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Oak Tree Barn

Westbury, Wiltshire (WI030)
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Ground Floor Bedroom
No Pets Allowed
Enclosed Garden
Log Burner/Open Fire
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Oak Tree Barn holiday home details

Oak Tree Barn is situated in a beautiful area of the country that is one of the south west’s best kept secrets. Locals call this part of the Somerset and Wiltshire border ‘Stourton Bushes’ and it gets its name from the Lords Stourton who lived in the area from the fifteenth century onwards. With beautiful, undulating countryside all around you, you’re in the ideal position to visit some of the UK’s best-loved tourist attractions, including Bath, Stonehenge and Longleat.

The converted barn itself is all on one level, with a large open-plan living and dining space. The furnishings are tastefully contemporary and the focal point of the living space is a stylish log burner, perfect for cosy evenings during the autumn or winter months. Both double bedrooms have super king size beds that can be adapted into twin beds should you wish, and have their own en-suite bathrooms.

Outside the property there are beautiful grounds where you can while away your time sitting on the patio or enjoying a barbecue, gazing at the countryside. The exterior of the barn is in keeping with the beautiful surroundings, attractively clad in larch and cedar. The local town of Frome is close by, and the weekly market offers plenty of fresh, local produce for you all to enjoy while you’re here.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • One double bedroom with a 6' super king size zip and link bed and en-suite bathroom.
  • One double bedroom with a 6' super king size zip and link bed and en-suite shower room.
  • Open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining room.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • WiFi.
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Private parking for three cars.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • Any day arrival from 6.00pm (see notes for earlier check in).
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Electric oven and hob.
  • Microwave.
  • Fridge freezer.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Washing machine.
  • Freeview television and DVD player.
  • Highchair and cot available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Whether you want to walk in the novelist Jane Austen’s footsteps, go shopping in one of the most vibrant towns in the south west, or simply marvel at beautiful architecture, a trip to Bath is a must. There are plenty of tourist delights including the Royal Crescent, where you can visit No. 1 to experience the Georgian lifestyle, and Bath Thermae Spa, where you can look out over the rooftops while taking the waters.
  • The nearby town of Frome is regularly named as one of the UK’s best places to live, and it’s easy to see why. This is a vibrant and lively town with lots of culture and events going on. There are bustling markets every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. On the first Sunday of every month between March and December, the Frome Independent Market turns the whole town into something like a mini festival.
  • The view is iconic and while you’re staying just up the road, you really have to see it up close. Stonehenge is an astonishing sight that will intrigue and inspire young and old alike. It’s not all about the stones – there’s a fascinating museum to wander through as well.
  • Just south of Stonehenge, you’ll find Salisbury. The cathedral’s magnificent spire dominates every view, but it’s worth going inside to see the best-preserved copy of the Magna Carta too. The Cathedral Close is a beautiful public space, where you’ll find the Salisbury Museum. Beyond the close is a rabbit warren of medieval streets, with lots of independent retailers and quirky shops.
  • Where else could you drive past lions and tigers, wander down historic corridors or hop on board a miniature railway? Longleat House and Safari Park has so much on offer that you’ll be hard pressed to see it all in one day.
  • Nearby to Longleat is Warminster, an attractive town that dates back to Saxon times (or the Iron Age, if you count the hill forts!). The town is home to the country’s oldest working maltings. If you’re here in the summer, the paddling pool in the town park is a favourite for the little ones.
  • The buildings of Bradford on Avon seem to tumble down the hillsides to nestle against the tranquil waters of the river Avon. For a small town, Bradford has got some big architectural attractions, like the Tithe Barn or the church of St Laurence, one of the UK’s most complete Saxon buildings still in existence. If you’re here for the shopping, don’t miss The Shambles, a passageway with a number of independent shops.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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