Double room with super-king double bed. Private bathroom with bath and power shower. Television/radio. Tea and Coffee making facilities, including ground coffee, proper tea pot and fresh milk. Towels, cotton wool balls, soaps and bubble bath are all available. In addition we provide an alarm clock, wardrobe, clothes draws and comprehensive lighting. A full English breakfast is available in the tariff.
Double room with kingsize double bed. Private bathroom with bath and power shower. Television/radio. Tea and Coffee making facilities, including ground coffee, proper tea pot and fresh milk. Towels, cotton wool balls, soaps and bubble bath are available. In addition we provide alarm clocks, wardrobes, clothes draws and full lighting. In addition a full English breakfast is included in the tariff.
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. 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, veg, 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. Good luck for the future" JD, England Feb. '09
Activities and Experiences
Clay pigeon shooting
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Shopping - boutique
Brick House Farm is a family home and listed building from the 16th Century. Unfortunately we are not able to offer special facilities for those with mobility issues. We hope you will understand.
till 21:00 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Hereford(28.0 miles)
Take the A438 Eign Street. Continue until the roundabout and take the third exit continuing up the A4110 through traffic lights. Continue on the A4110 for 25 miles till you come to Adforton. Firstly uphill and then changing into a slight decline you will see two houses directly opposite each other on the road. Brick House Farm is on the right hand side with the sandy coloured render. Drive throught the gate. Our front door is on the black and white gable of the house, facing the yard.
Roadfrom London and the South East(160.0 miles)
Leave London on the M40, joining the M42 and then the M5 (Southbound). At J5 (Droitwich) follow signs to Ombersley A4133 Tenbury Wells A4133, A443 and A456. At the A49 turn right to Bromfield. There, turn left for Leintwardine A4110. Continue through Leintwardine, and Adforton is the next village.
Brick House Farm is the first house on the left as you enter the 30mph zone from Leintwardine. The turning is immediately after the house. The front door is accessed from the yard.