Anyone who enjoys outdoor life will love taking a countryside bed & breakfast break at Lower House Farm at Tenbury Wells, on the borders of Herefordshire, Worcestershire & Shropshire. The area is rich in walking, riding and cycling trails – including proximity to the Lands End to John o’ Groats route – and the accommodation has stabling, grazing land and kennels for guests who would like to take their own horses or dogs.
Lower House Farm is a delightful 16th century farmhouse owned and farmed by Tom & Anne Durston-Smith. The spot is surrounded by 200 acres of farmland and offers very competitive prices for cosy accommodation with all sorts of country comforts in one double and one twin en-suite room and a second twin room with a shared bathroom.
Guests are assured of a delicious and hearty breakfast, or lighter options if they prefer, and they have use of a guest sitting room with TV and a very pleasant garden which is open to the public under the National Garden Scheme and has a pond and conservation area.
“It really is lovely round here and we’re close to Berrington Hall National Trust property, Croft Castle, Hampton Court Castle, historic Ludlow and West Midland Safari Park,” says Anne. “There’s plenty to enjoy.”
Tom & Anne invite phone inquiries.
Contact details: Lower House Farm, Vine Lane, Sutton, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire WR15 8RL
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