The Barn, Lower Bassibones Farm
"The Barn" is a 4 star luxury period barn conversion on a working farm. This rural holiday cottage in Buckinghamshire stands in its own grounds enjoying peace, quiet and privacy. Lower Bassibones Farm is located on the outskirts of Lee Common near Great Missenden. Pets welcome!
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
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The Barn is a beautiful, heavily timbered, period building on a working farm in Buckinghamshire countryside. It has been converted to a high standard holiday cottage and offers all modern conveniences whilst retaining all its old world charm.
The accommodation comprises an open-plan living and dining area, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, twin bedroom, luxury shower room/WC, gardens and a patio with garden furniture. Although The Barn stands in a tranquil location near Great Missenden, it is convenient for major motorways: M25, M4, M40 & M1, and Luton international airport is only a half hour drive away, Heathrow is 40 minutes and Gatwick an hour.
The farm is located in the beautiful Chiltern Hills, officially designated by the government as an A.O.N.B (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). It is perfect for those who enjoy walking and cycling, there are facilities for golf, tennis and swimming close by and many places of historical interest and National Trust properties. Children are welcome and there are some lovely attractions for young people in the area.
Lower Bassibones Farm is just two and a half miles from Great Missenden railway station (The Chilterns Railway) which runs directly into London (Marylebone)in 40minutes.
Dorney Lake, the Olympics rowing venue, is approximately a 30 minute drive away. Full details and photos are available on www.discover-real-england.com or telephone 01494 837798.
2017 Prices range from £445 - £695 per week.
Availability and enquiries
Cottage added 15th November 2011