0.00001 food miles. We are proud to be a little bit different. Green Cow menus showcase the food that is produced and foraged from the land around us. Throughout the seasons, the chefs forage for wild garlic, hedgerow berries, damsons, plums, apples, pears, puff balls, elderflower and more...

 

Hit the Hay

With The Oakley Suite, Longfield Cottage and our luxury sty’s, there are 13 bedrooms available for your delegates to base at Crumplebury for the duration of the event.

Our beds are so lovely, you might be late for work.

SPACES

Wellies, woodland, stunning views, inquisitive cows and amazing food… a corporate escape with a difference. 

Crumplebury has stunning indoor and outdoor meeting spaces and can cater effortlessly for 20-200 delegates. Breathe in the fresh air and find inspiration at the heart of our private, family estate.

When the brainstorming is over, retreat to one of our 13 luxury bedrooms for a peaceful night’s sleep deep in the Herefordshire countryside.

FOOD

Food is at the heart of all we do. Sourcing our beef, lamb and pork from the home farm and our game from the woodlands, we’re proud to celebrate seasonality and the lowest food miles!

Our kitchen team with our consultant Michelin starred chef, will delight in crafting your perfect menu. Be it pulled pork burgers, served from our Farm Landrover barbeque around fire-pits in an open field, woodland canapés and prosecco at the heart of Longfield wood or an elegant 10 course tasting menu set in the Art Gallery, we’ll curate the perfect food experience for your corporate retreat.

You worry about the brainstorming and we’ll take care of the brain-food.

Joe Evans - Owner

 “We want our visitors to feel that they are guests in our home.  It’s such a privilege to be able to share our beautiful corner of Herefordshire and we’re excited at this next evolution of the Green Cow journey”

Keeley Evans - Owner

“It has been wonderfully exciting to create Crumplebury.  To carefully craft this stunning events space and witness our vision unfold before our eyes.”