OUR NEXT EVENT - AFTERNOON TEA AT COLLEGE FARM
THURSDAY 12 jULY , 3PM
Treat yourself and your friends/colleagues to a traditional English tea at College Farm on Thursday 12 July at 3pm
This includes sandwiches, scones with cream & strawberry jam, cakes and a selection of teas.
Everything is either made by Katharine or in the local Farm Shop.
ABOUT Our Hostess - Katharine Wolstenholme
College Farm Bed & Breakfast was started in the 1970s by Katharine’s parents, William & Lavender Garnier.
Katharine ran Telford Park B&B in south London for over 20 years. After Lavender's death in 2010 Katharine and her family moved to Thompson and now run College Farm Bed & Breakfast. Katharine has returned to her roots, living in a house that was originally built by her ancestors in 1349.
College Farm is a medieval family home situated in the village of Thompson three miles from the market town of Watton. College Farm has 3 double bedrooms, all with private or ensuite bathrooms.
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