Hollings Hill Farm
Hollings Hill Farm in Herefordshire boasts panoramic views, allowing guests to feel completely unconfined, able to look a long way out over the landscape and the Malvern Hills. The farm is only about an hour’s drive from Birmingham, belying the gorgeous natural surroundings. This is one of the original, tried-and-tested Feather Down farms. However, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t stay up to date, and the Log Cabin and Canvas Frills Lodge both come with hot tubs.
The farm continues to be the menagerie it’s always been, and the goats, Holstein-Friesian milking cows, ponies and chickens will all be there to welcome you. Why not come and watch the cows being milked? The whole family looks forward to giving you an insight into the way they farm here, and from the moment you arrive, they’ll see to it that you are pampered. Unfortunately, however, dogs cannot be accommodated.
For groups, there is an extra tent that can be used as a party tent/communal gathering area. During your stay, you’ll have unlimited use of the smoke barrel and stew pot, paying only for ingredients, and there are wood-fired ovens in each tent, as well as a rustic outdoor AGA-style cooker for relaxed al fresco meals. The newly built honesty shop is full of delicious stock to dip into.
If you need to break up the rest and relaxation, there’s plenty do to beyond the boundaries of Hollings Hill Farm. Activities include walking and biking in the Malvern Hills, visits to Great Malvern Priory or Eastnor Castle, and to Malvern town itself with its spring water and wells and specialist shops selling antiques, arts and crafts, and old books.
Accommodation includes: Log cabin with hot tub or canvas frills lodge with separate shower & hot tub.
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