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Abbey Farm Barns - Minor and Major Barns, Faversham

Abbey Farm Barns - Minor and Major Barns, Faversham, Swale, Kent ME13 8HS View on map

Monastic timber-framed, weatherboarding-clad barns. The two barns are amongst the few surviving buildings of Faversham Abbey. The larger, Major Barn, dates from circa 1500 with some early 19th century alterations and is listed Grade II. The smaller, Minor Barn, dates from circa 1350 and listed Grade I. In use as a working sawmill.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Faversham Society Open House week 2016 - Dates to be published By appointment at other times

Directions

Access off Abbey fields, sign-posted as Faversham Joinery. Rail: Faversham (0.75 miles). Faversham is the nearest railway station. Site is not served by any bus routes.

Parking Spaces

10

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes