Where do we start...
historic, contemporary, cool, inviting, warm - you're almost walking into a magazine shoot!!
This barn has everything.
Located in a quiet corner of Oxfordshire and on the edge of a classic country village,The Linhay is one of a kind.
History suggests the old barn (there are two barns) originally dates back to Tudor times.
Built and perched, literally, on a number of staddlestones it stands tall and proud in the grounds of the owner's beautiful cottage it's filled with classic character, so much that you have to admire at how barns were built all those years ago.
Today, the owner, who is a creative and passionate tour de force, has used all her experience to bring the barns to life with beautiful furniture and now is simply an exceptional choice, ideal for families or couples looking for a break in an attractive location.
Three good size bedrooms, plus two super-smart bathrooms make it ideal for all party sizes.
There is a good pub about 5 mins walk away and a range of super walks literally from your door.
With Oxford about 20 mins drive away and the shoppers paradise of MacArthur Glen 25 mins away, you have got everything for a great break in a superb self catering home.
We absolutely love it!
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor super king size double, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x first floor double (is located in the old barn, connected to the new barn via a small walkway)
Bathroom with bath, hand held shower, basin and WC, shower room with shower, basin and WC.
Living area with woodburner.
About the location
Bibury 14.5 miles; Oxford 18 miles; Cirencester 18.5 miles
This historic market town rests within the wonderful countryside of the Vale of White Horse in Oxfordshire. The Cotswolds lie to the north and the North Wessex Downs AONB to the south. Its characterful streets play host to a vast array of restaurants, shops and cafés making for delightful stop-off points during your visit. Also find Faringdon Folly, a striking tower surrounded by woodland, from which you can enjoy far-reaching views of the area nearby. Faringdon's Olf Town Hall is Grade II* listed. Buscot Park is home to an 18th century National Trust-owned mansion as well as some immaculate water gardens. Find the market town of Cirencester on the fringes of the Cotswolds, with the idyllic village of Bibury also close by, noted for its quaint cottages. Something different can be enjoyed in the city of Oxford, displaying many fine examples of dramatic architecture.
Note: The third bedroom is upstairs in the old barn, which is connected via small walkway to the new barn.