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With so many beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces, Crumplebury is the perfect spot to extend the party.
Take in the magical, candlelit woodland scene as you enjoy prosecco and canapés on the eve of your wedding at the heart of Longfield wood.
Stumble across the farm Landy on an early morning family stroll and enjoy delicious homemade sausages fresh off the grill.
Whatever your dream, we have the space and the imagination to make it a reality.
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 wedding breakfast. We’re truly passionate about great food and strive to create memorable experiences that revolve around the shared enjoyment of eating well.
Be it a gourmet barbeque served in an open field from our Farm Landrover, a pre-feast canapé and prosecco reception at the heart of Longfield wood, or an elegant 10-course tasting menu in the Grand Hall, we’ll work with you to perfect the celebration.
With gloriously comfy beds, sumptuously soft linen and only the cows to keep you awake, Crumplebury is the dream place to rest your head after a raucous celebration.
26 of your nearest and dearest can sleep in our 10 luxury double or twin suites, the Oakley suite, and the Longfield Cottage cottage.
All of our bedrooms boast roll-top baths and generous walk-in showers. If you prefer an outdoor dip, the views from our hot tub in the Longfield Cottage garden will not disappoint.
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.”