A 17th century Georgian house set in an idyllic country retreat with four-star accommodation and award-winning, home-grown breakfasts.
Kingthorpe Manor Farm is a 2.5 acre registered smallholding situated in the tiny hamlet of Kingthorpe amid the Bardney Limewoods, and is home to goats, geese, ducks and hens.
At its centre is a beautiful, historic, Grade II listed country house which dates back to the early 17th century. It was in its prime during the Georgian period before falling into decline and ruin in the latter centuries.
The house has been carefully and painstakingly restored back to this Georgian period and is now a guest house offering four-star accommodation and award-winning breakfasts.
All the rooms are ensuite and spacious with king-sized beds and guests have their own dining and sitting rooms as well as use of a large sun room and garden.
There is a half-acre woodland where the Farm's hens roam free and provide eggs for breakfast. All the produce used is organic, home-grown or locally sourced.
The self-catering Shepherd's and Eco huts, located in the grounds, are also available.
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