Eating up the food miles
The re's always a welcome at Mowbarton and it's an eco friendly low carbon welcome...
The primroses are out, the daffodils are out, the UK is almost out and the sun is most definitely out! There couldn't be a better time to book a break at Mowbarton Shepherd's Hut or Mowbarton Barn; or, if your group/family is really big, have them both ...
Here's what our two most recent couples said about the Shepherd's Hut: 'Thank you for a wonderful stay in your Shepherd's Hut - a perfectly equipped hideaway, with the added bonus of local treats!' and 'The Hut is perfect and so nifty. A really comfortable bed meant we had a great night's sleep. We love how everything works so well and just wish we were staying another night.'
The guests in the Barn are equally appreciative: 'This is our third time staying here and we absolutely love it - it's perfect...' and 'A beautiful and very peaceful location! The Barn is so well looked after and everything has been thought of for guests. Will definitely return.'
What do they all come back for? Could it be the 'local treats'? Typically waiting for you at both properties would be tea, coffee, sugar and milk (of course) plus local butter, cheese and pickle, as well as cider from just down the road and a freshly-baked loaf (I probably should add 'subject to availability' at this point although to be honest it's actually 'subject to getting the dough to rise') - oh and a vase of fresh-picked flowers.
And before I forget - the first tulip is also out.