We are not currently accepting bookings due to the Covid-19 restrictions. However, the information below applies during times of normal operation.
£18 per person per night. Larger groups contact us to discuss your requirements and booking charges.
A non-returnable deposit amounting to the higher of £5 or 10% is required to confirm all overnight bookings.
Get in touch here to enquire about overnight bookings.
You’re welcome to use our duvets and pillows. You can either bring your own sheet, duvet cover and pillow slips or hire them from us at £5 per set (also includes a towel).
We charge for hire of linen as an incentive to our guests to help minimise the environmental impact associated with washing bedding & towels after a single use; and to ensure the bunkbarn can offer competitive rates to guests by keeping running costs to a minimum.
The perfect gift for explorers: a comfortable bed after a long day’s walking, or a pit-stop on a cycle trek. Contact us to find out how you can give someone some well-earned time out.
Daytime and evening bookings
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we are operating the premises on a reduced basis. Consequently, we are not presently offering the rooms for daytime or evening use. However, we review this policy regularly as circumstances evolve.
Charges are based on £40 per session up to 4 hours for each part of the building, reducing for longer periods or bookings using more than one room. Contact us to discuss your requirements. At the discretion of the Friend in Residence reduced charges are available for charities, local community and Quaker groups.
A non-returnable deposit amounting to the higher of £15 or 10% is required to confirm for all daytime/evening bookings.
Payments by cheque made out to Airton Friends’ Meeting. Other payment methods by arrangement.
Airton Barn is unlike most places you’re likely to stay in! We’re quiet most of the time, so it’s more than likely you’ll be the only people overnight (although we can’t guarantee that!) The bunkbarn is run by the volunteer ‘Friend in Residence’, so whilst there’s a friendly welcome, there isn’t a permanently staffed front desk. That’s why we ask for a time of arrival when you book – and it also means that although we can usually take last minute bookings we’re not always able to less than 7 days in advance.
In ‘normal’ times, the Barn is also used for daytime and evening events, as a community venue and for retreats and courses. We can take bookings for these at any time. Overnight bookings for groups of six or fewer may be made up to 3 months in advance and for larger groups at any time.