Learn the art of creating that trust-based partnership with your horse that you’ve always dreamed of. On May 4th, 5th and 6th 2018, International Natural Horsewoman Anna Twinney, founder and director of the USA based Reach Out to Horses, will be delivering three workshops here at Manor Farm House focused on holistic horsemanship and animal communication….
Imagine staying in a huge stylish bedroom in our 17th Century home, deep in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir, with a gourmet village pub, horses, tranquility, bohemian elegance and wide open skies–only 25 mins from Nottingham.
Manor Farm House is a lovingly restored Grade II listed house, built in 1625, with a peaceful atmosphere and a rich history stretching back to the English Civil War.
It is set in spacious grounds including a tranquil garden, orchard and paddocks. We can arrange for you to walk around and enjoy the woods and fields of the family estate.
Manor Farm House is in an ideal location for all sorts of stays – whether walking and cycling in the Vale of Belvoir, or enjoying the best of English food. It is a calm haven to return to after a day of exploring the area, attending an event in the region, or after a hard day’s work in Nottingham. For those with an interest in history the drama of the Civil War and the birth of Quakerism is vividly brought to life through the story of the original occupants of the house – Francis and Isabel Hacker, a Civil War revolutionary and his Quaker wife.
We invite you to simply immerse yourself in the restful atmosphere of a house known for its tranquility.