Accommodation provider Wressle Grange has extended its offering to include a large farmhouse that sleeps up to 14 guests.
Although the accommodation has only just launched, owners Claire and Graham Foster are already welcoming family and friend groups to the farmhouse and the three cottages that were already open for let on the Wressle Grange site, previously known as Grange Farm Cottages.
Both from farming families in the area, the Fosters moved to Grange Farm in 2012 – now the farmhouse which is open for group bookings. Alongside their arable farm, they recognised that farmers have to diversify, so purchased Grange Farm Cottages while Claire was on maternity leave in 2014, launching the accommodation side of the business. The addition of Wressle Grange Farmhouse was a natural next step in their rental portfolio.
Claire Foster said, “We’re thrilled to be able to offer the farmhouse to large groups. The farm is just a perfect environment for a rural break, and we’ve had some amazing feedback already.”
Alongside the addition of the farmhouse, the company underwent a rebrand, employing local company Faire Marketing. They decided to revert to the historical name for the farmland – Wressle Grange. The company now uses a sage green that both reflects the surrounding countryside and conveys the luxury of the house, while lines in the logo are a nod to the cottages’ elongated rooflines and a decorative W references the oak beams in the house. The rebrand reflects all of the accommodation, both the three refurbished cottages and the luxury farmhouse. Along with the new name and branding, they have introduced a new website to showcase the latest offering, where bookings can be made directly online.
Claire continues, “Although our name and look have changed, our values haven’t. We’re still a family-led farming business offering luxury accommodation in a beautiful countryside setting.”
The farmhouse and cottages are available to book together or separately.