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B and Bs in Lighthorne

Church Hill Farm
Lighthorne
Warwickshire

CV35 0AR | View map

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An idyllic country bed and breakfast close to Warwick, Stratford upon Avon and Royal Leamington Spa. Church Hill Farm is a 300 acre working farm with a farmhouse that offers a friendly, informal atmosphere in unique surroundings within the heart of the delightful village of Lighthorne in Warwickshire.

The historic Cruck farmhouse (grade II listed, dating back to the 15th century) has been a family home for hundreds of years and contains fine antique furniture. There are just 3 spacious bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms that have recently been refurbished to a very high standard.

You are guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome, hearty breakfasts using local produce and an enjoyable & relaxing stay.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: From £30
Twin: From £30
Single: From £40
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided - By arrangement
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Tourist Board Inspected
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