If you like peace and tanquility, but want action nearby Dairy Cottage could be for you!
Set within a small farm dating back to the 17th Century, this attractive holiday home enjoys some fantastic views across open countryside, where you are free to roam for miles and miles - especially if you decide to bring your dog.
Not only that, but you are right on the edge of the Cotswold Water Park where more paths lie waiting to be explored or wildlife to be spotted.
Alternatively, at the Water Park's lakes you could decide to sail, canoe, bike plus a host of other activities that will keep you energised and active!
Inside the barn there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms plus an open plan living space that is spacious, vaulted and looking towards the great views.
The barn's conversion has been to a good standard with some lovely touches throughout, such as the heated limestone flooring which looks great, the wood burner for those winter evenings and two bathrooms.
In our opinion this is families and pets will enjoy this property which offers, space, tranquility and convenience for everyone.
You may even get some eggs from the chickens from the very hospitable (but non-invasive!) owners who live in the farmhouse.The cottage is on one level and therefore suitable for those with limited mobility.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x twin, 1 x double plus ensuite bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin. Shower room with WC, shower and washbasin. Living/dining room. Kitchen.
About the location
Cirencester 8 miles; Swindon 15 miles.
Located in north Wiltshire bordering Gloucestershire, Ashton Keynes is positioned on the banks of the River Thames. Lying within the Cotswold Water Park and split by the River Thames, which has many channels here, centred 6.5 miles from its source at Thames Head.
Within the village of Ashton Keynes there is a pub named the White Hart Inn, as well as a village shop. Formerly known as Aesctun in 800 AD, Ashton Keynes appeared in the Domesday Book, with ten variants of the name being recorded over the past 800 years. The local school is a voluntary controlled school. Parts of the school building date back to 1870.
Seven minutes car ride away is the Saxon town of Cricklade, lying just outside the Cotswolds ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Cricklade is surrounded by lovely countryside and is ideal for walking, riding and cycling.
Note: Accomodation is all on one level