This grade II* three-storey
Jacobean thatched farmstead
Is ideal for film or photographic location work. The house and barns are set within 25 acres of pastures, woodland, orchards and walled gardens. We offer privacy and flexibility and can provide access to extensive facilities to make the shoot run smoothly.
Its south facing position ensures Hayne Catches the first and the last of the sun.
Mentioned on a charter of Edgar which was dated 974 there has been a dwelling on the site at least since the middle ages. Little has changed since its last significant rebuilding of c1670 and so it retains many original features.
- Two-storey porch shelters two 19th century oak seats with a Cornish slate floor
- Lobby has colourful ceramic mosaic 19th century tiles
- 17th century double-skinned studded oak door with fleur-de-lys hinges
- 7’6” wide oak fireplace in the hall
- 16th century massive floor supporting beams with stop and scroll stopped chamfers
- Wide oak and elm floor boards throughout the house
- Unusual oak box staircase with its split upper stage and original turned bannisters
- Vaulted large bedroom on top floor with exposed A-Frames timbers, variant dovetail joints, oak & iron pegs
Great late 17th century grade II* was recently restored
- constructed from cob and lime
- 12 ventilation slots preserved with their original carpentry
- Two opposing pairs of double doors and an elm threshing floor through the middle.
- Newly laid limestone floor either side (with underfloor heating)
- 17th century A-frames having the long legs of jointed crucks re-used upside down
Grade II listed, it is attached to the house and has been recently renovated; A mix of stone and cob construction; It was originally for agricultural use and is now open planned in design along with 3 bedrooms and bathrooms.
Old Milking Parlour
Converted to use as a kitchen at one end. Facilities for Gents/Ladies/Disabled lavatories and showers
Set amongst 25 acres of pastures, woodland, orchard, kitchen garden, landscaped lawns and an enchanting cob walled garden. The view overlooks an ancient hanging wood across the valley which winds down to the River Yeo.
We can provide ample parking for the production vehicles, coaches & executive cars. We have a split phase power supply, Wi-Fi, catering, on-site accommodation including yurts & bell tents, and the Threshing Barn is wired for a PA system and has flexible discreet lighting (remote controlled spots, stage lighting etc).