Sleeps: 4 (+2)
Price: £200.00 - £580.00 per break
Hareley Barn is a 16th century grade II listed converted stone barn on a working rare breeds farm. The barn has been sensitively restored, preserving the hayrack and cattle stall and a wealth of wooden beams whilst ensuring a very high internal specification. Lovely furnishings and modern amenities provide for the perfect retreat. The far reaching rural views across an unspoilt valley to the National Trust property of Berrington Hall provide that extra ingredient for that perfect setting.
A barbecue and seating area outside the barn ensures that you can take full advantage of the views. Children have the use of a fenced grassed play area between May and September.
Traditional Southdown sheep, Gloucestershire Old Spots pigs and rare breed poultry are reared on this farm and the farm and the surrounding countryside provide a rich wildlife.
Ground Floor: Entrance door - The Barn is all on one level except for a small step into the ensuite bathroom.
Living Room: Spacious room with log burning stove, dining area, two sofas, digital TV, video/DVD (with a small selection of DVDs provided) and stereo/CD player
Kitchen: Fully fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice compartment,
Bedrooms: One large Bedroom with King size bed and ensuite bathroom with antique style bath, toilet and washbasin. One twin bedroom. Both bedrooms contain a convertible single bed suitable for a child up to the age of 10.
Bathroom: Splash shower and spa bath, wash basin and WC
Other: Laundry facilities are available
Hareley Barn is situated just three miles from the market town of Bromyard with an excellent range of independent shops. The Barn is just across the valley from the National Trust property at Brockhampton and enjoyed by many visitors to this property. The cathedral city of Hereford and the National Trust properties at Barrington Hall and Croft Castle are in easy reach. The Barn is positioned to explore the County of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Good restaurants, shopping, events, festivals or taking in the beautiful landscape with its numerous orchards or the famous black and white village trail are all within easy reach. For those wishing to stay closer to home, enjoy the many timber framed buildings of the area, the numerous garden and plant nurseries.
Alternatively, enjoy the abundance of butterflies, birds (including buzzards, skylarks and red kites) together with other wildlife as you enjoy the wonderful walks through the open countryside. Whatever the season, this location offers a forever changing environment on the farm and in the surrounding area.
Apart from one small step down to the ensuite access is level throughout and parking outside the door.
Access to some areas of the farm may be restricted at some times of the year due to livestock or cropping requirements.
Please note there are steep banks and an unfenced stream and children should be kept under supervision at all times.Check Availability & Prices