Our authentic 15th century timber-framed farmhouse with its superb Georgian, red brick frontage has wonderful views of the farmyard and surrounding fields, our animals grazing nearby. Experience life at the heart of a historic, working farm. Walter the donkey, and his companion friend, Gordon the mini-Shetland pony, will be very happy to wake you for breakfast!
Each of our rooms is unique, reflecting the style and character of their location in the house: Georgian rooms with four poster beds and cosy timbered rooms, tastefully decorated with period features and furniture.
“Lucy and Stephen have lovingly coaxed this 15th-century house on a working farm back to life. Deep in rural middle England, it’s a comfortable place with patterned rugs on floorboards, reclaimed wardrobes and views over the orchard or farm. Breakfast on eggs from the hens, sausages from the pigs and home-made preserves.”
The Telegraph, January 2017
With an ethos of supporting local producers as well as using the farm’s own produce, the optional evening menus reflect the owners’ cultural backgrounds of Herefordshire & The Caribbean.