Luxury B&B farmhouse in the heart of the Midlands.
2 spacious suites and a 3rd comfortable room may be booked individually or block booking in a country home B &B just a few miles from Loughborough, Nottingham and Leicester.Short or long stay.
Home from home.... A warm welcome to this family friendly farmhouse. A game of snooker on the full size table. Play the grand piano or enjoy the extensive gardens. Both suites have their own private sitting room and the third spacious bedroom has a beautiful antique brass bed. Additional nbeds may be put into the suites at small additional charge.
Flexible arrival times but there is always a welcoming cup of tea and home made cake served in the afternoon. For special occasions full afternoon tea or bespoke dinner parties can be arranged. Otherwise guests can book a supper that incorporates the best of local ingredients which include the world famous Stilton cheese and Melton Mowbray pork pies.
Guests can enjoy the gardens or relax in the conservatory where breakfast is taken on sunny days. At other times of the year relax in the oak beamed dining room often with a log fire burning. Afternoon tea can also be taken in these areas or in the spacious drawing room.
Interaction with guests
Nicki has lived in the area for years and is a mine of information of places to visit, provide advice for students and others new to the area and guide visitors to some amazing places to eat out. A journalist by profession she is actively engaged in the local community with interests ranging from acting as a volunteer with the National Trust and serving as area president of Save the Children. Welcoming guests to Hrempis Farm the aim is to make them feel immediately at home and their privacy is always respected.
Other things to note
The two spacious suites have plenty of space for private relaxation as each has its own sitting room. Ideal for those travelling on business or pleasure and makes useful additional accommodation for children. Guests can also enjoy the drawing room. conservatory or gardens. Free wi-fi available throughout the house.
Flexible arrival and departure times can be arranged and subject to notification evening meals using the best of local produce can be provided.
Before bringing up her family, Nicki was a journalist and she now has her own PR company as well as being a local school governor, parish councillor, NT volunteer at nearby Calke Abbey and area president of the Save the Children Fund. Having worked in the media team at the 2012 Olympic Games she has now been appointed to the press pack at this year's Rugby World Cup. Exciting times!!