Rural Accommodation

King Johns Barn

Self Catering
£335.00
 -  £650.00
Notes : per week
King Johns Barn
Langley Lodge, Langley Farm
Leafield
OX29 9QD
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Owner Information
Vicky Greves
Oxfordshire
Phone : +44 (0)1993 878075
Situated in the Cotswolds near Burford it is within easy reach of Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Cheltenham, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the Wold, Cirencester and Bibury.

We welcome families and pets
Can sleep from 2 to 10 people in total
Two very individual cottages
Ideal for two families when booked together

King John's Barn, a haven of peace and tranquility with outstanding views. Set on the edge of Langley Farm, a former Royal Hunting Lodge for the Wychwood Forest, now a working stock farm.

King John, who built a 'Palace' at Langley by enlarging the already present building, was first recorded to be there in 1204 using Langley as an annexe to the palace at Woodstock.

The Barn takes its name from the King John's Oak which was said to be a rallying point for huntsmen in the Wychwood Forest and is marked on many of the old maps. Surrounded by fields, with only a few cottages nearby you can really experience the rural idyll.
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