Common Features of Friends of Nature Houses
|1 - Court Hill Friends of Nature House,
Oxfordshire OX12 9NE
|Enjoy panoramic views from this comfortable House set high on the ancient Ridgeway Path. Take a stroll along the path, hire a mountain bike or horse ride along the downs and then relax and sample the home cooking in our on-site café.
|2 - Earby Friends of Nature House,
9-11 Birch Hall Lane,
Lancashire BB18 6JX
|A picturesque cottage with a wildlife garden and waterfall situated just off the Pennine Way long distance trail. It has been extensively modernised internally and is on the edge of the village with several pubs and eateries nearby.
|Jack's Place is unfortunately no longer available.
|4 - Trefin Friends of Nature House,
The Old School Hostel, Ffordd-yr-Afon,
Trefin, Pembrokeshire SA62 5AU
|Stay in the old village school whilst exploring the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Bird watchers will be thrilled at the nesting birds on the cliffs and islands and sharp eyed walkers will likely spot seals bobbing on the waters below. Explore our traditional village and savour the eating and drinking delights of our local pub and café.
|5 - Skiddaw Friends of Nature Bunkhouse,
Cumbria CA12 4QX
|Get away from it all in this former shepherds' bothy high on the flanks of Skiddaw. The peace and solitude are overwhelming and best experienced at the beginning or end of the day. The House offers a basic but comfortable stay and is ideal for the walker or cyclist on the Cumbria Way, or as a base for exploring some of the Lake Districts quieter fells.
|6 - Wetherdown Friends of Nature House,
The Sustainability Centre,
Droxford Road, East Meon,
Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 1HR
|Green thinking members must visit us in our wonderful setting high up on the South Downs Way where we offer a range of one day and residential courses ranging from sustainable building construction to hedge-laying. With an on-site café, the House itself has a biomass boiler, photovoltaic cells and
sheepswool insulation and is ideally situated for walking and cycling along the South Downs.
|7 - Dervaig Friends of Nature House,
Dervaig Village Hall,
Dervaig, Isle of Mull,
Scotland PA75 6QW
|A warm welcome from our traditional village community is offered to those
who stay in our House. We offer comfortable accommodation for those
exploring this part of Mull with wonderful walks, bird and animal life right
on the doorstep. For eating out look no further than our local village pub,
or for food supplies the nearby village shop.
|8 - Lawrenny Friends of Nature House,
Wales SA68 0PN
|There's walking, boating, birdwatching and village life on your doorstep and you're very close to many of Pembrokeshire's top family attractions, plus of course the wonderful beaches of south Pembrokeshire.
Lawrenny is on the shores of the Cleddau estuary so it is a perfect base for an active holiday or just gentle walks whilst watching the tide come in and out. What more could you want...
9 - Kirk Yetholm Friends of Nature House,
Roxburghshire TD5 8PG
|Kirk Yetholm, nestling below the picturesque village green, is the former village school but has been offering hostel style accommodation for the last 70 years. Located at the start/end of the Pennine Way it is the classic stop for the PW walker; for those doing the St. Cuthbert's Way; for cyclists on the 250 mile "Borderloop" cycle route; as a base for local day hikes and for those interested in the countryside and local heritage. It is particularly suited to individuals, families and small groups. Recently upgraded, the house offers a friendly and peaceful retreat in which to stay after a day exploring the stunning local countryside.