shower attachment, wash basin and WC.
Hot tub (in Stanley Barn)
Table and four chairs
Shared washing machine and tumble dryer in outhouse.
What you need to know
Minimum 3 night stays
Cot and highchair available
Guests use the hot tub facilities at their own risk, and due to harsh chemicals used for maintenance purposes some skin types may react.
A security deposit of £250 is required at this property. This will be collected automatically 7 days prior to arrival and refunded (unless a damage claim is received) 7 days after the end of your stay. Please note that your refunded security deposit will take 3-5 days to appear in your account. For your convenience, we’ll take this payment from the last card used to make payment to us. If you would prefer to use a different method of payment, please let us know before the security deposit is due.
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