The Barn, which is really ideal for a couple is centrally heated and provides a modern kitchen, bathroom with power shower over the bath, large living/dining room with spacious gallery bedroom overlooking the living room. Unusually the ancient wooden structure of the building has been preserved and there are numerous exposed beams and roof trusses as well as a huge log burning stove.

The old cobbled farmyard is to the front of the building which is south facing and gives the place a feeling of times gone by. The cobbles, which are listed, along with the building as being of historical interest, provide a very uneven surface which is also on a gradient making the property unsuitable for wheelchair access or for those with limited mobility.

 

There is a private garden to the rear with covered  swimming pool which is heated and available between May and September only.

The pool house provides a lovely place to sit and relax especially in those shoulder months when it is too cold to sit outside.

The quiet and peaceful garden has beautiful views in all directions and also boasts a wildlife pond   which attracts a huge variety of creatures from Frogs to Mayflies and even the odd Roe Deer family for a drink.

The Farm, although no longer fully working has been kept as original as possible to enhance the features without any fussy planting etc. to change the atmosphere of the place. It is laid out simply with the original stone walls and hedges intact. There are some smaller animals such as chickens kept on the Farm and some of the fields are let to local Farmers so there are usually Calves, Bullocks, Heifers and Sheep grazing in the surrounding fields.

 

“The Barn” is available to let throughout the year.

The Barn adjoins the main Farmhouse but is completely Self Contained

Well behaved dogs (up to 2 only) are very welcome and there is a Kennel in the lean-to on the front of The Barn which may be used. A complimentary “Pooch Pack” is provided which includes a bed, food and feeding bowls so you don’t have to bring your own. There is an additional charge of £25.00 per dog per week.