Crumplebury’ was the name of Whitbourne Estate’s old pigsty and out-buildings. Now it has been transformed into an exquisite space providing the perfect setting for weddings and events for guests looking for something out of the ordinary with a focus on culinary excellence, food provenance and the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside.
Our journey began with Green Cow Kitchens in 2013; a modest pop-up restaurant in the heart of the estate. We produce seasonal menus for lunch and dinner celebrating what’s ready on our farm.
Wellies, woodland, stunning views, inquisitive cows and amazing food… a wedding wish list with a difference. Crumplebury has beautiful indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces and can cater effortlessly for 20-200 guests. When the party’s over, retreat to one of our 13 luxury bedrooms for a peaceful night’s sleep in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside.
Our exquisite space is beautifully designed to accommodate events, conferences and meetings of all shapes and sizes. From executive training and team building to product launches and board meetings, Crumplebury provides a unique “off campus” venue that inspires creativity and innovative thinking. And of course, at the heart of everything is fabulous food, warm and welcoming service and our luxury accommodation offer.
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