Derry Barn is a charming, cosy, stylish, private holiday accommodation ideal for singles or couples. It offers the perfect blend of a stone barn with a modern interior complete with all facilities for a stay at any time of the year. It comes highly recommended by previous guests, many of whom return.
It is in a secure setting on the edge of Ashton Keynes village with the infant River Thames, village shop and pub/restaurant a few minutes walk away. The village is within the Cotswold Water Park and there are about 140 lakes in the area with opportunities for walking, cycling, fishing, water sports and golf.
The many attractions of the Cotswolds are within easy reach with pretty villages and historic towns such as Bourton on the Water, Burford, Bibury and Tetbury just a short drive away. The Roman market town of Cirencester (often referred to as the capital of the Cotswolds) is just 6 miles away with its famous parish church, museum, boutique shops and numerous cafes and restaurants. Ten miles away is Swindon with the Great Western railway museum and popular Designer Outlet. The Roman city of Bath, the dreaming spires of Oxford, Regency Cheltenham and Gloucester with its Cathedral, museums and Designer Outlet are all within easy reach.
June & Alan Bull joined Independent Cottages in October 2012
Outside: Private south facing garden with patio furniture and barbecue for alfresco dining. Secure private parking.
Additional information: Linen, towels, electricity and a welcome pack upon arrival included in the price. Wheelchair accessible. Unfortunately no pets or smoking. Short breaks available (prices for three nights are between £230 and £320 and seven nights are £340 to £480). Kemble railway station is six miles away. Derry Barn is easily accessible from the parking area and is completely level inside with no steps therefore very suitable for people with limited mobility.
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Come for a cosy winter break in a beautiful barn in the Cotswolds.
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