~ 400 acre Estate hidden deep in the Cotswold Hills ~
A 17th century Cotswold stone barn
Kingscote Barn is a beautifully restored 17th-century stone barn situated well into a 400 acre Estate in the Southwest of the Cotswolds. The Barns have been transformed from working farm buildings into a stunning wedding venue that offers couples great panoramic views of the Cotswold countryside. Kingscote Barns retain many of their original features, including exposed beams, stone walls, and a rustic ambience that adds to the allure of the venue.
In the heart of the picturesque Gloucestershire countryside, Kingscote stands as a testament to the timeless beauty and rich history that defines this region. This quaint village, surrounded by rolling hills and verdant landscapes, offers visitors a delightful escape into a world where history, nature, and community converge. Kingscote boasts a history that dates back centuries, evident in its charming architecture and historical landmarks. The village is home to a collection of well-preserved cottages, many of which showcase the traditional Cotswold stone, creating a harmonious blend with the natural surroundings. The historic Kingscote Park House, an elegant mansion with roots dating back to the 17th century, stands as a testament to the village’s past grandeur.
Surrounded by rolling hills and sprawling meadows, Kingscote offers the outdoor enthusiasts a haven of tranquillity. The countryside is adorned with footpaths and bridleways that lead through lush fields and ancient woodlands, providing ample opportunities for exploration. Whether you’re an avid hiker or simply seeking a leisurely stroll, the scenery of Kingscote and the surrounding area is bound to captivate your senses.