Acorns Sleeps 2 (1 Bedroom) + cot
About Christina Pybus
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.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Very cosy and well appointed. Spotlessly clean on arrival
This property is very well situated with many places worth visiting within easy reach. My only negative comment relates to the lane leading to the cottage. It is full of deep potholes and requires careful navigation. However, we were more than pleased with our stay and intend to return.
Thankyou for your review. I apologise for the drive which did have some potholes due to heavy rain. It has now been fully repaired! It would be lovely to see you again.
Beautiful barns and a lovely setting
This is the third time we’ve stayed on Pybus farm and I can’t recommend it enough. The barns are beautiful and have everything you need. There are lots of animals on the farm - cows, sheep, cats, dogs that kept my children entertained as well as an indoor pool which helped on rainy days. It’s also well located with lots of things to do pretty close by. We will definitely stay again.
Thank you for your review. It was so lovely to see you again.
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Loved our 2 weeks at Wellow
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Fabulous little barn, everything you could need, perfect for a couple, highly recommend.
Delightful little barn in a great location for exploring the New Forest and beyond. The barn is finished to a very high standard & has everything you could need including a mini dishwasher & a very comfy bed. Highly recommend the barn & area for a lovely quiet getaway.
The new forest is a national park