We enjoyed the tranquility of Huntlands Farm along with the warm welcome we received. Our room was very comfortable and spacious and nothing was too much trouble for our host who provided great breakfasts.
Our room was lovely, the bed was so comfortable I didn’t want to get out of it. The breakfast was great because we could choose different food every day. The upholstery course was excellent, Lucy is a good teacher who has a good knowledge of her subject. Lucy and Steven were very friendly and excellent hosts. I did the course and my husband played tourist. Steven cooked us a delicious Sunday roast lamb. We would recommend staying here whether you do a course or not, its such a beautiful place in a lovely part of the country.
For some reason the website only allows me to click four stars, but i rate with a 5! We arrived to beautiful scenery and Walter the donkey and Gordon the pony. ( i fell in love). Steven greeted us and welcomed us in, then showed us to our room. The bed was such that it was hard to leave. But leave we did each morning to an aga cooked brekkie. It has a lovely communal dining hall where you can still eat quietly or chat to other guests. We had the pleasure of meeting a couple from the Netherlands. It is spotlessly clean, and the oldy worldy charm makes you green with envy that you have to leave. This,like all the other reviews doesn’t do it justice until you visit. The hosts Lucy and Steven and JB are real genuine folks. If I lived near by I would be applying for a job!
I stayed here when attending the residential upholstery course run by the owner, Lucy. Not only did I thoroughly enjoy the course, but the B&B ranks as the best I’ve ever stayed in. Standards were higher than most hotels, still with the individual homely charm of an independent. Lovely decor, very friendly hosts, good food, immaculately clean, fantastic shower and comfy bed. Beautifully quiet and relaxing family farm setting. I loved it so much I immediately booked on another longer course and a six-night stay!