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Hareley Barn

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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

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Hareley Barn

4.7
out of 5
Ratings from 74 reviews
96% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
4.7
Comfort
4.5
Condition
4.6
Location
4.7
Value
4.5
Customer
Service
4.8

Latest Review - May 2022

Beware - Hareley Barn is on a working farm with noisy cockerels. We left a day early as they start crowing at 5am and don't stop. After we had left the owner said he could have moved them -it would have been useful to know this in advance as how could we know that a cage in front of a turkey shed can be moved -we assumed not so didn't ask. Others have commented on the noise from the cockerels, so why not move them permanently away from the guest accommodation? The outside seating area is very disappointing, with a lichen covered picnic bench on a concrete apron, overlooking the green sward te...more