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We have just spent three nights in the beautiful Tom's Barn - a truly lovely cottage. Everything you could possibly want is provided by the excellent hosts Marion and John. We were struck by the peace and quiet which instantly provided a feeling of relaxation....More
From the warm welcome to the thoughtful farewell,Marion and John are the most wonderful hosts you could have whilst their properties are the
finest you could wish for .
Each barn is very individual in style and has everything you could need on a holiday....More
Myself and my boyfriend satyed at Douglas's Barn in Fevbruary, I had arranged the trip six months previous as a surprise fr his Birthday but spilled the speans. Upon arrival John and Marion welcomed us and showed us how everything worked, there was a tea...More
We stayed in Douglas' barn in February, and it was a pleasant experience from start to finish. I booked the weekend break in October, as it is a very popular place, as part of my partners Birthday present.
Due to work we could not arrive...More
Response from Angela D | Property representative |
The Sycamore in Parwich village a 10ins walk is dog friendly. A short car journey will take you to Bentley Brook, the Coach and Horses and for something a bit different The George at Alstonefield and the Duncombe Arms at... More
The Sycamore in Parwich village a 10ins walk is dog friendly. A short car journey will take you to Bentley Brook, the Coach and Horses and for something a bit different The George at Alstonefield and the Duncombe Arms at Elastone. Plenty of dog friendly places to go
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"Both barns are beautiful but if you have a dog, book Tom's Barn."