NEWS: Launching self-contained dining room at Long Acre Farm Bed & Breakfast
Long Acre Farmhouse B&B at Seven Barrows is an idyllic escape near Lambourn, in the beautiful Berkshire Downs. It opens for summer with a new dining room offering guests of the 3 en suite bedrooms more space and privacy, complementing the light-flooded dayroom. Breakfast is delivered to the dining areas in line with current social distancing guidelines. Contact Joanna Preston for reservations from May 17. T: 07815 782518 E: Joanna.Preston1@
Joanna and her husband Mark used lockdown to transform their office in the farm's former pigsty into an elegant dining room, echoing the accommodation's chic post-rustic style. Expect flawless décor, fine linen, fresh flowers and a copious breakfast, home-made by Joanna using produce from the organic farm: compotes, granola, eggs, meats, berries and fruit/vegetable smoothies. Pure water is drawn from their own bore hole. Home-made evening meals and picnics are available by prior arrangement.
Situated 15 minutes' drive from Junction 14 of the M4, Long Acre is easily accessible from major cities and towns including London, Birmingham, Bristol, Oxford and Reading. The peaceful setting and open countryside of the Lambourn Downs are perfect for walking, cycling, riding and picnics.
Joanna greets her guests personally with home-made cakes or biscuits and drinks and is ready to offer advice on what to do in the area: local attractions include the Uffington White Horse (UK's oldest chalk figure), stylish shopping in Hungerford and Marlborough, and various ancient monuments, historic houses, national trust properties and gastro-pubs and restaurants where dogs and children are welcome. Guests are free to enjoy the farm's 40 acres and delightful gardens full of colour and perfume.
Open year round, prices from £95-£115 per room per night (2 people sharing) including a full organic breakfast. 2-course evening meals from £25 per head (3 courses from £30) and picnics from £8 per person.
Long Acre Farmhouse B&B is set in 40 acres of the Lambourn Downs on the Oxfordshire/