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Broadfield Court Gardens and Vineyards
Broadfield Court
Bodenham

Hereford
Herefordshire

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Broadfield Court is a unique venue nestled in a tranquil and scenic spot of North Herefordshire countryside in the west of England. Broadfield has fully integrated the hosting of corporate events with private and public social gatherings, wine production, outdoor activities and training, field sports and cultural entertainment. The Estate is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is still a private farming estate of just over 1000 acres. This tranquil setting is ideal for conferences and meetings as well as wedding receptions and private functions. Broadfield Court is also the home of Bodenham English Wines which are available for tasting and sale in our shop or by mail order. Broadfield has been critically acclaimed as a producer of fine English wine and has an enviable reputation for excellent, freshly prepared, home-cooked meals in our award winning Café , using only local products from local producers. The 16th Century Winery welcomes all visitors to browse at leisure and try the tasty foods and taste the delicious wines from Broadfield’s vineyards.

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Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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