Exterior | The Barn Reborn, Winchcombe
Living room | The Barn Reborn, Winchcombe
  • Barn conversion
  • Winchcombe
  • NRP

The Barn Reborn

9.8

out of 10

  • 2

  • 1

  • 2

  • 0

Luxury
Wifi
Car parking on site
This spacious detached barn, dating from 1650, adjacent to the owners’ home in Winchcombe, is the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds AONB

This delightful, timber framed barn is situated within the grounds of Grade II listed Charingworh Court, which dates back to the 17th century - a year before Charles II claimed the throne. Now, it provides 21st century comforts, following an architect-designed transformation. Exceptionally spacious, but cosy too, The Barn Reborn is set in a quiet backwater away from traffic, and is the perfect place to unwind in and enjoy a relaxing break in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Barn Reborn is part old and part new - rescued from a state of decay. Now, contemporary furnishings blend elegantly with traditional features and sumptuous furnishings. The marble tiled kitchen/dining room has a warm mellow feel, with painted kitchen units which match the original rosy coloured bricks in the double height timber framed wall. The central reception area is glazed from floor to roof and fills the property with light. A wood-burning stove and underfloor heating keep the barn warm throughout the year. On the first floor, behind an open oak framework wall filled with glass, is an en-suite bedroom with a 6ft oak bed which complements the oak floors and exposed oak timber frame, which all add to the period charm.
An easy stroll away, Winchcombe’s town centre has excellent pubs and restaurants, as well as good food shops and many independent stores. Whether you want to walk, cycle or drive, The Barn Reborn is an ideal base for exploring the countryside. The Cotswolds Way passes the bottom of the drive, and the Winchcombe Welcomes Walkers website offers other, shorter options. Visit nearby Sudeley Castle, renowned for its gardens and as the last resting place of Katherine Parr, sixth and last wife of King Henry VIII. The town also has a famous pottery, and the GWR restored steam railway operates through the seasons.
The celebrated gardens at Hidcote, and other National Trust properties such as Snowshill and Chastleton, are a short drive away. Then there are Cotswolds towns such as Broadway, Chipping Campden and Cirencester, with its Roman roots, to visit. Explore medieval Tewkesbury and its abbey. Cheltenham is 8 miles away, and hosts national literature, music, science and jazz festivals, as well as horse racing. Stratford-upon-Avon, with its Royal Shakespeare Theatre, is also an easy drive. Shops, pub and restaurants 400 yards.

Awards

  • Customers' Choice 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018

Features

Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room

Accessible Cottages

All Ensuite

Barbecue

Barn Conversion

Customers' Choice

Cycle Store

Decorated at Christmas

Detached Property

Dishwasher

Enclosed garden or patio

Garden or Patio

Historical Property

Luxury

Open Fire or Woodburner

Parking - On Site

Pub Within 1 Mile

Shower Cubicle

Washing Machine

Welcome Pack

Wi-Fi

Woodburning Stove

Location

Good to know

Check in and check out times

  • Arrive after 15:00
  • Depart before 10:00

Pets

  • No pets allowed

Car parking

  • On-site

What's included?

  • Wifi
  • Electricity
  • Bed linen
  • Towels

Smoking

  • No smoking, please

Overall holiday experience

Based on 16 reviews

9.8

out of 10

Value for money

9.6

Cleanliness

10

Comfort and Equipment

9.8

Location

9.9

Local amenities

9.6

Overall rating

9.8

greg

  • Orange

  • Couple

10

out of 10

Richard & Susan are wonderful hosts !!!

20 Oct 2022

John

  • Chelmsford

  • Couple

10

out of 10

Excellent accommodation in excellent location for a relaxing and interesting break

11 Sep 2022

ROBART

  • LEIGHTON BUZZARD

  • Family

10

out of 10

GREAT

15 Jul 2022

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