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Stokes Barn offers excellent accommodation in Much Wenlock, Shropshire. Located in a glorious countryside setting, we are perfect for large groups looking for somewhere special to stay.
Our accommodation is privately rented, meaning that your party is the only one using the accommodation. Both properties are set within the courtyard of a 19th Century converted farm. Both properties can be hired together or rented separately. Threshing Barn sleeps up to 28 people in 3 bedrooms and The Granary sleeps up to 16 people in 3 bedrooms.
The Granary: Upstairs are 3 bedrooms consisting of bunk beds and singles. Downstairs there is a well-equipped kitchen with a range of appliances. The open plan living room comes with 5 sofas, a flat screen TV, DVD player and a log burner. There is a large dining area and toilet and shower facilities.
The Threshing Barn: This property is the larger of t…
Dare Valley Country Park in Aberdare offers comfortable accommodation in a truly stunning location. Set in 500 acres of stunning woodlands, pasture and moorland mountainside, we are perfect for a scenic break away. We are a great base for exploring a variety of attractions in Glamorgan.
We offer simple and clean accommodation for up to 75 people. This includes 2 first floor family rooms with double beds, 2 ground floor disabled friendly rooms and a family double and bunk bedrooms. The remaining bunk bedrooms have the option of a 5th put up in each room. All the rooms are on the first floor apart from the disabled friendly rooms which are accessed via stairs or a lift. All the rooms come with en suite facilities, an LCD TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
You can relax and socialise the lounge area which has space for groups of over 10 people. Facilities include Wi-Fi, a larg…
Flat Holm boasts a unique island character, with a sense of wilderness, remoteness, tranquility and beautiful views from and across the island to the coasts of Wales and England.
Less than half a mile wide, the tiny island is an intriguing hidden jewel in the Bristol Channel. Flat Holm is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve. The Flat Holm Project conserves the island’s natural and cultural features, from maritime grassland and Victorian barracks, to seabird colonies and wartime bunkers.
While on the island, take a guided tour and gain an insight into its colourful history; observe the fascinating, varied wildlife; and relax with a drink at Wales’ most southerly pub, The Gull and Leek.
Dormitory style accommodation is available in our farmhouse field centre, which can sleep up to 24 people in two, 10 and 12 bedded rooms.
Camping is offere…