Hareley Barn is a restored 16th Century Grade II listed barn, situated on a traditional rare breeds farm. It has panoramic views over an unspoilt rural landscape of woods, streams and pasture. The farm is a haven for wildlife where we rear rare breed sheep, pigs and poultry.
The Barn is spacious and comfortable, with a king-size bedroom and en suite bathroom which has one small step (apart from this access is level throughout) and twin-bedded room and separate bathroom with splash shower and spa bath. There is a woodburning stove in the living area, a separate kitchen and a laundry room.
The original stone walls, cattle stall and hayrack have been preserved and most of the Barn is open to the eaves. A fenced grass playground is available from April to October and the barbecue area
Our five night stay at Hareley Barn was just perfect. Situated in a beautiful part of Herefordshire, and within relatively easy striking distance of a number of interesting features (historic sites, National Trust properties, market towns, etc), it was a convenient place for us to stay. However, it was the level of amenity and hospitality which really set Hareley Barn apart for me.
The Barn is spacious, yet still cosy, especially after chilly days spent outdoors, and is well equipped and very comfortable. Laundry facilities make life easier for long term travellers, and there is a huge amoun...more