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Woonton Court Farm

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Enjoy traditional hospitality and experience authentic country life at our working family farm, Woonton Court, Leysters, Leominster We offer both bed and breakfast in our Tudor farmhouse and the freedom of self-catering in a comfortable converted historic building, The Mill House Flat, which sleeps 3/4.

Self-catering at the Mill House Flat
The Mill House Flat, a former cider house offers first-floor accommodation for up to five guests. The master bedroom has one king-size bed and one single, with wash basin; and the second bedroom has twin beds (for one adult or two children), with adjacent bathroom. The characterful sitting room has a television and kitchen area with all facilities. Central Heating, linen and electricity included. Laundry, cot, high chair, baby-sitting and groceries available. Patio garden and ample parking. Prices: 280-320 weekly or 200 for 3 nights.

We welcome you to walk the farm (strong footwear advised!) Observe the animals; enjoy free-range eggs and local produce; and appreciate the peace and tranquillity of the local scenery. Woonton Court is an ideal base for exploring the Welsh Marches, Ludlow, Historic Hereford and for visiting National Trust properties. Many local gardens and woodlands to visit. Peaceful walks, exceptional wildflowers and abundant wildlife - including a variety of birds.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 3

Price per Person

Double: From 35 b+b nightly
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