Bed and breakfast near N.E.C. and N.I.A. Birmingham, N.A.C. Stonleigh, Shakespeare country, Mallory Park and Stoney Cove, and midland fishing lakes especially ‘Makins’

About Us

Sally and Jon Slee have farmed in this area for over 40 years.

Fresh fruit on our farmThe small holding of 25 acres supports a small ewe flock, an orchard and some soft fruit and vegetables. We are both keen gardeners and have created an attractive walled garden and vegetable garden using “on farm” materials in a creative way.

Our latest projects include a Japanese style garden (in its infancy), a wild flower meadow and some underplanting of trees with shade lovers.

Rain water is harvested from the farm buildings and feeds a small lake where it is used for irrigation and livestock drinking. The lake forms an attractive feature on the farm walk.

pet friendly bed and breakfastWe farm sympathetically with wildlife. A large range of nest boxes have been installed and we have a large feeding station for birds which hosts a wide variety of birds.

We have renovated the barn to provide us with a home and guest accommodation. We have used recycled materials wherever possible and tried to keep faith with the style of the original building. Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden and the farm.

We are well situated with good links to the M69, a five minute drive to some great food spots and ten minutes from the small town of Hinckley. We have tried to create a pleasant place where guests can enjoy spending time. We invite you to come and experience Abbey Farm and its surroundings for yourself.

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      Abbey Farm Bed & Breakfast,

                   Abbey Farm
                   Hinckley Road
                   LE10 3HQ
                   01455 220322

       Bed and Breakfast in Leicestershire
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