Charmingly located in the centre of “chocolate box village” Pembridge Pembridge is on the north Herefordshire’s picturesque Black and White Trail where Old Chapel Gallery occupies a wonderful former Victorian Chapel and sources the best in handmade British contemporary fine arts & crafts. From garden sculptures to objet’s d’art, jewellery to homeware, fine art, prints, woodcraft, ironwork, textiles and ceramics, these are made by both emerging and established artists and makers. Old Chapel Gallery is firmly established as a centre of excellence for casual browsers and serious collectors alike. Lovers of contemporary British arts and crafts can find work by local and nationally established artists and makers, alongside the innovative work of talented newcomers. Popular artists include Amanda Clark, Chrissie Nash, David England, Deborah Scaldwell, Frans Wesselman, Hilke MacIntyre, Iris Milward, James Donovan, Jemima Jameson, John Maltby, Lesley Strickland, Mary Ann Rogers, Philip Hearsey, Piers Browne, Robert Palmer and Tamsin Abbott. Work from every medium is commissionable and exhibitions are held regularly throughout the year in the upstairs gallery, in a variety of media, which provides the opportunity to introduce new young makers alongside well-known names. Opening times may vary throughout the seasons, please check website for up to date details.
Regularly earning accolades for eco credentials, delicious breakfasts and exceptional reviews, owner Juliet Williams prides herself in delivering an unrivalled customer experience. Lowe Farm – WINNER OF THE COVERTED 2016 ROSE AWARD – presented to just 100 tourism providers across England as Visit England’s industry honour in Recognition Of Service Excellence. Set between the pretty market towns of Kington and Leominster in Pembridge, Lowe Farm is a characterful 600 year old farmhouse accommodation showcases Visit England 4 Star Gold Award accommodation at its finest. Located on 200 acres of rolling farmland, along Herefordshire’s famous Black and White Village trail, a stay here is peaceful, picturesque and rejuvenating. All rooms at Lowe Farm are en-suite with beautiful views of the large gardens and surrounding countryside. Enjoy tea and coffee-making facilities, fragrant toiletries, silent fridges, flat screen TVs and music stations. The important extras are taken care of too: a hair dryer, pristine robes, additional pillows and blankets, a torch, a fan, shoe buffer, writing materials, complimentary postcards and a bedroom information folder are all at hand. For breakfast expect fresh and seasonal local produce, including vegetables straight from Juliet’s own organic kitchen garden, is the mainstay of our dishes. Locally made preserves sit […]
There are four self catering holiday cottages at Luntley Court Farm Cottages providing first class accommodation. Tastefully converted from sixteenth century farm buildings located on a working livestock farm with fishing rights on the river Arrow. The holiday cottages are situated in the rolling hills of North Herefordshire, in the heart of the Welsh Marches, between the historic towns of Ludlow and Hay-On-Wye. Situated in the hamlet of Luntley, the farm is on the black & white medieval trail of north Herefordshire and the village of Pembridge itself is known as the ”Jewel in the Crown” of the ”Black & White Village Trail”. These beautiful cottages are the pride and joy of David & Sandra Owens, who have lovingly maintained each one to a very high standard. Each is fully equipped with electric cooker; washing machine; microwave; dishwasher and crockery making them perfect for a self catering holiday in Herefordshire. Towels and bed linen are included in the rental as is water and electricity. Each lounge has a colour TV, DVD player and iPod docking station. Broadband wireless internet connection available for your laptop. Sorry but no pets allowed!
Westonbury Mill Water Gardens is beautiful and fun Garden and follies Westonbury Mill Water Gardens are set in the wonderful wild heart of Herefordshire close to the ‘black-and-white’ village of Pembridge. About half of its 3½ acres is filled with massed planting of vividly colourful moisture-lovers laid out around a tangle of streams and ponds, partly shaded by a backdrop of mature trees. Punctuating the garden are a number of fantastic follies, often featured on national television, which will fascinate and entertain you. Walking amongst the garden’s exuberant growth, you will find that it opens up slowly and provides new interest around each corner. There are lots of benches where you can relax for a long view. The other half of the garden is a wild flower meadow where you can walk alongside the Curl Brook among banks of shrubs and young trees, or climb the spiral path of the great mound in the middle of the meadow and enjoy splendid views of the garden, neighbouring farmland and distant hills. Cafe: There is an excellent cafe for coffee, lunches and teas Plant nursery: There is a wide selection of plants from the garden Information Open: every day from 1st April […]