|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The Hayloft sleeps up to7 in 3 bedrooms. There is a double bedroomdownstairs with an en-suite with walk in shower. Upstairs there is a large double with king size bed and a further single bed, a twin room with two single beds and another bathroom with bath. The living area is open planned with a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and microwave. There is a washing machine and tumble dryer in the laundry room, shared by the 4 barns, and where there is also extra freezer space, tourist information leaflets and space in which bikes etc. can be stored. The lounge area has a freeview TV and DVD player. The Hayloft is tastefully furnished to a high standard retining many of its original features. Downstairs is heated by underfloor heating with radiatorsOutside there is a private patio with garden furniture and shared use of the attractive courtyard, where the gates can be closed to allow children to play safely. The price includes all bedding and towels and use of the indoor heated pool.
Our 4 barns, which all have Gold Awards, are set in an attractive courtyard and all have their own private patios with garden furniture. They have been converted from the original old farm buildings and we were keen to keep all the character. We are a family run farm presently rearing Aberdeen Angus for Waitrose and have a flock of sheep. Lambing takes place in April and guests are welcome to be involved in this. They are also welcome to explore the farm and make use of our 2 coarse fishing lakes, or our indoor heated swimming pool. We have 3 very friendly working collies, Fly, Bryn and Skip, farm cats, 2 miniature shetland ponies called Ollie and Berry, and several chickens. The farm is located on the edge of the beautiful New Forest and so ideal for walking, cycling and riding.
An ideal base for walking, riding and cycling in the New Forest. Also near Salisbury, Winchester, Portsmouth Historic Dockyards, Beaulieu Motor Museum, Paultons Park ( Peppa Pig World), Mottisfont Abbey and the coast to name a few.
We have been farming cattle and sheep at Pyesmead Farm since 1981 and have now been joined by our son Robert. We opened our Bed and Breakfast in 1987 which we have really enjoyed running over the years, and still welcome guests to this day, having made many friends over the years. We converted our old redundant courtyard of farm buildings fairly recently and now have 4 very lovely individual cottages to offer to holiday makers.