6 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom Sleeping 12 Adults and 4 Children
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
One well behaved dog is welcome.
2 high chairs, cots, stairgates & fireguard avail
Max guests:16 (sleeps up to 12 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
This was a great property for a family get together. Plenty of room options and large open living spaces. The kitchen was a good size to fit all the adults and toddlers. The cows were interesting for the children, and the pool table a great success with the adults. Plenty of interesting places nearby - National Trust properties and gardens as well as towns like Ledbury, Ludlow etc. All round, a very good option for a large family get together.
I'm so pleased you all enjoyed yourselves at the house. You were lucky with the weather too!
Lovely house.. ideal for large gathering and beautiful location.
Thank you so much for your kind words; I'm so pleased you have all enjoyed your stay at the house.
Had a family get together for a week. Everything we needed was included. Lucy was really helpful answering all my questions. Lovely house, felt really homely. Would recommend.
Thank you so much for your kind words; it was lovely to meet you all. And I'm pleased you enjoyed your week's stay.
Spacious and comfortable house - great for a big family get-together
We stayed in August 2019 with 12 of us for an extended family get together, with ages ranging from 6 to 80 plus. Beautiful property with plenty of space for everyone. The bedrooms were flexible to cater for different configurations of people and Lucy emailed us in advance to ask how we wanted beds made up. Very large, well equipped kitchen, with a table big enough for all us to sit around for meals. Comfortable lounge to watch DVDs together and the older kids (and adults) loved the pool table in the games room. Loads of room outside for parking and the garden, containing a BBQ and garden furniture, was fully enclosed to stop dogs and little ones escaping into farmyard. The only downside to this property (admittedly made clear in the description) is it's location right next to several cattle sheds containing young bulls. The impact of this was firstly, a constant battle with flies in the kitchen - and although the owner helpfully provided various means of combatting them, they were ever present. Secondly the bullocks did make loud lowing noises at all times of day and night. Some of our party (especially those nearest the cattle sheds) found this did disturb their sleep. If you book this place and are a light sleeper (and don't usually live near livestock) I would suggest earplugs for night times! In spite of these slight annoyances related to the location the cottage is in a very beautiful part of the world, with nice walks, great pubs and places to visit within close proximity (car essential for most). Especially recommend Bringsty Common, The Live and Let Live pub, Brockhampton estate (NT) and - a bit further- Great Malvern and Bewdley. The owner Lucy is a brilliant host - was really quick to respond to us about any issues we had and generally helping to make our stay comfortable. Thanks, Lucy!
Thank you for your kind words Martin. Unfortunately, this summer has been a particularly bad year for flies and I can only apologise for their presence. The bulls on the other hand, don't normally make such a noise so I'm somewhat perplexed as to why they did make a noise during your stay. All part of country life on a farm!
This is a beautiful property tucked away in the hills of Worcester. We had a large group of 9 and this house had more than enough space for us all. It was an unusual mix of being spacious and yet snug. We loved the fact that we had to hunt for all 6 bedrooms! And we only needed to use 4 of them.
The large kitchen was the hub of the house, and opened up onto the patio area. The surrounding area was a cattle farm and yes, there were flies (it's a working farm after all) but these did not spoil our stay in the slightest. The host had left a tray of fresh eggs which we all thoroughly enjoyed at breakfast time.
Going away with teenagers can be tricky and there was very little for them to do in the surrounding area. However, the property hosted a pool table and they were encouraged to explore the 'great outdoors' - making dens and tyre swings. We also hired a hot tub from a local company, which was a fantastic bonus to the trip.
This was a perfect location for us, family and friends, to enjoy our time together without worrying about making too much noise for the neighbours. I'm pretty sure that the cows didn't mind.
I would highly recommend this property to others.
I'm so pleased you all had a great time Zoe!
Thank you for your kind words.
Great family weekend!
We stayed at Moorhall Farm to celebrate my Dad's 60th as a family (9 adults, 4 children, and 1 dog)! We had a great time - the properly is lovely, and very spacious, and had everything we needed. Thank you, Lucy!
Thank you for your kind words Bernadette; I'm so pleased you enjoyed the house, and the weather was great too!
Ideally situated for exploring the wealth of varied landscapes that both Herefordshire and Worcestershire have to offer.
Bromyard (4 miles) is a traditional market town situated 4 miles from Moorhall Farm between the cities of Hereford and Worcester. Herefordshire has been producing hops since the 15th-century, with Bromyard as its centre.
Worcester (10 miles): The River Severn runs through the middle of the city, overlooked by the 12th-century Worcester Cathedral which is home to King John’s tomb and the Magna Carta. Worcester is also home to the Commandery – Civil War Museum, Royal Worcester Porcelain, Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce, and the world’s oldest surviving newspaper, Berrow’s Worcester Journal.
Malvern (15 miles): Home to the Malvern Hills, Malvern Spring Water, The Three Counties Showground as well as numerous Theatres and Arts Centres, there is something for everyone in Malvern. Walkers and cyclists can enjoy the fantastic views that the Malvern Hills have to offer, and car enthusiasts can visit the famous Morgan car factory.
Hereford (19 miles): Famous for its cider, beer, and Herefordshire cattle primarily, Hereford is a cathedral city and home to the Mappa Mundi and Chained Library. The annual Three Choirs Festival originating in the 18th-century and one of the oldest music festivals in Europe, is held in Hereford every third year, the other venues being Gloucester and Worcester.
Take a trip to The Cider Museum where you can learn the history of cider making as well as visiting the Waterworks Museum which traces the history of drinking water from the cave-dwellers up to the present day. The Museum is home to the oldest working triple-expansion steam engine in the UK and probably has the widest range of working pump engines.