Barn Farm Barns and Campsite, Birchover, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2BL
Barn Farm is in the village of Birchover with fine views over the Derwent valley. A few minutes’ walk from the farm is Stanton Moor with Victorian stone carvings and the Nine Ladies stone circle. Robin Hood’s Stride and other bouldering and climbing are an easy walk away. The Limestone Way passes by the village and there are two local pubs serving food. Barn Farm has four camping barns – Sabine Hay sleeps 15 in triple bunk beds, Hill Carr and Warren Carr sleep 12 in single beds, Stables sleeps 6 in bunk beds. All the barns have fully fitted kitchens, TV, heating and some have private bathrooms and showers. The Gatehouse, a double bed unit with kitchen, bathroom and lounge/living area, is also available. Camping is available (no single sex groups). Caravan, motorhome and campervan pitches available with electric hook ups. Laundry facilities, games room, childrens’ play area, shop, showers & toilets are on site. AA 5 star rated and VisitEngland 4 star rating.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District and here is its own website.
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47: 1×15, 1×12, 1×12, 1×6, 1×2 plus camping.
1st April – 31st October, enquire for opening hours.
Hill Carr £160, Sabine Hay £150, Warren Carr £240, Stables £100, Gatehouse £85, all per night (min. 2 nights). Camping £8.50pppn (£5.50pppn D of E groups).
Deposits required: barns 50%, camping £10/tent/ngt all non refundable
From the A6 Matlock to Bakewell take the B5056. Follow signs for Birchover, go through the village, Barn Farm is on the right at the top of the village.
The 172 bus runs from Bakewell to Matlock.
This accommodation is available to individuals.
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Barn Farm has a camp site, shop, 4 independent Bunkhouses and a cosy cottage for two.
Barn Farm is in the mystical village of Birchover, close the the weird rocks and the ancient Nine Ladies stone circle on Stanton Moor. On your holiday in Birchover you can visit The Druid Inn and discover the fascinating armchairs carved into the rocks behind.
Believed to depict nine ladies turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on Sunday, the circle is one of many prehistoric stones on Stanton Moor, Just a stones throw from Barn Farms Bunkhouses and campsite.
You can find out more about Stanton More here.