Barn Farm, Birchover, Derbyshire

Discussion in 'Derbyshire' started by MorkC68, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. next time your there. the flying childers in stanton peak. best and proper pub nearest the nine ladies. dog friendly open fires and real ales. :thumbsup:
     
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  2. nice one, thanks for the pub!
     
  3. Stayed there in 2012 (thought it was a couple of years ago, amazing how time flies.) nice place and a nice walk up to the stones, we walked a circuitous route past them and then back to the site. Only a few miles but it was a good weekend. Went with mr @vanorak and Col.

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  4. Breakfast at chez dicky

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  6. Lol!
     
  7. They're back in fashion apparently, someone local to us has just fitted some to his bus :D ;)
     
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  8. What goes around comes around eh!
     
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  9. we met at nine

    we met at eight

    I was on time

    No.. you were late....


    Ah Yes! I remember it well....

    Check you out with your matching S & P and Westie Table...:cool:
     
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  10. Check you out with your veggie bacon!
     
  11. Merlin Cat

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    @MorkC68 thinking of staying next weekend. Do they allow fire pits do you know please? That's one of our criteria :)
     
  12. Merlin Cat

    Merlin Cat Moderator

    @MorkC68 thinking of staying next weekend. Do they allow fire pits do you know please? That's one of our criteria :)
     
  13. I think they may do if they're off the floor in sealed containers (like the bush pigs)
     
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  14. Facebook has reminded me I stayed there 4 years ago.

    I loved it, so peaceful and relaxing .

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