About this listing
Luxury B&B farmhouse in the heart of the Midlands.
2 spacious suites and a 3rd comfortable room in a home with beams, open fires & antiques. Guests enjoy the grounds but just a few miles from Loughborough, Nottingham and Leicester.
With a private sitting room the Cambridge Suite can comfortably accommodate a travel cot or Z bed for families with children.
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.
Guests can enjoy the gardens or relax in the conservatory where breakfast is take. On sunny days. At other times of the year reactant is 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
Guess are welcomed with afternoon tea and home made cake. With an extensive knowledge of the area guests can be pointed towards lots of places to visit in the area or to local pubs and restaurants.
Rempstone is a small village that enjoys easy access to Loughborough, Nottingham and Leicester. On hand for East Midlands Airport, the MI and visits to the Peak District and the villages of Rutland, Visitors to Rempstone also head major sporting venues at Trent Bridge, Leicester and Nottingham.
Just four miles from the main line train station at Loughborough giving regular fast services to London St Pancras International and to the MI and East Midlands Airport it is an ideal location for travellers on business or pleasure. Secure private parking is available in the grounds of the property.
Other Things to Note
The two spacious suites have plenty of space for private relaxation or enjoy the drawing room. conservatory or gardens.
Hrempis Farm was a magical stay for our family of five. We were warmly welcomed by Nicola with afternoon tea by the fire whilst we took in the beauty and charm of this amazing farmhouse. The home is beautifully decorated in every conceivable way - including antiques, log fires, a well stocked library, dreamy beds and bedlinen and well appointed bathrooms with beautiful toiletries, towels and robes. The breakfasts each morning were extensive - with our 11 year old son declaring his porridge 'the best he's ever had'. The breakfast room is exquisite. We had a wonderful stay with wonderful memories. Nicola was incredibly helpful with tourist information and always on hand for a casual chat. We feel incredibly fortunate to have ended our 5 week European vacation in such a beautiful location. Thank you, Nicola...
About the Host, Nicki
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!!