Stockton Cross

The Stockton Cross has reopened at Kimbolton , just off the A49 between Leominster and Brimfield. We went the first night of them cooking food, amazing. The pub has kept its charm and looks bigger than it is. Definitely a… more

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Henry the big ginger cat passed away on Saturday morning. Mary found him ‘asleep’ in his basket. Edwin, Mary and Ralph have buried him down the garden next to Tess and Tipsy.

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Wainhouse Bedroom 3

We have now 3 super king rooms in the Wainhouse with a super king down on level 3 bedroom 3 – one with the bath- so now we can have 6 single beds.  

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New Year 2018

New Year 2018 has now been booked in The Wainhouse, The Cottage is still available to book for new year. It looks to be a very busy year ahead!

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Christmas 2018

Just a quick note to say Christmas 2018 has now been booked in both cottages. New year is still available at the moment.

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  Very sad news that Tess has passed away. Many children and adults will miss her greeting when guests arrive at the farm. Flo is missing her friend.

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Sale of Hereford Cattle

Last Saturday saw us sell our herd of Hereford cattle at Hereford market. It was a very succesful day, we had to keep 5 back at the farm due to babies appearing before the sale or on sale day! We… more

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Food Festival

We are taking bookings for next years Ludlow food festival. It will be on the second weekend in September, same as Knighton show. Another great food festival is Abergavenny, again in September, very easy to drive to or catch the… more

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Local Pub Closed

Please be-aware that the Boot in Orleton has closed. We aren’t aware of any dates for the pub to re-open. The Bakersarms is still going strong.

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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.