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Middlemoor Barn

Middle Moor Barn Letchmoor Lane, Stapleton, Presteigne LD8 2LP Wales
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Stapleton
A very warm welcome awaits you at our lovely converted barn set in 7 acres of delightful landscaped gardens and grounds, with riverside walks and woodland area. It is ideally situated for a relaxing break, with sightseeing, walking, fishing and cycling just some of the activities on offer. We are close to the Mortimer Trail, Offas Dyke and the black and white villages of Herefordshire, and also within easy distance of Ludlow and South Shropshire. The grounds extend down to the River Lugg and fishing is available. Middlemoor Barn offers 3 double ensuite bedrooms, all furnished to a high standard with exposed oak beams. There is a large guest lounge with log burning fie and television/dvd.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
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mary c wrote a review Aug 2019
Tenby, United Kingdom153 contributions43 helpful votes
wonderful hosts who made our stay so memorable. real attention to detail inside the premises and a really good price as well. extensive grounds which include a riverside walk. the breakfast area looks out to the garden. a great find and would highly recommend a stay.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: the bedrooms are all quiet
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mini62c wrote a review Jul 2019
Northampton, United Kingdom71 contributions88 helpful votes
Just returned from a one night stay at Middlemoor. It really is a beautiful B&B. Very warm welcome from Liz and Steve (and Oscar the dog who is gorgeous). Bed was very comfy. Breakfast was freshly cooked and very tasty. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Caroline B wrote a review Jul 2019
Chichester, United Kingdom1912 contributions157 helpful votes
Middlemoor Barn B&B is a wonderful place to stay, not only for the lovely, peaceful surrounding countryside, but for the welcome reception, comfort and very good breakfast. It is a converted, half timber barn dating back to the 18th century and is set in landscaped gardens and grounds extending to seven acres with riverside walks and woodland area. Originally, the place housed a horse gin, used to drive machinery and is still kept in a shed in the grounds. The water feature and stream in the garden was completed in 2006, We chose Middlemoor for a night's stopover en route to Wales. We had planned to check in between 3 and 4 pm, but alas, we encountered a problem with the car exhaust which had to be repaired at Leominster. Consequently, it was 6 pm before we managed to arrive. We were immediately welcomed and offered a cup of tea and home made biscuits. We were allocated the 'Red Room', a large and comfortable room with oak beams and a nice view. Colour TV is provided, Wi-Fi access, alarm clock/radio, hairdryer and tea/coffee facility. We drove into nearby Presteigne for an evening meal at the Italian, Wild Thyme Restaurant in the High Street - not been opened long, but great, authentic Italian dishes Breakfast was really nice at Middlemoor with a selection of fresh fruit, juice, cereals/yoghurt. A choice, cooked breakfast follows with the owners own delicious free range eggs etc. We also looked through some interesting photo albums at breakfast time, showing the work on the conversion of the barn. This really is a lovely and relaxing place to stay and would not hesitate to return
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Red Room is large, comfortable and with a view
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busytraveller49 wrote a review May 2019
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This was by far the best B&B we had stayed in during our 6 week driving holiday in Wales. We received a very warm welcome from Liz with her delicious home baked fruit cake and a cup of tea. Our upstairs room was spacious, tastefully furnished and had a comfortable bed. Being right out in the country it was very quiet at night. Liz and husband Steve provided plenty of local knowledge about places to eat and to visit. The garden is extensive and stretches down to a stream. Breakfast was taken in the airy conservatory and included fresh seasonal fruits as well as a cooked breakfast. Located close to Presteigne. Can recommend a visit to the Small Breeds Farm nearby and Ludlow.
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Date of stay: May 2019
Soapjay2014 wrote a review Mar 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom10 contributions18 helpful votes
We went to Presteigne to attend a party and found this little gem. Very easy to find. Well sign posted. The driveway itself is lovely. The barn is decorated and furbished to a very high standard. Its very homely. Liz (the owner) was preparing dinner so it smelt amazing on arrival. There were 5 of us staying in 3 of the rooms. We were shown to our rooms, greeted by a lovely tray of amenities. Lovely view from the windows. Uninterrupted landscape. The en-suite bathroom was clean and well provided with more amenities. Towels are also provided. The bed in our room was very comfy. Lovely clean bedding. I opened the window very early in the morning and all you could hear was birdsong - wonderful. Breakfast was plentiful. Cereals and fruit are already out for you. The cooked breakfast was superb. Pots of tea and fresh coffee provided. I passed on the toast until Liz brought her homemade jams out. The blackcurrant was so so good. I caved and had a piece of toast. Thank you Liz! We took a walk through the garden down to the stream at the bottom - absolutely gorgeous. Luckily enough it was lovely sunny spring day, but i'm sure even in the rain or snow it would have still been gorgeous! Liz and Steve are such lovely hosts. Plus their handsome dogs are a welcoming pair. Will most definitely be going back and for a much longer stay.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Trip type: Travelled with family
US$109 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Middlemoor Barn
Which popular attractions are close to Middlemoor Barn?
Nearby attractions include The Judge's Lodging Museum (0.6 miles), The Spaceguard Centre & Observatory (3.4 miles), and Shobdon Church (5.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Middlemoor Barn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Middlemoor Barn?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Middlemoor Barn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Middlemoor Barn?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Stagg Inn, The Stagg Inn, and No.46.
Is Middlemoor Barn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the centre of Stapleton.