Brompton-on-Swale is located around three miles east of Richmond. The Farmers Arms is the village's main pub, and also offers accommodation. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Brunton in lands owned by Count Alan of Brittany. The Count had granted the manor to the constable of Richmond Castle, Enisant Musard after 1086, with the previous lord at the time of the Norman conquest being a local man named Thor.
A former Bryer, the barn is stone built with a slate roof. There are washing facilities and a tumbler dryer. Showers and gas fires are included and there is a self catering kitchen. Brompton-on-Swale Camping Barn is situated in the pituresque village of Brompton-on-Swale itself. The barn is only a few minutes walk from the pubs and is right opposite the shop and Post Office where visitors will find plenty of local food available. Brompton Camping Barn can accommodate up to 12 people in 3 separate four bunk rooms with the WC and shower. The barn is equipped with cooking facilities, electricity and a heater. There are also pans, cutlery and crockery. Bedding is provided plus sleeping sacks for a small fee. Campsite available for five tens, shower and toilet available. Bookings to be made with the Youth Hostel Association Central Reservations.
The Barn is half a mile from Catterick Bridge, where the Coast to Coast walk continues, and the town of Richmond - also on the Coast to Coast route, is 3 miles away.
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