Brick House Farm

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Leintwardine, Shropshire

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Brick House Farm, Adforton
Leintwardine
Shropshire
England
SY7 0NF

Brick House Farm, Leintwardine

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Brick House Farm is an award winning four star Bed & Breakfast in the village of Adforton, north Herefordshire. The village is close to the borders with Shropshire and Wales, and the towns of Ludlow, Leominster and Knighton.

Brick House Farm is an original Tudor farmhouse on a working smallholding. We are located in the Welsh Marches, in North Herefordshire near the borders with Shropshire and Wales. The house has two luxury bedrooms, each with its own bathroom including full bath and power shower.

We have a large reception room for guests, with flagstone floor and a 13th century stone fireplace where we have an open fire in winter. Our award winning evening meals can cater for any dietary requirement, and are available by arrangement. Please call or email to confirm dinner.

The farm has sheep, chickens and bees allowing us to serve our own lamb, eggs, chicken and honey. There is also a large and productive vegetable patch that produces in-season fruit and veg for our dinners, jams and chutneys. Above all Brick House Farm is a warm and relaxed home with a friendly personal welcome.

Quality, comfort and attention to every detail are all included. The house is about nine miles from Ludlow, and within short striking distance of Church Stretton. Slightly further afield are Hay on Wye, the Elan Valley, and even the Welsh Coast.

Here are a few recent comments from our visitor\'s book: \"Thank you for an excellent stay. Great food and lovely welcome. Excellent high standard and wonderful area\" JC, England June \'09 \"What a wonderful place and hospitality like I have never known.

A true delight - I will be back\" FT, England June \'09 \"Terrific hospitality, food was terrific, especially the lamb.. Thanks again! T&PC\", USA May \'09 \"We\'ve never been in a B&B with more attentive and kind hosts. Thank you for spoiling us - we loved the scones and breakfast.\'

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