Welcome to Keepers Greenfield
Stunning self-contained accommodation with wonderful views
Keepers at Greenfield farmhouse, Huntington, Herefordshire is part of a small holding of 20 acres owned by Peter and Marilyn Kelly who run a pedigree flock of welsh mountain badger faced sheep.
The recently built barn has been constructed using traditional materials on an oak frame, and has been furnished to a high standard. From a balcony there are fabulous views over the top of our 10 acre woodland and to the Black Mountains and Hay Bluff in the south across the gentle rolling countryside created by the glaciers.
Huntington village is at the heart of the Marches and comprises scattered farms and, unusually two churches.One, the United Reform Church doubled as a school until recently and the small historic church of St. Thomas a Becket lies hidden in the fields. The Swan, a very old pub, is thought to have been built on the site of an inn dating back to the 13 century.There are also remains of Huntington Castle, possibly built in William the Conqueror’s time.
It is a wonderful place to enjoy peace and beautiful countryside as well as plenty for the active and those who enjoy history and geology.
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