The property is situated within the owners own grounds. The barn conversation was completed in May 2010 and made into a bright, spacious living space. It has a large open plan lounge with a wood burning stove (for those cosy nights in) and sky TV so you don't miss any TV favourites, with a well equipped kitchen and dining area. There is a king sized bedroom and a double bedroom with plenty of wardrobe space and hair dryers. There is a large bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. French doors
open out to a vast decked area where a hot-tub is situated as is a gas barbecue and sun loungers. This is an enclosed area so very safe for children and dogs A separate room houses the washing machine and dryer. For those with a bit more energy there is a tennis court with balls and rackets. A heated outside pool for you exclusive use is also available from June - September.
The village of North Stoke: North Stoke is about 5 Miles outside Bath. It is on the Cotswold Way and really does have the most fantastic views, in fact being high up we can see both Bath and Bristol. Ideal for dog walkers and guests who enjoy exploring their surroundings. The Stables are situated on the side of a Roman Road and surrounded in history. It is now only used by walkers and the occasional farmer tending his sheep and new lambs which are visible from the property. There are 3 local pubs all in walking distance who all do good reasonable food. There is a church in the village dating back to the Saxon times
There are 2 local golf clubs a short drive away and a fishing lake 2 miles away.
Bath Race Course is within a 1 mile walk. Throughout Summer race nights are put on and the centre of the course is made available for families. Here you can picnic, barbecue and also place your bets on the racing.
Events: The Beaufort Polo Club is a 30 minute drive away. Here between 27th April to 17th September every weekend Polo is played. Situated amongst the tranquility and beauty of the Cotswold countryside, the speed and energy of the sport proves to be a vast contrast. Matches start usually at 3.00pm, so take a picnic, enjoy the surroundings and be enthralled by this fast moving exciting sport - and you never know who you may spot!
October - November is one of the best times to visit Westonburt Arboretum where the autumnal highlights are on show and experience the changing colours of Autumn first hand.
From the end of November and through December Westonburt Arboretum has an illuminated trail where you walk through the famous enchanted wood. The children can see Father Christmas and have lots of festive fun. Hear carols sung from local choirs and eat roast chestnuts with mulled wine. And throughout December any little ones can help Santa find his reindeer.
Events: 25th November - 12th December Baths Christmas Market is open. Held next door to the Bath Abbey and Roman Baths it has previously attracted over 200,000 people from all over Britain. Its a Christmas shopping event not to be missed.