Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday cottage in Aylesbury Vale - Manor Farm Stables
With countryside views, part of a 16th century property, a luxury rural escape
Self-contained stables conversion in the small village of North Marston in rural Buckinghamshire. The cottage has one bedroom with en suite shower room. The living / dining area has two leather sofas, (of which one sofa-bed), 65' 3D TV with surround sound, Sky TV, Freeview, Blu-Ray player, wood-burning stove. Wifi is available. There is a separate small but well-equipped kitchen with oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge, kettle and plenty of crockery and cutlery. There is private off-road parking on the drive right next to the cottage.
The village has a local community shop, pub across the road from the cottage offering very decent food (runner-up in the Aylesbury Vale Village Pub of the Year competition 2013/14), children's play park, sports field with fitness trail, numerous countryside walks and cycle routes. Use of washing machine, tumble-dryer, barbecue, patio and garden. Secure bike storage available.
North Marston is a 20 minute drive from Leighton Buzzard from where trains take 35 minutes into London Euston, or 10 minutes from Aylesbury Vale Parkway with one hour journeys into Marylebone.
There are several National Trust properties within a 30 minute drive, including Waddesdon Manor, Stowe Landscape Gardens, Claydon House, Ashridge Estate.
The property is half an hour from Silverstone.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Rachel Butler
Our family moved to this village three years ago - and love the rural environment.
Rachel Butler purchased this cottage in 2010
Why Rachel Butler chose Aylesbury Vale
The property has country-side views, easy access to walks and cycle routes and the property and village have all the essentials for a rural escape, including a shop if you want to self-cater or a pub if you prefer not to cook.
What makes this cottage unique
The 65' 3D TV with surround sound, Blu-Ray player and X-box means you do not need to leave the cottage for your entertainment if the weather deters you from going out!