Hen House is a charming garden cottage at the heart of Brook Farm. It’s a refurbishment of part of the old stables and granary and a perfect spot to relax and get away from it all!

It is surrounded by picturesque garden and woodland. It sleeps two guests and is a wonderfully romantic retreat – warm, welcoming and magical. And it has its own gorgeous little cinema, exclusively for Hen House guests. Hen House has a spacious open plan layout, all on one level.

Kitchen and dining area: Fully equipped kitchen (with dishwasher, fridge freezer and electric cooker), farmhouse dining table.

Living area: Comfy sofa, armchair, Smart TV and DVD player

Bedroom: King-sized bed, exposed beam ceiling

Bathroom / dressing room: Bath (with shower), WC, wardrobe.

Cinema: In studio above Hen House – comfy sofas and snuggly throws, streaming services / DVDs (your own cinema for your entire stay!)

Outdoor space: Hen House also has an enclosed private garden, with open countryside views. It has a barbecue, table / chairs and outdoor log-burner, perfect when it drops cold later in the evenings. Beyond that, it’s surrounded by nine acres of beautiful gardens, meadow and woodland.

There’s central heating and we also provide linen, towels, kitchen essentials…and a few welcome goodies! A washing machine and tumble dryer are available in the Store Room next to Hen House.

Parking is about 45 metres (along a gravel path) from the cottage.

Dogs are very welcome – at no extra charge. We’re flexible on start dates – which means you can choose the dates you want.

Our guests say:

“Absolutely magical! You have created a really special place to stay. The Hen House cinema was fantastic”

Perfect! We loved our stay at Hen House. It is the best holiday cottage we have stayed in. It felt very welcoming and homely, and was immaculate.

“The cinema is just brilliant and the perfect way to spend the evening after some nice walks in the nearby Mortimer Forest.”

“Special memories include the soundscape in the garden when the sun was shining….the birdsong and buzzing of the bees….”