Berry Farm Barn In the Village

What this place offers

An open space on the property usually covered in grass
BBQ grill
Carbon monoxide alarm
Coffee maker: Nespresso, pour-over coffee
Dishwasher
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit
Freezer

Berry Farm is home to Chris and Claire and their family and you will likely see them busily working around the farm as you enjoy your break in the Cotswolds.

Their newly converted 17th Century threshing barn is the perfect place to base yourself for any visit to the Cotswolds. Nestled at the heart of our working farm, the accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests, so is perfect for larger groups looking for a stunning getaway.  Based in a picturesque village with all the amenities you could need, and just minutes from the water parks and the vibrant market town of Cirencester, your trip can be as packed or relaxed as you’d like.

Full Description

The interior has a chic yet homely feel, with countless rustic character features including exposed stone and ancient beams, and plenty of different areas to eat and relax.  Outside, the patio area is spacious and private, with a BBQ so you can dine al fresco, and a luxury hot tub where you can relax with a glass of bubbly under the stars.

The master suite has a bedroom bathtub and private bathroom, and there are three further bedrooms, as well as a double sofa bed on a mezzanine. With a stunning double height living area with a log burner, three bathrooms, a chic modern kitchen and huge dining area, Berry Farm Barn is the perfect place for family get-togethers or special occasions. 

Take a look at Berry Farms website and see the transformation that the barn went through to get it into the stunning home that is now available for our guests to enjoy!

Our favourite things to do

Check out Bibury

Bibury

Nestled in the scenic Cotswold countryside, Bibury is often celebrated as ‘the most beautiful village in England.’ This charming accolade comes from none other than the renowned designer, William Morris. Upon entering Bibury, you’ll immediately encounter Arlington Row. This line of 17th century weavers’ cottages, originally converted from a 1380s wool store, exemplifies quintessential English country life. Their picturesque charm has become a symbol of the village, making them a favourite among photographers and visitors alike. Adding to Bibury’s serene atmosphere is the River Coln, one of England’s cleanest rivers. It meanders gently through the village, forming the perfect backdrop to the Cotswold-stone cottages. If you look closely, you might even spot trout darting in its clear waters, adding a touch of life to this idyllic scene. Just a stone’s throw away from Arlington Row, you’ll find the Bibury Trout Farm, one of the oldest in Britain. Here, visitors can indulge in a spot of fishing – a delightful way to spend an afternoon, especially with the farm’s offer to prepare your catch for you! The village is also home to St Mary’s Church, a remarkable Saxon church dating back to the 8th century. With its stunning stained-glass windows and a unique sundial dated 1623 in its churchyard, St Mary’s adds a historic touch to the village. Bibury truly encapsulates the essence of the Cotswolds: quiet, quaint, and steeped in charm. It’s a destination that feels like a step back in time, offering a tranquil retreat from the fast pace of contemporary life.

Get something to eat at ...

Henrys

Henrys, formerly known as Harry Hares, is our “local” in Gosditch Street Cirencester Henry’s opened this year in 2022. A seafood Bar and Grill with a social dining experience like no other. All of our ingredients are sourced locally and our chefs bring new dishes to the menu every week so you can enjoy the fresh seafood picked that week. Dine with us inside and out! A social atmosphere for eating and drinking for couples, small or large groups. Henry’s social dining experience allows you to share a range of dishes from the menu with friends and family.

Take a look at ...

Corinium Museum

House Rules

We try to flexible and not to put too many constraints on our guests but we are also committed to looking after our homes.

We welcome up to 2 pets in Berry Farm but talk to us about your plans. Always let us know if you plan to bring pets (there is a small charge per pet) as we need to factor it into our cleans. We do not allow pets into the bedrooms and particularly onto beds. We recognise that keeping pets off the furniture is a challenge so you will find throws available to use please.

Berry Farm is a working farm so take care moving around the yards and be prepared to give way to pedestrians and farm animals. Keep your speed to 5 mph inside of the farm gates and please ensure your pets do not get into the fields where there are farm animals.

No parties, hen nights or stag nights – this really isn’t the place for loud parties as a working farm. Unfortunately due to a number of past experiences we do not allow all male occupancy of our homes. Sorry guys!

And that’s really it – tell us about breakages so that we can replace where necessary. Larger damage and specialist cleaning we will need to discuss with you if necessary.

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Activities near by

Farms

Berry Farm Barn

Berry Farm Barn

History

Corinium Museum

Farms

Butts Farm Rare Breeds

Towns and Villages

Cirencester

Reviews

Marcel

1 month ago

A wonderful and cozy place, a nice spacious house and a view of the lake from the hot tub and the upper balcony - something wonderful. easy operation of the heating system and the entire house in general. A large number of kitchen items and, above all, board games which I did not expect there.

Tracey

1 month ago

Stayed for my birthday weekend with family and friends and my dog. Great location with beautiful surroundings. House was perfect for what we wanted and a lovely chocolate cake awaited. We enjoyed the games provided to.
I would certainly recommend this property and may return in the future.

Nia

1 month ago

Amazing house! Lovely weekend stay for 5 uni friends. Lots of do but as it was winter time we took advantage of the hot tub and chilled out inside. Lovely walk on the Saturday with a lovely local pub close by.
The lake is gated and has residence on as well as rentals.
Would 100% come back.

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