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 star. The smaller, Minor Barn, dates from circa 1350 and listed Grade I. In use as a working sawmill.
Date for 2018 to be published. By appointment at other times.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
Access off Abbey fields, signposted as Faversham Joinery. Rail: Faversham (0.75 miles). Faversham is the nearest railway station. Site is not served by any bus routes.
- Wheelchair access: No
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes