Bosley, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 14, 2009 -- A recently converted stone barn perched on the edge of the Peak District has won a Worcester Bosch Environment Award for the installation of an Air to Water Heat Pump. Best View in Britain Barn, located in the hills between Macclesfield, Buxton and Congleton has been transformed from a crumbling ruin into a stunning single storey house. With pitched ceilings, thick stone walls and original beams, local craftsmen have reused original materials to create a beautiful and ecologically friendly building.
Best View in Britain Barn is located nearly 1000 feet up on the edge of the Peak District overlooking the Cheshire plain. It has outstanding views over seven counties, but it is quite exposed. Owner Miranda Rijks was adamant that the new conversion use sustainable energy. âWe have used copious amounts of insulation, over-sized radiators and it is permanently warm and cosy despite the large rooms. The air source heat pump is working a treat!â
Best View in Britain Barn is located on the edge of The Peak District equidistant between Macclesfield, Buxton and Congleton. It has stunning views across seven counties. It has two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a huge living room and kitchen and the very latest equipment and facilities. It is available to rent as a holiday let from 1st September 2009. For further information visit: [http://www.bestviewinbritain.com]