Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, National Trust, Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Open every day - dawn til dusk. Free entry.
Parking is available in a lengthy tarmacked lay-by alongside the grounds of the barn. The site is level, although it is largely laid to compacted gravel and earth. The entrance to the barn itself has a few slightly raised cobbles to negotiate.
There are no toilet facilities on the site. The nearest public toilets with disability facilities are in Farringdon (SU288954) - around 2 miles to the east. Dogs are welcome but should be kept on leads.
Once part of a large 13th century grange, Great Barn in Great Coxwell is all that survives of the site that provided funds to Beaulieu Abbey in Hampshire. The original grange would have included a windmill, pig farm and dairy herd.
Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, The Hollow Road, Faringdon, SN7 7LZ
Open every day from dawn til dusk. Free entry.
From the A420 at Swindon head east for 5 miles. Turn left towards (brown sign for Great Coxwell Tithe Barn) and take first exit on the roundabout, again signposted towards the barn. Continue until you reach a T-junction in the village and follow the National Trust sign towards the barn and the barn and lay-by will be on your left.
Bus: Service from Swindon to Oxford, alight at Great Coxwell
The barn is 2 miles south-west of Faringdon between A420 and B4019.
There are no amenities on-site, but you can find plenty of places for food and drink in nearby Faringdon.