On the edge of the historic village of Wigmore, at the heart of some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. Ancient castles, churches and forests abound.
Just 7 miles from medieval Ludlow with its 600 listed buildings and
wonderful food shops and restaurants.
The Apartment is in the main house which dates back to 1650 and is set
in a traditional English farming area.
Phone Steve and Jill on
01568 770 140
Steve and Jill are finally hanging up their aprons after hundreds of
dinners and breakfasts and would like to thank all of their guests for
their wonderful company and support over the years.
BUT! Our ground floor apartment will still be available
on a self-catering basis for short breaks and we do hope that you will
continue to come and see us.
The Apartment at Pear Tree Farm is a large bedsitting room with kitchen,
its own stable door leading to the garden and a small but perfectly
formed shower room. It has double bed and futon sofa bed and is suitable
as a double or a twin room.
Fresh coffee and a selection of teas are complimentary and we will be
delighted to supply a ‘hamper’ of local food for your breakfast and/or
dinner – to order - details will be posted soon. We are retaining our
residential licence so we can provide you with local beers, cider and a
small selection of Tanners wines too! We provide lovely quality linen,
towels, bathrobes and L’Occitane toiletries.
The Apartment is perfect for exploring historic Wigmore – its
Saxon/Norman church and ancient castle – and is in wonderful walking and
cycling country. AND – we now have two newly refurbed pubs in the
village serving local ales and restaurant food.
You won’t find us on any booking websites – so please phone or email for
Sorry – we cannot accommodate your pets – Monty and Mol just won’t have
3 nights weekend
(4.00pm Fri to 11am Mon)
4 nights weekdays
(4.00pm Mon to 11am Fri)
This is a temporary page and full details will be posted soon.
Thank you for your patience.
The Apartment at Pear Tree Farm, Wigmore, Herefordshire HR6 9UR.
7 miles from Ludlow. © Steve Dawson and Jill