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I stayed at Drewin Farm when walking Offa's Dyke in August. It was a welcome sight after completing the notorious Switchback section of the walk.
I was made to feel very welcome and it seemed as if nothing was too much trouble. I would definitely...More
Very welcoming, with homemade Bara Brith and tea on arrival.
Fantastic views from bedroom and very comfortable.
Breakfast was excellent - fresh fruit salad, yoghurt, cereal, cooked, croissant, toast, fresh fruit, cheese etc
Took us to Mellington Hall for eve meal - ate...More
As soon as you arrive at Drewin Farm you are made to feel so welcome. The family dog wants to play, then the owner Ceinwen greets you and offers you tea, coffee or whatever you fancy. I was rather tired from a day in the...More
We were really pleased to have the chance to stay on a working farm while walking Offa's Dyke. Having seen so much of the working countryside, it seemed only right to stay on a farm. Ceinwen is a natural hostess, it is in her bones....More
We arrived very tired and very wet off Offa's Dyke, and Ceinwen made us feel better right away. Such a lovely smiley welcome, urging us into her aga-warmed kitchen for pints of tea and fresh Welsh-cakes and comforting chat, and drying our stuff ready for...More