Stiperden Barn Bunkhouse
Situated high in the south Pennines on our small holding between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden the Bunkhouse sleeps up to 8 people. Great for walkers and cyclists the self contained space includes: log burning stove, electric heaters powered by our own wind and water turbines, DVD player, shower, separate toilet, kitchen and laundry facilities. Breakfast packs from our produce and locally sourced provisions are available to order. Mountain bikes can be locked in our secure barn. Dogs and children welcome. Price based on 4 people sharing; extra guests £17pp please message us if your group is smaller than 4.
The barn is entirely self contained with it's own entrance up a wooden staircase. Parking for multiple cars is available outside. The accommodation has two double sofa beds, and four single camp beds which can be folded up when not in use to provide more space. We offer breakfast packs to purchase that include sausages and bacon from our rare bread pigs as well as free range eggs from our chickens, a selection of local seasonal produce is available to order in advance of your visit including pre prepared meals, home baked bread and speciality cheeses. A washing machine and tumble dryer are provided for guest use and we include washing tablets. Towels and inflatable pillows are provided, but please bring your own sleeping bags.
Easy access to parking / secure bike store
Interaction with guests
We aim to be home for changeover days to provide keys and information. We are also on hand if requested to provide breakfast packs, locally sourced veg boxes and home cooked ready meals.
The small holding is situated on our 17th century farm on the moor between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, we are 10 minutes drive from the pennine way and are happy to offer a pick up and drop off service for walkers for a small charge on request (please message us when booking). We are adjacent to the Mary Townley Loop and the Burnley way. Pendle Hill is approximately 6 miles away and there are lots of interesting shorter walks in the vicinity. We can provide you with contacts for local guides for both walks and mountain biking. We can also offer clay pigeon shooting through the South Penine Shooting School.
We are close to the Pennine Way, and can provide pick up / drop off for walkers on request. We are also ideally situated for cyclists.
Other things to note
Whilst we welcome dogs as part of the groups staying with us we do require them to be kept on a lead at all times when on the farm The TV in the property is limited to DVD use only, and there is no mobile signal or wifi inside the barn due to our location, although 4G signal is available just a short walk outside. Guests are welcome to use our landline in an emergency.