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Winterbourne Medieval Barn

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Church Lane,, Winterbourne BS36 1SE, England
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Amazing Medieval building

The plain outside hides a stunning building from the inside. We went to a superb performance of... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
LMHGloucestershire
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Gloucestershire
Fabulous historical site

We very much enjoyed our visit to the Winterbourne Medieval Barn. We came during the Medieval fair... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
Jo B
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Bristol
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Church Lane,, Winterbourne BS36 1SE, England
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Reviewed 2 July 2017

The plain outside hides a stunning building from the inside. We went to a superb performance of medieval music last week, which added to the whole medieval feel of the Barn itself. As we walked in and saw the amazing roof timbers, everyone just went...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2017

We very much enjoyed our visit to the Winterbourne Medieval Barn. We came during the Medieval fair and were thoroughly entertained. What a brilliantly organised event, put together and run by some amazing volunteers and groups. And the sun shone too. Couldn't have asked for...More

1  Thank Jo B
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Dating from the early 1300s, this beautiful building is being gradually and lovingly restored to its former glory. Features include a cider press and a stunning beamed roof. Well worth a visit.

2  Thank Gill688
Reviewed 8 November 2016

I have lived this side of Bristol all my life and I did not know this place existed until a family member started volunteering there!! I went to see a play there and was amazed to find this beautiful building. Such a lot of history...More

2  Thank wannabeaussie
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Check their website for open days / events, otherwise there is no access. The barn is well worth a visit. Built in 1348, with virtually all the roof timbers intact, it has a wonderful, oak, raised-cruck roof. The barn is unique in being one of...More

1  Thank handel21
Reviewed 21 March 2016

This barn is hidden away from the busy roads and easy to miss.It is before St.Micheal s church and before you turn the corner.IT is open only certain saturdays so not often, but you can see from the road that it is a inpressive building...More

1  Thank Jennifer M
Reviewed 25 January 2015

I have seen this building as the venue for carol services for christmas - what a great atmosphere to hold such an event. It tends to be open for special events only

Thank Joy H
Reviewed 31 October 2014

Tythe barn being restored, went to last Christmas's service, very nice atmosphere lovely. Plenty of hard work being done here Wrap up warm and you'll enjoy it

1  Thank Gaynor P
Reviewed 14 June 2014

Winterbourne Medieval Barn is a fantastic old building which has been cared for by a group of volunteers through a trust (thus saving it from dereliction). Built during the 100 Years War , the site has much history associated with it. The Website has good...More

4  Thank Albia-Newton
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Julie B
1 October 2015|
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Response from suefox2016 |
Access Dogs are welcome at all the Barn's events and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome to attend our annual Medieval Fayre (June) and Orchard Harvest Day (October). See web site for full details. Thank you.
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