The barn dates from the early 1800s and is one of four set around a large courtyard. You have your own private wing; children will love their inter-connected room with bunk beds and lots of toys and books.
Julie has good local knowledge and goes the extra mile for her guests – she’ll babysit too given a bit of notice. You’ll be greeted with a freshly-baked cake from the café in the village, and breakfast is the best of regional stuff: local bread, pastries, cold meats and cheeses, a boiled egg cooked to order and cereals, jam and honey.
Sit out in the garden with a glass of wine, stroll to The Bull and Lion for a drink or drive five minutes for shops and restaurants in Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Packington is in the middle of The National Forest, a regeneration project with activities, festivals, cycle trails and walks for all ages.