Escape, Relax, Enjoy at Arrow Bank Holiday Park Arrow Bank Holiday Park is a static caravan holiday home and touring park in Herefordshire. Arrow Bank at Eardisland, is set alongside the River Arrow in a picture postcard black and white village. This 5 star standard holiday park offers a welcoming retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Camping is also available at Arrow Bank with just under 50 pitches and excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the river arrow adjacent to the park. WI-FI available Local pub and tea rooms In the heart of the Black & White trail Dog Friendly Part of The Best Parks Group
Much Dewchurch Holiday Cottages is a wonderful place for groups, families or couples looking for a country getaway, Much Dewchurch Cottages at Lowe Farm offer flexibly sized accommodation in the peaceful surroundings of 230-acres of fields, woodland and lakes on a working arable farm. The glorious south east Herefordshire location presents panoramic views of the Black Mountains, far-reaching rural vistas and a taste of real country living, perfect for long rambling walks and romps with the dog (yes they’re dog friendly). The Farmhouse sleeps up to 14 guests and is a spacious holiday property which has been carefully renovated, offering well-appointed accommodation for families, friends and groups for special occasions, with the added benefit of a good sized games room with snooker table and a football table. Lowe Farm Cottage sleeps 8, this can be opened up to make the farm house into a sleeps 22. Adjacent to a courtyard are the four lovely Much Dewchurch cottages sleeping from 2-8 people. Converted from the old Scudamore racing stables, they overlook the beautiful, tranquil village of Much Dewchurch with a cider farm next door and the local 14th century pub only a 5-minutes’ walk. All properties can be booked together to […]
Brobury House is a charming Victorian building Brobury House and gardens is on the banks of the River Wye in Herefordshire near Bredwardine. The house is a charming Victorian building which the current owners Keith and Pru Cartright have renovated. There are eight acres of garden which have been nurtured to retain the original Victorian character. Set in the peace and tranquility of Brobury countryside, it is an ideal place to explore the city of Hereford, the Welsh Marches and the book lovers paradise of Hay on Wye. It is a place to relax and unwind. All are welcome, especially nature lovers, gardeners, artists, photographers and those who would just like to sit and picnic in beautiful surroundings. Bed & Breakfast at Brobury House offers modern en suite rooms with stunning views across the gardens. Breakfast is served in the conservatory and offers a full range of foods from full English to continental. Free WI-FI is available. If you are planning a longer stay, why not consider one of the beautifully peaceful cottages set within the 8 acres of Brobury House Gardens. A perfect rural retreat in the heart of Herefordshire countryside. Each cottage offers spacious kitchen, dining and living room […]
Sharpnage House is a brand new holiday house with a fantastic location in rural Herefordshire and stunning countryside views. Surrounded by unspoilt rolling countryside and farmlands, at this 5 bedroom property you can be assured of excellent standards of accommodation and customer service. It is a 5* Gold rated, luxury accommodation. This fabulous luxury property in Checkley, Herefordshire offers high class accommodation for up to ten people in five bedrooms of which three have en-suite bathrooms. One of these is a ground floor bedroom with a king-size bed and its own facilities which is ideal for grandparents or people finding stairs difficult. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms with super king size beds and 1 twin bedroom with zip and link beds (so can be converted in to a super-king size bed if required and requested in advance). The living area is open plan with a separate kitchen. The house offers Luxury Hypnos beds and The White Company Linen and Towels, free WiFi and also Sonos System. FEATURES Sleeps 10 4 bathrooms FREE WIFI FREE parking Dishwasher Pets welcome Washing machine and tumble dryer Microwave, Fridge and freezer Electric aga and hob Garden Towels provided BBQ & outdoor furniture Linen & […]
At The Crown Inn, Charismatic landlord, Matt Slocombe, ensures a warm, convivial atmosphere in country style surroundings, with room for larger parties as well as cosy tables for two. The Crown Inn at Woolhope is so much more than a local village pub sitting at the heart of its community, it is a destination for visitors who enjoy good local ales, an excellent range of Herefordshire’s regional ciders and a hearty seasonal menu that includes pub classics as well as modern restaurant dishes. Ideally located for walkers in the area who just want to whet their whistle, or a family lunch or supper to enjoy fresh locally sourced produce whenever possible. This is a place where you don’t have to stand on ceremony but where a special occasion will also be just that. Look out for their themed curry nights, seasonal tasting menus and Sunday Lunch cooked as it should be – the Herefordshire way. Learn more.
The Riverside Inn’s pretty black and white premises has it all Set in the picturesque village of Aymestry, near the Herefordshire/Shropshire border, The Riverside Inn has an award-winning restaurant, wonderful walks, a nature-lovers haven and well-appointed rooms. Food at The Riverside is made and cooked freshly on site; from the garden honey, oat and yogurt soda bread to the delectable lemon verbena ice cream. Sustainability and ethical sourcing is important to us for mussels and sea fish. Always scoring well regarding food miles for British produce and Fair Trade sources for imports. The kitchen garden is an important ingredient in the creation of menus and Andy and his team prepare the ground, sow and reap the seasonal vegetables and fruits. There are designated “dog tables” in the bar should you wish to take your four-legged friend to dine with you. The river and its banks are full of wildlife; dragonflies, dippers, otters, kingfishers, brown trout and grayling all live here. Fly fishing is available for guests on a 1½ mile beat upstream from the Inn. Also see Accommodation at The Riverside Inn
Trumpet Inn Campsite is perfectly situated for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Close to popular tourist destinations such as Eastnor Castle, the market towns of Ledbury, Hereford and Ludlow, The Malvern Hills and much more. Able to accommodate Caravans, Motor-homes and Tents. Attached to a 16th century black & white pub. Open daily from 12pm. Food is served weekdays 12-2.30/6pm-9pm, Saturday 12-9pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Onsite facilities include toilet, shower, picnic area and wash-up facilities. The Trumpet inn is family friendly and also welcome dogs. Enjoy your stay at The Trumpet for £13 per without electric or £16 with electric hook up. (Prices are per pitch per night) See also The Trumpet Inn.
Winner of TripAdvisor certificate of Excellence 2016 East Friars is an eclectic family home situated on on the banks of the River Wye in Hereford. A five minute walk to the City Centre or open countryside, guests are welcomed to the relaxed, laid back, comfortable surroundings. With access to and from the River Wye, this is a perfect overnight stop for canoeists, or holiday spot for walkers and fishermen. There is a pontoon for mooring if you arrive by river (direct access from river to the terrace) or safe off-road parking if you arrive by more conventional transport, plus for cyclists there is plenty of safe of road parking for your bikes. Ideal for families, small parties and anyone young at heart there is a large family room (one queen-size plus two singles) with ensuite bathroom and views of the river, a double over looking the garden and a garden annex room. The house is full of books, art and (often) music. Just a place to relax, be yourself and eat great home-cooked food. Breakfast and evening meals are provided by trained chef Polly. Enjoy locally sourced food and home made bread in the conservatory over looking the River Wye. […]
Durstone Farm Holiday Cottages have a range of cottages set in beautiful rolling countryside and just 20 minutes away from the market town and food destination of Ludlow. Couples, families and large groups are welcome as the 4 cottages sleep between 2 and 22 and specialist house parties, large family get togethers and any big get togethers are all taken care of. Large gardens surround the Holiday Cottages and there is a games room, travel cots and high chairs so children of all ages are very welcome. All the cottages have downstairs bedrooms and bathrooms, and The Tack Room is fully accessible, and has a wet room. Dogs welcome. Durstone Cottage Stag and hen groups are welcome at Durstone Cottage which sleeps up to 22. A fantastic rural setting with great views, yet only 10 minutes walk from a village pub it is a favourite with stags and hens wanting to get together and have a party. Little Cowarne Court Little Cowarne Court is a 17 century farmhouse in the small Herefordshire village of Little Cowarne. With 7 double bedrooms, and a triple, this holiday cottage comfortably sleeps 17 and is perfect for family reunions and parties. The Stables This […]
The Harp at Old Radnor is a lovely old Welsh longhouse inn perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Radnor Valley, close to the Powys/Herefordshire border. Independently owned and run by Chris and Angela Ireland, The Harp is a real pub, with ancient slate floors, oak beams, antique settles and a huge open log fire. A lovely place to visit for good food, good beer, comfortable rooms and friendly service. The cosy bar offers cask-conditioned real ales, local cider and perry, and a wide range of good wines and soft drinks. The menu comprises home-cooked and mainly locally-sourced food and offers simple pub classics like home-cooked ham with free-range eggs and proper chips alongside imaginative modern dishes and of course a traditional roast lunch on Sundays. See the menu. Learn more. Also see The Harp at Old Radnor accommodation.
Pearl Lake Leisure Park is a 5 Star static caravan park in Herefordshire. Pearl Lake at Shobdon, has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. The 80 acre park has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. On the park is a private fishing lake, exclusive 9 hole golf course, crown bowling green and a restaurant & bar. Camping is also available at Pearl lake with excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the 15 acre lake. Dog wash available WI-FI available Childrens play area and recreation field Part of The Best Parks Group
Little Canwood house is in beautiful Woolhope, Herefordshire Little Canwood House sleeps 7+1 and is situated in the heart of beautiful rolling Herefordshire countryside offering wonderful rural views over farmland in this self catering house. It has been lovingly restored to a high 5 Star standard (rated by the Tourist Board and a Gold Award winner) and offers the perfect blend of lovely traditional features mixed with modern conveniences to accommodate groups of families and friends. The house has 3 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom (with a pull out guest bed). There are 3 bathrooms in total. The house benefits from FIBRE OPTIC BROADBAND and Sky TV. With the M50 motorway just twenty minutes away, Little Canwood House is easily accessible and surrounded by spectacularly beautiful countryside offering miles of bridle paths and quiet lanes to explore by foot or bike. SPECIAL FEATURES Sky TV FREE WIFI FREE parking TASSIMO coffee machine Washing machine,tumble dryer, fridge,freezer, kettle, toaster, microwave,hair dryers BBQ & outdoor furniture Egyptian linen & towels provided High chair & cot available Freeview TV, video, DVD, CD Handmade kitchen with granite tops Local pubs with delicious food Local sports amenities Golf courses near by Superb country walks On […]
Welcoming holiday retreat situated in the picturesque Golden Valley which Sleeps up to 8. Home Barn is a spacious, comfortable, easy-living barn conversion located on a model farm built in 1865, spanning 120 acres of farmland. Relax in the river garden, watch the sun go down seated by the river around our fit pit, have fun in games room with table-tennis and darts board, enjoy a BBQ with your family or friends, pick your own herbs for suppers. Visit the old watermill, fish in the brook, take a walk around our farmland. Enjoy local outdoor activities; walking, canoeing, cycling, mountain-climbing. Fantastic for groups and families. Very close to lively Ewyas Harold village with pubs, local shops, butchers, and fish & chips. Excellent restaurants nearby. Further a-field enjoy a day out to one of the beautiful border towns of Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, Monmouth or Abergavenny with their many attractions, or go exploring in the Wye Valley, Black mountains and Brecon Beacons. Home Barn is tastefully furnished with antique pine and stylish fabrics. The open-plan rustic kitchen/dining area contains a large pine table, kitchen units made by a local craftsman, electric cooker, dishwasher and washing machine. Large living room with comfy sofas, wood-burning […]
The Waterworks Museum – Hereford is a brilliant day out for the whole family as well as the engineering and history enthusiast. Suitable for all ages, this Museum is open one day a week – on a Tuesday between 11am and 4pm, and on 20 in-steam family days each year (Sundays and bank holidays). The Museum Charting the heritage of Herefordshire’s water supply, the Waterworks Museum – Hereford houses a unique collection of working industrial artifacts concerned with the supply of potable water, all in the authentic surroundings of a Victorian waterworks building and grounds. It might not be obvious, but the museum is a time-capsule of social history and the public health development in Herefordshire and beyond. The Museum has possibly the widest chronological range of working water-pumping devices in Britain, with exhibits spanning from 1850 to 2000, whilst authentic working replicas cover some of the earliest water-raising devices of the Greek and Roman periods. The Museum is home to more than thirty working engines of all types. From early beam engines to internal combustion, and everything in between including gas and diesel engines and the UK’s best collection of hot air engines. Virtually all the engines and pumps are among the last remaining […]
Moorhall Farm is a traditional Grade II listed farmhouse situated just off the A44 on the Worcestershire/Herefordshire border; 4 miles outside the market town of Bromyard and on the outskirts of the village of Whitbourne. Boasts modern and traditional elements. There are six bedrooms, a well equipped kitchen with Aga and range cooker, games/boot room, and a choice of two sitting rooms, one with a wood burner. At a Glance – Sleeps 12 + 4 children – 6 Bedrooms (2 on ground floor) – Wi Fi – Open Fire/Underfloor Heating – Washing Machine – Dishwasher – Microwave, Electric Range & Aga – Smoke-Free – Pub/Shop < 1 mile – Off-Road Parking – Cot Available – Highchair Available – Local, fully qualified child carer available – Minimum of a three night stay – Dog & Pet friendly – please ask for more details when booking Also see Huntlands Farm Huntlands Farm Weddings Huntlands Farm Upholstery
Welcome to David and Sue’s Working Livestock Farm; Sink Green Farm, which offers a welcome retreat. Set in 170 acres of pasture meadows to south-east of Hereford, Sink Green Farm is the perfect place to stay. Whilst the river is the boundary to our livestock farm, we are only three miles from Hereford city and centrally located to access all of Herefordshire, and the surrounding areas. All bedrooms en suite, spacious and comfortable, with hospitality trays and TV, they are a subtle blend of both traditional and contemporary, all of which enhances the character of our 16th century farmhouse. Wi-Fi throughout. Unwind in our oak-beamed guest lounge to watch TV, play games, listen to music or just read. Enjoy the interactive computer to help plan your days out. A traditional farmhouse breakfast is served in our flag stoned dining room. Relax in extensive garden, with summer house and hot-tub and enjoy the uninterrupted panoramic views over the river meadows. Hospitality tray, fridge and BBQ are provided to add to your enjoyment. Enjoy – the tranquil walks along the banks of the River Wye which for over one and a half miles meanders along the border of the farm taking in the birds and […]
Part of the White Heron Properties portfolio and set in beautiful north Herefordshire in a wonderfully private location, Gardeners Holiday Cottage is a 4 Star Holiday Cottage which sleeps up to 6 and is located on the Whittern Estate. This beautifully restored Gardeners Cottage holiday property was once home to the Head Gardener of the Whittern Estate. Built around 1850 and backing onto a lovely and well-protected courtyard, it is historic, stylishly decorated and well proportioned for a family or a couple’s hideaway . The property has large open gardens of its own, next to the kitchen garden with its original eighteenth-century red brick walls. The accommodation at Gardeners Cottage is very well laid out and all the decor and furniture is designer orientated. The rear entrance leads to an eclectic courtyard, entering straight into a fully fitted kitchen which also includes a utility room and a large shower and toilet. The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and will seat up to 10 around a large vintage table. The sitting room is the other side of the front entrance and porch area and has comfortable sofas, armchairs and a delightful wood-burner. Upstairs the main bedroom has a kingsize bed; another has a double bed with […]
The Steppes B&B is Winner of TripAdvisor certificate of Excellence 2016 Set in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside yet only minutes from Hereford city centre, The Steppes B&B offers you a taste of ancient history at its best, yet keeps you in the luxury you would expect from a top rate bed and breakfast establishment all year round. The four award-winning ensuite rooms all have outside doors to the gardens with easy access to a large free car parking area. Your hosts Lin and Martin are both keen to bring you a bed and breakfast experience you’ll want to repeat whether you’re on holiday or a business trip. The Steppes dates back to the 16th century and has survived Civil War and many uprisings over the years. The original building was said to have been erected in 1530 when Henry VIII was King of England and England was torn by the Restoration. Today however, it is a happy home for Lin and Martin. Lin is a keen advocate for self-sufficiency and as such has a large vegetable garden, sheep and bees. If the bees have been busy there will be honey for sale – just ask Lin for details. In any […]
Part of the White Heron Properties portfolio and set in beautiful north Herefordshire in a wonderfully private location, The Sherriffs Holiday House is a 4 Star Grade ll listed Queen Anne House and is located on the Whittern Estate. A holiday at The Sherriffs with family or friends could be the perfect party house for your get together. The accommodation comprises three large reception rooms with a beautiful dining room, drawing room and elegant sitting room. It also boasts a large family kitchen. Upstairs there are 8 large bedrooms with 6 bathrooms (4 en-suite). Sleeps 18. Well behaved pets allowed. See also Field Cottage The Colloquy Gardeners Cottage The Forge Book direct. Why not make the most of your stay and ask about British Cassis tours & tasting. email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01544 340241.
Part of the White Heron Properties portfolio and set in beautiful north Herefordshire in a wonderfully private location, Field Cottage is a 4 Star Holiday Cottage which sleeps up to 5 and is located on the Whittern Estate. In a beautiful orchard setting, Field Cottage is located ideally, with extraordinary panoramic views from the Welsh Black Mountains to the South Shropshire Hills. Filled with lots of home comforts, the interior is typical of its rural surroundings and is filled with rustic antique furniture, making it a real home from home. The property consists of: hall, cloakroom, kitchen, a large open-plan sitting and dining room that leads onto a south-facing terrace, perfect for a family BBQ. Upstairs are two bedrooms – one double and one twin and one shared bathroom (Z-bed also available). Other facilities include open fire, central heating, washer/dryer, TV, video, telephone, stereo, games, BBQ and outdoor furniture. Welcome hamper filled with local goodies on arrival This property is not particularly suitable for families with very young children due to its open staircase. See also The Sherriffs The Colloquy Gardeners Cottage The Forge Book direct. Why not make the most of your stay and ask about British Cassis tours & tasting. email email@example.com or telephone […]
Nestled deep in the Herefordshire countryside, Mistletoe Cottage is a brand new cottage, well appointed and designed to be welcoming and comfortable. There are two king-size bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom and the other with en-suite shower room; two dogs are welcome in the house too. There is a ground floor shower room, utility space, and very well equipped kitchen with everything you need, and some things you don’t! The large dining table is suitable for a light and airy breakfast, or with different lighting is great for a cosy evening in. Plenty of walks and places to visit, and if you just want to relax with a drink and a snack, the garden and front of the house catches the evening sunshine. New for 2019 – two extra people can sleep comfortably in the Shepherd’s Hut as part of the whole booking. Only £10.00 per person per week, but bring your own bedding. Facilities are in the house, and you can join in with everyone else in the house. Not far from Weobley, Mistletoe Cottage is located in the centre of the triangle which joins Hereford, Hay-on-Wye and Leominster – very convenient for the west of the county. […]
Nestled in the Eastnor Deer Park, these 2 beautifully restored holiday cottages are a walkers’ paradise! Peacock Villa and Golden Gates Lodge are located in the Eastnor Deer Park, within the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding natural Beauty and both offer stunning views, door-step walks, cycle routes and the highest level of comfort. Above all else though, our holiday cottages promise peace and tranquility! Both properties were completely renovated in 2010 from previously derelict estate buildings. They have been tastefully and thoughtfully restored throughout and offer the highest level of comfort. Ideally suited to people who want a relaxing break in a quiet area or want a convenient base from which to explore the surrounding area of Malvern and Ledbury, these properties are a great base for a holiday or short break and are regularly used by guests attending a wedding or party at Eastnor Castle. Dogs are very welcome in both properties. Golden Gates Lodge Golden Gates Lodge can be booked as a one bed or a two bed property. The two single storey gate lodges have been superbly refurbished and decorated to provide high quality self catering holiday accommodation in a unique setting. The larger of the two […]
Home Farm Dulas Bed & Breakfast is situated in the picturesque Golden Valley The traditional farmhouse at Home Farm Dulas is set within a model farm built in 1865, spanning 120 acres of farmland. The farmhouse is tastefully furnished with antique furniture & contempory fabrics. The bedrooms (2 doubles, 1 twin/double) are extremely spacious and light and have comfortable beds with cotton sheets and towels. All have en suite bathrooms, TV, Wifi, tea and coffee making facilities, and a hairdryer. A scrumptious breakfast made from local ingredients is served in the dining room over-looking the garden. Maddy bakes her own bread and preserves, collects the eggs from her chickens, and picks the vegetables from her organic kitchen garden. On offer each morning is both a full English or lighter continental breakfast. Maddy is a Cordon Bleu chef delighted to cook you an evening dinner at request and a small extra charge if you prefer a night off from a restaurant. Whilst at Home Farm, relax in the garden, visit the old watermill, fish in the brook, take a walk around our farmland. Ewyas Harold village with its local shop, butchers and pubs is conveniently less than a mile away. There […]
Just a few miles outside Ross in the Wye Valley, set in beautiful rural Herefordshire, The Loughpool at Sellack seeks to combine the hospitality of a traditional country pub with a restaurant that features high quality local produce. The Loughpool offers a pretty, enticing garden where you can enjoy a relaxed summertime drink or meal and in the winter big fires will keep you warm and cosy. Since re-opening in February 2015, current owners Paul & Svenia Franklin have sympathetically refurbished the buildings’ interior to a tasteful traditional public house. Black and white timbered cottage surrounded by bridleways and walks, simple bars with beams and standing timbers, flagstones, rustic furniture & a wood burner all add to the atmosphere. The Loughpool is one of the county’s strongest venues for great food, cooked using locally sourced produce and all at a reasonable price with a wide range of local ales and cider and a specially selected wine list. Set in beautiful countryside, the Loughpool offers a pub atmosphere with surrounding walks and connections to Ross and Hereford. Well behaved children and dogs are always welcome. Sample menus