Airton Barn, The Nook, Airton, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4AE
Airton Barn offers overnight accommodation for up to 18 people. Situated in the quiet village of Airton in central Malhamdale, the Barn is on the Pennine Way and the Way of the Roses cycle route. It is an easy walk from Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss. The Three Peaks and Brontë Country are a short drive away. The historic Friends Meeting House on site has been used by Quakers since the mid-17th century, being located in the region known by Quakers as ‘1652 Country’. Accommodation in the Barn includes a dormitory room with 6 bunk-beds and two multi-purpose rooms for which fold-out mattresses and airbeds are provided. Tent space in the enclosed garden for up to 2 medium tents can be hired when the Barn is full. Up to 5 adult bicycles may be stored on site. There are two equipped kitchens, two bathrooms and a separate toilet. Bedding can be hired on request and there is a small store of basic non-perishable food. Supplies can also be ordered in advance and collected from the village farm shop.This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
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6 bunk beds + 6 mattresses + 6 air beds. Overflow camping for 2 tents.
All year. Volunteer warden resident on site
£18pp, reducing for larger groups. Call to discuss.
Groups fewer than 6 may book up to 3 months in advance; groups larger than 6 may book at any time.
Approaching Airton from Gargrave take the first right. The Barn is attached to the Friends Meeting House at the bottom of the village green. 'From Pennine Way, turn left into the village at Airton Mill. Go to the first building on the left and knock on the white door. GR SD 904592
Trains at Skipton (11 miles) and Gargrave (7 miles by road, 4 miles by Pennine Way). Limited buses from Skipton (via Gargrave) and Malham.
This accommodation is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel' and is on the or near to the Settle to Carlisle railway, the ideal for retreats page, the Land's End to John O' Groats Walk and the Pennine Way.