So that you can plan ahead we have put together a list of what to expect here at The Barns and what little added extras we can offer you for ease also. The Barns were functioning agricultural buildings and we have converted them to fit with modern living and expectations; we aim to provide an extra level of luxury for you during your stay but also to allow guests to enjoy some of the heritage of the farm and the local area that we are lucky to live amongst.
Included in Your Stay
- All gas, electric and heating
- All bed linen and towels
- Spa towels, robes & slippers
- Basic Toilet Essentials - Loo Roll and Handwash in every bathroom
- Hairdryer in all adult rooms
- Basic Cleaning Kit with dishwasher tabs, washing powder, bin bags, tea towels, hand towels
- On Request - a ‘tide you over’ pack (milk, tea, coffee, sugar) if your grocery delivery is late arriving
- Basket of logs and kindling
- Nespresso Coffee machine – sleeve of pods provided
These are bookable in advance, incur an additional cost & subject to availability
- Bed Linen changes – We change & replace all bed linen, robes & slippers, spa & bath towels charge is £8 single, £12 double
- Bedroom/Bathroom clean and linen change £12 per room plus linen charge
- Barn Fairies can serve drinks & food, wash up, make your bed and your breakfast if required!
- Pack & Run Service priced from £40 in The Stables & Mill and £80 for Exclusive Hire– leave the cleaning and just pack & go. Please book in advance
- Gas BBQ (available May to September £20 charge on departure and we clean it for you)
Famed for its giant hills and the pure beauty, you cannot go wrong with a trip to the Brecon Breacons - there are various options from hard crore activities to chilled out vistas enjoyed over coffee. Our top tip is to head to the cats back or Hay Bluff for amazing kite flying and walking options, or a simple picnic and a trip hime via Hay on Wye.
Hay on Wye
Built on the banks of the Wye and very close to the Brecon Beacons, Hay offers multiple opportunities for outdoor activities such as canoeing and hiking. Due to its fame as ‘the town of books’, Hay-on-Wye plays host each year to the Hay Festival of Literature & Culture, a ten-day event starting in late May which has become renowned worldwide, with Bill Clinton describing it as “the Woodstock of the mind”.
Hereford is a cathedral city, civil parish and county town of Herefordshire, England. It lies on the River Wye, approximately 16 miles east of the border with Wales, 24 miles southwest of Worcester, and 23 miles northwest of Gloucester. With a population of 58,896, it is the largest settlement in the county.
Hergest Ridge is an absolute treasure - it actually traverses the border between England and Wales and has the most breathtaking views over both sides. Just ask Mike Oldfield as he wrote many of his hits while living here in the late 70's "So if you feel a little glum, to Hergest Ridge you should come". Hergest is known as the heart of the Welsh Marches. You'll walk to 1750ft and enjoy a spectacular visual rollercoaster whatever the weather.
A visit to the foody town of Ludlow is a guarenteed good day out. The Food Centre on the A49 is well worth a visit, with a lovely gallery, play area and farm shop. The town itself is steeped in history from the Ancient town centre castle to the old timber buildings you are awash in cafes, independent shops and hilly streets.