Haselor Farm Bed & Breakfast
Haselor Farm B&B is a working farm, and the seasons offer a wide range of interesting activities for you to see, from calving to haymaking, there is always something happening on the farm.
There are many fantastic hacks through the countryside and then up to Bredon Hill where the views over the countryside are spectacular.
We offer cyclists a lockable room and a bucket and sponge for cleaning bicycles after any off-road expeditions.
We have a very large safe garden where children of all ages can play for hours. We also have a wide selection of toys to keep the most active minds occupied.
Haselor Farms accommodation comprises a twin room, a family room and a double room. The twin room has an en-suite shower and the family room has two double beds (one being a sofa bed) together with an en-suite bathroom. All rooms enjoy fantastic views over the large garden, paddocks and beyond. All have the usual facilities including tea making, a television and are non-smoking.
For families with babies and very young children a cot is available in the rooms. If you need to use this facility please let us know when you book your room.
Before your day’s activities, we will ensure that you leave the farm with a traditional farmer’s breakfast cooked on the Aga.
The cosy guest’s lounge is an ideal place to unwind after your daily exertions. Curl up next to the open log fire with a good book or watch a little television.
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