Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, National Trust, Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Open every day - dawn til dusk. Free entry.

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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.

Brief Description:

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.

Further Information:


Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, The Hollow Road, Faringdon, SN7 7LZ


01793 762209



Opening Hours:

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.

OS SU268940


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.