Been to turning barn five or six times over the last two years it very peaceful beautiful and so relaxing u feel free from cares and troubles of today's world, the people who stay there are friendly but not intrusive the showers and toilets are very clean intact everywhere is clean and well kept will be back very soon , looking forward to it
Kevin and babs | 26-06-2020
My late partner Roger and his wife Gwynneth camped there several times before her death in 2007.
He said it was a lovely place where everyone had a great time with no embarrassment or intrusive misbehaviour. It was a civilised place to bring the family safely.
We might have come back if his health had been up to it.
Rwth Hunt | 29-10-2019
We've been visiting TB, off and on for several years. Noticing change is almost impossible, but that isn't a bad thing.
Massive grounds with walks, sun traps, views and plenty of options for just kicking back.
This is a gem of a place. Wholely concur with the other reviews.
Iain & Shani | 08-06-2019More reviews by Iain & Shani (7)
Tything barn love the tranquility surroundings.wasnt a naturist till we came here.love the experience.been 5 years in a row with our three dogs and going down again soon.dogs love swimming and we like the skinny dipping.relaxation eric and les
David fry | 31-07-2018
We visited in 99,2000,2001,2006 and 2wks in 2007. So pleased it's open. Loved cottages and cabins. Probably cottage next visit. Not been back for health reasons and both of us have put on weight and conscious of it in nude. Joe and June were lovely,plus jasper the dog.
Colin and Christine Tufnell
Colin and Christine Tufnell | 01-07-2018
I stayed a few days there as my friends had come from londonto stay there and they invited me there first time for me as a naturist and I enjoyed it and the beautiful tything Barn and it fantastic views and a lake you can swim in and you can go kyaking in the estuery what a beautiful place and it is well looked after I cant wait to go again
Barrie | 08-11-2017
We have been regular visitors to ‘The Barn’ for many years, it’s beauty and welcoming ambience blew us away on the very first visit and it still does. Managers have come and gone which caused some uncertainty but this beautiul and endearing place is now in the safe and professional hands of Jerry and his family. His professional manner and ability to listen and discuss, compliments the sites multiple qualities. If you are a sedentary individual of family or need some adventure or action you will feel at home here! The beautiful visiting sea entices you to want to kayak or swim as does the lagoon. The established fauna and flora beckons you with open arms to walk or run through the trees feeling the sun wind and rain against your naked skin. Themed events throughout the year bring opportunities to let your hair down and meet new people from all walks of life and make new friend whilst creating fun filled memories to savour. Or if you want armchair politics, comedy a sing song or music, sit around the fire and join in or just sip on a glass of your favourite tipple and be immersed in the raw intellect and humour on offer.
Steff | 14-10-2017
TYTHING BARN IS OPEN; it has never closed. This is an assumption some have made as the managers, Jo and Mike, have moved on. It is now managed very efficiently by Jerry and his family. I have just spent two weeks at Tything and it is as good as ever.
Swim in the lagoon, sunbathe, go conooing and sit round the campfire, or If you prefer, You can keep yourself to yourself. The choice is yours.
Dave | 26-08-2017
Had a fantastic time loved the people loved the camp.. was my first time ever as naturists but felt like I had been doing it for years so comfortable thier I will be back
Mandi Attwood-davis | 04-07-2017
My wife and I and our Jack Russell visited 2014 and 2015, didn't make last year as doggy had 5 prolapsed discs remove in a very expensive surgical procedure, now fully recovered we hope to visit this year and meet the new owners. It really is the closest I feel I can get to paradise , peace freedom, Awsome night skies, great people and complete tranquillity. Paul and Denise.
Paul | 22-04-2017More reviews by Paul (2)
been to tythingbarn last 2 years and we loved it but seems to have closed website no longer working to booked our naturist holiday at Lakeside farm in lincolnshire and we both had a great time best holiday ever but would still like to book tythingbarn sometimes if it reopens
jim and sally | 23-01-2017
did you get my feedback ! thank you both again ! for a great time ,we are mising the freedom all ready and can not wait to come back ! it's a 5 hrs drive from here but worth it
kindest regards Dave n Rose
dave berry | 25-06-2016
This was our first time at tything barn, certainly not our last, what a picturesque setting, joe and Mike the hosts were very welcoming, and nothing was to much trouble,the site it's self was very peaceful clean and tidy,if like us if this is your first time ,You won't want to leave
R beynon | 20-06-2016More reviews by R beynon (2)
Love it here been few times booked again 2016 peace of heaven must visit if 1st timers or veteran naturists highly recommend tything
gareth stone | 26-11-2015
Cant wait to return, we had a cottage for a week and camped an extra night, a very special and stunning setting, lovely walks in a wildlife haven and open lagoons to swim in.
The terrier soon made her self at home and true dog friendly site, thanks from Sox x
also had excelent time on river with Paul and Tides Kayaks .
Hosts Jo and Mike wellcoming, informative and smiling,
Garry, Cat and Sox | 28-07-2015
ohhh my! after a 7 hour drive towing the caravan to the site, i was fed up of driving, but what a place!! out of this world scenery and pristeen site... felt right at home there and cant wait to get back!
steven lancashire | 27-03-2015More reviews by steven lancashire (5)
Our first visit this year (2014) we will return! Truly beautiful campsite, we have made new friends, all very relaxing. Our stay included the fun weekend,an annual event which we enjoyed very much,. There is everything you need here the facilities are spotless though it took me a while to master the washing machine, perhaps better if I had read the instructions! Evenings by the fire pit are wonderful, we were made so welcome and soon got chatting, all in all a truly lovely place to stay.
Jan, Tom and Holly | 21-09-2014
had my first visit there was a bit nervous to start but thought what the hell stripped off and had an amazing time walking around the lagoons and fields and lovely views of the estuary plenty of room for tents and caravans i would highly recommend it
graham | 15-05-2014
My first visit to a naturist camp site with my Lady friend at the young age of 68. Booked on for one night and stayed ten,been back for another ten nights and hope to visit many more times in the future. Nothing can compare with the feeling of complete ease of walking and swimming naked in wonderful grounds bathed with the sunshine of the last couple of months. I recommend this site to anyone who has not tried naturist life,the staff are very pleasant (after warning no hanky panky is tolerated)and helpful, giving you a full site tour on arrival of the well serviced site.
Dave Baker | 06-09-2013
Spent four days here last week and I am amazed at what a lovely place it is. Management were extremely welcoming and more than happy to assist where needed. Other campers were very friendly and this was an awesome first trip for us.
The facilities were perfect - this isnt the place for someone who wants every last facility but the swimming was great, the walks relaxing and the facilities very good. I really cant wait to return.
Jon | 17-08-2013
A place to relax, meditate, whatever.Heaven on earth, well sort of.
david ward | 18-10-2012
We have camped at Tything Barn for a few years. The site is a beautiful place to stay, we always feel like we have had a holiday when we stay there.
Karen Evans | 02-09-2012
This site is in a truly fantastic setting, around two tidal pools in an old quarry, alongside a peaceful estuary. Don't let the word 'quarry' put you off. The fauna has long since covered up any unattractive workings, and the site now boosts wonderful walks around the pools with many trees and hedgerows providing shade, and shelter for copious numbers of rabbits. There are two main camping fields with a few nooks and crannies hidden away in corners.
The estuary is virtually deserted and the far side is wooded, so you can enjoy walking along the shoreline.
You can swim in the tidal pools, and their are two rowing boats for use (albeit somewhat old).
A must visit site.
Be aware that the access roads are very narrow so you need to be sure you can reverse well if you are towing a caravan!
S.N. | 18-08-2010More reviews by S.N. (2)