Trawden Camping Barn, Middle Beardshaw Head Farm, Burnley Road, Trawden Lancashire, BB8 8PP
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OverviewTrawden Camping Barn provides rustic accommodation in a Grade 2 listed stone barn on Middle Beardshaw Farm. The farm featured in the award winning film, Summer's Gift. The landscape around the barn is stunning and the nearby village of Wycoller has been much used in films and TV programs. The barn is large and open, it has an ancient timbered roof and stunning views. On an overhead gallery there are beds and bunks for 7 people and space for 15 mattresses. The open area has a wood burning stove, a selection of sofas, chairs and tables and 15 more mattresses for sleeping. The barn has a quaint conservatory with sofas, table tennis and pool table and a single shower and toilet room. The kitchen, more toilets and showers are in a separate building 15m from the barn. The kitchen has crockery and cutlery for up to 20, plenty of large cooking pans, fridges, toasters, kettles, microwaves and a four ring gas hob. Two pillows and fresh bottom sheets are provided for the beds but not on the mattresses. Please bring your own sleeping bags. Washing up liquid, tea towels and toilet roll provided. There is a BBQ area by the kitchen and space for outside games on the campsite. Pub and cafe a short walk away in the village. Well behaved dogs welcome with prior notice.
This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Beds & Rooms:37 (7 beds + 30 mattresses)
Open:All year. Warm clothes and sleeping bags required in winter
Price per night:£15pp plus £10 per night per group for electricity. Visitors can bring their own fuel for the fire or buy it on-site.
Booking:Please phone or email.
Directions:Follow Burnley Road up to the top keeping the church wall on your left. 15 mins walk, from church in Trawden. Please note that there are 3 farms next to each other on Burnley road with entrances 100yards apart. Beware that all have Beardshaw in their address.The barn is on MIDDLE Beardshaw Farm. Please don't go down to LOWER Beardshaw by mistake. Thanks!
Public Transport:Lancashire bus Witch Way X43 passes through to Colne, then bus to Trawden. Trains from Preston to Colne (end of the line).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the walking festivals page, the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map, the Hostels with Camping map and the camping barn map.
It has availability at Easter.
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A spring walking holiday? Trawden Camping Barn is the place to be
January 14th 2020
Simple but suitable accommodation in a gorgeous grade II listed building. Perhaps this Easter you’re yearning for a walking holiday with friends. Trawden Camping Barn is ideal for just that.
The surrounding area is beautiful, the view from the doorstep is divine. There’s loads of walks to sink your teeth into, and the nearby village has been featured on shows such as Countryfile and Hidden villages. Getting out in the great outdoors has never been easier, it’s what makes Trawden Camping Barn a top spot to spend your Easter.
Keep that holiday feeling by joining the South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival.
July 30th 2019
17 days of celebration in the beautiful hills and valleys of the South Pennines. Join events for families, cyclists, horse riders and walkers and stay at the Trawden Camping Barn.
The South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival, 7th – 22nd Sept 2019 is the perfect opportunity to explore the wild and wonderful South Pennines landscape, its heather-covered moors, steep-sided valleys, canals, reservoirs and packhorse trails. Spanning the Yorkshire Lancashire border this area has a fascinating history, offering everything from Neolithic stone carvings to world-changing industrial heritage and many hidden gems. Over the centuries it has inspired artists and writers and those who visit and those who stay.
You may wish to march across the moorland on one of the strenuous all-day hikes or perhaps discover the geology of Widdop Moor just north of Hebden Bridge accompanied by readings of Ted Hughes’ poetry. Or maybe saddle up for the Bronte mountain bike challenge. Whatever your pace or interests the South Pennines has it all.
Where better a place to stay with a group of like minded friends than Trawden Camping Barn, great value for money and perfectly situated to access the whole of the South Pennines.
Find out more about the festival here
Pendle Walking Festival.
May 15th 2019
Just four miles from Trawden Camping Barn, Pendle Walking Festival is the largest free walking festival in the country. Walks can be booked from 20th May 2019, so get planning now.
Pendle’s Walking Festival is an annual event that runs from the second Saturday in August and ends the following Sunday. There are guided walks every day to suit walkers of all abilities, ranging from easy walks of a couple of miles to fantastic challenge walks. There are so many great walks and the heart of the festival is at Pendle, just four miles from the idyllic rural camping barn accommodation at Trawden , so why not come and join in?
Find out more from our free Pendle Walking Festival Programme, which is available here. Walks can only be booked from the 20th of May 2019.