Haye Farm Sleeping Barn, Haye Farm, Ribbesford, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2TP

Call Stuart Norgrove on 07732489195

Overview

Located on a working family farm, Haye Farm Sleeping Barn offers bunkhouse accommodation finished to a very high standard. It has a fully equipped self-catering kitchen, dining room and lounge. Bedrooms range from double/twin en suite to a 6 bedded dormitory. The barn is central heated throughout. Covered decking, patio, lawn and a BBQ provide ample opportunity to enjoy the quiet rural location. A great location to enjoy the surrounding countryside, the Wyre Forerst being one of the largest remaining ancient forests in England. The Worcestershire Way footpath follows the boundary of the farm and both the Severn Way and Mercian Way (NCN route 45) pass through Bewdley. The georgian town of Bewdley located on the river Severn is just 1 mile away, the West Midland Safari Park and Severn Valley Railway are also very close. This accommodation is featured on our map of Central England and Shropshire and here is its own website.

Details

  • Rooms & Beds:

    15: 1x2, 1x3, 1x4, 1x6
  • Open:

    All year. 24 hour access.
  • Price per night:

    From £20pp. Book bed in dorm, private room or exclusive use of whole barn. Visit website for full prices.
  • Booking:

    Advance booking required
  • Directions:

    One mile from Bewdley town centre, within 30 minutes' drive of both the M5 and M42. From Bewdley town centre take the B4194 southbound for ½ mile. At top of bank turn right (signposted Heightington/Outdoor Centre). Farm entrance on the right after ½ mile.
  • Public Transport:

    Train station Kidderminster 4 miles. Bus stop Bewdley 1 mile
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks

This accommodation is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is a Green Business Award Winner, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route and the IHUK signage page.

Facilities

bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rDisabled Access
fSleeping bags required
gFully heated
kSelf catering facilities
'Bike/equipment store (lockable)
iDrying room
jShowers
pClothes washing facilities
[WiFi
6Green Tourism Award: Bronze
tWithin 1 mile of NCN
4VisitEngland Quality Assured
9Best Price Guarantee

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News & Offers from Haye Farm Sleeping Barn

Hiding in the meadow…

July 11th 2019

Haye Farm has meadows allocated to hay collection, and hiding amongst the grasses are traditional meadow flowers, providing food for pollinators and a biodiverse habitat for many other creatures.

Harvesting the grass for Winter is timed to perfection. The meadow is cut in prime condition, tedded to dry the grasses and allow seeds from wildflowers and grasses to fall to earth ready to grow again. This year hiding amongst the meadow flowers is this beautiful pink orchid. We at Haye take great care of the soil, the fruits, the animals and the environment to create something natural and beautiful – come and share it with us.

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Bewdley- “The most perfect small Georgian town in Worcester”.

August 12th 2018

Come stay at Haye Farm Sleeping Barn as a group or individual to explore the anciently pretty Georgian town of Bewdley!

With a safari park, the Severn Valley Railway, an the Wyre Forest to explore, you’ll have a wonderful time!

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Walk the Worcestershire Way

July 27th 2017

Haye Farm Sleeping Barn could be a great place to start your adventure.

The Worcestershire Way winds right past Haye Farm just outside Bewdley. It continues for 35 enchanting miles , passing the villages of Abberley and Martley on its way to Great Malvern. On th eway you’ll travel through the delightful Ravenshill Woodland Reserve and the Teme Valley where you can enjoy a short riverside section along the River Teme before you pass the glorious Malvern Hills and the British Camp Iron Age Hill Fort before finishing in Great Malvern.

It can be walked in an epic single effort or broken up into easier stages, either way, Haye Fram is a great place to stay over before you start. It is on a busy working farm with some charming rare breeds and hass accomadation to a very high standard. Have a look at their website and you’ll see the term ‘sleeping barn’ does them a disservice.

 

 

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