Hrempis Farm

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Hrempis Farm Country House Bed & Breakfast lies on the Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire border. The listed Georgian house is renowned for the warmth of welcome, comfortable beds and lavish breakfasts. Locally sourced and homemade produce is always available. Guests enjoy open fires, the extensive gardens and rolling countryside, whilst being within a short drive of major East Midlands towns.

What makes a stay at Hrempis Farm unique?

Hrempis Farm, a rambling Georgian house where guests enjoy rooms furnished with an extensive collection of antiques, alongside modern amenities. Welcomed with afternoon tea, in front of a log fire, in the orangery or in the garden, guests instantly feel at home. Play a game of snooker on the full-sized table, read a book from the huge collection or sit down to a candlelit dinner, this is country living at its best. Wake up to a lavish, locally sourced traditional English breakfast, then enjoy the extensive garden or walk in the Wolds countryside. Guests can enjoy the privacy of spacious suites or relax in the drawing room. Dogs are given a special welcome.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Hrempis Farm?

Each of the rooms available at Hrempis Farm has its own unique character. The Stanford Suite's superking sized bed can be converted to two singles and the suite has its own sitting room/library and a large desk for travellers on business. The Cambridge Suite has a large walk-in shower and separate sitting room. The Dressing Room enjoys a huge ensuite bathroom with freestanding roll top bath and twin basins. Two further bedrooms may be used for family gatherings. In every case, rooms are furnished with tea/coffee facilities, towelling robes, hairdryers and luxury toiletries. Free secure WiFi is available throughout the house.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Loughborough area?

Located in the heart of the Midlands, Hrempis Farm is just 4 miles from Loughborough, withfast connections to London St Pancras International. The Defence Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) & Stanford Hall Rehabilitation estate is less than a mile away and there is easy access to the M1 motorway and East Midlands Airport. World class shopping in Nottingham, which also boasts the historic castle and award-winning Nottingham Contemporary Gallery. The market towns of Melton, Oakham and Stanford are within an easy drive. Visit National Trust properties or Belvoir Castle, home to the Dukes of Rutland. Sports fans, take one's pick, with Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Leicester City FC, Leicester Tigers, the National Ice Centre and Holme Pierrepont Water Sports Centre all nearby.

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

The East Midlands has a reputation as a foodie's heaven. Hrempis Farm uses the best of locally sourced and homemade produce for the delicious full English and continental breakfasts. Apple juice comes from John Starkey's Norwell Estate, home of the Bramley Apple. Sausages and bacon are produced by local farmers. Homemade jams, marmalade and locally ground coffee are served. Lunches and dinners may be provided, when guests will again enjoy local produce, including the famous local Stilton and Red Leicester cheeses. Rempstone has its own welcoming pub, which is under the ownership of villagers, and nearby villages have an excellent range of places to eat, from fine dining to gastro pubs and one and two star Michelin restaurants.

Other Information

Guests travelling on business or leisure are all given an equally warm welcome at Hrempis Farm. The bedrooms all have spacious working areas and secure superfast broadband is available throughout the house. Small business meetings can be accommodated, with appropriate catering, and there is secure off-road parking. Exclusive use bookings for weddings or family parties are also available. The ethos at Hrempis Farm is to make every guest feel that their stay has been tailor-made and to leave them wanting to return, as many do time and again.


What a stunning B&B! The hostess, Nicki was very accommodating, making sure we had everything we needed, and the quality of the accommodation was like something out of a luxury hotel. Needless to say a fabulous breakfast was the icing on the cake. If you're in the area for business or pleasure, we recommend you try this gem of a place.


A wonderful house run by the most thoughtful and caring owner I have ever come across. Nothing is too much trouble. Add to that a level of finish better than many boutique hotels I have stayed in and the most delicious, locally sourced, home cooked food, and you could ask for nothing more. Superb.


Nicki is a first rate natural hostess, friendly and generous. Her home is a wonderful house full of interesting treasures and books. Both breakfast and dinner were outstanding.

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Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)

Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Bars, Cafes & Other

Bathroom & Laundry


Pool/snooker table

Room Service & Food/Drink


Cricket pitches


Flying, Hang gliding, Paragliding, Hot Air Ballooning

Horse Riding, Equestrian

Other Activities (generally outdoor)

Water sports

Other games & sports

Wildlife, bird watching

Recommended walks


Golf course (walking distance)

Extra info

Open Times: Closed Christmas
Room prices from: £60.00
Room prices to: £75.00
Single occupancy prices from: £85.00
Single Occupany Prices To: £120.00
Dinner Available:
Dinner Price From: £30.00
Number of rooms: 3

Arrival information & directions

Address: 58 Main Street, Rempstone, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LoughboroughLE12 6RH, United Kingdom

From M1 Jcn 24 follow A6 to Hathern, turn left onto A6006 and follow for 5 miles until you reach the traffic lights. Straight across and follow the road round the bend. Hrempis Farm is on the right hand side facing the turning to Wysall. . From Loughborough take A60 towards Nottingham.


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