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All reviewsfour posteron arrivalhome made apple juicestayed in the twin roomhome producedherefordshire countrysidean evening meallocal producecoffee and cakebeautiful surroundingsset us up for the daynight's sleepwarm welcomeelizabethsheephostesstoaster
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Elizabeth made the four of us very welcome with lovely rooms and a great breakfast as well as good advice about what to do. The lounge was beautiful as was the garden and the setting deep within the countryside was spectacular. How often can you watch baby goats skipping about from your bedroom window. Would definitely recommend this as an ideal place to stay in the country but with good access to Ledbury, Hereford and plenty of National Trust Properties to visit. Plenty of good eating places within reach too, particularly the Trumpet and the Oak Inn.

Room Tip: Our twin room had double aspect windows overlooking the farm yard, while our friends double overlooked the garden.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Penny G
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

Moor Court Farm is still a working hop farm. it is to be found in a small village just off the A417, and some 15 miles from Hereford to the west, and 20 miles to Malvern in the east.
It is well worth searching out. An attractive beamed farm-house with spacious rooms furnished to an excellent standard. Elizabeth, the Landlady of the House kindly served tea and cake upon arrival. Because of its location, an evening meal will be provided on site for a very fair additional charge and the house is licensed to sell wine. The meal was excellent. Breakfast in the morning was most enjoyable with fresh produce from the farm according to season, along with a full range of cereals and cooked options,

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
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1  Thank true2formal
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

Beautiful surroundings warm friendly owners and fantastic food. We stayed for 2 nights in this lovely farmhouse to enable us to visit the Malvern Flower Shoe this month. It was perfect to arrive back to this peaceful place after a hectic day at the show. We booked an evening meal and it was absolutely delicious, as were the breakfasts, with local produce and home produced apple juice to drink, we looked out over an orchard with sheep grazing and birds nesting in the eves. Elizabeth and Peter made us so welcome nothing was to much trouble. We will definitely return. Thank you again for a lovely visit. Jim and Jill.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank mercedes616
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

We visited Moor Court for a valentines weekend. We did struggle to find it at first as couldn't see a sign up outside the property, but worked it out in the end. Lizzy was there to welcome us and I was most delighted that we got the four poster back room. It was full of character and beautiful views. I loved how you could see the live stock from the bathroom window. The garden was full of different bird species and apple trees. Lizzy welcomes us with tea, coffee and cake and she was extremely friendly. The location is close to Ledbury town centre for cute independent shops and gorgeous cafes. Breakfast was "spot on", just what you need to start the day. Peter showed us around the farm and he was very informative about the farm, where we learnt a thing or two. Hopefully we can return soon and I would love to buy a lamb maybe one day (No 7!!). Thank you for having us. Love Alan and Heather

Room Tip: 4 poster room
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank cheeky4
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Reviewed 7 November 2016

Once again, greeted with warmth and the tea tray with excellent sponge cake. The old worldly warmth of this B,&B hugs and draws you into its ambience. Antiques and four poster bed add to this feeling. Elizabeth our host has such a warm personality and a great cook. Our fourth visit was just as good as the first. Thank you.

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Maureen P
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