The site was previously a working farm and in recent years has operated as a Bed & Breakfast. Located close to Cheltenham, Whalley Farm has spectacular views over the Cotswolds countryside.
The farm has several interesting features, including underground stone mines believed to have provided stone for repairing the Houses of Parliament and several prominent local buildings. The remains of a Roman villa have also been found on the farm.
Lewandowski Architects have produced a design to transform the site into a spectacular wedding venue that was supportive of both the site’s historic assets and the working commercial nature of the traditional farmstead.