Terms & Conditions
In the week when the calves are weaned in the autumn it can be a bit noisy for a few days, Mon-Wed
£55 - £70 per room per night
A working farm breeding pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle in the Vale of Evesham, on the edge of the Cotswolds with magnificant views to the Malvern.Hills.
A working farm breeding pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle in the Vale of Evesham, on the edge of the Cotswolds with magnificant views to the Malvern.Hills.A working farm breeding pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle in the Vale of Evesham, on the edge of the Cotswolds with magnificant views to the Malvern.Hills.
This Hotel is a luxury farmhouse sitting in 200 acres of Worcestershire countryside where we are still a working farm for the last 47 years of Aberdeen Angus cattle.
The farmhouse is of Tudor style and opened offering B&B in 1988 and after a break reopened earlier this year.
With access to a guest' lounge and dining room, there is also the farmhouse grounds with floral gardens and views over the working and farm, alongside numerous footpaths through the farms fields.
With a warm welcome and personal escort to your room, followed by privacy till complimentary full or continental breakfast served in the morning.
Additional Directions Information
In middle of Bishampton and "Nightingale Herd" is a destination on many Sat Nav's.
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