Hurley is a small village with a pretty high street that leads down to the River Thames. The village is home to The Olde Bell Inn which first opened its doors in 1135 AD, two pubs, a Barber shop, a Post Office, a village shop that sells COOK meals, a Church, a tea shop (on the river bank) and a children's playground. There are numerous footpaths nearby to enjoy some great walks and the Thames path runs along the riverbank.
Separate from the main house, the barn has been recently refurbished and has been tastefully decorated. The bed is dressed with Egyptian cotton sheets and fluffy towels are provided. Accommodation is all on one level.
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Guests have the entire use of the annexe
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Parking is on the road (lots of on road parking available)
Steep staircase up to the mezzanine level
There is no bath in the barn, walk in shower only
Travel cot can be arranged if needed
Tea, coffee and milk provided
There is a sofa bed in the living room