Old World Charm - 21st Century Comforts



Courtyard Cottages (Self Catering)

Farmhouse (Bed and Breakfast)



700 years of history and charm, combined discreetly with 21st century comforts.

A perfect place to stay.

Run under the personal supervision of resident owners, Carol and Bill Bardo

Archaeological excavations brought to light a 7th century Saxon site on the farm, but the earliest documented reference was in 1270 when John Atte More was the owner. In 1455 it was granted Manor status. The Manor of Mores or Moors still exists in the farmhouse of that name.

The first reference to Holyport was in 1220 when it was an important market town, possibly because of its position on the "Domesday" Road from Windsor to Reading.

Today it is a pretty Conservation village where the focal point is the village green and pond just five minutes walk from the farm. The stocks and the ducking stool have gone but the village pubs take full advantage of their picturesque location.

On Moor Farm, the timber framed buildings, including the original Manor, have been maintained and restored and there is stabling for 20 horses.

Moor Farm is four miles from Windsor and one mile from Maidenhead. It is an ideal base from which to tour and visit London and the South of England. There are regular train services from Maidenhead and Windsor. The centre of London is just half an hour (approx) by train. Shops and public transport are within walking distance.

Moor Farm
Nr Maidenhead
Berks SL6 2HY

Tel : +44 (0) 1628 633761

Fax : +44 (0) 1628 636167

Email : moorfm@aol.com