Notgrove, Bourton on the Water & surrounding area
A truly unique self catering experience awaits at this stunning contemporary barn creation, set within the gorgeous Cotswolds hills. Walnut Barn is one of four large barns set on the edge of the Notgrove Manor Estate Farm all of which are awash with sunlight, space and excellent quality accommodation. Walnut Barn is the largest (just!) with an extra living room on top of all the creature comforts found at each of the Notgrove properties. The property is all located on the ground floor with everywhere very 'roomy' and spacious. The open plan living room area is a particular feature, but equally the second living room with its wood burning stove allows for a cosy hideaway if required. Four bedrooms with four bathrooms give this a real Five Star appeal, on top of which you've got a games room too - pool table, table tennis you name it! If you've come from an urban environment then this is heaven!
ACCOMMODATION (all on one level and with underfloor heating throughout)
Entrance through to hallway / utility area with space for boots and coats etc, plus washing machine and washbasin etc.
Kitchen / Dining / Living Area super spacious, limestone floored room with contemporary and fully kitted kitchen area : large fridge / freezer, dishwasher, microwave, electric hob, oven and grill. Large dining table to accommodate up to 10 people comfortably. Living Area with huge 'corner' sofa plus additional seating, large flatscreen TV with DVD player
Living Room Two with two large sofas, woodburning stove, second large flatscreen TV with DVD player, additional occasional table (ideal for playing boards games or cards)
Bedroom One with King size double bed 5ft ('zip and link' and therefore can be split into two single beds), wardrobe, chest of drawers. Ensuite Wet Room with walk in shower (grap rail if required) WC and washbasin
Bedroom Two with King size double bed 5 ft('zip and link and can therefore be split into two beds if required), wardrobe plus Ensuite Shower Room with shower, WC and washbasin
Bedrom Three with King size double bed 5ft ('zip and link' and can therefore be split into two beds if required), wardrobe plus Ensuite Shower Room with shower, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Four with King size double bed 5ft ('zip and link' and can therefore be split into two beds if required), wardrobe, chest of drawers, plus Ensuite Bathroom with jacuzzi bath, handheld shower, WC and washbasin
There is an enclosed patio area to the front of the property with table and chairs. There is additional shared garden area to the rear with large grassed play area along with miles and miles of walks from your front door. There is a shared Games Room with pool table, table tennis table and table football, plus a wall mounted TV. This room can also be booked and converted into a huge dining room if customers book a collection of properties and wish to use this for a large gathering.
There are both individual and communal bar b qs (with covered seating area) for guests to use.
Children Welcome. One Pet Welcome at a charge of £30. Wifi available & incl. Ample off street parking, Security Deposit Required.
Please note that there are two 'Z-beds' available each charged at £50 per weekend or per week
During times of peak demand, full weeks only with Friday start (unless last minute).
The owner requires a Security Deposit of £100 please discuss this at the time of booking.
Set deep in Cotswolds' territory and surrounded by rolling hills and open countryside, this location is the perfect spot for all that is good and glorious about a UK and English holiday. A visit to Notgrove will (we're quite certain) leave you both recharged and relaxed in equal measure. The family have worked hard to create the perfect balance of a countryside idyll with farm animals, chickens, alpacas and you name it plus the chance to take the bikes to scoot around the local lanes (along with other activities to boot!) If you fancy doing nothing then you can go for gold... there's a pool table, table tennis table and table football within 10 yards in the Games Room. You can even get the local chef in to cook for you if you really want to go for it - in the terms of kicking back!
Notgrove is the place that time forgot - a few period cottages clustered around the Estate Manor and gorgeous fresh air everywhere - no time for the X Box here; leave the Wii at home!
If you bring the kids, the Cotswolds Farm Park owned by BBC Countryfile's Adam Henson is about 20 mins drive away, alternatively how about the famous Cotswold Wildlife Park at Burford (15 mins) There are plenty of other options.
If you fancy gastro pubs or simply the best in traditional local pubs, then you've got a huge choice. Try The Wheatsheaf at Northleach for the top end gastro experience, its about 7 mins in the car. The local pub in the village at Cold Aston (The PLough) was refurbished in 2013 and is proving very popular. You can walk across the fields to this pub. We could go on....
If you fancy a little retail therapy, then you've have a good selection - Montpellier in central Cheltenham is attractive (15 mins drive), Oxford is about 25 mins away, meanwhile the infamous Daylesford Country Store is a must visit for those looking for a slightly more expensive treat!!
In short there is something for absolutely everyone here
"A lovely, well laid-out barn with lots of space "Lawley 2017-08-31
"The barn was well equipped and spotlessly clean . It was a advantage to have a bathroom to each bedroom. This cottage was chosen as 4 bedrooms were required and was well suited to our needs. Your website was very easy to use and I need that as I cannot use the telephone as I am deaf. There is a lot to do in the area and we particularly liked Chastleton House and Snowshill Manor (both NT) For pubs we liked The Plough at Cold Aston and the Hollow Bottom both having good friendly service and good food at reasonable prices. Bourton on the water is nice but ruined by to many tourists. Lower Slaughter is worth a visit and has a nice tearoom at the Old Mill. "Atkinson
"Very comfortable and tastefully decorated. Ms Dias, May 2017."Dias 2017-05-05