NOW WITH BEAUTIFUL WOOD BURNING HOT TUB.
Our beautiful boutique Cambridgeshire retreat is perfect for groups, holiday makers and business travellers alike. Although this listing is for 12 people, we can sleep 24+; so please get in touch if you're looking for a peaceful country pad at which to relax, work or celebrate. Although our barns are rural, they are only a 20 minute drive from historic Cambridge, so provide a great base from which to explore this great city.
Clopton Courtyard is set in the midst of the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside. The six barns have been built with an eco conscience, with timber frame structures and recycled building materials. They are also fuelled by a biomass boiler using renewable energy (which keeps the underfloor heating toasty warm).
Each main barn has its own unique name, character and style, with 2 bedooms, 1 bathroom and an open plan living area and kitchen. Matilda Studio offers open plan living and sleeping, while The Sheringham Hut provides a contemporary glamping space. There is also plenty of outdoor space in which to venture and relax, with lovely undisturbed views of the open countryside. You can sit and watch the horses in the livery next door or read a book in the sun trap courtyard.
With Cambridge only 12 miles away (15-20 minute drive), it is easy access into the centre by car for those wanting to explore this historic city, but looking for a quiet and peaceful holiday or work environment. There is also plenty to do locally, with Burwash Manor and Wimpole Hall close by, along with lots of tasty gastro pubs.
Clopton Courtyard is fully equipped for those looking for self catering accommodation but who want a little bit of extra luxury and peace. What makes this place special is the unique nature of the interiors, which have been designed to provide premium accommodation in a rural setting. Whether a bath in the bedroom, beautiful sliding barn doors, or a wet room, there is something to suit everyones' tastes and requirements.
For more information, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help. We look forward to welcoming you to Clopton Courtyard and hope you like the barns as much as we do.
All communal areas including wood burning hot tub (except Sunday & Monday), BBQ facilities, large dutch barn with picnic benches and views of the country, the courtyard and any barns that you choose to book.
Общение с гостями
We don't live at the barns but are available over the phone during your stay. In case of emergency we can come out to the barns. We are a 30 minute drive away by car (unless we are away for the weekend). We do have neighbours so ask that guests are respectful of this during their stay. Duncan is there during the day from Monday - Friday (except Wednesdays).
Другие важные подробности
There is a horse livery next door, so loud noise outside is not permitted during your stay. We ask that guests keep any 'celebrating' inside the barns after 10pm.
The damage deposit is there to cover any damage which is caused whilst you are staying in the unit, i.e. If the oak worktop is scratched or badly marked, a window cracked, a sofa torn, a towel ruined, crockery damaged (although we won't worry about the odd thing if you tell us when it happens) etc. I can't list everything but you will understand what I mean I hope. We have spent years building the barns and putting care and attention into them, and we want to ensure that they are always at the same standard for guests arriving.
Damage will be charged if things need to be repurchased and also for the time it takes to rectify damage through labour. This will be charged out at £20 per hour as a rule (an example of this would be re-sanding and re-protecting the oak worktop).
We also expect the barns to be left in the same way they were found, i.e. crockery, cutlery etc. cleaned and put away, the place tidy and furniture moved into its original place.
If you know of any damage that has been caused, we ask that you tell us immediately so we can have early discussions rather than finding out during the damage check, as it is always better to have an open dialogue.
It is a peaceful setting and there are likely to be other people staying at the retreat, so guests should be respectful of this and keep noise to a minimum after 10pm at night.
The main rule is to relax, put your feet up and enjoy yourself :)