The barn is set up to welcome groups of up to fourteen young people. Each sleeping area accommodates seven beds with a bridge to connect the two. The open-plan, bunk house style includes two quiet zones to provide more privacy. There’s an annex on the ground floor which is fully accessible and can sleep two.
Downstairs there’s an open plan living room and kitchen area with a large rustic table for dining and art activities. Comfy sofas and beanbags make it a relaxing space complete with a cosy wood burner. There’s also a chill out area upstairs for visitors to relax in.
Check out our amazing 3D model and take a virtual look around Flynne’s Barn!
Building work started on the barn on 19th August 2019. The team have done and incredible job. It’s been wonderful watching it all take shape and seeing the building skills pull together a truly stunning space. We’re pleased that the planners allowed us to keep some exposed stonework in the communal area of the barn. The walls are a wonderful feature and display the extraordinary skills of the stone masons. In preparing the foundations and leveling the ground a record sized boulder was unearthed (thankfully with a digger), so we now have our own standing stone which has made a feature just outside the barn!