What makes a stay at Bumble Barn Great Field Farm unique?
Bumble Barn features eco-friendly features like a green sedum roof, a heat exchange system, infrared underfloor heating and smart pollen control sensors, CO2 levels, ventilation, heating and lighting. Bumble Barn, was created offsite by the Green Unit, supplied virtually complete in seven modular sections, to be slotted together in one day ready for completion.
What is the capacity for Bumble Barn Great Field Farm?
Bumble Barn can accommodate up to 6 guests at one time. It has 3 bedrooms, one king-sized, double bedroom with an en-suite shower room, and two twin bedrooms with a shared bath/shower room. The Bumble Barn boasts an open plan sitting, dining and fully-equipped kitchen area. There is also an outside patio area with garden furniture with views over the open fields.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Canterbury area?
Just 10- minutes by car will get you to Cantebury where you can visit the Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury and part of a World Heritage site together with St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church. Whitstable provides a wide range of attractions for all, including; water sports, history, shopping, walks and just relaxing on the beach. There are plenty of places to visit in the vicinity, including Howletts and Port Lympne Animal Parks; Wildwood British Wildlife Park; Wingham Wildlife Park and the Rare Breeds Center in the south of England.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are many local pubs and several restaurants in Canterbury. Just 500m away, The George Inn is the closest pub. The Rose & Crown in Stelling Minnis is very popular, and the food is abundant and of great value. The Bowl Inn in Hastingleigh has received the CAMRA award for Best Local Pub for three years and serves local Kentish beers.