The Farm B&B was a lovely location for a weekend escape. Coming from busy London, the farm was exactly what we were looking for: peace, quiet, nature. Our 2 year old toddler loved the animals and was excited to join Lucy (the owner) in feeding them. Lucy was lovely and very accommodating and cooked a yummy and very big breakfast, all ingredients were locally sourced and so tasty. We really enjoyed the stay and will definitely come back.
On our arrival, (with donkeys/chickens already visible through the farm gate), we were greeted by lovely Lucy, we were shown to our wonderfully spacious accommodation. Accommodation can't be classed as 'a B&B room', it's very large! Large lounge with comfortable sofa & armchair, tv, nice lighting options, through to an airy bedroom with huge bed, snugly quilt, wardrobe space, dresser with drawers, armchair. Tea/coffee/chocolate making in room. High ceilings, views to farm yard, orchard, fields. Plenty of windows that open for ventilation if warm. Heating worked well if weather is cold. Slept better than at home!! Shower room & cubicle, both a decent size, not cramped like some we've had before. Two towel rails, wooden and heated. Complimentary toiletries. Lovely large towels. Decent shower not a trickler!! I haven't loaded any photos of the inside of the Tallet, as the photos on their website are so accurate, and better than ones I would take! Gardens lovely, & the orchard where the sheep were the day we wandered around. Great atmosphere in farmyard with the donkeys and chickens wandering about when you go out and come home from exploring. Separate dining room to other guests, so keeping people safe. Breakfast always a GOOD voyage of discovery, with lots of changing jams, marmalades, compotes to try, not forgetting the homemade bread! Mmmm! Good choice of fresh fruits, cereals, and always more if you want it. Can't pick out anything special in the breakfast... as it was ALL so lovely, and cooked well by Paul. (We just had to save a tiny bit of sausage for Teasel & Tarn!) Bus at the end of the lane, which quickly gets you into middle of Worcester/bus stand, where you can get explore beautiful Cathedral, town, river walks, & get buses to other areas, so could arrive & park at B&B, & no need to drive again until you leave. Also the large Chequers pub, end of lane, lovely food. Lovely walk round the village, passed black & white thatched cottages, and a walk to the far end, where there is a lovely shop called "The Shop at Crowle" delicious cakes/drinks to eat at picnic tables outside, or get your essentials, lovely staff. Short drive to canals for nice walks. Lucy & Paul are wonderful hosts, so helpful and the food amazing!!! Also the tea & homemade cake on arrival! Didn't get up to the new woods they have planted this time, but we're sure we will on our next stay!…
Really nice B&B with a lovely welcome from Lucy. Very nice location with a nice pub down the road. Lovely walks nearby too. Very good breakfast too. Very well recommended The room we stayed in was really nice and comfortable. And for families there are animals to see such as pigs and chickens Really nice stay and would define stay again.
We spent two nights at this lovely farm. Chickens, donkeys and dogs. Super walks around the farm and Lucy is a perfect host. Flexible and tasty breakfast, the Chequers Pub a few minutes walk away with excellent food. Close to Malvern and Worcester. Just a peaceful slow paced couple of days in these strange times.
We stayed for 3 nights meeting up with friends and exploring Worcester. Lucy couldn't have been more welcoming - the accommodation was great - we particularly appreciated the lounge with its warming log burner. Breakfast was plentiful, varied and with great - largely locally sourced - ingredients. All in all we couldn't have had a more pleasant stay - we didn't even mind the rain! The wifi was a little temperamental but only to be expected in a grade II listed property with so much character. Re the local pub - the food is good quality and the prices aren't silly - it does get busy, however, so I'd recommend booking. Our first dinner was on a Wednesday and the atmosphere was just right - on the Friday evening it felt a bit less relaxing.