Enjoy a guided tour of Wythall Estate’s Vineyard followed by a tutored wine tasting in the Manor house. South Herefordshire has an excellent grape-growing environment, and the Wythall Estate near Ross-on-Wye provides a wonderful experience to understand more about the wine-making process and of course the growing and harvesting of these special vines. Vineyard tours and tutored wine tastings take place on Saturdays throughout the year. Each tour is a maximum of 25 people and pre‑booking is required. Groups are welcome and group organisers should contact the estate by email to discuss available dates. The Vineyard Tour Arrive at 12.00 noon for a walking tour of the Vineyard with Frank. He will talk about the grape varieties grown at Wythall Estate, the pruning methods used and explain about the vine management from planting through to harvesting. Frank will also share his knowledge of growing, maintaining and harvesting the grape varieties chosen, all of which perfectly suit the English climate and are now producing Wythall’s unique and award‑winning wines. Wine Tasting Following the tour of the vineyard, owner Jamie McIntyre will welcome the group into the dining room at Wythall Manor. Guests will be able to taste all the wines currently […]
Dunfield House – How good the world can be Set high on a hill, standing in 15 acres of gardens and parkland, this beautiful activity centre in an ideal rural location, that allows your group to meet together as a community. Dunfield offers excellent facilities for youth, schools education and family groups to meet together and run their own programmes. They offer a fully catered service for 25 – 90 and self catering for up to 25 people in their Stables accommodation. The House: Fully catered bunk style accommodation for up to 70 guests Home cooked meals are wholesome and plentiful using local produce where possible Set in 15 acres of lawned terraces, woodlands and streams Plenty of outdoor areas for football, volleyball and team games and make believe play – there is even the chance to build a dam Campfire sites Games room Indoor heated pool Suitable for schools, family gatherings, church groups You may have a clear programme you want to follow, alternatively, if you have never run an activity before, centre managers Sue and Paul are happy to discuss programme options both based onsite or in the local area, with you to assist you through the booking […]
Work Here is Hereford’s first hotdesking and coworking space, right in the centre of High Town, designed especially for freelancers and small companies who want to work in a shared office environment. Affordable hot desks, fixed desks, private offices, therapy space and meeting rooms. Not to mention up to 1Gb superfast broadband, free tea and coffee, a supportive community and a brilliant location in the centre of Hereford above Coffee#1 4-5 High Town Hereford.
FURTHER UPDATE – Deer Park Campsite open on Saturday 4th July until 23rd August, then again from 6th to 30th September. AN UPDATE ON OUR OPENING… It’s so lovely to be open again that we’ve added extra days!* Open every Saturday, Sunday and Monday until Monday 13th July. For anyone home-schooling, we’ve also put together a page pointing to lots of learning resources around Castles! With the recent news that the majority of children are unlikely to go back to school until September, an Outdoor Learning Day at Eastnor visiting a real-life castle might be a welcome change of scenery! We hope to see you soon, don’t forget tickets are limited and must be pre-booked online! Adults: £5.00 Children (3–15yrs): £2.50 *Opening is still on a Limited Grounds Only basis – full information available on our website, please read before purchasing tickets. Eastnor Castle is a great day out for the whole family! Open to visitors on selected days from Easter until the end of September, there is plenty to entertain and amuse visitors of all ages, including dogs who are most welcome. Visitors can explore the state rooms within Eastnor Castle where guides are on hand in every room to […]
The jewel in the crown of Herefordshire homes Hellens Manor still serves as a residence but is also open to the public, administered by the Pennington-Mellor-Munthe Charity Trust, and hosting tour groups as well as cultural events such as lectures, concerts, school field-trips, and literary discussions, forming a key part of the cultural life of Much Marcle. The inside of the manor is impressive with Tudor style architecture and fine delicacies. The manor was originally occupied by French Monks but a short while after in the year of 1096 the manor was granted to the De Balun family who became witnesses of the signing of the Magna Carta. In 1301 Hellens went to Lords Audley, a nephew James who was companion to the Black Prince rented the manor for a pair of silver spurs. Afterwards he then leased the manor to Walter De Helyon who then later gave his name to the house. Over the following centuries the manor passed through several hands including those of Richard Walwyn who became occupier of Hellens Manor in the late 14th century, in the 15th century the wealthy family made many changes to the house. The Audleys and Walwyns held court in the […]
Part of the White Heron Properties portfolio and set in beautiful north Herefordshire in a wonderfully private location, The Colloquy is an exclusive-use property located at the heart of the Whittern Estate. Offering tremendous flexibility, it is a stunning conversion of the Estate’s Victorian stable-yard, which now enjoys modern luxury and excellent leisure facilities. Use of the grounds is included. Designed with imagination and flair, these historic Victorian stable buildings use space to its best advantage, creating a very special environment for business or pleasure. Bedrooms 8 (sleeps 16-23) Kitchens 5 Sitting Rooms 5 Dining Room 1 As a holiday home The Colloquy is perfect for a large holiday gathering of varying ages, where everyone can either be together or break out into their own zones. The flexible areas can be self contained or there are spaces for the whole group to gather, eat, play, relax, party, so you can choose to mingle or have some private time, no matter how big your party. For a full range of the accommodation and facilities, please look on The Colloquy website. For Corporate use With excellent presentation and media facilities, formal and relaxed areas and plenty of spaces for break-out sessions, […]
Barton Court, Colwall, WR13 6HN between Ledbury and Malvern, surrounded by glorious countryside is the perfect location for any corporate or business activity. At the rear of the main house and formed from the outbuildings that surround the 13th century dovecote is a period courtyard complex of the newly refurbished buildings. The Engine Room and Loose Box are now available for hire. The Saw Mill and Dutch Barn will be ready later in the year. The Engine Room is a light filled, white painted space, 15 metres by4.5, with lovely views over the glorious countryside. It is suitable for any number of uses from workshops, conferences, presentations, meetings to dinners and children’s parties. It has plentiful toilet facilities adjacent and can be taken with a catering kitchen for an additional charge. The Loose Box, once the Georgian stables, now functions as the bar and bistro serving locally sourced and made produce showcasing the best that Herefordshire has to offer in quirky, interesting surroundings. Small, informal meetings work well in this space. The splendid main house is also available to rent on an ad hoc basis for launches, meetings and corporate events. An exquisite example of 18th century architecture, it is […]