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The specialist international beekeeping organisation
Author: Bees for Development
Bunk House accommodation is available at £15 per night for Friday and/ or Saturday night. If you would like to stay both nights, please select 2 at check out.
The bunk house offers a simple and rustic, shared accommodation making full use of natural materials and green technology - and is a bit unconventional!
Kitchen/dining room, with spectacular view across the farm, it is equipped with a large fridge, an LPG range style cooker and one large six ring hob. There are trestle tables and benches in the dining area to enjoy your meals together. There is also a wonderful ceramic stove to keep you warn and cosy and help dry off any wet clothes.
Bedrooms are three dormitory style areas (6 beds, 4 beds and 3 beds). All beds are supplied with a sheet, pillow and blanket. However, you will need to bring a duvet or sleeping bag.
Living room - there is a large sitting area to relax in with sofas and beanbags and also a small but interesting library room adjacent to the sitting area.