Stephen and Annie Bull look forward to giving you a warm welcome at Parkside, a part-sixteenth century house in a quiet lane on the southern edge of Much Marcle. The house sits in a garden of nearly two acres, opposite a farm with its Hereford cattle on one side of the house and the parkland of Homme House on the other.


We are about  a mile from the wedding venues of St Bartholomew’s Church, Hellens Manor and Homme House.


At Parkside we have one large ensuite double room with a kingsize bed. This room is on the ground floor and overlooks the garden. It has its own front door, and you can come and go as you please.


Wireless internet is available.


We accept well behaved dogs. Our labrador will give you a noisy welcome, and we also have  a cat, plus a few chickens.

What Our Guests Say

“A little note to say how much we enjoyed our stay again at your lovely B&B. The bedroom is very well equipped & warm with an extremely comfortable bed it’s difficult to get out of, and everything works well in the bathroom with plenty of hot water.”

“The breakfasts are excellent too – Amy really enjoyed her eggs & bacon, and I was particularly taken with Stephen’s home baked bread and range of jams & marmalade.’ John, Amy and Frankie (Woof) Ford”

“Annie and Stephen have always been very welcoming over the seven years we have stayed at Parkside. Stephen’s home made jams are a joy for breakfast, along with home baked breads and free range eggs. We would recommend it to anyone wanting a quiet, relaxing stay with your breakfast prepared by a Michelin starred chef.”