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Broadway Luxury Barn

Broadway, Cotwolds, England

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The National Trust owned Snowshill Manor is 1 mile away; so too is the nearest pub. The Barn is in the grounds of 16th century Game Keepers Cottage which has some 50 acres including a private wood and stream. There are some fantastic walks on the doorstep including the Cotswold Way some 500 yards from the property. There are many historical properties to see, along with pubs and restaurants to visit. There is a good small supermarket in Broadway and an excellent butcher.


4 guests 
Two bedrooms
Two bathrooms
Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
Sorry; babies cannot be accommodated at any time
Children must be over 14 years old
The accommodation is on the ground and first floors
Ample parking 

Exposed beams and flagstone floors.
Access via french doors to large private gravel patio and gardens with unhindered views.
A very private property set in 50 acres of grounds including a private wood and stream.
Todenham Manor Farm can deliver a box of fresh meat to your cottage for your stay. Please visit for further details.

Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use.
Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge.
Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor Rural Retreats will be held responsible. 
Property layout: 
Ground floor: Hall, downstairs cloakroom with wc, kitchen opening into dining room, sitting room.
Galleried staircase from dining room to master double bedroom with 5' bed and en suite bathroom with wc and shower.
Second double bedroom with 4'6'' bed and en suite bathroom and wc. 

Oil central heating.
Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Sky TV, video, DVD.
Wi-Fi internet access available.
Garden furniture. Barbecue. 
Visitors' Notes:
Things you need to know about Buckland Wood Barn if you're thinking of booking a holiday there:

Children welcome but note additional restrictions apply; see Overview

23 Dec 2011 to 30 Dec 2011 (Christmas/New Year): the duration of your stay must be 5 nights or longer
25, 26 and 31 Dec/01 January: sorry, these are not permissible as holiday start dates
30 Dec 2011 to 05 Jan 2012 (New Year): the duration of your stay must be 4 nights or longer
At other times the duration of your stay must be 2 nights or longerSmoking is not allowed inside property
Pets are not allowed.


Local Favorites
Favorite Local Pub
Name: The Swan
Interesting Facts: A traditional village pub set in the beautiful Vale of Evesham between Evesham and Stow-on-the-Wold. The Swan sits on the High Street of the pretty village of Broadway, a short drive from the Cotswold towns of Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Campden and half an hour from Regency Cheltenham.
Unusual or interesting place in the area
Tower Country Park: Among the attractions of Broadway Tower Country Park, on the outskirts of town, is its tower, an 18th-century "folly" built by the sixth earl of Coventry and later used by William Morris as a retreat. Exhibits describe the tower's past and the local Arts and Crafts movement, and the view from the top takes in three counties. (The tower normally stays open longer than the advertised times in fine weather.) Peaceful countryside surrounds you on the nature trails and picnic grounds. Bath: "I really believe I shall always be talking of Bath... Oh! who can ever be tired of Bath," enthuses Catherine Morland in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, and today plenty of people agree with these sentiments. In Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you are surrounded by magnificent 18th-century architecture, a lasting reminder of the vanished world described by Austen. In the 19th century the city lost its fashionable luster and slid into a refined gentility that is still palpable
Favorite Local Restaurant
Name: Crown and Trumpet
Type of Restaurant: Casual
Type of Food: Local
Interesting Facts: Situated just behind the village green of Broadway this traditional 17th Century Inn, is built in Cotwolds stone. Serving lunch and dinners all through the week using locally produced ingredients to make seasonally cooked home made dishes. Sunday roasts with Cotswold Beef and Tewkesbury Mustard. We have also four exclusively brewed seasonal beers. In the winter there is an open fire in the bar with our own mulled wine and hot toddies and in the summer you can have a Pimm's on our patio. Monthly Jazz and Blues evenings as well as musical entertainment every Saturday evening. We hope to welcome you to the Cotswolds.
One thing visitors should not miss
Berkeley Castle: Berkeley Castle, in the sleepy village of Berkeley (pronounced bark-ley), is perfectly preserved, down to its medieval turrets, and full of family treasures. It witnessed the murder of King Edward II in 1327—the cell in which it occurred can still be seen. Edward was deposed by his French consort, Queen Isabella, and her paramour, the earl of Mortimer. They then connived at his imprisonment and subsequent death. Roger De Berkeley, a Norman knight, began work on the castle in 1153, and it has remained in the family ever since. Magnificent furniture, tapestries, and pictures fill the state apartments, but even the ancient buttery and kitchen are interesting. The surrounding meadows, now the setting for pleasant Elizabethan gardens that include a tropical Butterfly House, were once flooded to make a formidable moat. Special events take place year-round.
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