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Living Room

About the Barn

The Barn itself has a living room with tables and benches and a multifuel stove. There is a fully equipped kitchen with electric cooker, grill, fridge, pots & pans, plates and cutlery. There are two bathrooms, each with toilet facilities and hot showers. One of the bathrooms is accessible directly from the field for campers.

Large Dormitory

Upstairs there are two bunk dormitories; one sleeping 5 people, the other four. Each dormitory has its own staircase to the ground floor.

Al fresco dining

Outside there is a small lawn area for sitting and admiring the view, or having an al fresco breakfast beyond that is a large camping field and a good sized forested area.

Your small, responsible group will have sole use of The Barn throughout your stay.


The Barn is available between Easter and late October at a cost of £80 per night to hire on Fridays and Saturdays; £40 per night for Sundays to Thursdays or £300 for a week (Friday to Friday).

To check availability and make a booking, please see Contact us


Finding Flagg Barn

Use the Google map below to find directions to the Barn. You might also click the "Sat" button, then zoom in to see the barn and adjacent wood.

View Flagg Barn in a larger map

Important information about your visit:

We have a local keyholder who will ensure you can access the Barn when you arrive. There is no supervision on site but you will be sent details about what to do if you encounter a problem once your booking and your payment have been received.

You should plan to bring with you:

  • All bedding
  • Coal and firelighters for the stove
  • Black bin bags for rubbish
  • Basic kitchen equipment such as kitchen roll, washing up liquid and scourers
  • Toilet rolls - There is a large Morrisons supermarket just 15 minutes drive away in Buxton.

All The Barn services are operated by electricity and there is a coin meter that accepts £1 coins. You will need at least £20 for a busy weekend.



The Flagg Trust. The Barn is owned and operated by a charitable trust, Registered Charity No. 235328. The trust is affiliated to the FOY Society which is part of the Unitarian General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches

The Flagg Trust exists to support Unitarian principles that:

  • Everyone has the right to seek truth and meaning for themselves.
  • The fundamental tools for doing this are your life experiences, your reflection upon it, your intuitive understanding and the promptings of your own conscience.
  • The best setting for this is a community that welcomes you for who you are, complete with your beliefs, doubts and questions.
  • In the spirit of civil and religious liberty, equality of respect and opportunity is for everyone.

It also exists to support the village of Flagg and to encourage people, especially children and young people, to enjoy being outdoors and in the countryside.

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