Penrhos Court, Herefordshire
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Penrhos Court, Herefordshire

Since its first steps, the home of Mamaheaven has been the beautiful and enchanting Penrhos Court, where we have grown with the wonderful support of Daphne Lambert, owner and chef.

Daphne Lambert runs a wonderful kitchen where fresh, organic ingredients are prepared so they offer the utmost in nutritional value. Bread is baked fresh every day and there is also a fine selection of organic wines. Penrhos Court was the first restaurant to be awarded the Soil Association organic symbol and Daphne Lambert is co-author of the Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook.

The beautiful bedrooms, in the converted threshing barn, are named after birds found nearby. All are non-smoking and have en-suite bathrooms and organic linen.

ancient buildings renovated with love and care…

This is the oldest part of the manor house, dating from about 1280,

The first floor is constructed into squares of about six feet with the joists and then the floor boards in each square at 90 degrees to the adjacent square, giving a chequer board pattern.

The circle or Celtic cross design of the timber construction in the front gable end, seen from the outside, is called cusping and is just for decoration.

www.penrhos.com

Testimonials

I was there at Mamaheaven just last week, and it was an amazing experience. My son who is 1 year had a great time, running around playing with all there team and not just the toys/ other babies around. Everyone was so friendly and made us feel at home. Everything was very comfortable and at ease. The food, i don't even have words to describe, it was absolutely amazing. Being a vegetarian it was a real treat outside home. Mamaheaven was truly a bliss, and worth every penny, time and effort. I am sure i'll be back at some point and i highly recommend to all the new mums. It is very relaxing and completely unwinds you. They have so much to offer there, that made me think that every mum should experience this heaven atleast once.
Shilpi Gupta, London