Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, right on the edge of the green in Bledington and just a stone’s throw from the fantastic Kings Head pub, the Bledington Barn could not have a more picturesque location.
The pre-existing, 300-year-old, dilapidated barn has been beautifully renovated, recycling and re-purposing the majority of old materials, to create a spacious property set against the exposed stone and original oak beams. The original cowshed window now houses the bathroom mirror, the hayloft ladder is now a towel rail, old engineering bricks have been cleaned up and work fabulously in tandem with the underfloor heating powered by a wood pellet boiler.
What is the capacity for The Bledington Barn?
The eco-friendly barn can sleep up to six guests, spread over three bedrooms. In the first room, there is a king-sized bed with an en-suite shower. The second room can be a twin or a double and the third has a single sleigh bed, suitable for one adult. A pull-out bed is available on request for one extra child.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bledington area?
For those wanting to explore the local area, you can immerse yourself in the grandeur of Blenheim Palace, sip on local ales at Hook Norton Brewery or spirits at Cotswolds Distillery, sample wonderfully sourced produce at Daylesford Organic Farm. The Haybarn Spa is particularly lovely for those in need of a spot of pampering, get up close and personal with the lions at the Cotswolds Wildlife Park or hire a bike with Ty Cycles in Chipping Norton.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Bledington Barn offers a large dining area that caters for up to eight and also has a separate breakfast bar that seats five. If you wish to dine alfresco, there is For those that wish to dine out, the nearby town of Chipping Norton offers a number of traditional Cotswold pubs and restaurants.