Enchanting B&B Accommodation In Herefordshire
A Warm welcome awaits you from David & Sue
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RELAX… UNWIND… ENJOY…
At Sink Green Farm, you will be welcomed by the clean crisp air and charming gardens (incorporating summer house and hot tub) set alongside the river Wye. Enjoy a stay that is removed from the hustle of everyday city life as you relax in our rural bed and breakfast accommodation. If you are seeking a guest house that is nestled in the heart of the country, surrounded by rolling green hills, pastureland, and enchanting gardens, either on holiday or to unwind after the pressures of business, you have everything you need at Sink Green Farm.
The Herefordshire farmhouse is one of the most original and unique architectural structures, with its rich livestock, working, family history of over 100 years. You will find distinctive structural features such as oak beams, solid-stone walls, and an original fireplace. Owners David and Sue welcome guests to the farmhouse that has been converted into one of the most enchanting and alluring holiday homes. Each guest bedroom has an individual character and is dressed with beautiful furnishings that are both decorative and comfortable. Guests of Sink Green Farm return time and again to experience the effortless charm and grace echoed by this distinctive farmhouse.
Enjoy A Harmonious & Pleasant Stay
For a harmonious and pleasant stay, we invite you to book your holiday at Sink Green Farm. A traditional English breakfast is served each morning in our dining room with an extensive array of choices for our guests. Children and pets are welcome.
As the bed and breakfast of choice near Hereford, you will enjoy a peaceful and memorable stay at Sink Green Farm. Contact us for more information or to schedule a booking by telephoning 01432 870 223.
History Of The Farm
The farm was purchased by my grandfather in 1912 when the ‘Rotherwas Estate’ was sold, and has remained in the family ever since.
Sadly he died in 1935 during the farming depression of the 1930’s and my uncle and father then took over the running of the farm aged only nineteen and seventeen. To save the farm from being ploughed up during the second world war, my father was conscripted into the army, serving in North Africa, Middle East and Italy.
The Name “Sink Green”
Probably comes from the fact that hundreds of years ago all the ground above the house was woodland and this would have been a green flood plain, with very few trees or hedges until the enclosure acts of the 18th and 19th centuries. Basically a green hollow.
"Me and hubby stayed for just one night , and wasn't disappointed, lovely hosts, sue was very friendly, and welcoming,..."Julie Harrison