You'll fall in love with this converted barn guest house – the bathtub is the crown jewel

This unique guest house in Woodstock, New York, is a converted barn of only 650 square feet. Available as a vacation rental through Airbnb, it's a rustic getaway with picturesque views of the surrounding green meadows and nearby pond. The barn was originally built in the 1920s and still boasts the original hand-hewn beams.
The interior decor pays homage to the barn's history with vintage furniture, an antique wood stove, planked walls and warm wood floors. The home boasts plenty of natural light, thanks to two sets of French doors off the living room. Upstairs, the bedroom is bright and airy -- a charming spot to rest after a long day exploring nature. Take the full tour of the barn below.
The main floor is an open layout that includes the living room, dining room and kitchenette. The walls throughout are painted white, allowing the wood beams and exposed brick to really pop.
The two sets of French doors allow for swoon-worthy views of the surrounding trees and Catskill Mountains. The vintage and mismatched furniture bring a comfortable and eclectic style to the space.
The French doors open onto a private stone patio for another place to enjoy the views. According to the home's owner, a double hammock hangs between two large maple trees not far from the barn.
The antique stove is decorative, nodding back to the barn's history. And while you feel the warmth of wooden beams and floors, the barn has an industrial vibe, too, thanks to details like the exposed brick and iron piping.
The bathroom features a Japanese-style soaking tub, a vaulted ceiling and bright windows. The vintage plumbing fixture is a perfect fit for a one-of-a-kind barn bathroom.
The bathroom's exposed brick provides a lovely contrast with the crisp, white-planked walls.
The upstairs bedroom is all white, including the floor, for a clean and spacious look. The vaulted ceiling gives the space character.
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