I visit an awful lot of guesthouses, hotels, and many other different types of accommodation whilst doing the research for my books, those who we chose to feature are all just as worthy as each other as they all will have great properties. But there are those who just go that extra mile to make there accommodation more special than the rest, Huntlands Farm is just that type of place.
We chose them not only because they are a great play to stay but because they are quite unique as well. Four poster beds, amazing baths and just luxury in general comes as standard here and the breakfast in the morning is absolutely out of this world. But let's not talk about the breakfast just yet. I arrived at Huntlands at about 8pm and for many accommodation providers that offer evening meals that would normally be too late, but not here it wasn't. No sooner had I got to my room and dropped my luggage off, my evening meal was ready on the table, and what a feast it was. It was all I needed after a long ride on my motorbike to get there and they really did look after me. But they didn't just do that because of who I was, they make everyone feel welcome and as long as you let them know in advance they will have an evening meal prepared for you.
That leads me onto breakfast. I came down to breakfast and was treated to another lovely feast. It seems that all I'm talking about is food, but there is definitely something special about staying in a farm house and having an evening meal and or breakfast at a lovely farmhouse table. With sheep walking around outside, quite frankly I cannot imagine anything better.
On the whole I absolutely loved my stay here even though it was for just one night. The bed was comfortable, wifi was incredibly fast and the food and service was impeccable. I will definitely stay here again and I know that by the time I come back I'll have to book well in advance as you will all be booked in there.
Huntlands Farm B&B
Guest House / B&B's
Huntlands Farm is a family run working farm of 412 acres situated on the Herefordshire & Worcestershire county border. Here in the heart of rural England, you can enjoy the beautiful unspoilt countryside that both counties have to offer.
Experience a unique rural retreat in an authentic 15th-century red brick and timber farmhouse with its superb Georgian-fronted red brick house that has wonderful views of the countryside with the animals grazing in the fields.
With our sheep, cattle, pigs and geese, as well as visiting mallard ducks that come to our ponds, there is plenty to look at while you are staying with us. If you are keen on fishing, you are welcome to bring your rod and try some coarse fishing in one of our four ponds. To see what we have for you to experience View our piglets on YouTube.
Your hosts are a custom upholsterer and a passionate cook so you are guaranteed a comfy stay with freshly prepared, local food to enjoy.
We will do everything we can to ensure you have a great time in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
We look forward to welcoming you to our home.