The Living Area

Farmhouse Hospitality

We hope that all our guests enjoy the relaxed family atmosphere of our large 16th century family farmhouse. Entrance into the farmhouse is though the oak front door which leads you into the central hallway giving access on your left into our guest lounge and the stairs to your ensuite bedroom. Our flag-stoned dining room is accessed through the guest lounge.

Five reasons to visit Sink Green Farm

  • Superb country retreat on Working Livestock Farm
  • Full English Breakfast included
  • Free Super-Fast fibre Wi-Fi throughout
  • Relaxing Hot Tub
  • Beautiful meadows and river walks

The Sitting Room

We are open sitting room

The comfortable guest lounge complete with oak beams and an impressive fireplace, which we believe dates back to the medieval times, is the perfect place to unwind. Old meets new in this unique room with a ‘touch screen’ computer, running our own interactive presentation giving you ‘up to date’ information on all the local places to visit, walks and places to eat etc. All this information is also available in a personalised book for those of you who would relax to sit, relax, and read.

Our guest lounge overlooks the large garden with the panoramic vies across the Wye Valley to the wooded hills of the Woolhope Dome and the Summer House which is complete with hot tub and BBQ.

Breakfast & Dining

We are open dinning room

Due to Covid-19 we no longer have a communal breakfast table. Breakfast is served in our flag-stone floored dining room where you can enjoy watching a wide selection of birds feeding on the bird feeders outside the window whilst you enjoy your farmhouse breakfast.
We pride ourselves on our traditional English breakfast, or if you’d prefer a lighter breakfast there plenty to choose from including a large selection of cereals, fresh fruit & yogurt together with a selection of fruit juices, teas and freshly brewed coffee.

We are more than happy to cater for any individual dietary requirements.
All our food is either locally sourced produce or home-made where possible.

Places to visit

Hereford Cathedral Exterior from NW, Herefordshire

We have a comprehensive range of print outs, maps and books of places to visit etc in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas such as the picturesque Black & White Villages, Hay on Wye, Forest of Dean and Elan Valley to name just a few along with walks and other activities throughout the area to enhance our guests days out. We also have a computer that guests are free to use for their own use as well, to either surf the web access emails etc.

We can recommend where you can sample and buy local Herefordshire cider, ales, and gin – why not enjoy a tour of one of the distilleries. Herefordshire is full of locally grown and made produce with may establishments offering samples and tours.