Rachel and David assure you of a friendly welcome and a comfortable stay at Haynall Villa. Our 1820's home has oak stairs which lead to the guests bed rooms all en-suite . The rooms are large and comfortably furnished.With all the usual extras: digital TV, hot drinks facilities, hair dryers , access to Wi-fi etc.
Breakfast is usually a relaxed time and is served in a seperate dining room. For breakfast we serve mainly home grown and local produce with home made jams and marmalade.
Choose from a selection of cereals, fruit, fruit juices, followed by the freshly cooked breakfast of your choice. Drinks and toast. For the evening we have several good pubs nearby.
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Haynall Villa is less than a mile from the A456, Burford to Woofferton road along a quiet lane and set back with ample space to park. Set in the Teme Valley, the farmhouse has a large attractive garden, looking out on the Clee Hills.
Haynall Villa is ideally situated for country walks around the Parish of Little Hereford, fishing in our privately owned carp pool, bird watching or visiting the working arable farm. Nearby are walks in the Mortimer forest. We are a convenient base from which to explore the historic town of Ludlow and other local attractions in a district where history and manmade beauty combine with wonderful landscapes. We are a convenient base from which to explore the picturesque Teme Valley with its timeless villages and market towns, notably Ludlow. The historic town of Ludlow is also known for it's festival of food and drink in September. For a full program of events go to my web site www.haynallvilla.co.uk and look at the events calander, there is an event or market most week-ends(sat & Sun) as well as markets on weekdays. On Mondays and alternate Fridays one of the largest livestock markets in England is held at the modern auction mart ludlow.
Close by are several fine houses and gardens: Berrington Hall and Croft Castle owned by the National Trust, and Stokesay Castle, Hampton Court Gardens,Stocktonbury Gardens. Less than an hour's drive away is the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge and, further south, the Severn Valley Railway. At a similar distance are the cathedral cities of Hereford and Worcester, also Shrewsbury, the Malvern Hills and nearer to Haynall Villa, the South Shropshire Hills, both the Clee Hills and Church Stretton with the beautiful Cardingmill Valley. In addition there are many other attractions, activities and trails such as the Black and White Village Trail
Our farm is an Arable farm. We also have a soil advisory business and sell mainly seaweed based products to farmers and gardeners.