B&B, suites & self catering cottage - quiet, rural retreat
Re-opening July 4th after lockdown
Church Hill Farm is committed to enhanced cleaning protocols which have been developed with experts in health and hospitality . We will use approved cleaning products, each room will be thoroughly cleaned, surfaces sanitised, protective clothing worn and extra hand cleaning supplies will be available for guests.
Breakfast needs to be pre-ordered for a set time.
Farmhouse Guests will have staggered times to eat in the dining room which will agreed on arrival
Kitzbuhel and Hurlingham Suites will have breakfast dropped off to the room at an agreed time.
All guests to pre-order the night before (send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text on 07780548981
All bookings will be a minimum of a 2 night stay. Please email with an arrival time and be aware that check out is 10am.
We request payment by bank transfer. Online banking details can be found here.
Safety guidelines are ever changing - our latest procedures can be found here.
Welcome to the peace and quiet of a country bed and breakfast close to Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Royal Leamington Spa. Set in rural Warwickshire, Church Hill Farm b&b offers quality accommodation within the heart of the delightful village of Lighthorne.
All our rooms have ensuite bathroom, TV & hospitality tray, beamed ceilings, antique furniture and free and fast wifi. Prices include breakfast and onsite parking. Ideally located for The British Motor Museum and Compton Verney.
Church Hill Farm Cottage
If you are looking for a quiet, private rural retreat, booking both suites makes an ideal self catering holiday cottage sleeping four people.
Church Hill Farm is a 300 acre working farm that consists of old pasture, arable and a fish farm.
The farm has been in the family for 70 years and the farmhouse has to pay its way towards its upkeep and provides Sue with a full-time job while also being at home to look after her family.
There is a network of footpaths on the farm with an abundance of wildlife. Make sure to bring your binoculars.
Sue has been to catering college and has a wealth of catering experience so make sure you order one of your favourites for breakfast.
If you arrive at tea-time, there is always a pot of tea and home made cake or biscuits available.
If you decide to book all of the rooms out, Sue is available to offer 2, 3 or 4 course evening meals. Just email and she can let you have some menus. You can then bring your own wine (make sure to look after the cook though!)
Sue prides herself on being able to provide a service that can offer you much more than a hotel so please let her know of any surprise flowers or chocolates you would like provided for your loved ones or friends.
Sue also has her own dressage horse that she competes on so if you are attending a local equine event, we can also provide stabling and horsebox parking.
Just email or phone Sue for more details
One of my favourite views