Self Catering Cottages
In the converted Stable Cottages you can relax, eat well and browse for just about anything in these largely forgotten border areas. Far from the Madding Crowds, easy driving, easy parking, delicious Flavours of Herefordshire eating, fabulous views ...
Farm based, enjoy wandering through the apple orchards, picnicking in the gardens, cycling through the black and white villages or just quality checking all the delicious tea rooms on route.
A four poster bedroom and twin bedroom with sociable open plan living area opens out onto the secluded herb garden or the main garden. Plenty of car-parking and all the facilities you would hope to find in the best of accommodation away from home.
An upstairs and a downstairs bathroom with utility room and a number of garden benches and tables are situated around the gardens for late breakfasts, reading, chilling or planning.
We were always graded at 4 diamonds/stars but recently have improved our facilities further but not rejoined the scheme where points are given more for matching chipboard tables than for characterful antiques and crafts.
Guests return year after year - often to take part in local festivals such as the Hay Literature Festival or the Food Festivals at Ludlow, Hereford or Abergavenny. H.Art is tremendous in September - all those open galleries throughout Herefordshire and just over the border. Herefordshire's Walking Festival, the Sheep Music Festival in Presteigne and the Brecon Jazz are all within easy reach.
We have a great local farm shop and one just 7 miles away which produces great fruit and has a restaurant and small garden centre. For characterful shopping you cannot beat Hay - superb bookshops, quaint independents, antique shops, cafe's and craft galleries.
A visit to Hereford would not be complete without seeing the famous Mappa Mundi - only one in the world in a worldclass building attached to the cathedral. Ludlow as a town with a Castle is wonderful for wandering through and savouring great food and daily markets. On the doorstep is the Small Breeds Farm for born later members of the family and of course Offas Dyke and the Black Mountains are within reach for photographers or the more energetic.
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This page was last updated: 12 April 2011