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Bibury Farm Barns – Bibury, Gloucestershire

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In 2017, fourth generation farmer George Phillips and his wife Polly set about converting five ancient stone barns on their land into a self-catering rural retreat. The result is a series of gorgeous hideaways suitable for everyone from young families to large gatherings, each combining contemporary style with rustic character: wood-beamed kitchens, open-plan living spaces with log burners and private courtyards for al fresco dining. Photographs and paintings by local artists adorn the walls; there are huge marble-effect showers and verdigris bathrooms; snugs for film nights and boot rooms for kicking off muddy wellies after walks – perhaps along the River Coln or around chocolate-box Bibury village, a ten minute walk away. The largest, The Grain Store, sleeps ten and has a large cedar hot tub; the smallest, the Cart Shed, sleeps six. The barns can be booked individually or together, and there’s a concierge service so anything from a fully stocked fridge to chef-cooked dinners can be arranged. Located between Burford and Cirencester, this is an ideal base from which to explore the Cotswolds.

From £1,650 for a three-night weekend stay in a three-bedroom barn, low season

+44 (0)1285 706188; biburyfarm.com 

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