Every September Heritage Open Days celebrate our fantastic history and culture. It’s your chance to see hidden places for free – and this year you can take a sneak peek inside Puttenham Barn on Sunday 10th September!
Puttenham Barn, over 250 years old, is a typical Surrey barn with weatherboarding, long steeply sloping tiled roofs known as catslides, and a waggon porch. It was saved from ruin and sympathetically restored by a group of volunteers in the early 2000’s, and is now run by a charity as an eco-friendly bunkhouse for walkers and cyclists.
Located within a pretty rural setting on the outskirts of Puttenham Village, visitors are warmly invited to stop by any time between 11:00 – 16:00 this Sunday 10th September to discover this hidden gem for themselves. They can then have a quick lunch or drink at the Good Intent pub round the corner before heading to their next Heritage stop. Perfect day!
Special note – there is NO PARKING on site – please park on the main road and walk in.
Exact location here: https://goo.gl/maps/Ksb58k5V6z5BLV1a7
More information here: https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting/event/puttenham-barn-bunkhouse2023Find out more about Puttenham Barn Bunkhouse