We moved to this lovely part of Herefordshire twelve years ago. It was love at first sight, and in that time we have completed extensive work to the house and gardens, which are open to the public twice a year. We would love to show you round during your stay.
Optimistically called pets, there is plenty of wildlife at Midland Farm, so expect to hear the sheep, chickens, ducks and goats during your stay.
All are “guest friendly” or will simply run off!
Henry the cat has become an institution – much loved by guests until he brings you a rabbit.
But don’t worry – there is a picket fence to keep most of them at arm’s length.
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Our adorable menagerie!
Flossie, pictured above, is our Collie/Patterdale cross. She is super friendly once she has calmed down (can take a while) . Bertie is our miniature long haired Dachshund who suffers from small man syndrome, and finally Daisy is our venerable 18-year-old Jack Russell, a little hard of hearing these days.
We have four pigmy goats; pictured above is Neddy. They are all skilled escape artists and like nothing better than clearing the veggie garden when we are not looking.
Molly, pictured above is aloof and likes nothing better than curling up somewhere toasty.
On the other hand Henry, our ginger ninja, is everyone’s favourite. Much reviewed on-line, he will curl up with you and dribble. Plus deliver the odd rabbit.
Midland Farm Glamping,