Our three stunning holiday cottages at High Trees Farm (a 600 year old working farm) are set in a conservation area of unspoilt beauty. With envious views overlooking rolling hills and an abundance of wildlife the cottages offer peace and tranquillity.
The farms traditional barn has been converted into 3 luxury self-catering cottages providing open plan modern living with high ceilings and full length windows.
Available for holidays and short term lets.
Each cottage is open plan and has well equipped kitchens with washer/dryer, leather sofas, dining table and chairs, television, downstairs cloakroom and bathroom with bath and shower.
Oak & Ash cottages each have 2 bedrooms sleeping up to 4
Elm cottage has one large bedroom also sleeping up to 4
Please note we are deaf aware - BSL users welcome.
Our location is perfect for walkers, nature lovers and golfers as well as those wanting to explore further afield. With the historical towns of Buntingford, Hertford and Ware within easy reach and good access to London and Cambridge via the A10, High Trees Farm offers something for everyone.
High Trees Farm is a member of the Countryside Stewardship Scheme which aims to sustain the beauty and diversity of the landscape and improve wildlife habitats.
As well as local wildlife we have Hebridean sheep, Guinea Fowl, Geese and free range chickens within our grounds
Love walking? Get up close with nature along our byways and public footpaths looking out for wildlife on the way before taking a refreshing break at a small local pub or restaurant
Cycling our quiet lanes are ideal for cyclists wanting to explore the area
In the nearby picturesque town of Buntingford and market towns of Hertford and Ware you will find beautiful canals and rivers, historic buildings and local craft shops as well as small bars, pubs and restaurants.
Golf enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with our local courses
Just set off the A10 High Trees Farm Cottages are within easy distance of London and Cambridge.
Other attractions include: Paradise Wildlife Park, Hatfield House, Henry Moore Foundation and Duxford Aviation Museum. Please visit the local tourist website for more activities.