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Ember Eve Barn is a luxurious one bedroomed barn conversion which has been awarded 4 Star Gold and sleeps two guests. A romantic retreat for two, Ember Eve is one of two barns nestling in the heart of rural Buckinghamshire amongst beautiful rolling countryside with fantastic panoramic views.
The Barn is located at the opposite end of the building to Harvest Moon Barn (see separate advert). The building nestles amongst grounds of a delightful Farmhouse, and both properties have been equipped and presented to a high standard.
Formerly the corn barn, Ember Eve provides open plan living and can be found at the end of a long private drive in a unique elevated rural position surrounded by open fields, fabulous panoramic views and countryside walks. The surrounding area is a haven for wildlife with deer, rabbits, badgers, hares, woodpeckers and red kites to name just a few.
Ember Eve Barn is a welcoming retreat and an ideal base from which to explore Buckinghamshire and this beautiful part of England. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break, visiting friends or family (Buckingham University is close by) or over in the UK on business, the owners can provide you with knowledgeable advice and enthusiasm, help and recommendations and details of places of interest in the local area.
Do you enjoy star gazing? Ember Eve Barn sits in an elevated position with vast skies that are not affected by light pollution - on a clear night the sky twinkles with stars.
Here you can experience peace, tranquillity and beautiful views, in the heart of the countryside, yet still be conveniently located just fifty five miles from central London, twenty six miles from Oxford ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’ and just eighteen miles from shopping and entertainment in Milton Keynes.
Ember Eve Barn has historical links with nearby Claydon House and other National Trust properties nearby include Waddesdon Manor and Stowe Gardens. Also nearby and within ten miles are: Buckingham Old Gaol; Buckingham Railway Centre at Quainton; Silverstone Circuit; Aylesbury Waterside Theatre; Aylesbury Museum; Bicester Village designer brand shopping outlet; Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital and Visitor Centre and Stoke Mandeville Stadium.
Other places of interest within a forty five minute (maximum) drive include: Milton Keynes Xscape snow dome and shopping; Harry Potter Studio Tour Leavesden Herts; Glebe Canal Cruises; Bletchley Park; Tring Resevoirs; Tring Natural History Museum; Chiltern Open Air Museum; Bekonscot Model Village; Blenheim Palace; Willen Lake Milton Keynes; Warwick Castle; Althorp –Stately home of the Spencer Family; Castle Ashby; Woburn Abbey and Sulgrave Manor.
Christine Hodgins (Manager) joined Independent Cottages in November 2011
Something special - A barn conversion with traditional oak beams, romantic four poster bed, Victorian style slipper bath and wood burner for cosy nights in front of the fire.
Outside: There is a private south facing sunny garden with furniture for relaxing and alfresco dining. Ample parking and bike storage is also available.
Additional information: Egyptian cotton bed linen and towels are provided. Welcome pack provided upon arrival including locally produced goodies, freshly laid eggs, flowers etc. Wi-Fi internet access is free and available for guest use. Unfortunately no pets except guide dogs. Central heating is provided via ECO Air Source. Dimmable lighting throughout. The property is only suitable for babies in arms and a highchair and travel cot are available on request. The barn has a no smoking policy and candles are not permitted to be lit to comply with fire regulations. Lettings normally run Saturday to Saturday however, the owners are happy to be flexible and would consider other start dates by arrangement.
Star Rating: 4 Star Gold
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