You’ll find this barn conversion sitting snugly in the Chiltern Hills and next to a working farm. There’s something decidedly bucolic about having a cup of tea on the patio and listening to the cows bellow while nearby horses quietly graze. Inside, the abode is stylish and modern, yet homely. The living area makes good use of the space available, with a comfy sofa for resting weary amblers’ limbs, a well-appointed kitchen to make mealtimes a breeze and a dining table for feasts that last well into the evenings. Here, you’re in easy reach of some of the best walking trails in the country and a fifteen-minute drive from Henley-on-Thames. The riverside town is host to quaint tea rooms, a market held every Thursday and an art gallery in a converted fire station. And at the end of a long day, return to the squashy king-size beds and nod off as soon as your head touches the pillow.
Home truths: *All guests must be over 25 to stay here
*A car is essential in this remote area
*This is a self-check-in home with a lockbox
*There’s one parking space available on the premises
*The property is next to a working farm to you may hear cows from time to time
*Horses sometimes graze nearby so please keep noise to a minimum when outside
*Your host kindly asks for you to arrive no later than 9pm so as to not disturb the neighbours
*This home has a private entrance
*There’s a Tesco Express supermarket a fifteen-minute drive away
Holiday with friends,Long stays,Family holiday,Self Catering,Short Stay,Kid friendly (1-12 years)
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