Warren Barn

 

Warren Barn is a converted linhay and threshing barn located in the grounds of Cockington Country Park close to Torquay. The centre and park is managed by Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust, a charity which looks after 1800 acres of land across Torbay in South Devon.

The barn lies in a secluded wooded valley, close to Cockington Village, surrounded by 450 acres of country park and within walking distance to the beach, which makes it the ideal base for coastal and countryside residential visits and group holidays. The barn sleeps 46, with capacity to sleep a few more if required, it has a woodburner with large communal area for group meals, two large dormitories and two smaller bedrooms, three bathrooms and a large outside courtyard area with a campfire and pizza oven.

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Latest News for Warren Barn

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Fantastic School Outdoor Residential Offer! 50%...

7 October 2015

We have a wonderful offer for schools thinking about bringing out one or more classes on an outdoor adventure residential in the beautiful South Devon Coast &...

Fantastic School Outdoor Residential Offer! 50%...

11 September 2014

We have a wonderful offer for schools thinking about bringing out one or more class on an outdoor adventure residential in the beautiful South Devon Coast &...

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Upcoming Events at Warren Barn

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Berry Head Bat Walks

26 May 2017

A unique opportunity to see the rare Greater Horseshoe bats at Berry Head, a Geopark Gateway Site. The Greater Horseshoe bats live in the caves formed in the 400 million...

Catch and Cruise

24 June 2017

Come and join us at Brixham Harbour for a summer boat trip with commentary, mackerel fishing and BBQ.  24th June 4pm - 6pm 15th July 4pm - 6pm 19th August...

Memorial Rose Garden Open Afternoon

27 June 2017

Meet our Head Gardener and team of dedicated volunteers to learn more about how they look after the Rose Garden. Pick up some hints and tips on rose care, or simply enjoy...

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