5 ways that Broadbrake Bunkbarn in Ingleton is eco-concious

Broadrake bunkbarn, near Ribblehead, Yorkshire Dales, National Park

The bunkhouse is an agricultural building which was converted and thus saved from falling into dis-repair. Here are five ways that they ensure their accommodations is as eco concious as possible

  1.  A wood pellet boiler provides hot water and underfloor heating in the bunkbarn, as well as providing hot water in the adjacent farmhouse for heating and domestic use.
  2. There is sheeps’ wool insulation on all external first floor walls.
  3. The foul water treatment plant  is fuelled by small wind turbines to circulate the waste, rather than electricity.
  4. All domestic waste is either recycled or composted in a wormery.
  5. Guests are encouraged to arrive by public transport with  a free pick up service  from the local station at Ribblehead Viaduct, or Ingleton Community Centre if using buses.
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