Stay on a family-run working farm nestled in beautiful Herefordshire countryside

Switch off, relax & explore

Nothing beats a holiday in the countryside, take a deep breath and relax.

Staying on our farm your experience a slower pace of rural life whilst being surrounded in beautiful countryside. You and your family will enjoy meeting the animals and spending endless hours outside playing and creating golden memories.

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The Wainhouse

Sleeps 8Can also be combined with The Cottage to sleep 10

A grade 2 listed converted barn, the Wainhouse is perfect for family get-togethers, celebrations, or just for meeting up with long-time friends. Refreshingly modern, but retaining some of the original features, the Wainhouse has 4 bedrooms over 3 levels, with flexible sleeping arrangements.

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The Cottage

Sleeps 2Can also be combined with The Wainhouse to sleep 10

A converted milking parlour, the Cottage is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and put your feet up for a while. The Cottage sleeps 2 on one level, or can be let out together with the Wainhouse to sleep a total of 10 people.

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Down on the farm

Enjoy the outside space, all 130 acres. You will find the cows and calves down the fields in the summer, chickens on the farm yard, ducks on the pond and pigs in the little wood. Enjoy collecting eggs for your breakfast and feeding the animals or taking a walk with the farmer to count the cattle.

Things to Do

The perfect place to explore the Herefordshire countryside, driving, biking, riding or on foot with wonderful walks waiting in rolling fields or in the surrounding woodlands. Leave the hustle and bustle behind and forget about your hectic life and enjoy the rural living on this wonderful farm.

We have beautiful rural walks on our doorstep taking in local wildlife, handsome oak trees and amusing livestock. Our landscapes change through the seasons, from frosty lanes in winter, to buttercup fields in May, to golden hay bales in the summer to abundant hedgerow harvesting opportunities in Autumn.