The Coach House poses as the perfect couple’s bolthole. This beautiful staycation is perfectly nestled within 25 acres of private countryside land, allowing you to kick back, relax and take in the beauty of nature.
Another beautiful property courtesy of Sand and Stone Escapes, the Coach House is appreciative of remarkable interior design, paying particular focus to traditional style whilst implementing modern decor. Including classic elements such as oak beams and stable doors as well as contemporary Scandinavian furnishings, the property is a fusion of farmhouse decor and modern home.
Split across two floors, the Coach House offers luxurious living, with its first floor revealing a living space, well-equipped kitchen, large dining area and a contemporary lounge space for enjoying well-deserved respite. Beyond the main living area is a double aspect bedroom and an outstanding ensuite, made private by double barn doors. The Lusso Picasso stone bath performs as a romantic centrepiece paired with chrome brassware, allowing you to indulge in all of its comforts before heading to sleep in the spacious kingsize bed. The lower floor is designed for pure enjoyment, housing a pool table and ping pong table as well as a large cinema-style TV and large sofa. Also situated on the ground floor is another Lusso bathroom, feauturing the Lauro countertop basin, matte black thermostatic shower and matte black fittings.
The owner of the Coach House, Annabel Tremaine, tells us more on the design inspiration behind the Coach House and why she chose Lusso products…
Tell us about the design of The Coach House and where its inspiration came from?
“Our starting point was to create a building in the Cotswold agricultural vernacular, hence the stone work, the steeply pitched gables and the stone tallet steps, circular pillars and dove nesting holes inspired by a barn on the farm I grew up on. We debated creating two separate apartments but concluded that, as we believe space to be one of life’s great luxuries, we should keep it as a single unit – hence the games room on the ground floor dedicated to relaxation and fun, and the rest of the accommodation on the floor above. We were keen to complement traditional elements such as the oak beams and stable doors with contemporary fittings and décor and were determined that the bathroom, in particular, should be as indulgent and luxurious as possible; you step down from the bedroom through sliding barn doors where the bath is positioned in front of a double rainfall shower open at either end, creating a satisfying symmetry.”
Our Picasso makes the perfect statement in the Coach House, tell us why you chose this design and what it adds to both of the properties?
“The Picasso is a classic design that I very much doubt will ever date – a clean silhouette softened by soft, organic curves, wonderful proportions, a satisfying symmetry and inviting softness that draws the eye and just makes you want to take a bath! Judging by our guests’ reactions, it contributes to that elusive ‘wow’ moment when they see either bathroom for the first time.”
What was it that attracted you to Lusso Stone products?
“I love both the look and the feel of Lusso’s stone resin products – the clean, contemporary lines softened by the smooth curves, and the warmth to the touch of the stone. I also thought that they were surprisingly good value. Subsequently, I was happy to discover how easy it is to keep the products in pristine condition and so, when it came to building The Tree House, we didn’t think twice about incorporating Lusso products again.”
Book your stay at The Coach House and check out The Tree House, another beautiful design from Sand and Stone Escapes. Make sure to keep an eye on our Instagram @lussostone for more projects like this one!