Lisa and Toby farm at Hawthbush Farm with their young children Zac and Didi and welcome family groups for their holidays.
Reviewed by Real Travelers
Tucked away down a long farm track, the barns at Hawthbush Farm have been lovingly converted in a fresh, uncluttered rustic style and sleep up to 11. Furniture is wooden, floorboards pale grey, there are country dressers, delicious beds and a beautiful mix of new and old – Smeg fridges and wonky beams, iPod docks and…
4 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Oct 16, 2012 for a stay in February 2012
Hawthbush Farm feels like the middle of nowhere, even though it isn't. Arriving in the dark you can't quite believe just how dark it is, you might miss the turning, you might think you are driving into a field, but when you reach the farmhouses all lit up with fairy lights you know you have arrived somewhere special.
The cottage was warm, comfortable, spacious and beautifully finished. We had … See more