Highfields Farm

Bed & Breakfast



Highfields Farm

Bed & Breakfast


Jennifer and Phil converted these beautiful old barns in 2005 into this lovely B&B, with every bedroom having lovely view over open countryside. The farm itself used to be a dairy farm with about 60 acres not nearly big enough in this day and age. And the barns you will be staying in used to be the milking and housing for the cows.When we bought the farm in 2000 it had only 10 acres left with the farm and the brick barns were derelict. For a while we used them for stables and storage housing calves and a pig called Suzy. In June 2005 we began the conversion and by Christmas we moved into the Little Barn. I had promised a friend of mine that I would be ready for guests by May 2006 as she wanted a big family party and a helicopter to land in the fields. I realised by the end of March I was not going to be ready, so I phoned her to tell her, she said “no problem I will try to find accommodation elsewhere”. But guess what? there wasn't any! - she said “you have to be ready”. Actually that was brilliant because it bulleted me into action, I had 6 weeks to finish the Big Barn and move out of the Little Barn and get it ready for visitors. Believe it or not, I did it and in June 2006 we were ready to open!

So here we are today, come and visit us!


Local Places to

Eat and Drink


The Green Man at Milwich - good food and drink (not Monday or Tuesday 5min drive)


The Spot Gate Inn - dine in a Pullman Railway Carriage (not Monday 5min drive)


The Izaak Walton - good food & drink (5min drive)


The Black Lake Inn - restaurant (5min drive)


The Three Crowns at Stone - restaurant (10min drive)


Other places in the area just ask Phil or Jenny

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