Nether Farm nestles within the catchment of the Henmore Brook and its complex of buildings were originally constructed in the middle 17th century and extended during the reign of Queen Anne.
The farm is set within private farmland grazed by cattle during summer and sheep during winter.
The Barn buildings were originally constructed as single storey, later raised in part to include a 2nd storey in the 1950s. They were used for cattle until the farm was purchased and restored in 2003 and now provide luxury self catering accommodation.
The entrance to the Barns is from the rear. Fronting onto Mill Lane are the former stable door openings, the top half of which now open to provide additional light into the Barns.
The Barns do not have private gardens but there is outdoor space for sitting and a barbecue and guests are invited to walk the farmland and the Brook. A map of the property is provided for your use.
NOTE: Both Barns have been restored retaining original door openings and floor heights and therefore standard access widths and heights are not always met.
No smoking is allowed in either of the Barns.
Unfortunately we are not able to welcome pets.