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Welcome to Huntlands Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: Gaines Road, Whitbourne, Bromyard, WR6 5RD

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Situated a 5-minute drive from Whitbourne, on the Herefordshire & Worcestershire county border, Huntlands Farm is a family-run working farm of 412 acres of land. With free parking, the property offers easy access to the surrounding countryside. Dating back to 15th century, this red-brick farmhouse boasts exposed oak beams, original fireplaces, ponds, and many farm animals. Guests who enjoy fishing can bring their own equipment and enjoy the on-site ponds. Rooms at Huntlands Farm feature a flat-screen TV, a hairdryer, and free toiletries. Most rooms have an en suite bathroom; one of the rooms has an external, private bathroom just across the landing. A freshly prepared, hearty breakfast made of locally sourced produce, is served daily. Evening meals, homemade cakes and pastries are also available. Dietary requirements are catered for upon request. The picturesque Eastnor Castle is 24 miles from the property and historic Worcester is a 20-minute drive away.

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Sapey Golf Club - Upper Sapey - Golf

Sapey Golf Club - Upper Sapey - Golf

Distance 4.89 miles (7.83 km)
Sapey Golf Club is set high in the rolling hills of the Herefordshire and Worcestershire border. The very same countryside that inspired Elgar to such greatness. We can't unfortunately, guarantee it will do the same for your golf but it will be a good walk that nothing will spoil. Wild life abounds at Sapey, finding refuge in the surrounding woods, cornfields and pastures, all observed on high by our adopted family of buzzards. If this is still not challenging enough then the 10,000 trees and shrubs will provide the sternest test. These were carefully selected as a combination of fast growing conifers and the more glamorous broad leaf variety.

Witley Court - Great Witley - Historical Houses

Witley Court - Great Witley - Historical Houses

Distance 6.58 miles (10.53 km)
Witley court was once one of the most magnificent stately homes in the country. Though gutted by fire in 1938 its ruins are still spectacular, and are being lovingly restored by English heritage. The Parish Church, which is attached to the ruins, survived the fire, and so visitors can still enjoy the magnificent paintings. These have been described as the Sistine chapel of the north, and will take your breath away. The fountains, which were an integral part of the landscaped gardens, are also being restored. The largest fountain, representing Perseus and Andromeda, once shot water 120 feet upwards.