We are a 300 acre working farm with a period farmhouse which offers a friendly informal atmosphere in unique surroundings within the heart of the delightful village of Lighthorne. The house stands next to St. Laurence's Church in the village. It is thought to have been a Monk's Resting House for the monks travelling along the Fosseway. The house overlooks Old Stew Ponds which have now been converted to a fish farm. There has always been a dwelling place on this site since the 11th century and the village of Lighthorne grew around this Cruck House. There are a network of footpaths on the farm and nearby for keen walkers. Overlooking the lakes we have two bird hides for our guests to view the huge array of wildlife that we have. We have five double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom, all with en suite bathrooms. The bathrooms have recently been renovated to a very high standard. The Antelope Pub is only a short walk and serves very good food.
- CV35 0AR
- Tel: +44 (0)1926 651251
Accept children (minimum age), Parking areas for disabled visitors, BRITAIN EVENTS PUBL, Separate guests' lounge, Ironing facilities, Garden/patio for guests' use, Central heating throughout, Non smoking establishment, In countrysideFarm, On site parking, Access to golf course, Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms, Wireless/internet access, Hairdryer in all bedrooms, Colour TV in all bedrooms,
Amenities & Facilities
From Stratford town centre take the B439 Evesham Road and drive along for four miles. Turn left at sign for Welford. Go into Welford village and turn right at the shop signed Dorsington. Drive three quarters of a mile and take the first left, again signed Dorsington. Continue for 1¼ miles to Dorsington Village, our farm is the first on your right, a white house with a B&B sign.
Travel by road
Trains from London, Oxford, Worcester and Hereford stop at Honeybourne railway station, which is 2miles away. Pick ups can be made by arrangement.