Ash's Barn is a spacious open-plan living space, ideally suited for couples, with wood-burning stove, underfloor heating, kitchen with dining, and above, mezzanine floor with king size bed and shower room. The barn is quiet and secluded, nestled on the side of the a hill, on the edge of the picturesque Cotswold village of Windrush, and has commanding views across the Windrush valley. The barn has retained many of its its original features with high ceilings, limestone walls and oak beams. Outside, it has its own parking, garden and terrace, which looks out over the surrounding countryside.
Ash's Barn is located in the corner of an old farm yard; a large stone barn separates it from the rest of the buildings at Glebe Farm, making it a private space away from the farmhouse and nearby horse stables.
Ash's Barn has high speed cable internet/WiFi access.
The barn was originally used for storing and thrashing corn (wheat/barley) grown on the farm. Shocks of corn were pitched through what is now the bedroom window and were thrashed by hand on a stone floor (the stone from which now makes up the patio area).
The barn is named after Alan Ash who worked on Glebe Farm for more than forty years.
Glebe Farm now forms part of a larger arable farm and although still a working farm the buildings at the Glebe are mainly used for stabling and storage.