B and Bs in Kinnersley

Upper Newton Farmhouse
Kinnersley
Herefordshire

HR3 6QB
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“Any thought of traffic jams were forgotten, as far as the eye could see were rolling hills and fields, ducks waddled across the pond and a delicious farmhouse tea awaited me in the lovely drawing room” Caroline Chadderton Yours Magazine. This is a B&B with attention to detail, Jon & Pearl take delight in providing for every comfort and welcoming you to their 17th century home."

The pretty Bed and Breakfast bedrooms are thoughtfully furnished, lots of fluffy towels, a dressing gown on the bed, a basket full of toothbrushes, flannels, home-made soap, shampoo – all the things you might forget. The mattresses are firm and new and can be enjoyed either in four poster bed or single style. The fabrics are carefully chosen colefax, Laura Ashley, Watts of Westminster and William Morris, all hand-crafted and interlined for warmth and luxury. All radiators are thermostatically controlled.

Guests can stay in a fully-equipped cottage and for special occasions, if available, in the 17th century period Farmhouse four poster suite. Delicious Breakfasts can be taken in the dragon red dining room with real fire served on the gloriously shiny mahogany table, surrounded by Welsh family furniture and ancient garden plan maps from years ago all overlooking the victorian wellingtonias (sequoia giganteums) and yew parterre and rockery – an inspirational start to your day. Outdoor meals Alternatively you can have cosy breaksfasts served in your self-catering cottage.

Self catering from £350 per week

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Double: £60
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