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Abbey Farm Bed & Breakfast 

Abbey Farm, Bed & Breakfast

Quality Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast at the edge of the village.

Abbey Farm is a working sheep, soft fruit, and asparagus farm, housed in an idyllic converted Victorian Barn where Jon and Sally Slee offer short breaks or longer stays for business or pleasure, in bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation.

There are two double or twin rooms, both with en-suite shower rooms, and each with a television and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfasts are traditional, and wherever possible ingredients are locally sourced. When in season, expect home-grown strawberries and raspberries.  

Abbey Farm is half a mile from the road down a private track making it incredibly peaceful despite being conveniently only 2 miles from the M69. There is plenty of parking adjacent to the property.

To find us take the B4109 south towards Wolvey from Junction 1 of the M69. The Farm access is on your left 1 mile from the junction, and immediately before the first left road turning to Lutterworth. Drive carefully down the track, and turn right under a grove of Horse Chestnut Trees.

To contact us:

Jon & Sally Slee
Abbey Farm
Hinckley Road
LE10 3HQ

Tel: 01455 220322
Email: abbeyfarmbandb@yahoo.co.uk
Web: www.abbeyfarm.org.uk.

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