SLEEPS 2 + 2 (*For extra space, see below note)

Dryhill Barn is a romantic rural hideaway which enjoys far-reaching views to the Malvern Hills and beyond. The prepared walking trails lead to the vineyard and lake below or up to Crickley Hill and the Cotswold Way high above. Here, you can stop for a coffee at the Visitors Centre or head down to the pub by the village cricket ground.

This 18th-century Cotswold barn conversion has exposed “A” frame timbers internally which provide a stylish and spacious environment. The living room contains a large Jotul wood stove to compliment the central heating system and provide cosy evenings by the fire. There is a large screen TV, Blu-ray DVD player and sound system for you to enjoy, and our high-speed internet allows streaming. This living space also contains two large single sofas which convert into very comfortable single beds which are ideal for children.

There is a dining table with four chairs and a kitchenette for preparing light meals and snacks. Other facilities include a single hob, oven/ microwave, slow cooker and a fridge with a freezer compartment. Information about places to eat and drink locally is available to download from our house server or the ‘welcome iPad’. The ground floor also has a large luxury bathroom with freestanding bath and walk-in power shower.

Carpeted stairs (with a child gate) lead up to the romantic mezzanine bedroom with a king-sized double bed.

Back downstairs, the front door leads you to a stone patio with tables and chairs for four people and a fire pit. A stylish Valoriani wood-fired pizza oven is located near the log store. For those balmy summer nights, there is a detachable double hammock for you to chill out and admire the epic view.

Dryhill Barn is a charming rural retreat with stylish interiors and wonderful panoramic views – perfect for you to enjoy a relaxing break or a longer holiday.

*Accommodation note: if you would like extra space, then please see Dryhill Lodge (sleeps 4), which can be rented together with Dryhill Barn.