Facilities at Barnstondale

FACILITIES AT BARNSTONDALE

Facilities

The Centre offers completely accessible facilities and accommodation – full-board or self-catering – for up to 150 people. Our three large log cabins, nestled beside a wooded valley, provide an atmospheric and unique accommodation experience, with all rooms en suite. As an alternative, we offer dormitory accommodation for those who prefer the group to be together. With activity areas, multi-use rooms, sporting facilities, dining room and services, we have all you need to make your stay even better.

Our facilities include: classrooms, meeting rooms, art room, assembly hall, leaders lounges, tuck shop, conference room and stage venue, floodlit multi-use games area (MUGA), sensory garden trail, outdoor football pitch, climbing walls, adventure playground, a variety of indoor/outdoor sporting facilities and games rooms. The sports hall is available to be booked by groups visiting Barnstondale, but is also available for regular external sports bookings.

The Dale

Once you are down in our beautiful wooded dale, there’s a whole world of nature around you to be discovered

MUGA

Our Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) can be easily adapted for a range of sports, including football, basketball, cricket and tennis.

Adventure Playground

Our ever-popular adventure playground is equipped with swings, roundabouts, slides and other challenges for climbing and balancing

Sports Hall

Our spacious sports hall, including our indoor climbing wall, means that whatever the weather the adventure doesn’t have to stop.

The Sensory Garden Trail

The trail offers a wealth of experiences along the way, including brightly-coloured, friendly characters, bridges, games, musical instruments and sensory plants. The trail has wheelchair accessible throughout.

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