Newly converted barn conversion offering exceptional quality, modern holiday accommodation about 20 minutes by bus or car to York City Centre. Bus stop three minutes walk and local pub five minutes walk away. Ideal for family groups including the less mobile with access to a large twin or double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. Free Wifi with super fast broadband.
Large open plan sitting room, open to exposed beams and with woodburner, with a well equipped kitchen and dining room suitable for seating eight (extendable to ten). Stairs lead to hallway with access to mezzanine room overlooking the open plan sitting area with pool table and futons that can be laid to two beds. Upstairs hallway leads to: master bedroom with double bed and ensuite shower room; a further twin bedroom with two single beds; and a family bathroom with bath, power shower, basin and wc. Entrance Hall with ample coat and boot storage and access to laundry facilities.
Outside patio area for BBQs overlooking paddocks. Outdoor full size table tennis table. Access to 7 acre wood. Underfloor heating throughout provided by ground source heat pump.
Launde Barn is a unique, high quality barn conversion offering privacy and style just a short distance north of York. The village of Sutton on the Forest is charming, with a popular pub, The Rose and Crown, just 5 minutes walk away, a Georgian stately home, Sutton Park, a beautiful 19th century church, a soon to be opened whisky/gin distillery, a delicious Italian restaurant and a large recreation ground with play areas, boules, football pitch and table tennis table.
The village has easy access by bus into York (for attractions such as the famous York Minster, National Railway Museum, the Yorvik Viking Centre, the Yorkshire Chocolate Story, the City Walls and Racecourse) or the nearby Georgian town of Easingwold.
The barn is ideally situated for access to the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors and other attractions such as Castle Howard, Eden Camp, the Yorkshire Air Museum, Ampleforth Abbey and School and the seaside towns of Scarborough and Whitby. Village shops, both community owned, are located in the nearby villages of Huby and Stillington.