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Please see accommodation for details of the properties and what is included when making a booking.

How to Book


  • Firstly check our availability for the farmhouse and barn using the bookings calendar.  

  • A reservation and booking enquiries can then be made by  your nominated groups leader (see Booking Terms and Conditions below) to the Micklepage Bookings Secretary.

  • The Bookings Secretary will then send out the booking forms via post or email and they will need to be completed and returned promptly with the deposit payment within three weeks of reservation. Until the deposit is received bookings remain provisional.

  • Payments can be made online via BACS or by cheque to the Bookings Secretary



2023 Bookings

Jane Cole Bookings Secretary 

e:     t: 07907 800245

Please include the following information in your email:-


Dates requested

Reason for Visit

Contact telephone number


Booking Terms and Conditions

  • All groups must have a nominated group leader to take responsibility for the booking and accommodation. For example, this could be a group leader for a community group, or a responsible adult in the party for a family group. When booking group leaders enter into an agreement that they, and the group members, will adhere to the terms and conditions of the rental.

  • At the time of booking a deposit is required. The booking forms and deposit must be received by the bookings secretary within 3 weeks of the reservation being made.

  • Bookings will only be confirmed as ‘booked’ once the deposit is received by the bookings secretary and will show as ‘provisional on the bookings calendar until this time.

  • Payment is required in full at least 4 full weeks prior to the stay.

  • Cancellations:  All communications regarding cancellations must be made by the signatory on the booking form in writing to the Bookings Secretary by post or email.

       The following cancellation charges apply:

  • Cancellations made between the date of booking until 4 weeks before the stay will incur loss of the deposit.

  • Cancellations made in the 4 weeks prior to the stay will incur loss of total fees paid.

  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new, Europe-wide law

  • that replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 in the UK. It comes into force

  • from May 2018.

In line with the regulation, Micklepage Trust holds the Group Leader’s name,

address, phone number and email address for each Group of Visitors that

stay at/use the Farmhouse or Barn. This information is not accessible or

passed on to any other organisation.

The Trust will occasionally use this information to invite Group Leaders to

consider becoming a Trustee of the Charity and/or to act as a volunteer on

one of the Trust’s working parties.

If you require details of the information we hold on you personally, wish it to

be amended, updated or deleted, please email


What else should I know?


  • The buildings are old and therefore accessibility is unfortunately limited. Any particular access requirements should be discussed with the bookings secretary. Paving is ancient, listed, and can be very slippery - take great care.

  • Visitors are responsible for leaving the properties clean. You can print out a  checklist of cleaning and housekeeping responsibilities for your stay here.

  • There is no WIFI broadband in the properties. The farmhouse has a telephone.

  • We ask that you keep noise to a reasonable level especially at night to avoid disturbing your neighbours

  • Please do not park on the grass, in front of the field gates, or block any access to roads and properties. Designated parking is provided outside the barn and to the front of the chapel. You can find information on parking here.

  • do not feed the horses

  • No camping in the Micklepage grounds except by special permission from the Bookings Secretary

  • How to find us


You will find a list of common questions and answers about booking and accommodation in our FAQ section

Rates valid until 31 Dec 2023


Residential Stays

Weekends – Fridays, Saturdays, Sunday nights and Bank Holidays:

One night (2 days) £357 per building – farmhouse or barn.  Both buildings £714

Two nights £498 per building – farmhouse or barn. 

Both buildings £996

Three nights £710 per building – farmhouse or barn.  Both buildings £1420

Three nights Bank Holidays only £700 per building-farmhouse and barn. Both buildings £1400

Midweek Monday - Thursday:

£121 per night per building. Both buildings  per night £242


Non Residential Stays

Weekends (Fri Sat Sun) £210 per building per day

Both buildings £420

Midweek (Mon – Thus) £85 per building - farmhouse or barn. Both buildings £170



A deposit will be required to confirm the booking of £150 each for the farmhouse and barn for residential stays  and £30  for day bookings. 



 •    Cancellations made between the date of booking until 4 weeks before the stay will incur loss of the deposit.
•    Cancellations made in the 4 weeks prior to the stay will incur loss of total fees paid.









What to Bring




  • Food and Drink as required

  • Toilet Paper and soap

  • Any cleaning products required e.g. washing up liquid

  • Bedding: sheets/ duvets/ pillowslips

  • Towels

  • Wet weather gear and warm clothes (the buildings are fully heated but old)

  • Wellington Boots (the grounds can get muddy!)

  • Walking boots

  • Torch (there is limited lighting outside at night and the woodshed is not lit should you need logs)

  • Firelighters

  • Baby and children’s equipment e.g. changing mat, high chair, cots etc


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