The B&B

Higher Farm is a lovely bed and breakfast in South Cheshire, set in quiet countryside with stunning views across the Cheshire Plain and the Welsh hills.

The Rooms

The B&B rooms are exceptionally comfortable, and have been finished to a very high standard. The accommodation is in converted farm buildings, and retains much of the original character.

The rooms all have en suite bathrooms with power showers. There are 3 large double suits, 1 double room and 1 single. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor and 3 are on the first floor, with a staircase connecting the floors. Also we have a separate cottage with 1 double room and 1 twin room, separate kitchen and sitting area with TV and Freeview.

All rooms have a telephone landline with free outgoing national calls.

There is free Wi-Fi throughout Higher Farm.

For evening meals, there is a pub which serves good food just a few minutes walk from Higher Farm.

Prices

Prices are per night depend on single or joint occupancy. The Cottage does not include breakfast but can be purchased the night before. The price will be £7.50 per head a day.

Prices

Bookings & Enquiries

We prefer the personal touch, so to make a booking or enquiry please phone +44 (0) 792 102 1184, send us an email (info@higherfarm.co.uk) or fill out our contact form.

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Higher Farm & Barton

The first thing that strikes you when you arrive at Higher Farm is the sense of space – the farm sits high on the east shoulder of the valley of the River Dee, giving it panoramic views across the Cheshire Plain to the Clwydian Hills. These hills mark the start of the Welsh uplands, and must have defined the divide between peoples and powers ever since these lands were settled.

South Cheshire is a lovely area – gently rolling pastures are interspersed with hills, making for an interesting and attractive landscape. It surprises many people that this part of Cheshire is so close to Wales. Llangollen is only 20 miles away – and you can cover this distance in just half an hour!

Historic Chester – with the world-famous Chester zoo, the Roman walls and its excellent shopping – is just a short 20-minute drive away.

Barton itself is a small, quiet hamlet these days. The road from Wrexham to Nantwich has always been an important east-west route, carrying salt and cattle in centuries gone by – but once the village was by-passed we were left in peace.