It’s so nice to see old buildings getting new life instead of being torn down. This stunning barn — built of stone some 500 years ago — is now home to an office space and upstairs guest apartment which you can book on Airbnb.
The studio has all stone walls and features a double bed, sitting area with Moroccan ottomans, and a wet bath with a luxurious shower and a flush toilet.
Outside you’ll find beautiful gardens and a patio area to enjoy.
Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter
Old English Barn Turned Guest Accommodations
The beautiful stone walls have so much character.
The owner describes her decor style as “eclectic.”
Guest accommodations are on the second floor of the barn.
Awesome mood lighting in the evening.
There’s a wet bath with rubber walls.
Coffee and local beer provided.
Staircase to the apartment.
LED lighting shows you the way to your room.
Entry on the side of the barn.
Beautiful gardens for you to enjoy.
Guest accommodation is on the first floor. It’s an open plan space with 3 defined areas for sleeping, sitting/TV and bathroom.
The bedroom includes a wonderfully comfortable superking sized bed, hanging space and a cupboard for clothes, and a piano!
The seating/TV area has two 2-seater sofas and two Moroccan pouffes. Guests have use of TV, Blu-ray player and a music system and can enjoy listening through the impressive 40 year old Quad speakers.
The bathroom is a wetroom with shower, basin and toilet. Towels are provided, however, to limit waste and reduce plastic use, we don’t provide shower gel, shampoo or conditioner. The walls and ceiling are black rubber…. this is so that they can be flexible and cope with any movement of the old building.
Guests have their own door into the property, leading to a staircase up to the living space. On the ground floor is an office which is used occasionally – guests don’t have access to this.
- The Chapel at Walcot Hall in England
- 17th Century Stable Cottage Vacation in England
- Tower Vacation Home in Hampshire, England
You can share this using the e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. Thanks!
If you enjoyed this you’ll LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with even more!
You can also join our Small House Newsletter!
Also, try our Tiny Houses For Sale Newsletter! Thank you!
See The Latest: Go Back Home to See Our Latest Tiny Houses
Latest posts by Natalie C. McKee (see all)
- 62-Step Spiral Staircase To This Incredible Off-Grid Treehouse - September 16, 2021
- Gravity-Defying Cliff Cabin with Cave-Like Fire Pit - September 16, 2021
- Tiny House History: New Deal Era Great Depression Tiny Homes - September 15, 2021