About Jurston Barn
In 2010, Juston Barn was a traditional, listed 17th-century stone and brick cob barn, built for one of the prosperous farms on this side of Wellington in Somerset. Today it has been lovingly turned into a luxurious holiday house that sleeps 12, retaining charming original features.
Huge double doors, which used to allow in whole hayricks, are now glassed and help form a superb glass-fronted entrance. Inside, the glass roofed dining area has a table that seats up to 12. Kitchen units house dishwashers, microwave, larder and large kitchen range cooker. The kitchen is handmade by Mike Taylor Designers of Knightsbridge.
A staircase from the dining area leads upstairs to three bedrooms all with en-suites, 2 showers and 1 with a bath and over head shower. All have zip and link beds so can be doubles or twins. A large living area comes off the dining area and leads through to the 3 downstairs en-suite bedrooms, with 2 wet rooms and 1 with a bath and overhead shower. You also have the large games room where another staircase leads to a snug area on a mezzanine floor. This games room includes a pool table and table football at one end and snuggly sofas around the stylish woodburner at the other.