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February 20th, 2013

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Our Second Year!

January 12th, 2013

A Happy New Year to everyone. What a fantastic first year we have had. So many visitors and lots of bookings for 2013. In fact there are not many weekends available until October if you are a big group wanting to rent all three barns. We look forward to welcoming everyone to Pitlands Barns
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Our First Year

July 31st, 2012

Doesn’t time fly! We have been taking guests for nearly 11 months in the Stables and 9 months in the Granary and The Cart Shed and what a busy time we have had! Weddings, birthday celebrations, anniversary celebrations, family gatherings and hen parties, the barns have been full most weekends. Highlights for the children have been feeding and collecting the eggs in the morning, and enjoying them for breakfast. Now we are busy harvesting so we need the sun to shine for the next month both for our guests and the farming. Please visit us on Facebook – Pitlands Barns Up Marden and find out our latest news.

5* Luxury Self-Catering Accommodation!

November 30th, 2011

Fantastic news today – We had our assessment from Visit England and Pitlands Barns was graded as 5* self-catering accommodation. We also gained the Welcome Cyclists and Welcome Walkers grading and  M1 in the National accessibility scheme. Celebrations tonight!

Pitlands Barns is featured in The Times!

November 9th, 2011

Pitlands Barns is now fully open and we have had our first visitors! Our guests enjoyed their stay in the Granary and we have more arriving today.  We were thrilled to be featured in The Times as one of ‘20 Fabulous Festive Boltholes’. It all looks fantastic, inside and out and everyone has worked very hard to finish everything by the deadline. We celebrated with drinks in the Granary last week to say thank you to everyone for all their hard work – we managed to complete it exactly a year after starting!

September 2011

September 11th, 2011

We are pleased to announce that self catering accommodation will soon be available at The Stables, Pitlands Barns. The interior is finished  and once the paths and patio are laid and car parking area concreted we will be open for business!  New photos on www.pitlandsbarns.co.uk.

The Cart Shed at Pitlands Barns is nearly complete, just waiting for the finishing touches to the bathrooms and the arrival of the furniture and curtains.

The Granary at Pitlands Barns is still waiting for stairs, but all the oak floors are laid upstairs and the kitchen in the process of being fitted. Bathrooms all ready to be installed next week. The barns look splendid now the scaffolding is down.

We are still hoping to be fully opened by the end of October, 2 months ahead of schedule. On-line booking is now available at www.pitlandsbarns.co.uk.

May 2011

June 9th, 2011

The solar panels are now on the roof on the south side. The walls in the Stables have been plastered and have had the first coat of paint– it is almost looking habitable. We just need some stairs!

We are well ahead of schedule and hope to be open by December.

Solar panels on south side of barnUpstairs of the stables cottage

April 2011

June 9th, 2011

The topping out ceremony on the roof – 21st April – the last ridge tile was laid by Andrew.

Under floor central heating has been installed in the Stables and the Cart Shed. The oak windows are all fitted now making the barns watertight!

Underfloor heating being addedTopping out ceremony

March 2011

June 9th, 2011

The roofers have been working hard for more than a month, insulating and tiling the roof – 10,000 slates!

Work goes on making openings for the windows and doors on the south side of the barns.  Inside the barns, the internal walls are taking shape.

Window and door openings on the barn

January 2011

June 9th, 2011

The enormous rainwater tank has been lowered into the 6 metre deep hole and pipes laid to collect all the rainwater from the roof. Sewage pipes have also been connected to the sewage treatment plant. The roof has been removed and all the rafters checked and damaged ones replaced.