Rurallly-located converted cart shed in Gissing, Norfolk that sleeps two and features a beautiful beamed interior with vaulted ceilings.
How about a rustic retreat? Our barn conversions fuse old with new to offer stylish self catering holiday accommodation.
The Dairy is a single-storey barn conversions that sleeps up to four and is set near the picturesque Gower Peninsula in South West Wales.
Holiday cottage/barn conversion in Norfolk with a beamed interior that sleeps four guests and provides shared access to a hot tub.
Y Dowlod is a beautifully-presented hayloft conversion that accommodates two guests and is set in the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
Thatched holiday barn conversion for five guests that’s set in a secluded location near the small market town of Hatherleigh in West Devon.
Superb Devon barn conversion for parties of up to 10 comprising a stylish, well-presented interior, an indoor swimming pool and a games room.
Grade II listed barn conversion for 8 featuring a beautiful beamed interior and an assortment of facilities including a swimming pool, games room and hot tub.
Superb holiday barn conversion in Camelford, Cornwall. Able to sleep up to 6, it’s pet friendly and features a heated indoor swimming pool.
Semi-detached barn conversion for two – set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, it features a beamed interior and is ideally-placed for exploring the dramatic surroundings.
Quality barn conversion for four guests that’s set on a working farm near the picturesque medieval village of St Weonards, Herefordshire.
Stylish studio barn conversion for two guests near Dereham, Norfolk that’s well-equipped and renovated to an extremely high standard.
Luxury holiday barn conversion for two guests that’s set in the picturesque harbour village of Charlestown, Cornwall.
Highly-rated barn conversion for three near Okehampton, Devon that’s within easy reach of visitor attractions and local beauty spots such as Dartmoor National Park.
Semi-detached ground-floor barn conversion in the pretty village of Hinton that sleeps two guests and features a comfy, well-furnished interior.
Well-presented Cornwall barn conversion for up to 6 guests comprising a spacious open-plan interior and shared hot tub.
Stylish barn conversion for four in the village of Llanarthney that’s been sympathetically converted and retains numerous character features including exposed beams.
Set on the owner’s grounds in the Wye Valley, this charming holiday barn conversion sleeps four guests with two bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double).
Converted 18th century mill with a beamed open-plan interior that offers stylish accommodation for four with two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin).
Lovely single-storey barn conversion near the village of Longtown in the Lake District, that offers luxury holiday accommodation for two.
What is a Barn Conversion?
Well the clue’s in the name really. A barn conversion is a former farm out-building that’s been adapted and converted for use as a home or holiday rental. In the latter capacity, barn conversions have become extremely popular in recent years.
Why Are Holiday Barn Conversions So Popular?
For some short break holiday-makers, it’s about the destination rather than the property itself. This is one of the reasons why holiday apartments remain popular.
But like cottages with thatched roofs or quirky holiday properties, barn conversions offer a more rounded short-break holiday experience - you'll be able to enjoy your chosen location as well the property itself.
What Can I Expect from a Holiday Barn Conversion?
Modern holiday barn conversions tend to be very spacious. This wasn’t always the case though – during the 1980s the tendency among planners was to split and segregate these beautiful buildings into smaller rooms.
Open-Plan Living Space
Thankfully, this practice is nowhere near as widespread as it once was. Most holiday barn conversions now feature open-plan living spaces that make better use of the actual building, thus lending a sense of space and openness.
And because of stricter building regulations, converted holiday barns will retain original elements both inside and out. Typical features include vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and/or brickwork and double-height rooms.
The most highly-rated barn conversions successfully combine these features with the very latest modern comforts such as under-floor heating, hot tubs and state-of-the-art appliances. Also keep in mind that these buildings are rurally-located which means you’ll have the countryside right on your doorstep!
Barn Conversions – Common Features
- Rural Location
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Exposed Ceiling/Wall Beams
- Double Height Rooms
- Open Plan Living Space
- Picture Windows