Spacious, Open Plan, Sympathetically Converted Cotswold Stone Barn For Couples
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
Children not allowed
Max guests: 2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
"Our short stay in the Windrush Valley"
Ash's Barn is located in a particularly attractive part of the Cotswolds and having just arrived from Australia we were completely captivated by the views of the delightful village from the Barn. We were in a unique situation as we did not have transport & would have been better off in a B&B close to a village with shops. However the family who owned the Barn were very helpful in giving us a contact for a taxi. We tried 2 different taxis. One was hugely expensive the other totally ignorant of the local area & depended solely on a post code to get him from A to B. We loved the local walks along the river & were captivated by the village. If we were fortunate enough to visit the Cotswolds again we would certainly be happy to make Ash's Barn our stay but would certainly have transport.
Lovely and cosy barn. Comfortable bed.
Beautiful views. The house was perfectly equipped, nothing is missing.
We enjoyed every moment of our stay.
Spotlessly clean, stunning views, convenient location, very quiet and private. Charming home. Few small things: wish there was a dryer, as no place to hang clothes to dry , bedroom & bath upstairs , and very small so large luggage downstairs..no real closet space.
Bring your own spices, paper goods, bath soap. Not many basics in kitchen. Small grocery store in Burford.
However would still come again, and recommend to others because it is truly lovely.
Not properly equipped
This is not a well set up property. No soap/shamoo. No paper napkins. microwave oven not clean and barely worked. washer but no dryer. Location is also not great.
W John Hewett
- english, french
About W John Hewett
My family have lived and worked in Windrush since the 1950s. We are farmers and I run the family farm which is now predominantly arable: growing Wheat, Oilseed Rape and Beans. This little barn fell into disrepair,and following the roof collapsing in 2005 we decided to convert it into a holiday rental. I am glad to say we've had lots of people stay at the barn over the last few years. I grew up at Glebe Farm where my parents still live. I now live at the other end of the village with my wife, Victoria, our two girls, and a dog and cat.