Evenlode, Stow on the Wold & surrounding area
The Old Milking Barn is an impressive, beautifully converted old farm barn that offers the finest in self catering accommodation. Set in the grounds of the owners stunning farmhouse, this historic barn has been carefully converted with contemporary living very much in mind. The vast open plan living space on the ground floor is furnished to a high specification, with the uber cool kitchen a real thing of beauty! Although it offers luxury accommodation in every way, there are some attractive Cotswolds' features such as flagstone flooring and a wood burning stove. The cinema-style projector for a TV (with Freeview) is also a welcome feature. Upstairs are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, while outside there is a private courtyard to the rear and ample parking to the front.
With treats such as Daylesford and Stow on the Wold, literally up the road, this is an exceptional self catering cottage that is as ideal for a family as it is for groups. Stunning!
Entrance through to open plan living space spread across the entire ground floor, a large spacious room with views across the grounds.
Living Area with two large sofas, woodburning stove, cinema style TV projector with normal Freeview channels and DVD player.
Kitchen / Diner, modern and sleek with Corian worksurfaces, halogen hob, electric oven and grill, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine and ample storage. The dining table has six chairs. There is a door to the reary courtyard garden area.
Cloakroom with WC and washbasin
Bedroom One with King size double bed (5ft), chest of drawers and Ensuite Shower Room, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Two with two single beds, one accessed via a small step ladder, a cosy room, full size single beds and some storage - suitable for children only.
Bathroom Two, family bathroom, with bath, power shower over, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Three with stunning views, king size double bed (5ft) chest of drawers and wardrobe.
The property has a private courtyard area to the rear with seating. There is an open area to the front of the barn where you can park, where there is also a small grassed area.
Sorry No Pets. Children Welcome, Cot and High Chair available. Wifi available and included. Heating incl. Starter pack of logs included on arrival.
Friday Changeover Please, but other days considered out of high season periods
Evenlode is a classic Cotswolds village in every sense. Stunning countryside surrounding some beautiful Cotswold buildings in Evenlode give this a unique appeal - locals often describe it as one of the most picturesque in this area. You'll see why! Although there is no pub in the village, you are only a few miles away from Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh. Your nearest pub is the lovely Fox Inn in Broadwell village, which is about 1 mile away and along a little lane! (Broadwell, incidentally, is another cracking village). There are a host of gourmet pubs in the surrounding villages also.
Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh are two attractive market towns each with a wide selection of shops and amenities including supermarkets, plus some good restaurants, cafes and pubs. Moreton has a train station which comes from London Paddington, while Stow is considered one of the most famous and recognisable of towns of the Cotswolds. Small, attractive and bustling it is always a popular spot for a visit.
There is also the renowned Daylesford Organic Farm Shop which has amazing food, a wine merchants and restaurant plus spa to enjoy.
Read more about Stow on the Wold by reading our recent articles
Families coming to this area have a got a wide range of places to to visit including the BBC's Adam Henson farm called the Cotswold Farm Park, where there are many things to keep a young family happy and busy. The Cotswolds Wildlife Park in Burford is also nearby and certainly worth a visit. Alternatively, locations such as the Batsford Arboretum, countless National Trust properties and Stratford Upon Avon are all within 30 mins drive making this an ideal location for a family trip or simply a place to 'soak up' a truly idyllic Cotswolds area.