Welcome to Keepers at Greenfield Farmhouse
Keepers is self-contained accommodation with wonderful views. It lies within a small holding of 20 acres owned by Peter and Marilyn Kelly for the last 16 years, who run a small pedigree flock of Welsh Mountain Badger Faced sheep.
Using traditional materials, Keepers has been constructed on an oak frame and furnished to a high standard. From the balcony there are lovely views over our 10 acre wood towards Clee Hill. To the South are the Black Mountains and Hay Bluff, across the gentle rolling countryside moulded in the Ice Age.
Huntington village is at the heart of The Marches on the Welsh Border and comprises scattered farms and unusually, two churches. One, the United Reform Church used to double as the village school and still has the benches that fold up to become pews on Sundays.
The other, lying hidden in the fields is the small historic church of St Thomas a Becket with beautiful stained glass windows and unusual ancient oak pews.
The Swan, a long established pub, is thought to have been built on the site of an inn dating back to the 13th century. A large log fire is always ready to give a welcome to visitors. Also of interest in the village are the historic ruins of Huntington Castle, probably built in the time of William the Conqueror.
Keepers is the place to enjoy peace and the wonderful landscape as well as there being plenty for the active with Offa’s Dyke within 2 miles and for those who enjoy history and geology.
Greenfield Farmhouse, Huntington, Kington, Herefordshire HR5 3PZ