The Camping Barn
Our camping barn has a sleeping area for 8 upstairs, with a ground floor sitting and dining area. It has a separate toilet, shower (charge for hot water,) and cooking area all within the building. Heating is from a wood burning stove (wood extra). The farm has a Tea Garden with all home baking.
The kitchen has a sink with drinking water (hot water available if chosen). You must provide a stove and all utensils (imagine you are camping). The stove provides ample heat and acts as a focal point for the evening's reflections on the events of the day. Its warmth enables the barn to be used through out the year. Upstairs there is ample space to sleep 8. Mattresses are provided but don't forget your sleeping bags. A camping barn is essentially a stone tent.
Parking space is available for 2 cars. There is a barbeque and outside seating area with mountain and river views.
Your walks can start form the doorstep following the Woodland Trail, or along the river path. You will find a profusion of birds, including dippers, kingfishers, buzzards and herons. Red squirrels, badgers, hares, deer and otters may be seen in their natural habitats. Bats and owls will join you at dusk when the salmon and trout are rising.
2 Well behaved Dogs welcome - Sole Occupancy Only Dogs are not to be left in cars. They must be kept under control at all times and we should remind you that the owner of the dog is responsible for any damage it causes to farm stock. If a dog is not properly controlled we reserve the right to ask that it be removed from the premises.
Arrival time is after 4pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 10am on the morning of departure. The barn will be ready for your arrival. Maximum parking for 2 cars. If booking with a child under 5 you must book the entire barn for the sole use of your party. Sole use 2 night bookings for Friday and Saturday nights, Bank Holidays 3 nights sole use bookings only. Sole use July and August