Stayed at Wrigglesbrook Gypsy B&B for the second time. Weather was kind to us again, warm and dry. Wrigglesbrook is not for anyone wanting plasma screens, trouser presses and WiFi. If you want away from it, this is it. The welcome is always warm, Jane and John-Paul are genuine, friendly hosts and are there if you want them to be, not if you don't. The bow top open lot we stay in is gorgeous...quaint and cosy. Laying in the double hammock over the brook is perfect. The only noise is from the birds flitting around the trees, our only company the spring lambs and calves in the field next to us. Buster and Hush Puppy the terriers did pay us the occasional visit, but were happy with a quick fuss, then wandered off. The food that Jane and John-Paul prepare is stunning. The coq au vin was so tender and tasty, it was melt in the mouth perfection. The 6 hour cooked steak in the steak and ale pie was unbelievably good, as were all the fresh organic home grown veg and the sticky toffee pudding, what can I say! Light the campfire, pour yourself a glass of red and gaze at the stars. Perfection. Morning brings you the most spectacular breakfast you could ever wish for. Fresh maple syrup and apple pancakes followed by sausage, bacon, egg, fried bread, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes, toast...the list goes on! The veggy b'fast was just as amazing. Haloumi, polenta, fresh spinach plus all the other bits...wonderful. Jane and John-Paul have a little slice of heaven that we are so happy to have found. The surrounding area is lovely if you want to go out and about, but a day lazing in the hammock, wandering down the road to the local then settling in for an evening of fantastic food topped of with a roaring campfire can't be beaten. Go there, I guarantee you will not be disappointed. Just leave the handmade italian loafers behind.
- Also Known As:
- Wriggles Brook Gypsy Bed And Breakfast
- Wriggles Brook Gypsy Hotel Hoarwithy