Rowley Farm Holidays
Nestled within the Worcestershire countryside, Rowley Farm Holidays provide a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle.
Relax in our luxury self-catering cottages within a farmland setting and enjoy a seductive slice of country living. Explore the local enchanting bluebell wood surrounded by meadows and rolling hills.
After the family had moved in they looked at the beautiful but redundant red bricked buildings on their farm and it made sense to develop them into holiday lets and allow others to enjoy the buildings and also the local area which has so much to offer.
Rowley Farm is surrounded in 50 acres of grass and woodland and is an active working farm. The family farm cattle, sheep and pigs which are produced and sold into the local Broomfields of Holt farm shop, which is less than a mile away from the farm.
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