A WARM WELCOME TO COOMBE BARN HOLIDAYS
Three cottages sleep 2 in each
Set in beautiful countryside, surrounded by rolling hills and based on a working sheep farm, it possible to enjoy this rural splendour yet only ten minutes from Bath? At Coombe Barn Holiday cottages this is the reality.
Next to the Cotswolds Way, twenty minutes from Bristol and set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty these converted barns are perfectly placed for country and town living. Here at the Coombe Barn Holiday properties you can relax on your own patio or veranda with spectacular views out over the open countryside.
These three recently converted barns are situated at the end of a quiet lane on the family's sheep farm in the picturesque village of Kelston. They are all cosy single storey units that sleep two people in each. With wood burning stoves, whirlpool baths and wrought iron beds you can take a comfortable break in your own private haven. Each barn conversion has a fully fitted kitchen/dinner, bathroom, central heating, colour TV and comfortable sofa.
Near a pub, the Cotswold Way and the Spa city of Bath
'The Old Crown Inn', a traditional westcountry pub, is just a ten minute walk down to the village. Here you can enjoy a wide range of reasonably priced food and a good selection of beverages including local real ales and cider.
There are many beautiful countryside walks from the cottages. These include a walk up to 'Kelston Round Hill', from which you can take in panoramic views over Bath and Bristol. For the more adventurous the Cotswold Way can be accessed via footpaths to the top of the farm. However, with just a ten minute drive ahead of you in order to reach one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it is a must to visit Bath. This stunning historical spa town presents the visitor with so much to see and do from architecture to street entertainment Bath should not be missed.
Converted from an old 'Oxen Shed' this detached cottage combines a traditional feel with modern comforts. You can unwind in the whirlpool bath or in front of the woodburner which, now it has been converted to gas (as in Owl and Badger) gives a cosy real fire at the turn of a button. The spectacular views from this cottage are unmatched in the area and are best taken in while you relax on the spacious veranda.
Owl and Badger Cottage
The original exposed beams have been preserved in these adjoining cottages so that they retain a farmyard feel and have real character. They each have French windows that lead you on to your patio complete with garden furniture and barbeque facilities.
Both of these cottages have luxuriously large corner whirlpool baths (with shower over). All you have to decide is if you would prefer Owl Cottage with the superb view from its bedroom or Badger Cottage with its spacious bedroom with an additional television.
There are no hidden extras with all prices including linen, towels, tea towels, gas and electricity.
Weekly rentals, Saturday to Saturday in pounds sterling
Owl Cottage Badger Cottage Hare Cottage Jan-Mar £250 £250 £270 Apr-May £270 £270 £300 Jun-Aug £300 £300 £330 Sep-Oct £270 £270 £300 Nov-Dec £250 £250 £270
Short breaks available November to Easter. Minimum three nights for £155. Extra nights at £35 per night.
Christmas and New Year prices on request.
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For further information, to check availability or to make a booking please contact;
George and Helen Cullimore,
Coombe Barn Holidays,
Visitus Travel Ltd 1995 - 2010
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|Last updated Saturday 3rd. April, 2010|