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- This luxury, boutique, organic farm stay has over forty acres of conservation land just outside Bath near where Somerset meets Gloucestershire in the beautiful South Cotswolds. It offers spacious, stylish courtyard accommodation around a beautifully restored old Cotswold manor house and you can expect high standards of comfort and service. THE ACCOMMODATION: They have a choice of accommodation from double rooms to luxury suites with private lounge, or the larger, more family friendly cottage suite. You’ll find all modern conveniences here, including flat screen TV with satellite channels, WiFi, ipod dock, music system etc.. Their very delicious breakfast can be served butler-style to your room every morning, with cooked and continental options that are sourced locally and include organic bacon and sausages from the farm’s own Oxford and Sandy pigs. The hotel also provide a wide range of services including a business centre, room service, concierge service, private check-in/check-out etc. THE FARM: The farm is a fully working organic farm that blends seamlessly into the beautiful Cotswolds countryside. The guests are free to roam the farm which has herds of sheep, ponies and some relatively uncommon Oxford and Sandy pigs, which produce a famously succulent bacon which you can try for breakfast. THE LOCATION: The farm stay is roughly equidistance between Bath and Bristol down a country lane in the heart of the South Cotswolds. There are many nice villages in the surrounding area and you’ll have a choice of traditional country pubs as well as some good restaurants and gastro pubs. Upton Cheney for example, would be the nearest to the farm at about a mile down the road, and is a lovely traditional village which is also famous READ MORE
- Just outside the pretty village of Pembridge, this is a beautifully peaceful Herefordshire farmstay, with rustic style B&B rooms in a renovated 600 year old farmhouse, surrounded by a 200 acre working cattle farm. THE ACCOMMODATION: Each of their five comfortable double rooms come with en-suite bathroom, flat screen TV, iPod dock & music station, and WiFi, as well as tea and coffee making facilities and a mini fridge. There is a hot tub outside in the nicely converted old barn house and guests have access to free hot and cold drinks throughout the day. Their breakfasts are excellent with fresh eggs from the farm’s free range hens which have been rescued from commercial factory farms. Note: To keep a peaceful environment no children under 16 are allowed at the farm stay, and no pets! THE LOCATION: The countryside around Pembridge, Herefordshire is rich farming land, mainly flat up to the Radnor and Shropshire Hills in the north, and the beautiful Black Mountains dominating the skyline to the west in neighbouring Wales. Pembridge itself is a typically quaint and pretty, old English village, as are nearby Weobly and Eardisland, and famous for their half timbered black and white houses which put them on Herefordshire’s so called Black and White tourist trail Other nice days out can be found in the market towns of Ross-on-Wye, Hay-on-Wye, Ledbury and Leominster. The busy town of Hereford too is worth a look with its famous Cathedral which houses the infamous Magna Carta plus an impressive example of a medieval era world map the Hereford Mappa Mundi. There are a couple of bikes at the farm which guests are free to use, subject to availability. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “My wife READ MORE
- Newhouse Farm B&B is an elegant Georgian house on a working farm where Gloucestershire meets Herefordshire in the English countryside, and near to both the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. All their comfortable rooms have private bathroom, flat-screen TV with DVD player, WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities. They do a great English breakfast in the morning with home reared bacon, sausages and free-range eggs from the farm, and smoked fish from the local area too. They also have other, lighter options as well, including vegetarian and try to cater for special diets as much as possible. In the evening there are a few local pubs that can be recommended for some good pub food or you can order a nice evening meal at the Farmhouse. The surrounding countryside is great for hiking and country walks, with the farm itself containing much nice woodland where you can also arrange clay pigeon shooting lessons from a qualified tutor. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Lovely farmhouse in 80 acres with livestock to view and plenty of walks. Excellent accommodation….” “A grand and very roomy country house whose hosts pamper weary travellers with warmth and humour….” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT NEWHOUSE FARM: READ MORE