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Places to stay in Eardisley

Places to stay in Eardisley
Lovely open plan with bedroom on mezzanine floor. Living room with log fire, kitchen area and wet room. Close to amenities shops, bars, restaurants - 7 minute walk down the hill. Also 5 minute walk from parkland with river access. Towels not inc.
We have a lovely converted barn available to rent for short and long stays. Adjacent to but detached from The Old School House [this sleeps 8 comfortably and is also available to rent - see separate entry], the cottage was originally the stables and barn for the headmaster and pupils of Lady Hawkins School (founded 1632) , it then later became the music room. We converted it in 2008 into a quiet self-contained open-plan living space, keeping the original beams and features, including the school bell tower. Inside the cottage is light and airy with white stone walls, oak floors, a Shaker-style kitchen area and galleried bedroom. The wood burner is fuel-efficient and keeps the whole place toasty when needed. The porch, where you can leave dirty shoes, wellies etc, opens into the kitchen-living room area. The kitchen has a Belfast sink, wooden worktop, electric hob, microwave, toaster, fridge. The beamed, high ceiling living room area has the wood burner, oak table and seating, sofa, double sofa bed, chair, coffee table, lamps, bookshelf and books. Also on the ground floor is the tiled wet-room with shower, W.C and basin. Painted wooden stairs lead up to the open-plan galleried bedroom with southerly views across the Arrow Valley. Divided by a cross-beam into two sleeping areas, there is one with a low level double bed and the other with two single futons suitable for children but could be used by adults. All bedlinen (100% cotton) is provided. Digital TV & DVD, radio and broadband connection is provided. A folder of information about what to see and do in the local area is also provided. We provide guests with complimentary tea, coffee, sugar and milk. 1 basket of logs is provided for the wood-burner sep-mar otherwise logs are available to purchase at a reasonable price. The price is for up to two people for the property per night, minimum two nights. Weekly rates (from £325) and stays of more than two nights are discounted - please contact us. Note on accessibility: there are two stone and rather uneven steps up to the porch of the cottage. Upstairs to the sleeping area is accessed via a short but fairly steep, curved wooden staircase. Guests have off-road parking for one vehicle in front of the cottage. When the main house is not occupied you are welcome to explore and chill-out in the large garden which has plenty of outdoor seating. Aud, who lives nearby and manages The Cottage for us while we are away, is always welcoming and ready to assist or answer queries but she assumes most guests prefer to be left in peace. So, interaction is minimal unless you want it to be more, in which case don't hesitate to contact her. Kington (population 2,500 or thereabouts) is a genuinely unspoiled and unpretentious historic market town on the English-Welsh border. Our 12 year old son, who currently lives in Nairobi, describes it as, 'fun, friendly and safe'! Until the 1960s it was a major hub for sheep and cattle drovers (the main street and medieval alleyways with their high burgage walls are visible remnants of this former life) and it still serves what is a largely rural farming community and it has retained a weekly livestock market (Thursdays). But nowadays visitors come all year round and Kington provides a welcome and down-to-earth escape from urban and city life... You won't find a trace of a Costa coffee shop here, instead there are local independent cafes and shops (including a deli, organic vegetables, wet-fish, bakers, butchers), and traditional pubs (some brew their own ales), plus an award-winning local museum. There's plenty of good food and drink to be found, much of it locally produced. Surrounded by the naturally beautiful Welsh border countryside, on foot or by car there is much to enjoy locally. We love a walk on Hergest Ridge along the Offa's Dyke Path (the cottage is at the foot of the ridge) across to Gladestry, or a cream tea sitting outside on the Edwardian verandah at Hergest Croft Gardens (6 minutes walk away), or a pint by the fireside at The Harp in Old Radnor. From late May onwards almost every weekend there is a local festival or fete to be found and November and December weekends are usually busy with local Christmas Fairs. Well-known local festivals and events include: the Hereford Art Week (early September), the Rough Ride Cycle Event (August), Hay Literary Festival (end May-June), How the Light Gets In (Globe Hay end May -June), The Royal Welsh Show (Builth July), Sheep Music (Presteigne), Presteigne Music Festival, Titley Jazz Festival, Kington Vintage Show (mid August), Kington Show (a major agricultural event held in early September), Kington Walking Festival (September). Kington is ideally situated for visitors to mid-Wales and the Marches, walkers, canoeists, cyclists. It is in easy reach of Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Leominster, Rhyader, Builth Wells, Brecon, Presteigne, the Black Mountains and Golden Valley. And Aberystwyth and the coast are just 59 miles away and easily do-able in a day. We love it here. Nearest airports : Birmingham International (74 miles), Bristol (92 miles), Cardiff (93 miiles), Manchester (119 miles) and East Midlands (114 miles) - distances vary but for all allow 2.5 - 3 hours. Nearest railway stations: Leominster (15 miles), Hereford (20 miles). From these there are direct trains to Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, London, Fishguard/Holyhead. Local bus services connect Kington to: Hereford, Llandrindod Wells, Presteigne, Lyonshall, Eardisley, Weobley. Local taxi services are available (best to pre-book) and recommended if arriving by train in the evening hours as buses stop running quite early. A car is not essential. Do ask if you need travel advice or local taxi numbers. Complimentary tea, coffee, milk and sugar are provided. Plus 1 big basket of logs for the wood-burner per 3 nights stay. More firewood can be purchased and is available on site. Children are very welcome but note the property is open-plan with an upstairs galleried sleeping area. Access to the stairs is open, there is no stair-gate so we would not recommend it for mobile toddlers. A high chair is available on request - please notify us in advance. One well-behaved dog, with own bedding, is welcome at an extra cost of £15. Dog owners are requested to discuss arrangements with us beforehand so as to avoid any misunderstandings. Weekly cleaning and change of bedlinen for extended stays. The price per night is for up to two people, minimum two nights. Weekly rates are available, from £325 - please contact us. The Cottage may be rented separately or together with The Old School House (4 bedrooms, sleeps 8 comfortably - see separate entry). Please contact us for discount rates during low seasons or if booking the Cottage and Old School House together.
  • The photos really do not do justice to how beautiful the place is. Incredibly cosy and relaxing at night with the wood burner going. Recommend the local owl center. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Many thanks.

    Lewis2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Judith's place is a lovely little cottage. It has everything that you need to make you're stay comfortable. The fire was lit when we arrived which was a really nice touch after a long car journey.

    Rupe & Amy2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent accommodation, Judith was lovely and very helpful!

    Leah2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy cottage , some lovely walks on your doorstep and all amenities accessible by foot . Would recommend for a quiet getaway .

    Alison2020-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • Picture-perfect cottage in a great location

    Jenny2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely little cottage in a stunning location with local amenities all within walking distance.

    Mike2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful and cosy stay. Lovely location. Lots of beautiful walks. Local amenities.

    Katie2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Christmas in Kington was perfect. The cottage was just what we wanted for our Christmas getaway everything was prefect Local pubs were dog friendly as was everyone in the village. Big thank you to Audd it was lovely to meet you

    Angela2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Kington, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to our absolutely magical glamping camps. Glamping is a chance to reconnect with family and friends and is as much about how you experience the outdoors as the space you stay in. Each site is individually designed and great thought has gone into making your stay an exciting adventure with huge comfort and privacy. You will spend your days walking the woods and orchards, fishing on the River Wye, relaxing in the comfortable sitting areas and cooking on open fires or pizza ovens.
    The lodge was built in 1835 as a hunting lodge for Sir John Richard Cotterell and is situated privately on its own in the middle of 350 acre woodland on the family estate about a mile up a track. The lodge had not been used for probably 60 years but is now renovated to keep its charm and to make it comfortable for guests with proper beds and a sink with hot running water provided from its own well. It is completely off grid, with solar power for some light and to power the fridge. The lodge has three woodburners - one in each of the bedrooms and one in the sitting room. Wood is provided for you. The beds will be made up ready for your arrival and bath towels are also provided. The bathroom is found in a separately accessed outhouse house with a gas powered modern walk-in shower, wash hand basin and flushing loo, so this is not quite a typical camping experience, more like experiencing a turn back in time. There is a small camping stove for cooking, and also a huge firepit and outside sitting area with a woodfired hot tub nestled on the edge of the woodland. The lodge is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, and families (with kids). One well behaved dog is welcome. The closest bus and train service is Hereford, 9 miles away, your own transport is recommended.
    Nearby Hereford has a wonderful cathedral and the famous Mappa Mundi is housed next door. The city also has all the usual shops and chain restaurants, historic walks and hidden gems. Hay-on-Wye is just up the road in 15 minutes and is a glorious border town, with plenty of history and has the literary festival there every year. The sites are close to the historic 'black and white trail' of Herefordshire, leading to the Brecon Beacons.
  • Mrs Higgs Lodge is a brilliant little lodge in a large estate. This was our second trip here and thoroughly enjoyed it. It is basic, but has everything you need. As we’d been before, we knew what to expect and weren’t disappointed. There have been some changes since we were there last year with a new hot tub and fridge but otherwise very much the same basic and cozy lodge. The closest pub, The Portway Inn and Oakchurch farm shop are a 45-60min (4.4km) walk away, which we went to each day. We will be back again.

    Shelly2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful

    Beth2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • If you have a fella like mine who is part cave man and part pyromaniac you could not find a better place. As soon as he arrived he was making and lighting the fire for the hot tub. Lovely and remote and secluded. We had the most relaxing and happy weekend away. The lodge is as described back to nature but with little home comforts.

    Rachael2019-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • We as a family absolutely loved our stay here. Myself, my husband, our son and two dogs all booked this place last minute for our sons 1st birthday and it was exactly what we needed. To get away from it all and be able to focus on what really matters... with no distractions such as phones, TV etc. The cottage was beautiful and very authentic, although basic it had everything we needed. We spent a lot of time outside in the surrounding forest, walking collecting pine cones and picking blackberries, our little boy loved that. The hot tub was amazing, it took us about 2-3 hrs to heat with wood but it was well worth the wait! We splashed and played in there until it started to get dark then went in and snuggled up by the log burner inside. One of the days we visited a little village called Hay-on-wye, it was well worth a visit roughly around a 15 minute drive away, famous for its book shops. Lovely oldy worldy sort of place where we stopped to have a home made lunch at a cafe called 'The Granary' We also bought some marshmallows for roasting and tried out the outdoor BBQ which was fab and great fun for the 3 of us whilst our dogs chilled outside. All in all a Fabulous get away and will definitely be returning in the future, just prepare yourself with warm clothing for the evenings and bare in mind there is NO electric in the cottage to plug in electrical items. The only downside for us was the length of the bed in the bedroom, I'm not exactly tall myself and my feet kind of hung off the end, but not the end of the world!! Also just a note to take care on the wooden stairs in the cottage as they are very steep. Thanks so much for a great stay! We will definitely never forget our sons 1st birthday... & thanks to Suzy for making sure we had everything we needed. Jessica, Luke & Luca x

    Jessica2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Just wonderful! Peaceful and serene in the presence of nature. Great short stay, even better for a long stay. Beautiful nature walks, star gazing on clear nights, warming up by the fire in the evening, plenty of fire wood for the hot tub and just all round an incredible experience for nature lovers. Kids enjoyed the walks but not so much the lack of modern day conveniences. We would definitely return, perhaps for a more romantic excursion without the sound of “what no TV and no WiFi!” 🤣 The fur baby 🐕 loved every minute, he was able to run and play and do as he liked, no lead no worries just one big and happy pooch...just amazing 🥰

    Ysabel2019-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic spot in an idyllic location. We had such a peaceful and relaxing time - slowing down and getting back to nature. The lodge is rustic and ‘off grid’ but more than comfortable. We spent most days lighting fires, walking in the woods, reading, playing cards or lounging in a hammock or the hot tub. We did manage to organise ourselves enough to hire mountain bikes (from Drover Cycles in Hay who delivered to the lodge) and go canoeing on the Wye (Want to Canoe are an absolutely lovely bunch) but other than that we just chilled out in and around the lodge. Perfect.

    Ric2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is an amazing retreat in the woods - it feels like another world. We had a wonderful couple of days here and could easily have stayed longer, walking in the woods, spotting deer and returning to enjoy the hot tub, which was still warm in the morning!

    Jane2019-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful property with character, set in a wonderful spot. Would defiantly recommend for a break away from modern life!

    Katy2019-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Byford, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

    Little Hourstones (named after the adjacent field) is a bespoke and modern A Frame cabin set in a quiet corner of our idyllic organic farm. The interior is light and airy with everything that you might need for a short stay whilst the outside benefits from a fantastic veranda and private hot tub.
    Little Hourstones is just a 5-8 minute walk from the centre of the market town of Kington where you can get all of your essentials: There are at least 8 pubs to choose from as well a supermarkets, cafes, coffee shops and other independents supplying everything from local cheeses to antiques.
  • We had a lovely few days stay - very peaceful & quiet, perfect for a chilled getaway. Fab hot tub! Beautiful location, great distance to town & shops. William was very helpful & quick to respond to any queries we had.

    Rebecca2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • This little lodge is lovely. A great place to get away with horses out your window and chicken on your door step. The lodge is really sweet and also stylish. Hottub is nice and just a great place to spend time with people. Easy to find and plenty big enough for the 3 of us that went!

    Matilda2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely relaxing weekend in the cabin. Will (who actually built the cabin) was on hand all weekend and nothing was too much. The cabin it’s self is gorgeous and very stylish with lots of gorgeous little touches!

    Jemma2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Came Here for a girly get away with my mum and sister. Great place, short walk to local town with great pubs and cafes. Had a kitchen with fridge kettle toaster, and hob. Cabin was lovely and clean, with toiletries and hairdryer. Hot tub under decking was cute, but could only fit 2 comfortably. But still a great feature of cabin. Made friends with the two chickens roaming around, they even left us some eggs. Had tv with fire stick and board game and some books available.

    Verity2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely space, small, but 4 of us close friends had a great, comfortable time. Hot tub is brilliant and cute decor. Thanks!

    Sammo2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Had such an amazing stay, the cabin was very clean and comfortable, there was an amazing hot tub that is built into the ground which was easy access to get into. Perfect location and great company from the animals from the farm. Will highly recommend to anyone looking for a weekend stay. Definitely will be returning.

    Samantha2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was absolutely beautiful! The building itself is so stunning and the inside matches this too - lovely and modern but with a cosy feel - it looks exactly like the pictures but also somehow better at the same time. The chickens that walk around really make the trip even better, they are such characters, and there are some lovely horses in the field next to the cabin also. We had a great surprise, as the hot tub has been upgraded and has now been built into the decking instead - so so nice and the perfect way to spend the evening. The only downside was that we couldn’t find the remote to turn on the beautiful bulb lights that frame the outside of the cabin, so we didn’t get to see these in person. The hosts were super quick to respond if I needed to ask anything. We absolutely loved our stay, it was idyllic and I am so sad it’s over already. Definitely hope to return one day and would recommend to anyone. Thank you!

    Aisling2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my boyfriend had an amazing and relaxing time in the cabin. Everything we needed was there, we even received some products for pancake day which was a really lovely touch! The hot tub was a bonus. The place was very clean. The hosts replied to any questions straight away. Both very happy with our stay.

    Ula2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Nestled in fabulous walking country with attractive towns & villages, superb pubs and tranquil open spaces all within easy distance. The views are glorious, overlooking wooded hills with the Black Mountains beyond. Hay on Wye with its bookshops and literary festival is 8 miles away. Hereford & its cathedral is within 14 miles. A warm welcome awaits couples, solo adventurers, cyclists, walkers, road trippers and anyone who relishes a recuperative rest in a tranquil and friendly place.
    The Summer House is a pleasant 12ftx12ft wooden hut with a 6ftx12ft veranda and decking. There is a bistro table with chairs. The Summer House is situated in my 1/3 of an acre of garden. The garden is slightly overgrown, though purposely left wild in places! Raspberries and blackberries to pick when in season. Inside there is a king size bed, 10.5 tog duvet, four pillows and a spare blanket. All bed linen and sets of towels are provided. There is a table with sets of crockery and cutlery together with kettle, toaster and jars of tea and coffee. Fresh milk and water in bottles. Hanging rail with hangers; two bedside tables with lamps; 1500w Dimplex electric radiator. Two bistro seats, easy chair and cushion. Curtains and carpets. Lock on the door. The loo, wash basin and shower are in the extension to my house. It is for your own use - not shared with me or anyone else. It is 50yds across the garden and down a few steps - so not attached to the Summer House. Sensor lights turn on as you walk and I provide a torch. The sliding door into the extension remains open all night. In the main house's extension, by the shower room, there is a space for your use with a worktable and chair. Mini fridge. Wifi access is strong here, whereas it can be weak in the Summer House itself. This space can be used as a drying room for your wet clothes after a day in the mountains and hills. To the side of the main house is a gated driveway. This is for your own use - I park on the other side of the house, leaving you with free access in and out at all times. There are lockable sheds and garages for cycles and equipment. NB - Wifi is very slow after 5pm at the moment! Then again, perhaps it's nice to get away from such newfangled inventions!
  • A lovely, clean, fresh, friendly place to stay. The heating and bedding was more than adequate to keep warm and cozy. The bathroom facilities are at the main house but completely private and very clean and tidy. The host was wonderful and friendly

    Brian2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Alex was a great host. He was very communicative before and during our stay. He is a very polite gentlemen. Excellent 3 days. We got to know the area a lot better because of him. I would love to visit his cottage again.

    Akgun2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great little summer house. Alex is a great host!

    Oli2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Alex has obviously put a lot of work in making the summer house a comfy, cosy, welcoming place. It was a great stay in all the sense. He’s a great, attentive host. This is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend or a base to explore the area! We’ll certainly be back!

    Azul2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Even in the Winter, the Summer House is a great place to stay. Alex is incredibly welcoming and nothing is too much to ask! A great location to visit both Hereford and Hay-on-Wye.

    Grace2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • If you want somewhere that's quite and sweet with an amazing host then this is the place to go, sweet guest who made a great effort with every aspect to make us feel comfortable, great way to start 2020 with a smile on both our faces. Definitely vist again 🙂

    Jake2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • The place is fantastic. Alex is a great host.

    Juan2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Comfortable garden cottage heated by space heaters. Crossing the bathroom garden available in the main building. Alex was kind and considerate. He allowed us to use his kitchen. He shared his passion for music with us. He made us a great breakfast

    Alessandro2019-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Eardisley, England, United Kingdom

    Hut1 bed
    Sunny Summer House
    Price:$34/night
    143 reviews
    Superhost
    Stonewood Cottage is in a quiet, secluded spot very close to the town’s amenities. It is tricky to locate by postcode only so look at the Directions section! This is walkers' country, with several national trails starting, finishing or passing through the town, Offa’s Dyke Path being one. The river fishing is spectacular on the Wye and the Severn. Kington is a small market town on the Welsh borders and it has several pubs, cafes and takeaways plus a walking shop
    You can park outside the cottage but the access is narrow and rather steep so we advise that you initially park close by (free), call us and we will come to meet you and show you where we are. Details are in the Directions section, available after you book.
    Offa's Dyke Trail comes through Kington which lies between Hay on Wye and Knighton on the route. Hergest Ridge is a half hour walk away from our doorstep. Herefordshire Trail, Glydwr's Way, the Wyche Way, the Mortimer Trail all pass through Kington. Kington Walking Festivals, April 12th to 14th and September 19th to 22nd in 2019 are very popular and well attended events, as are the two Hay-on-Wye literary festivals. We are one minute’s walk from the Oxford Arms which serves food most days. Cloud 9 Spa and pool are available at the Burton Hotel if you fancy a bit of pampering.
  • A gem in the middle of the marches! You will find the best hospitality and comfort here. I felt right at home immediately and slept like a baby. Liz has thought of every little detail making your stay a real treat.

    Joanne2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Always a pleasure to return to Liz’s place. Love coming here especially for the warm hospitality.

    Gurdeep2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect! We couldn’t expect more for this Airbnb! The house is very clean, liz and her husband are welcoming and make you feel confortable. The room is cosy and the bathroom is warm and spacious. I recommend!

    Arthur2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Liz’s place is delightful. Liz goes out of her way to make you feel welcome and happily provides lots of local tips. Liz’s place is sparkling clean and very comfortable. We wouldn’t hesitate to stop there again. Thank you Liz

    Diane2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome as ever. Great to return to Liz's place.

    Gurdeep2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at Liz’s place. Liz met us in the car park around the corner and drove us back to the house. The room is spacious with a huge en suite bathroom, all sparkling clean with lots of nice touches. Liz took the time to speak to us about our day and she knows all about the town and walks in the area. We highly recommend. There are lots of pubs within walking distance and we both had splendid homemade lasagne in the Oxford Arms down the road. They also had a free pool table and darts board, what’s more the locals were friendly and spoke to us and the landlord and staff couldn’t have been better.

    Robert2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome place, it’s lovely to come back to such fine hospitality. Looking forward to the next stay here.

    Gurdeep2020-01-25T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended place to stay. The host is indeed a super host.

    Richard2020-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Green Gables is a spacious 1930’s period house set in large gardens in the picturesque village of Eardisley. This former doctor’s house and surgery has been recently converted into a luxurious holiday home with four double bedrooms. Located at the edge of Eardisley Village, the property benefits from a rural location on a country lane while having easy access in a few minutes walk to a great local pub and local store. Fantastic for walkers, with the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons within easy reach. Hay-on-Wye is only a short fifteen minute drive away, renowned for its festival, books and lovely shops. For the adventurous, in the summer you can enjoy river canoeing on the Wye river as well as many other activities. If you’re getting all the family together or going away with a large group of friends, you want somewhere that has enough space for you all to feel comfortable. Recently renovated to a high standard, this light and airy home has amples of space inside and the large garden is the perfect place for the children to run off steam. Inside, there’s a self-contained bedroom, en-suite, living room and kitchenette on the ground floor, so one couple can enjoy their own separate space. The sitting room has a lovely view over the garden and the rolling Herefordshire countryside beyond, and the wood burning stoves are lovely to snuggle up to. This holiday at a glance Sleeps eight guests. Four double bedrooms, two en-suite, one on ground floor. One family bathroom. Two reception rooms. Wood burning stoves. (wood and kindling provided) Extensive enclosed garden with children’s swings. (See notes) Patio area. WiFi. Parking for three cars. Sorry no dogs. Flexible arrival days. Minimum three night stay. Additional features Electric cooker and oven. Microwave. Washing machine and tumble dryer. American style fridge freezer. Apple TV with Netflix and DVD player. Sonos Soundbar. iPad with heating controls and guest information. Cot and high chair available on request. Garden furniture. Barbecue. Table tennis table. Please note, the trampoline is not for guests’ use. (See notes) Attractions and nearby amenities Eardisley is part of the black and white trail, a circular route lasting 40 miles. Take a drive and look out for all the fine Tudor houses, or just amble through Eardisley village itself – a map by the church points out all the highlights. The sleepy market town of Hay-On-Wye is world famous for its second-hand book shops. The best one is Richard Booth’s, where you’ll find a cinema too. If you’re here in the spring, the Hay-On-Wye Festival is a must for readers of all ages. If you’re a history buff there’s plenty to keep you entertained. The best castles are Goodrich, near Ross-on-Wye, Eastnor, near Ledbury and Ludlow Castle. Hereford cathedral is worth a visit too – make sure to see the Chain library and the Mappa Mundi, one of the first maps of the world. The Welsh border country was made for walkers, with the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons as well as the beautiful River Wye. Walking up Pen-y-Fan is a must in the Brecon Beacons. There are plenty of local walks too. The Herefordshire Trail passes through Eardisley, and there’s also a good walk to the 900-year-old oak tree down the road. Just turn right out of the drive. The River Wye is one of the country’s most beautiful rivers, and the best way to enjoy the scenery is from the river itself. You can hire kayaks and canoes to paddle downstream and be picked up at an agreed spot further on. If you’re looking for a bit more adventure while you’re here, Oaker Wood Leisure is a great place for outdoor activities, with quad bikes, high ropes and more. North of Eardisley, before you come to Kington, you’ll find the Owl Centre. This small breeds farm and bird centre should be a hit with the little ones. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.
  • A big house well equipped with large garden and plenty of parking space. We had a great time

    Linda2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    4

    Eardisley, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

    The cottage at Castleton Barn is a truly special place, recently restored as a distinctive holiday let for up to 4 people. A 17th-century farm cottage at the end of a country lane shared only with the owner's house (adjacent), enjoying restful quiet with a private drive and garden giving on to stunning views of the Brecon Beacons. Located just 3 miles from the book-lover's haven of Hay-on-Wye, famous for its literary festival and easygoing charm, it is the perfect place to escape to.
    The whole cottage has been given a recent renovation, with all new appliances and fittings. Downstairs the cottage comprises a well equipped open plan kitchen/dining/living space, with slate floors and a great wood-burning stove in the comfortable lounge area. Outside is a terrace with views down the garden and across to Hay Bluff. Upstairs are two lovely bedrooms, a generous landing and a shower room. The larger bedroom features a roll top bath with views across the hills, and a king-size cast-iron bed. The smaller bedroom can be set up as a single, a twin, or a double (with two beds pushed together). The shower room has a large shower enclosure with a lovely big old-fashioned rose that gives you a great steaming shower.
    The cottage is at the end of a track in the small community of Priory Wood, Clifford, which sits on a ridge above the Wye river. There are lots of good walking paths near by, including the Wye Valley Walk which passes almost right by us, along which visitors can walk directly to Hay-on-Wye entirely off road! Hay-on-Wye is 3 miles away, and the Offa's Dyke Long Distance Path can be picked up from there.
  • We loved this place. We came for a bit of r&r and downtime, and the cottage perfectly met our requirements. We loved the kitchen, the bath, the wood fire- it was even better than we had hoped for. A very short drive from Hay- on- Wye for pubs, bookshops, cafes and butchers, we couldn’t ask for more. My only advice is whatever you are doing make sure you leave yourself enough time to enjoy the cottage. We didn’t want to leave and already can’t wait to return!

    Carol2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • We loved staying in Pat and Catherine’s relaxing and eco cottage! It was beautifully decorated and spotlessly clean! I will have great memories of drinking wine by the fire and looking at the stunning country views! Though I was a little cold, we had a very relaxed and enjoyable stay! We went for a good walk which was easy to travel to and there were shops, cafes and supermarket near by in Hay-on-Wye! Would definitely recommend this stay and would love to come again!

    Bernadette2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • I stayed with my partner in Pat & Catherine's cottage for two nights in February. Before we arrived, the host's communication was prompt and incredibly helpful, and their directions were great- the cottage was easy to find and check in couldn't have been any smoother. The cottage itself was incredibly cosy- it has a lovely fireplace with plenty of wood provided, a kitchen with everything you would need and a games cupboard with plenty of entertainment. The bed is very comfortable, and the shower is brilliant. As is the bath. The cottage has a lovely garden, and is about ten minutes drive from Hay on Wye and a co-op. We had everything we need and I would definitely recommend it. We would love to come back!

    Thalia2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing!! Loved everything about this gorgeous quirky cottage. Love love!! Can’t wait to return

    Sophie2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful, wonderful place to hunker down through the end of the storm. We had everything we needed to be cosy and super-comfortable. A beautiful and charming cottage in a peaceful but handy location. Would be very happy to return, stay for longer and enjoy the flowers! Thank you.

    Adele2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, lovely hosts!

    Josiah2020-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderfully appointed cottage with amazing views across the valleys, it was perfect for a weekend away. The cottage was sparkling clean with thoughtful touches by Catherine. Very convenient for visiting Hay and a haven of peace to escape back to.

    Clare2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Pat and Catherine's cottage is a very cosy and out of the way. The log burner is very welcome on winter nights. It's very handy for visiting Hay-on-Wye and don't miss trying the cider from Artistraw down the road.

    Steve2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Clifford, England, United Kingdom

    Black and white cottage near Wye Valley and the Black mountains. Near the Welsh border and Hay on Wye. I provide bed and breakfast in this peaceful part of Hereforshire. The village has a shop, post office, hairdresser and two pubs. The village has a number of timber framed black and white houses and is on the black and white trail.
    A very peaceful area. My home is part of a converted tithe barn. The timber frame is 1530 , the beams are like concrete - I do know that as I have scraped most of them. This barn conversion was the first in Herefordshire and the house is spacious. Castle Close is Grade 11 listed
    Quiet and peaceful. I can hear the sheep calling at night. No light pollution so clear starry skies.
  • A lovely warm welcome from Valerie awaits in her spotlessly clean and comfortable home, part of an ancient tithe barn. Excellent value and great location for for Hereford and the Welsh borders.

    Jane2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Good location in a lovely village. Ideal base for exploring the Black & White village trail. Also being close to the Welsh border you can visit Hay-on-Wye and the Elan valley Reservoirs. Nice private bathroom. Lovely bedroom with good beds for a comfortable nights sleep. Valerie is a really nice person who has lots of local knowledge and ideas for places to visit if you need it.

    Peter2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Expect a warm welcome, and a cosy cottage with good amenities, including a space to park. Close to Kington, for a walk across Herges Ridge.

    Julie2019-08-16T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed here after attending a wedding at Whitney Court. Valerie was an excellent hostess and provided flexibility with checking in and out. The location was great and she didn't mind us coming in very late. The beds were very comfy and everything was clean and fresh. She provided a nice breakfast the following morning. Overall, it was excellent value for money and I would highly recommend.

    Mark2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Clean comfortable and with attention to details. Valerie is a superb host. Highly recomended.

    Will2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Just what you need, v clean, good room and space, great shower, great host.

    Adrian2019-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • I have just had the most amazing stay at Valerie's. She is a warm, friendly and welcoming hostess, who's home is comfortable and stylish.

    Claire2019-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • Valerie and her home are both incredible. From the moment you drive up to the beautiful 1500's apartments and see that their is a peacock to greet you. Valerie has the warmest hospitality, her place is spotless and the photos do not do it justice. Beds are comfy, tea and coffee making facilities are in the room and Valerie's stories are mind blowing. 6 stars!!

    Jonathan2019-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Eardisley, England, United Kingdom

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    Orchard views surround The Hive giving you a quiet and peaceful outlook. Newly converted with a fully fitted kitchen and en-suite bathroom. You truly are in a world on your own.
    On its own, secluded and quiet Modern, bright and airy
    It’s pretty much in the middle of nowhere but surrounded by our neighbours. Approximately 5 homes so you feel secure and not isolated Lovely apple orchards for walks Quiet and peaceful
  • The Hive was a great location for our one night stop over. It is a beautiful place and an absolute credit. Will come back again.

    Andrew2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fabulous time at Kerrin’s place. From the communication before our stay right up until check out, everything was exceptional. The space itself was extremely modern and stylish. We especially loved the little touches left for us; bread, a range of different milk/goods in the fridge and flowers! Kerrin is a fab host and we will definitely be back. Thank you! X

    Emily2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Set in the host’s beautiful garden and looking onto an Orchard. A modern and bright place to stay.

    Emma2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful, cosy, clean home equipped with everything you need. So many little touches (such as flowers, milk, chocolates, toiletries etc) to make our stay even better. Kerrin was a great host who offered suggestions on what to do and where to eat as well as being very responsive. We’ll definitely be back!

    Lauren2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A really nice pad! Super comfortable living and sleeping spaces, and a. great shower. It was pleasure to wake up and open the curtains to see an orchard literally feet from the window. The space is private, whilst there is glass all around as you can draw the curtains on any section you like. Great comms, we booked on the day and were welcomed within the hour!

    Geraint2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful little annex in a beautiful location! Lovely and cosy and very homely. The little breakfast bits were a really thoughtful touch too. We will be staying again.

    Polly2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Kerrin’s place is a very cosy, modern and beautiful place! The location is fantastic, with it’s own backyard of bulmers trees and beautiful garden features. Friendly host with nice touches to the home. Breakfast with almond milk was class. Would recommend to stay!

    Sophia2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    England, England, United Kingdom

    The Studio in Priory Wood is a recently converted separate outbuilding next to our home which offers complete privacy and has a spacious, light interior tastefully furnished in a retro style. The Studio is 3 miles outside the beautiful town of Hay on Wye, on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons and famous for its bookshops and annual literature, music and walking festivals as well as a host of charming independent shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, a cinema and weekly farmers market.
    The studio downstairs is open plan, there is a cosy comfortable seating area with smart TV and Wifi. It’s a perfect place to unwind, switch off and catch up on reading a book or two. There is also a dining area and a well equipped kitchen with a range cooker, dishwasher, fridge and microwave where you can rustle up some home cooked goodies with local artisan produce bought in Hay. There are two excellent independent butchers, a greengrocers and a deli which sells locally baked artisan bread. Upstairs is a spacious bedroom with a comfy Kingsize bed with duck feather pillows and duvet complimented with white linen bedding. You can blissfully go to sleep staring at the stars or you can pull the blinds down for peaceful darkness and countryside silence. Beyond the bedroom is a spacious en-suite shower room with a large luxury walk in shower and fluffy towels. You will have total private use of the entire studio and the private outside front lawned garden with its patio table and chairs and driveway with parking for two cars.
    Priory Wood is a quiet rural hamlet 5 minutes from Hay on Wye which sits at the northern edge of the beautiful and dramatic Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park. It offers spectacular walks as well as water activities on the river Wye and cycling down the Golden Valley so it is a perfect location for getting to know this beautiful area. There are lovely walks straight from the property with a myriad of public footpaths across fields and meadows and idyllic country lanes to explore as well. If you prefer less energetic pastimes, you can watch the world go by with a good coffee or perusing the shops in Hay, which offers an eclectic mix of independent artisan food sellers as well as, antique, clothes and of course, the bookshops for which it is internationally famous for and some of the best coffee going, our favourite is The Old electric Shop, an intriguing emporium with quirky furniture, vegetarian food and cakes!
  • We had such a pleasant stay at the cottage. Sharon was very quick to respond and easy to communicate with. It’s very spacious, quiet and relaxing. It had solid wifi and a fully operational kitchen with everything we needed. I would definitely recommend to any potential future guests!

    Chelsea2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Couldn’t have asked for more really, perfect stay for my and my boyfriend. Set in a beautiful location out of the way but not too far from some amazing restaurants and pubs and a small little village. The place was modern and very bright and full of everything you need. Perfect little place to get away and relax.

    Elise2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful spot in the countryside. Lovely decorated flat just 5 minute drive from hay on wye. Host very quick to reply and very helpful.

    Gareth2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • What a beautiful place! Sharon had thought of everything in terms of what we might need. It is furnished to a very high standard and is a very comfortable and cosy place to stay. I had the best sleep as the bed is so comfy with lovely bedding and no traffic waking me up in the morning as I would have at home. Thank you for a lovely stay.

    Jon2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • The only negative thing about this place is the fact that eventually you have to leave. It’s a sparklingly clean, cosy yet bright and spacious place to stay. It’s so thoughtfully and stylishly decorated. We loved it! And the location is superb, a quick drive from Hay-On-Wye but still nestled in a really peaceful rural setting. It’s the best air bnb we’ve been to. Thanks Sharon!

    Grainne2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • A very nice host who take care details and look after what we need. An excellent and cozy place to stay with all we need. 5 mins driving to the town center Hay-on-wye and it is a lovely town to visit. Sharon also got good suggestion for us where to go and we see the fantastic landscape nearby. Sharon is also very sweet to prepare the lanterns handIng on the ceiling because she knows we will spend our Chinese New Year’s there. The first day we arrived was late, Sharon was still there for us and bread and milk were ready for us. Highly recommended!

    Tzu-Chia2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful stay at Sharons place, the location was perfect, just a short drive from Hay-on-Wye. The accommodation was a delight to stay in, so much attention to detail . Thank you for being a wonderful host Sharon x

    Bebe2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Sharon’s cottage is amazing. The space is a beautifully renovated old building, done to a really high standard and very stylish. With a huge living, kitchen and dining space down stairs, and a big double bedroom and generous en-suite upstairs. The kitchen is incredibly well stocked with every implement you could possibly need. The living area is lovely and cosy and has a smart tv. The bed is very comfortable and the bathroom luxurious. The location is perfect, 5 minutes drive from Hay-on-Wye but out in the peaceful countryside with beautiful walks right outside the front door. Sharon was an incredibly accommodating host and left lots of thoughtful touches for us.

    Pippa2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Clifford, England, United Kingdom

    A beautiful semi-detached black & white cottage, parts of the building date back to the late 14th century. Situated on our 300 acre farm rented from The National Trust, farmed with nature in mind. There are lovely walks and an abundance of wildlife & wild flowers. We keep pedigree Dexter cattle, sheep & chickens and Belle the dog. Stunning views across 4 counties, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. A beautifully peaceful place to unwind & get away from the hustle and bustle of life
    Sleeps 4, with 1 king size bed & 2 3/4 size beds. Fully equipped kitchen with cooker, washing machine, microwave and fridge with freezer box. Bathroom with bath and shower. Downstairs toilet. Lovely cosy lounge with 2 large sofa's a TV & DVD player. Exposed beams throughout. Gas central heating & double glazing. Private garden and parking for 2 cars.
    Situated on the Welsh border, close to Hay-on-wye and Kington. Stunning surroundings ideal for walking, cycling, canoeing on the river Wye and exploring the Welsh Marches and Offa's Dyke.
  • Beautiful farm cottage in a well preserved working farm in a stunning location. Lovely hosts.

    Tim2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulous, tucked away quiet location. Quality accommodation full of history.

    Patrice2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Nick and Nicci's cottage was fantastic - it was spotlessly clean and beautifully decorated, with plenty of thoughtful touches. Our little girl loved playing with the two friendly and gentle sheep dogs on the farm and everything in the surrounding countryside was within easy reach. We are looking forward to returning soon.

    Phoebe2019-04-10T00:00:00Z
  • Staying in the cottage was a truly wonderful experience. Nick and Nicci were great hosts. Communication was good and smooth. The cottage itself is full of character, furnished with comfort in mind. Incredibly cosy in December. A home from home with everything you might need. Fully equipped kitchen, lovely towels and bedding. Nice touches such as milk and biscuits provided on arrival. Beautiful views, peaceful and secluded.

    Heather2018-12-09T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at the cottage. It is spotlessly clean, really nicely decorated and we had everything we wanted. Our hosts were really friendly and available if we had needed anything. We will definitely be back again.

    Stephanie2018-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Well, from the moment we arrived, we felt very welcomed by Nicci & Nick. The cottage is just cosy & quaint, a seriously peaceful place to stay away from everyday normal l! Everything we needed was there, plus a delicious bottle of elderflower, with some muffins, not to mention the cute tea set with which to enjoy a nice cuppa tea!! Our boys enjoyed their stay too and loved playing football with Belle the dog! We were recommended The Tram, Eardisley, for an early evening meal, which was spot on. The food was delicious, the staff really friendly & attentive. There were 4 clean plates after our meal, so was a testament to how good it was, with our boys being 6 yrs & 7 yrs old! Go there!! We can't wait to try the beef we bought from Nick & Nicci, from their Dexter cattle. Thank you both very much, I felt refreshed coming home! See you next time we come up!!!!

    Alison2018-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you so much for your kindness and offers of help during our stay! We absolutely loved your cottage and couldn’t recommend it more highly!! We would love to come again!

    Valerie2018-04-29T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic cottage in an absolutely beautiful location we feel so lucky to have found this gem! Gorgeous furnishing to a really high standard and really warm and welcoming hosts. Thank you so much

    Madeleine2018-04-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Situated in the quaint town of Kington and directly on Offa's Dyke path, the cabin is nestled away beneath Castle Hill and sits in a beautiful location alongside Back Brook. Centrally located to all the amazing sites, villages and towns that Herefordshire and the surrounding borders have to offer. You will be able to make the most of your stay whether you are looking for a physical pursuit, historical adventure or you just want a peaceful vacation, this timeless county has it all.
    The cabin is solid wood which is fully insulated with double glazed windows and electric heating. It has a decked balcony with bistro table and chairs. Located in our cottage grounds, overlooking the fruit tree and perennial garden which is met by the gradient of Castle hill & its age old trees, providing a lovely secluded feel. There is a double bed with linen, table and chairs, cabinet and cloakroom. Microwave, Kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery and a clay pot refrigerator are provided. The cabin is lockable & equipped with a smoke alarm, fire extinguisher, Super-fast WiFi & TV. The recently refurbished toilet/shower room is located at the rear of the cottage but is separate with its own entrance and key. It is short walk away with remote control external lighting. Towels and basic toiletries are provided. There is an electric radiator useful for drying wet clothes, towels etc. Kitchen area - There is a new outside (under cover) cooking area with Gas twin hob and grill. Pots, pans and utensils are provided. There is also a small BBQ/ fire Pitt for your use. As the cottage runs along side the brook there is no direct parking, however there a various parking places all within a small walking distance. A map and directions will be provided. There is also a waterfall adjacent to the cottage and a footbridge across the brook to the A44. Please let us know if you need to secure any bikes or any other outdoor equipment as provisions can be made for this. It is also possible to rent mountain bikes and or a Canadian canoe during your visit.
    Herefordshire and the surrounding borders offer attractive town & villages steeped in history, fantastic eateries, pubs, local produce and arts and crafts markets. Hergest Ridge is a short hike away, where you will find amazing views of the black mountains and Welsh Marches. Kington town is a 7 min walk where you will find a walking hub, tourist info, cafe's, pubs, delicatessen, Museum, art gallery and various other shops along the high street. If you are looking for a day trip with a bit more bustle then Hereford and its Cathedral is 20 miles away or for a more quirky day out then Hay on Wye can be found 12 miles away, famous for its bookshops and literary festival. If you love antiques then Leominster is definitely worth a visit. If you are interested in history then there is a local museum and the Hereford black and white tour is extremely popular.
  • Brilliant place to stay! Such a lovely area & the cabin was very well equipped. The hosts had provided lots of information on the area such as walks and places to eat. Would definitely visit again.

    Ella2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great value, very helpful host.

    Tony2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Ben and Gill are extremely thoughtful and helpful hosts. The place was so clean and thoughtfully furnished and decorated even though it is a small cabin 2 people can be very comfortable inside. The check-in was smooth as well as the check-out. Definitely recommend and would love to go back in summer!

    Naz Ekin2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay in a cosy cabin by the riverside. Great hosts full of helpful tips and incredibly accommodating. Cabin has everything you need for a comfortable stay and in a great location for exploring the surrounding area. Walkable to several pubs and restaurants too which is always a bonus!

    John2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Great Little Find. Was very cosy and warm. Has everything you need including Tea and Coffee facilities. Walkable to Kington. Thank you for a great stay.

    Emma2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Very friendly hosts

    Evan Frankie2019-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Really lovely hosts with good communication. We were allowed to use the outdoor fire pit (after asking) so sitting beside it with a cuppa at night was lovely. Great little touches like tea and coffee, fairy lights on the decking etc. I didn't realise how far the bathroom was from the cabin (150yards??) but that is because I misread the detail thats in the profile! Couldn't recommend enough. Thanks for having us!!

    Kate2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Expect peace and tranquility

    Catherine2019-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Hut1 bed
    Rock Cabin
    Price:$43/night
    53 reviews
    Superhost
    This 3 star Quality in Tourism listed self catering house is part of a spacious timber framed former farmhouse in the beautiful North Herefordshire countryside, some of which dates back to the 15th century and near the village of Eardisley, where there is a village shop, church, Post office and pub. There is parking outside.
    There are neighbours on both sides one of whom is one of the owners, Richard Hichens.. I am the other owner, Celia Foote.
    Great Quebb is not far from the Offa’s Dyke footpath and other good walks. There is a golf course near Kington, reputed to be the highest in England. Fly fishing is available with roving tickets and tuition through the Wye and Usk Fishing Foundation Charity. Cycle hire and rowing are available at Hay-on-Wye. The house is approximately 1 mile from Lemore Manor.
  • Great house and location offering everything you need for your stay. House was large and comfortable and would recommend to all

    Alexandra2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Celia's house is a beautiful property, the pictures don't do it justice! Set on the edge of a farm it feels private, without being isolated. The house was spotlessly clean and impressively warm for an old building. Great location for day trips to Hay-on-wye and Ludlow. Thanks for a great stay.

    Charlotte2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Spacious house with excellent amenities, beautiful gardens spotlessly clean, with quirky charm of a 500 year old property, and great host

    Karen2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • If you like historic houses in idyllic locations this is for you. Lovely garden and Tran Inn pub serves good food and has excellent friendly service.

    David2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • The building is a experience in its self. With amazing features and quirky finishes. We made most of the space and the open fire place. A great space to relax in the gardens and maybe have a chat with a goat or two. Highly recommended this place and will be returning.

    Adrian2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay while working in the area , very quiet place , comfy beds , picturesque area ... top marks

    Luke2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • this was a great house to stay in for a couple of days near Hay-on-Wye. It's very characterful and the shared garden is beautiful. WiFi is patchy and only reallt available in the lounge, but that's a nice excuse to switch off. lovely log fire, good shower and everything was clean. would recommend :)

    Rosanna2019-08-14T00:00:00Z
  • very beautiful old farmhouse with beautiful wooden floors and staircase. Comfortable big rooms and very good beds! We recommend for a very peacful retreat. Would have loved to have stayed longer. Thank you so much. Best regards Cecilia

    Cecilia2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    7


    Bedrooms

    3

    Eardisley, United Kingdom

    A peaceful and cosy rural retreat surrounded by woodland, with spectacular views across the Wye Valley, only 10 minutes drive from Hay-on-Wye.
    Access to The Hut is via a 100m walk up a steep field, ensuring that the only visitors will be the resident wildlife (or maybe 1 or 2 of our cats). Hot shower, sink and compost loo are located behind The Hut on the Hill. (In temperatures below freezing we need to turn off the shower and boiler and cover the boiler to protect the pipes as the tin hut is open to the weather - please get in touch with any questions or concerns) For cooking there is a camping gas twin hob and grill (gas supplied) and a fire pit for outdoor cooking or you can cook inside The Hut on top of the cast iron wood burner. A bbq is available but you will need to bring your own charcoal. There is also a small fridge for essentials, toaster and kettle. Fresh eggs from the chickens, ducks and sometimes the geese! For longer stays, during hotter weather, or if requested then an additional full size fridge freezer is available for use near the parking. Firewood and kindling is provided for the really cold nights or guests can use the oil-filled electric heater. Bear in mind that mobile phone signal is very poor... making The Hut on the Hill the perfect place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whatever the time of year we suggest you bring wellies and/or walking boots as it can get muddy when it rains.
    The Hut is surrounded by over 300 acres of common land, starting as woodland and clearing at the top as Merbach Common at only 318m but with a stunning 360 view across the Wye Valley, The Malverns, The Radnor Hills, The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons, all within easy reach with their fantastic walking and mountain biking. Other local activities include canoeing, horse riding and fishing (permits available from the Red Lion pub in nearby Bredwardine) or just sit back and watch the Milky Way light up the very dark skies. Nearer to The Hut, if you stay quiet, you might see deer, badgers and a wide variety of birds (including plenty of owls at night).
  • Amazing quiet retreat with everything you need on site, located pretty much in wonderful ancient woodland.

    Barry2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent little get away. Wonderful views. Stayed toasty even during a frost...seems to be well insulated. Lots of owls and stars. Good walks from the hut meant we were content leaving the van behind. Responisve hosts and exceptional welcome brownie. Would like to visit again.

    Lewis2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • We were surprised as the interior photos didn't do the cabin justice, located pretty much in an amazing ancient woodland with deers, badgers and wildlife surrounding you, super cosy with amazing views and a total quiet retreat. Friendly hosts and will definitely visiting again.

    Barry2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The hut on the hill is a lovely place to be. Quiet, secluded, with amazing views, incredible walking, and all the amenities you could need. It felt like going back to nature with all the luxuries of a hotel. Hannah and Karl have thought of everything you could need. The cabin is clean and stylish without being pretentious. It was also warm in December, but they had extra blankets and hot water bottles!

    Gerard2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my partner spent Christmas in the hut on the hill. What a beautiful place to spend Christmas in the countryside. It has amazing views! We sat in bed on Christmas morning and opened the door to look out at the valley. We enjoyed having the log burner and cooking on it. We went for a walk up the hill which was beautiful and we ate the super tasty brownies you left us at the viewing point. Thank you so much for the fresh bread and eggs and the little flowers as well. The fairy lights were also a nice touch.

    Jade2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spot with fantastic views. A great place to snuggle up in the wet with the fire going, but I imagine equally lovely in drier weather as well. Great amenities, quiet and secluded and fantastic for getting away from it all. If only we hadn’t lost the Rugby WC final it would have been perfect!

    Robert2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning and cosy hut in beautiful location. The hosts have really thought of everything. We’ll be back.

    Charlie2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic time at hannahs place and wished we could have stayed for longer. The views from the hut are amazing and we couldn't have been more comfortable.

    Scott2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Bredwardine, England, United Kingdom

    Hut1 bed
    Hut on the Hill (for two)
    Price:$80/night
    80 reviews
    Superhost
    Newly refurbished 1 bedroom flat in Kington, Herefordshire. A light spacious apartment with kitchen, lounge, porch, bedroom and walk in wet room, as well as private parking. The flat can sleep up to four with one spacious double bedroom and one double sofa bed (full size double). All catering facilities available within the flat, short walk to high street with shops, pubs and places to eat. All you need for a relaxing stay self contained break in the countryside.
    A self contained one bedroom flat. Large open plan kitchen/ lounge with dining area. Double sofa bed in lounge for addition guests.
  • Fantastic, spacious and beautifully clean flat. The photos don’t do it justice. Lovely big wet room with plenty of towels and shampoo etc provided. Comfy bed with plenty of pillows. Hair straighteners and hairdryer were provided in the wardrobe. Plenty of hangers and wardrobe space and plug sockets. The kitchen was well equipped with a coffee machine & pods and plenty of foods for breakfast. The sitting room had a large T.V and a very comfy sofa which can be turned into a bed. There is a separate area to store shoes & coats etc. A lovely stay and well worth the money with many extra touches that exceeded expectations.

    Sophie2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay and we’ll located. Very clean and great hosts.

    Daley2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful apartment and lovely hosts who were so helpful with our last minute booking.

    Jemilla2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great Host. Great place highly recommended

    Sudhir2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • Delia is a fab host Her apartment is spotless and comfortable She provides a wonderful assortment for breakfast Toiletries are provided in the bathroom and huge bath sheets It is lovely accommodation

    Joanne2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Very spacious and great hosts. Plenty of breakfast options provided and bathoom shower gels etc. Recommend!

    Nathalie2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Sparkling clean place. Very well equipped. Handy for town an country

    Alison2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Delia and Milwyn are great hosts. The apartment is on the lower floor of their lovely home. It is exceptionally clean and very comfortable. It is just a short walk from the town centre yet in a quiet residential location. There are very good local independent shops on the High Street as well as supermarkets. There are parks with play facilities for the children close by and easy access to some beautiful walks directly from the apartment. Parking is private immediately outside the apartment. Delia provides breakfast provisions and there is outside drying space as well as indoor airing facilities for rainy days. I would highly recommend Delia's apartment to anyone wanting a comfortable and convenient base for exploring North and West Herefordshire.

    Shirley2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Kington, England, United Kingdom

    Birchfield is situated in the pretty village of Eardisley, 15 minutes’ drive from the famous Hay-on-wye town of books. Built in 2017 incorporating the country styled stone floor, oak furnishes with a modern edge. Beautiful country views from the master bedroom balcony and open plan ground floor bi-fold doors. Walkable distance along the road to the 2 local pubs and shop. 3 minutes’ drive from the popular Lemore venue and 10 minutes from Whitney Court. Close to the market town of Kington.
    The house has 3 spacious double bedrooms upstairs, two with en-suits and one main bathroom. On the ground floor there is one big open room with two sofas, T.V, oak dining table to seat 8 and fully equipped kitchen with wine racks and beer cooler on the island. The house also has a separate living room with a sofa bed (bedroom 4) and pool table. Table tennis and air hockey tables stored in the garage to use outside in the sunshine. There is a special 5th bedroom for your furry friends under the stairs offered by kind permission from home owner Denzil (German Shepherd Dog).
    Eardisley and its surrounding area has parts of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. It is quiet but not too remote or isolated with pubs and a village shop and towns within 10-15 minutes drive away. The Tram Inn pub comes highly recommended for good pub grub and big beer garden (recommend booking in for food). Breakfasts are available in The stand which is a pub / post office / book shop / café! Locally sourced produce can be bought from the village shop or Oakchurch farm shop 10 minutes drive away. A trip to Hay-on-Wye is a must if you have never been. There are many places to eat, walk and shop. Kington up over the hill from Eardisley is on the Offa's Dyke walking path and a well known town for walks. The nearest City Hereford just 25 minutes drive from Birchfield is famous for the Mappa Mundi in its Cathedral.
  • Leanne was really helpful and communicative. Would highly recommend this property

    Andrew2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Everything and more. I am a fussy person, but I have no complaints only praise. We had a friend's reunion and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. Highly recommend Leanne's home. Will definitely go back if she'll have us.

    Nicky2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Spent a relaxing weekend with family at Leanne’s gorgeous home. Perfect open plan living space with everything you need. Would highly recommend to others and would love to revisit in the summer to make use of the BBQ and outdoor space. Leanne is an excellent host and made us feel so welcome with a lovely selection of Valentine’s Day gifts! Due to extreme weather conditions she kept us updated on travel information and even offered for us to stay another night if safer not to travel. Thank you Leanne for a great stay!

    Sian2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic host. Very quick in replying. Amazing property.

    Cori-James2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great host, really responsive and attentive. Beautiful property and location, already considering booking again!

    Paul2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful house on the outskirts of a lovely village. Leanne is a great host and we all had a great Christmas.

    Steve2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • It’s a stunning house, with everything you need. The location has great, rural views. The downstairs open-plan space is ideal for entertaining family, and we loved the pool table and table tennis for keeping teenagers and grandparents busy!

    Vicki2019-12-23T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning place with an incredible kitchen. Perfect for a weekend away with friends and family.

    Sam2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    3

    Eardisley, England, United Kingdom

    A warm welcome awaits you in this 17th century beamed property, conveniently situated on the High Street. We offer spacious, comfortable ensuite accommodation with super king sized extra long (6ft 6") beds which can be transformed into twin beds on request. This room is on the second floor reached by stairs and the bathroom has a bath and shower. Free WiFi and TV.
    Heritage House is a perfect rural retreat for two. This tastefully converted shop with upper floors retains many of its original features. The ground floor is a delightful pizzeria called doughboys which opens all year round. Access to the room is from the rear courtyard. Go through the courtyard to the rear door of the property. Through the door you'll follow the corridor to the staircase. The staircase leads you to the first floor. At the top of the stairs follow the corridor round to the next staircase which will lead you to the secure bedroom door. The double bed is extra long and comfortable. The room is warm and carpeted, with a bedside units, wardrobe, suitcase stand and table with the TV and tea making facilities. There is an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The whole building is well insulated timber clad accommodation with gas central heating. The property sits on Kington High Street just off the centre line of this quaint little market town, where all the necessary day to day shopping can be done. Hergest Ridge where the Offa's Dyke Foot Path runs is nearby. Hergest Croft Gardens are with in walking distance and its great to wander around and see the Rhododendrons and Azaleas flowering in the Spring and admire the changing colours during the seasons. The Small Breeds Owl and Farm Park is nearby and is one of the county’s top attractions. Hergest Croft Gardens in Kington must be visited. The Black and White villages of Herefordshire are a few minutes drive away. Hereford, Hay on Wye and Ludlow are all within a half hour’s drive away. Golf: Kington boasts the highest golf course in England. Walking. Kington sits on the Offa’s Dyke trail and there is also a network of well waymarked footpaths. The walking festival takes place in September every year. Dining: Apart from the good facilities in Kington itself, there are many top dining pubs within a few miles of the town, including the Michelin star rated Stagg Inn at Titley.
  • Tina went out of her way and provided us with exceptional hospitality for our stay in Kington! Loveliest woman and it was a pleasure to stay in this room! Tina informed us of all the local amenities and things to do. All in all an amazing stay and could recommend more!!

    Kaitlynn2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect nights stay and ideal as a base to go out and explore the surrounding areas. Comfiest bed I’ve ever stayed in! They provide everything you need and the Netflix account is a welcome addition. Also brilliant that we could bring our dog with us. Unfortunately Storm Dennis hit during our stay and the hosts were brilliant, even offering us to stay for a few hours longer to avoid us travelling back in unsafe conditions. The pizza place downstairs is incredible and well worth a visit so thank you for the recommendation. We will definitely be back!

    Kirsty2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Really cosy stay, super convenient for exploring the town and for takeaways and restaurants. Excellent place to use as a base camp for hill walks. Fantastic that it’s dog friendly too.

    Sam2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, nice and clean, and very comfortable

    John Henry2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • A+++++

    Annabel2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Townhouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Hereford, England, United Kingdom

    This beautifully modernised and refurbished self-contained guest suite with stunning views is part of the Farmhouse but with your own parking, entrance and facilities you can enjoy privacy but also freedom to explore the 42 acres of pasture and woodland that make up this small mixed livestock farm situated just a mile from Kington.
    The School Room from our home educating days has been converted to create a beautiful living space comprising a lounge area with a King size sofabed, tv & dvd player (with various dvds), a dining space and kitchenette. The latter has a sink with drainer racks in the overhead cabinet, fridge, microwave, single induction hob, kettle and toaster with warming rack. The oak staircase beautifully designed to complement the solid oak flooring gives access to the superb bathroom and the bedroom where a super king memory foam bed ensures a restful night.
    Kingswood is a small rural village with farms and smallholdings in addition to the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre which is well worth a visit.
  • A perfect little getaway. Clean, charming and cosy. Exceptional bed, lovely shower, warming wood burner and comfortable sofa. Great spot and Laila is a wonderful host. Highly recommend!

    D J2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great for a peaceful retreat, recharging batteries and the rare experience of staying on a working farm, The Schoolroom is a little gem.

    Anne2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • A very comfortable and fairly remote place with a spacious downstairs lounge & kitchen area with wood burner to enhance the central heating. Upstairs also very comfortable. Quite close to the Brecons but Hergest Ridge is also worth walking over. Great stay, highly recommended. Laila was a great host & very helpful.

    John2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place for a relaxing break! Comfy, warm and clean! Great bed and shower. Nice to see the cows and the views, too :) Laila was communicative and helpful.

    Katie2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • if you want somewhere to stay in Herefordshire which is not too large but very clean and affordable this is the place to stay

    Peter2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean cosy and an extremely comfortable bed!

    Connie2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • The School Room is a fantastic find. Immaculately clean, literally 2 mins drive out of Kington yet completely in the countryside- stunning. For the first time ever I saw the stars in a ‘dark’ sky, stupendous. Bed is huge and very comfortable. Laila provided everything you need from breakfast things, tea and coffee, bathroom items, clear instructions for things like the fire and hob and local tips. I wouldn’t hesitate to book again, it was brilliant.

    Hilary2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • A lovey secluded quiet location. Clean, comfortable and with milk, bread and cereal provided. I particularly liked the shower. and when I was there there was a beautiful horse in the field next door, who was always happy to say hello.

    Dominic2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Kington, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

    Montgomery's Coach House, as the name suggests, is a converted former Coach House. It is pet friendly and sleeps up to 4 people in 2 spacious bedrooms that can be set up as super king doubles or twins. We offer high quality, self-catering accommodation in a relaxed, rural setting. Whitney on Wye is a small village, just over 4 miles from the famous literary town of Hay on Wye and 15 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford.
    Montgomery’s Coach House was converted to a high standard, using only local craftsmen and retaining its original character wherever possible. The interior is a mix of original stone, old brick and new oak. The property is within the grounds of The Agent's House, built at the turn of the 20th century for the land agent of nearby Whitney Court. Today it is a fully equipped, self-catering cottage. The owners, who live in the main house, are on hand in case assistance is required, but will otherwise leave you in peace to enjoy your stay after settling you in and helping with any questions you may have. Inside, a flagstone hallway with bespoke oak staircase opens into the main living room; the open plan arrangement downstairs is perfect for modern day living. A BluRay DVD player links to the TV, which also connects to WiFi if you have an online movies subscription, etc. The seating and dining area leads through to the fully fitted kitchen which includes microwave, dishwasher and washing machine/dryer. All crockery, glasses, saucepans and a wide range of utensils are included. Basic supplies of tea, coffee and sugar are provided, as well as dishwasher tablets, tea towels, etc. There is under floor heating throughout the downstairs, with the addition of a wood burner to ensure a cosy stay at any time of year. An initial supply of logs is provided; extra supplies can be purchased locally. The staircase from the lobby leads upstairs to two large bedrooms and a shower room. Both bedrooms have superking beds that can be made up as twins on request. High quality, hypo-allergenic bedding and towels are included. Both bedrooms are equipped with flat screen TV's with integrated DVD players, hair dryers and hot water bottles. Subject to availability, it may also be possible to provide a travel cot and/or high chair on request - please ask. A stair gate and fire guard are permanently in the property. Outside there is a private deck and ample parking for several cars on a gated drive. Guests with dogs also have use of a gated, fenced grass area. Policy guidelines, based on the size of the property, are two dogs but it depends on size, etc., so please ask if you wish to bring more. Set in the peaceful location of Whitney-on-Wye, the Coach House is just over 4 miles from the literary town of Hay on Wye. If you are not feeling energetic, there are lovely walks from the door and the property is within a few minute's walk of a local pub (providing lovely home cooked food), a general store & family run farm shop with cafe. At the same time, we are within easy driving distance of the Black Mountains & Brecon Beacons National Park, as well as a number of major walking trails. The nearby pub is also a stop-off for canoeing on the River Wye. We could go on!
    Whitney on Wye is a small village, but is fortunate to be served by a thriving pub with beautiful river views from the restaurant and outside terrace. It also benefits from a food hall with cafe and a petrol station/general stores.
  • Nice comfy place to stay

    Charlotte2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • I'd love to start with, when can we move in? 😊 Steve and Alison are wonderful hosts. They done a magnificent job on transforming Montgomery coach house. They've put such thought and detail into everything starting from the welcome pack down to doggies bowls. The shower was heavenly and the bed provided a fantastic nights sleep. Under floor heating throughout down stairs was some kind of luxury for us considering we haven't got it at home. Pub is 2 mins walk. Food nice in there and pet friendly. I would 110% stay here again if in the area. Also I'd highly recommend. Thanks again Steve and Alison

    Kirsty2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • If your looking for a cosy retreat, surrounded by outstanding countryside and within easy reach of Hay on Wye then this is for you. The cottage has been renovated to the very highest standard, but still has all of the required ‘mod cons’ - the underfloor heating and wood burner were a real treat to come back to following a day in the fresh air - we would certainly recommend this cottage to anyone wanting to explore the Wye Valley :-)

    Gavin2019-12-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a really good time staying, the dog friendly aspect was a really major selling point for us with two large dogs Allison was so accommodating. The cottage was so secure for them we were able to let them out and relax. The cottage has literally everything you need for a totally relaxing stay, so many good touches like underfloor heating and silly things like having washing up liquid! Just saves the faff of bringing everything on holidays. The boys loved the rooms, beds were so comfy and the bedding was beautifully fresh and smelt lovely and the ability to control the temperature in the rooms was great. The shower was always hot and powerful which after a long dog walk day was perfect. The local pubs serves good pub grub, very friendly and big portions. I could keep going, but to sum up everything the other reviewers say, well thought out and beautiful cottage with lovely hosts.

    Claire2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic find. A stunning example of a restoration project with no expense spared. We used as a base for a Motorcycle Weekend touring Wales. Great welcome by hosts and a nice welcome hamper with some useful essentials. Pub a few mins walk away which did decent pub grub. Petrol station with small store also a few mins away. We did not try the cafe or Yakmobile. (Thai food), so maybe next time. Beds were so comfortable which were welcome after a long (wet) day on the bike. Don’t hesitate to book. You won’t be disappointed.

    Andy2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • A very nicely laid out property with good amenities and very secure garden for the dogs. Clean and tidy and Chris and Alison could not have been more welcoming.

    Paul2019-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place that caters to every need. Amazing hosts who gave us the right in formation to attend the Royal Welsh Show. Amazing Boat Inn who serve cold beers and good food. Amazing location so we could ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway and explore Hay-on-Wye. Recommended without any qualms at all. Thank you for an amazing stay!

    Greg2019-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great hosts, lovely accommodation, ideally located for Hay and the Brecon Beacons.

    Lynne2019-04-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Mount Pleasant is set amidst 40 acres of pasture and woodland and was fully refurbished 10 years ago. It has been our family's home since we 'escaped to the countryside' in 2006. Instead of being an empty nest the opportunity now presents to share this idyllic location with people travelling for work or pleasure.
    Guests will have the privacy of the largest bedroom in the property overlooking the front garden, pasture & woodland beyond and next to the bathroom shared with the host when at home. The bedroom features a king size bed, small sofa bed, chairs, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. This provides guests with the option of meals in the privacy of their room, however, you are more than welcome to make yourselves at home in the kitchen or any of the other shared spaces for that matter. Supplies are provided for a continental breakfast, however, the shared kitchen with all the usual appliances is available if you wish to prepare any cooked meals. The fridge & cupboards are reasonably well stocked and guests are welcome to help themselves with alcohol being the only exception. If you fancy a drink I do ask that guests place an appropriate contribution into the honesty pot on the bench in the entrance hallway. Being the host's home it may not be sparkling clean and rooms not photographed will definitely be less than tidy but all that guests are expected to do is respect the space and leave it as they find it.
    The small market town of Kington with its many shops, pubs and cafes is just over a mile from the farm. The Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre is just a few 100m up the road. Offas Dyke & Hergest Ridge are perfect for walkers. The Black & White Trail takes you through the very picturesque villages around us. Half an hours drive gets you to Hay on Wye for the literary minded or canoe enthusiasts, Elan Valley's idyllic reservoirs, Historic Hereford with its cider museum & Mappa Mundi or Leominster for its numerous antique shops.
  • Laila's house is wonderful and Laila is an amazing friendly host. The outlook from the room was beautiful - the house is surrounded by fields but just a couple of minutes from the middle of Kington. Everything was sparkling clean and well signposted and labelled. Breakfast was available in our room, but we were equally welcome to take it in the kitchen which we did. Thanks, Laila.

    Susan2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Spectacular

    Jake2019-11-06T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful, comfortable home in the countryside! We loved our stay here! The entire house was open to us and the host was very communicative if we had any questions even though we didn’t get the chance to meet her!! Her property is lovely and the sweetest horse is in the pasture nearby!

    Jessy2019-10-17T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely venue. Rural quiet. Good views and local walks on attached land. Close to pretty little town. Comfy mattress and pillows. Very recommended.

    Stephen2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • The house is very good, the room is large and warm, the bed is super comfortable, and we quickly enter a sweet dream. The landlord is super friendly and very talkative, and we chat very happily. There is also a lovely horse outside the house, very gentle. If you are traveling with us as well, it is highly recommended here. If you are not disappointed, there will be unexpected surprises.

    海韬2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful and very clean country house made for a really welcoming and comfortable stay with great hospitality, would definitely go back.

    Will2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Laila was very responsive and helpful throughout the process.

    Lauren2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Laila has a wonderful and spacious house with great green credentials . Very quiet and rustic surroundings. We chatted over many interesting subjects and enjoyed her warm and engaging personality. Leila even drove us onto town and back to Hay to the start of our walk the next day. Will def stay again....

    John2019-09-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Kington, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

    The original house was built in the 1712 as a small cottage however only the fireplace and some stone walls remain. The house has been added to over the years mostly using reclaimed oak. There are about 5 acres of grounds consisting of gardens, fields, wood, ponds and streams. The river Arrow borders our fields with a weir a short distance away on a public footpath. April to October is a good time for wildfowl with swans, canada geese, mallards, herons and coots joining our resident moorhens.
    The two double bedrooms are situated in their own distinct area of the house with their own staircase, bathroom and landing/sitting area. Bedroom 1 & 2 are adjacent to one another and share a bathroom. This area can be used by families with the option of putting a additional single bed in the sitting area. If a couple book the room then it would be for sole use. Bedroom 3 has a bathroom with a bath and access to a shower room downstairs if required. Guests have access to the gardens and ponds. Continental breakfast can be taken in the dining room . Guests can use the kitchen to prepare beverages. During Summer months there is access to seating outside including a Summer House by the ponds.
    Pembridge, on the Black and White Village trail is the nearest town and about 3 miles away. It has a couple of pubs, restaurant, two tearooms, a farm shop and art gallery. Kington is about 5 miles away and is a larger town with facilities such as cash machines, petrol garage, supermarkets, individual shops , tourist information, pubs and restaurants. It is also a walking hub with access to various walking trails such as Offas Dyke, Mortimer, Herefordshire and the Arrow Valley walk. Hay on Wye, Ludlow and the Brecon Beacons are not too far away. Their are plenty of local pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages. Their are a number of National Trust and other privately owned Stately Homes and gardens in the area. The Herefordshire Powys border meanders in and out and the nearest to Welsh town Prestigne is about 5 miles away.
    Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Staunton on Arrow, England, United Kingdom

    Our First Floor Apartment is set in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside overlooking the stunning Black Mountains. A well lit modern apartment boasts a contemporary wood burner for those romantic get a way evenings or enjoy on a cold winters evening. Sit back & relax in our fully furnished accommodation sat by the fire overlooking the stunning scenery. A peaceful setting with views of Pen y Fan / The Black Mountains.
    A private yard allows you to park your car securely at no additional cost. The apartment is fully furnished, with a private front entrance leading to the stairs. A modern corner suite, swivel circular chair & 65” smart T.V. With plenty of DVDs for the whole family updated regularly. greats you as you enter the open plan kitchen / lounge area. The Kitchen offers a breakfast bar with 4 chairs, Washing Machine, Kettle, Microwave, toaster,Fridge Freezer, & Oven. Also books for Adults. The lounge area welcomes a stunning Heta wood burning stove & T.V. with free view Free WI-FI access is available all year round. The first bedroom has 2 single beds & built in closet, With books for children, toys for the little ones and also board games. The master bedroom boasts a Super King Size bed with a huge storage closet for visit with a en-suite with toilet, bath, cabinet & fully fitted shower ( you can only access this though the bedroom and this is the only toilet and bathroom) Travel cot is available upon request. Outside space ... Garden with BBQ Table and Chairs on the patio! Play shed for the little ones and outside toys! plenty of room to kick a football around on the lawn (Please note the garden is not attached to the property) Please note, no pets during your visit.
    Set in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside your local amenities are never to far away. The historic villages of Weobley, Kington, & Ludlow are well worth a visit too. Recommendation - be sure to visit the stunning Michelin Starred Stag at Titley, a relaxed dining pub with rooms and a bar on the Welsh border in Herefordshire. Things to see and do: For more information on walking or cycling  in the area see Herefordshire Council's helpful website. Visitors that enjoy the slower pace of life will enjoy a potter around the towns of Ludlow and Hay on Wye, home of course to the Hay Festival, both around 35 mins away. You will find information on our marvellous local churches, The Black and White Trail, The Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral and the many open gardens.   This year there is a Gardens in the Wild festival in and around Titley. Kington has England's highest golf course and Hergest Croft Gardens. Presteigne is the first town in Wales and is home to the fantastic small museum The Judges Lodgings as well as an international music festival in August, just outside is Bryan's Ground. The dams of Elan Valley make a super day trip. Leominster is a small market town chock full of antique and bric a brac shops. Visit Breweries, Chase Distillery, Monkland Cheese and cider makers and museums, Oakchurch farm shop and markets.
  • Very nice loft. All amenities you could wish for, including a log burner. Perfect place to relax

    Sabine2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • We couldn’t have chosen a better place to spend a romantic weekend. This beautiful loft apartment has been created with their guests in mind, be it a family or a couple. We arrived to a wonderfully warm log burner, a box of ferrero rochers and we immediately started to relax in our wonderful surroundings. We are so appreciative of Alice and her partner for making this stay one that we shall remember always. It was a brilliant place to stay during the stormy weekend. We can honestly say that this is THE best Airbnb we’ve ever booked and we shall be back in the future with our little ones soon ;)

    Shannon2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A return visit which must endorse the property. The same efficiency and communication skills from Alice, super efficient. Most of that you are likely to need is available to you and importantly it is warm, especially with the superb log burner. Thank you Alice.

    Mark2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great stylish space! Great personal touch with chocolates for my birthday weekend away. We definitely recommend and will be back again!

    Carley2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • What a great place to stay! Short commute into Hereford and a lovely quiet place to stay. Alice even lit the fire for me on arrival. If you need some where to stay this is the place! Thanks 😊

    Paul2020-01-29T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely outstanding! Can not recommend enough will definitely be staying again! The loft is stunning and spotless. Probably my best stay so far!

    Chris2020-01-09T00:00:00Z
  • Only marked this as ‘as we expected’ rather than exceeded expectations because it clearly was always going to be an amazing place to stay. It’s wonderful. We want to thank you for the little touches such as the lit fire when we arrived and the chocolates. The flat is every bit as lovely as it appears in the photographs and served as a welcome retreat for us over our weekend there. Magnificent, comfortable bed in main room, lovely views, great fire - the space have such a lot to us. We would recommend this accommodation wholehearted to others. (But be aware of the height of the beams. Tall Tim has a rather bad knock ten minutes before we left!)

    Heidi2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place in an idyllic location, easy to find, very well equipped and exactly as described. Would definitely recommend and look forward to another visit.

    Beth2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Loft


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Yazor, England, United Kingdom

    In beautiful, unspoilt Herefordshire Upper Newton Barn has views of the Welsh Mountains and is just 10 miles from Hay on Way, the famous centre for second hand books and home to the Literary Festival. For people who want to escape and relax!
    Upper Newton Barn has been sympathetically converted with amazing light flooding into the open space. Relax in front of the woodburner whilst gazing out to the Welsh Mountains and enjoy the comfort of underfloor heating, a well equipped kitchen and some fabulous traditional board games to enjoy with a glass of wine late into the evening after an exerting day exploring Offa's Dyke. The barn has two bedrooms. You will see in the photo that there are two staircases. One staircase leads to the smaller of the two rooms with a shower room adjoining. Up the second staircase is the master room where there is a free-standing bath and basin. Light floods in from the gable end window and this is allowed to fill the whole barn and give you a real sense of space. Bed is an important place in my book and I adore gazing out of the window feeling utterly comfortable in crisp white cotton bed linen, a goose down duvet and pillow on a Vi-Spring bed! Despite being inside you feel remarkably close to all that goes on outside and no doubt the chickens will come trooping past the doors eating anything and everything that make their eggs exceptional and breakfast a feast to remember with their deep yellow yolks that taste like no other. If you would like to buy half a dozen they are £1.20.
    Herefordshire is still a forgotten gem for so much of the year. Come May/June it is home to the Hay Literary Festival but outside of that time you really can escape from the fast track and just relax. Upper Newton Barn is some way from a main road so your wake up call will perhaps be Sylvester the cockerel or on a Sunday Kinnersley Church bells. KIngton is just a few miles away and from here you can get up to Hergest Ridge or visit Hergest Gardens. Bryan's Ground in Presteigne is open seasonally and is really worth a visit if you enjoy gardens. There's information in the barn to help you find the best places to eat in the area or else just ask.
  • Spacious and yet cosy warm place. Perfect as a base for exploring the area and then putting your feet up by the fire. Thanks Katie!

    Sarah2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great space and a lovely garden - spent much of our days out there. Friendly host with 2 gentle dogs and a few chickens wandering about. Facilities all great, including decent WiFi. Thanks for a great break!

    Nicholas2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Katie’s mum Ann was there to welcome us and everything was very easy. We had a wonderfully relaxed stay. The garden was peaceful and lush and watching the chickens saunter around the garden was absorbing. The barn was full of light and had everything we needed for a fantastic few days. Katie is a lovely host.

    Victoria2019-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful place to stay, communicating with the host was easy and there was everything you could want for a relaxing quiet getaway from the everyday hustle and bustle of daily life.

    Sarah2019-06-27T00:00:00Z
  • Katie’s barn is lovely - homely, comfortable and a real retreat. The area is beautiful and so quiet and peaceful.

    Sarah2019-05-30T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely charming cottage surrounded by apple orchards, with a lovely garden and very comfortably furnished.

    Kathy2019-05-26T00:00:00Z
  • A superb cottage, filled with charm, and in a peaceful location. From start to finish this was the perfect stay! Katie was a fabulous host and made our stay very comfortable. The gardens are stunning and we loved the layout of the cottage. We only wished we could stay a lot longer! It was also perfect for a toddler as the garden, and specifically the chickens, provided great entertainment! Thank you.

    Faye2018-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is the second time we have stayed in this lovely cottage and once again we were very impressed with it. Great location in a very quiet area, really clean and well presented cottage and a really accommodating host. Perfect for a weekend getaway or even longer. There is plenty to do in the area too, check out Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre if you get a chance! I'd recommend this place to anyone looking to get away from the city!

    Chris2018-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Kinnersley, United Kingdom

    Recently renovated cottage, now a stunning home in the pretty black and white village of Eardisley. Hay-on-Wye (town of books) also famous for Hay Festival is a short distance away. Great for the outdoors: walking/cycling in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, canoeing on the river wye are all within easy reach. Close to Kington (with the highest golf course in England) and the venues of Lemore Manor & Whitney Court. 15 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford.
    The whole house is yours with a lovely big garden. An airy spacious kitchen with folding French doors opening out into the garden. The kitchen leads to the living room where you can curl up on the sofas and relax in front of the log burner or perhaps a good read of your book in an armchair. Stairs lead up to an open landing with access to the 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a king bed and en-suite shower room with wc. Bedroom 2 can either be made up as a Superking or Twin beds. Bedroom 3 is a single bed. There is also a family bathroom with bath, shower and wc. Separate wc on ground floor too. Parking behind the cottage if you prefer. Gate can be locked so you can leave bikes in the garden.
    Many places to visit nearby from National Trust, English heritage, walks, mountains, rivers, waterfalls. You can find it all here in the Herefordshire and Welsh border countryside. Plenty of great places to eat from excellent restaurants to good pub grub are all not far away. The village has a shop, post office & coffee shop.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Eardisley, England, United Kingdom

    Vintage Railway carriage, renovated to a very high standard. Step back in time and enjoy this delightful holiday home nestling in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, with lovely views towards the Black Mountains. Private and secluded yet within easy reach of the historic City of Hereford, the "town of books" Hay-on-Wye and the interesting towns of Leominster, Kington & Ross. Quiet & peaceful country retreat an ideal base for outdoor pursuits.
    One off restoration of Victorian railway carriage but with modern facilities & garden space
  • What an amazing place to stay. It's our second time here. The fire has to be the best feature. You will not be disappointed. The cider, apple juice & flapjacks were a lovely touch.

    Kate2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • A beautifully converted carriage with many original features. Good location for exploring the area and ideal for train enthusiasts! Lovely peaceful spot, highly recommended on every level.

    Karen2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • First of all I have to say that the reviews I read before going have all been spot on: All the modern comforts you need coupled with a truly memorable vintage, nostalgia experience whether you are a train enthusiast or not! Really comfy double bed, bunks whilst comfy only suited to children and short people (fine for me at 5’4”). Conveniently located for Hay, Hereford and cute nearby small breeds farm etc. Yummy cider and juice from ‘ across the field’ on arrival. Go for it!

    Sarah2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • Steve was a wonderful host - he has done a great job renovating the train/carriages, making it a very special place to stay for kids and adults. The outside area is also great to enjoy the sun and delicious cider that Steve makes... all in all, a great stay that I would greatly recommend to anyone looking for a different yet special place to stay in Herefordshire

    Alex2019-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • A unique holiday stay our little boy loved

    Gill2019-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely loved our short stay in this wonderfully restored railway carriage. It was a quirky, fun, beautifully situated and peaceful place to stay. Steve was a great host - flapjacks, cider and milk on arrival most appreciated - fresh flowers on the table. Little touches that make you feel welcome. We will definitely be recommending! Thank you

    Beverley2019-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • This place is a gem. I know Herefordshire pretty well having grown up there and been back many many times in recent years, but I had no idea the carriage was there. It hasn't been implanted from somewhere else either- it's from up the road at Eardisley station and has sat on its present site since they closed the Cambrian Railway in the 1920s and been lived in for much of that time. So it's a real slice of local history as well. The space is deceptively big- very big really. A very comfy double room, plenty of sitting and living space in the main carriage, a nice little "sleeper compartment" with two bunks on the way to the bathroom (hot hot water and good pressure in the shower), and a perfectly-sized kitchen built onto the side where you can easily make breakfast, lunch and dinner for a small family. It's also a lovely space to sit on the slatted benches by candlelight. Would lovely to have given the big open fire a go, but not at the tail-end of a heatwave! The décor is cosy with lots of period/original and railway touches, but never fussy/frilly, which for us was perfect. There are also places to sit and eat outside, with tall busy hedges, sheep in the fields, hills in the distance and everything else you get in this magic corner of the country. Steve is a laid-back and very responsive host who was great to chat to. He also leaves cider in the fridge and makes a mean flapjack, or knows someone who does! Location is great for the Welsh Marches, Black Mountains/Brecons, Wye Valley, Golden Valley, and all the quiet lovely lanes of Herefordshire. Will be back!

    Stephen2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a truly wonderful time staying at Steve's beautiful train carriage. The space is perfect for a short break and our kids adored the bunk beds and playing trains all day! The facilities were so well thought out for a little space, with comfy beds, a well laid out kitchen and bathroom and cosy places to sit. Thanks also for the flapjack, cider and juice and all the advice on the local area and history of the train carriage Steve! We hope to return again soon.

    Kirsty2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Other


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Newly renovated, this lovely 2 bedroom cottage is located on the beautiful Whitney Estate, 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye and a 30-minute drive to Brecon Beacon National Park. A short walk away, the village of Whitney-on-Wye offers a riverside pub, canoeing and gourmet shop/café. Walking paths weave through the property and are easily accessible. In addition to numerous area activities including hiking and canoeing, the estate offers salmon fishing beats which are available for guests.
    The cottage offers 2 bedrooms and can sleep four people. The super king bedroom can also be configured with 2 single beds.
    In addition to being known for its numerous booksellers and a world renowned literary festival, the nearby market town of Hay features many cafes and fine dining establishments as well shopping in a wide range of boutiques and antique stores .
  • A lovely clean cosy cottage with great views and lots of walking from the front door we will definitely be back !

    Libby2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is truly wonderful, very clean, well presented and has all the amenities needed. The area is calm and picturesque, exactly what you need when you're dealing with the hustle and bustle of city life. Annie was wonderful with guidance and advice. If you're looking for a countryside getaway, look no further!!

    Robert2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • I visited Maureens house with my daughter who is 9 and it was wonderful . There is a housekeeper down the road and she is the most helpful , kind lady called annie . Anything you need she is there . The house is up a hill with wonderful views , you can take a lovely walk around the area (pack your wellies ) The house has everything you may need , the kitchen is well equipped (we ate in every night ) as the house is so cosy and warm . The beds were very very comfy and the house was sparkly clean. Maureen has provided games to play like scrabble and there is a log burner with all the wood and paper you may need . We drove to hay on wye which is over the bridge at the bottom of the road and about a 10 Minute drive , here we had a nice lunch at oscars and a mooch around the shops . (You need a pound to go over the bridge ). The lady in the cottage next door had some pony’s and was very kind and fun . I really appreciated the little touches like some fresh flowers and some nice tea bags . The house feels home from home and is a calm space with nice aesthetic . Our stay here was so nice we didn’t want to come home , and we will defiantly be back . Thankyou annie and Maureen for sharing :)

    Katie2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • A gorgeous cottage - the perfect hideaway from the world. Beautiful and thoughtful interior design and little touches. Would thoroughly recommend staying here and we hope to do so again.

    Anna-Louise2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic cottage! Beautiful position up a hill from the Wye with lovely views from both bedrooms. The cottage is spacious and tastefully decorated with all you could need. A very well thought out rental indeed. Plenty of big fluffy towels and robes too. Great hosting with exemplary communication throughout. We loved it and will return!

    James2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • What a perfect place to get away to, a great quiet location but so close to amenities and things to do! The cottage is beautifully decorated, very comfortable, spacious and clean. Has everything you need (especially loved the bathrobes!), a true home away from home. My only regret is that we should have stayed longer than a weekend!

    Jessica2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • We had the most wonderful stay at the cottage. The hospitality was so friendly when we first arrived, and the cottage was so welcoming immaculate and charming. There was everything you would need and all done to such a high standard and having a log burner was a complete bonus. We all loved staying there, so relaxing. Thank you Maureen

    Kim2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, great area. We really enjoyed it!

    Wendy2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    Entire cottage2 beds
    The Cottage
    Price:$123/night
    29 reviews
    Superhost
    The cottage is adjacent to our house in the quiet village of Bredwardine. We are in an excellent position for site seeing, walking and cycling, our local hotel is well known for salmon and course fishing along with good food there's also a number of country inns who serve food within a 10 minute drive for those who prefer not to cook. The county town of Hereford is approximately 12 miles and the famous town of books Hay on Wye is 8 miles.
    We have a large lounge and bedroom and have a cot, travel cot and high chair if you have a baby or small child. Sit having breakfast whilst watching our pet ducks or the wild pheasants strolling past the window. There is a woodburner in the lounge but not for guests use.
    We are in a very peaceful spot looking out across the Wye Valley. There are a number of footpaths going out across the fields adjacent to our cottage and the river Wye is only about 7 minutes walk away. The village church of St Andrews is known for the vicar and diarist Kilvert who lived here for the last two years of his life.
  • Pat and her husband have a lovely home in a lovely area which is ideal for getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Super spacious and very clean, was a great little holiday in the countryside. Would definitely recommend!

    Angela2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Such a warm welcome and nice touches, fantastic host. I would recommend this cottage, will visit again!

    David2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was a perfect place for us to spend a long weekend out of London, right in the middle of one my favourite areas from my days growing up in Herefordshire. The countryside around Bredwardine in summer time just cannot be beaten, and Pat's lovely cottage and garden are like a private slice of it, with vines, pear and apple trees, roses, the woods and fields around the house, and the ducks on the lawn! For us and out 16-month old, the big living room and the garden were great, the bedroom was plenty big enough (and there's a lovely crib and mattress for very young ones), and with a few minutes' walk you can be at the top of the hill looking over Herefordshire or out towards the Golden Valley and Wales, or you can be at the bottom of the hill having a pint or walk through orchards by the church down to the river for a paddle. If you want country comfort with all the luxury frills, and if you want a bath, or if you want somewhere completely risk-free for a toddler, this may not be everything you want; but if you want a generous and comfortable space with all the conveniences you really need, from which to explore a glorious part of the country (and the one next door), then this is a great spot and fantastic value, with hosts who can't do enough to make you welcome. Thanks!

    Stephen2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Very lovely place and location, lots of space in lounge and bedroom, fantastic balcony, lush garden, very accommodating host. Looking forw7to returning soon.

    Paul2019-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • What an amazing place! We were looking for a place to disconnect from the busy life and Patricia’s place was just perfect for us. The location of the place is brilliant, providing spectacular surroundings and beautiful nature. The cottage itself was sparkling clean and very spacious. The thing that deserves a special mention is the garden; it’s just stunning and we loved having breakfast there. We highly recommend Patricia’s cottage and we’ll definitely be back.

    Maciej2019-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely secluded location with a very pretty garden and the sound of running water from the bedroom balcony. Patricia is a very welcoming and accommodating host

    Chris And Katie2019-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay in the cottage. It is spacious and very comfortable with a wonderful balcony just to sit, relax and take in the views beyond the pretty garden. Pat was so helpful and it was great to chat with Ken. This is an ideal place to stay if you want to explore the Wye Valley and other parts of Herefordshire and, for the end of the day, there's a friendly pub at the bottom of the lane. In summary, we had an enjoyable, peaceful break and have already recommended the cottage to friends.

    David And Anne2019-07-25T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect. Was looking to get away and relax, it was just what we wanted. The only problem was that we didn't want to leave! Highly recommended.

    Ali2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Bredwardine, England, United Kingdom

    Romantic comfortable cottage, edge of beautiful border town. Several hundred years old with great period features, exposed beams, fire place, all mod cons like unlimited superfast Wifi, SkyTV and DVD, washing machine, dishwasher... Ideal for couples, families, walkers, cyclists. Linen, towels, firewood, wifi, guidebooks, end cleaning all included. Relax and explore beautiful countryside! Great deals for weekly stays - 35% discount!
    Romantic comfortable cottage, edge of beautiful border town. Several hundred years old with great period features, exposed beams, fire place, all mod cons like unlimited superfast Wifi, SkyTV and DVD, large fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher. Recently refurbished bathroom, well equipped kitchen, large patio with BBQ. Ideal for couples, families, walkers, cyclists. Linen, towels, firewood, wifi, guidebooks, end cleaning all included. Relax and explore beautiful countryside! Great deals for weekly stays - 35% discount! Blodeuwedd Cottage is located on a single track no-through road and on the edge of the attractive and thriving market town of Kington, a 'Border Town' in the Welsh Marches. It's only 10 minutes walk to local shops, deli, tourist info, post office, takeaways, restaurants, pubs etc. The cottage is named after Blodeuwedd (meaning 'Flower Face'), a beautiful woman who was cursed and turned into an owl in one of the stories belonging to the Mabinogion, a famous collection of old Welsh legends. The cottage is several hundred years old and is one half of a traditional Welsh long-house. One can see how the central circular fireplace has been divided in two, probably a hundred years ago or more. Both the lounge and front bedroom have lots of exposed beams and many of the walls downstairs are natural local stone. The cottage is wonderfully romantic for a couple and quite magical for children and therefore also ideally suited for families. We also regularly let to walkers and cyclists. The property is full of character with lots of period features. Charming living room with exposed beams and wood burning stove. Bright kitchen, spacious garden and terrace with BBQ. Fitted with all mod cons such as individually adjustable heating in all rooms, DVD player, Sky TV, unlimited superfast internet, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine etc. The main bedroom is very romantic. It has exposed wooden beams and a beautiful four-poster bed with comfy mattress. We provide high quality white linen, warm duvets and plenty of pillows. Wardrobe and lots of drawer space. This is an old cottage and the rooms are not huge, but they work as proper double bed-rooms just fine and feel really cosy and special. They are both romantic and the sort of bedrooms kids love. If a fifth person is staying we provide a fold-down bed, which can be put into one of the bedrooms or the lounge. It comes with a single duvet. Please note that for space reasons the bed may have to be folded away during the day. Use of local guide books and maps are complimentary during your stay. •35% discount for 7+ nights, 40% discount for 28+ nights. •Rates are inclusive of bed linen and towels, water, heating, electricity, fire wood and final cleaning. All rates are quoted for maximum 4 adults and 1 child ( fold down bed for 5th person). A security deposit of £150 is held by Airbnb against key loss and breakages or damage, and is returned after inventory check. •Please note that from March to October (and over Christmas/New Year) usually only weekly stays are possible or that shorter stays are at a higher daily rate. The minimum stay from November to February is 2 nights. Weekly rate over Christmas, New Year, Easter and Bank Holiday weeks is £475. Shorter stays than 7 nights during these periods also cost £475. •Changeover day is usually Saturday but negotiable. •Please contact us for information on discounted long term rental possibilities or with any other questions. •Sorry, no pets allowed (not even small and cuddly ones). •No smoking Romantic things to do in the area: Watch the sunset go down over the Welsh Mountains from the top of the Whimble. Or walk across Hergest Ridge, both listening to ‘Hergest Ridge' by Mike Oldfield on your iPods and take a break at the bench under the Monkey Puzzle trees to admire the views. Or have a pint of real ale in the Olde Tavern in Kington. Or walk along the Fairy Path and visit the 30m high waterfall ‘Water-Break-Its-Neck'. Or ride ponies through the Black Mountains. Or have a picnic in a cider orchard. Or take afternoon tea on the veranda at Hergest Croft Gardens. Or paddle a canoe down the river Wye. Or visit the heart-shaped waterfall above Hafod. Or watch the Red Kites soaring above Radnorshire Forest. Or have morning coffee with a beautiful slice of cake at the historic Thomas Shop in Penybont. Or share an adrenaline rush by taking part in extreme sports at the Black Mountain Adventure Centre including zip wires, canyoning and abseiling. Walking, Cycling, Riding: The cottage is on the Offa's Dyke walking path and close to the Wye Valley Walk, Glyndwr's Walk and Mortimer's Trail. Longmynd, Stipperstones and Wenlock Edge are an easy drive to the Northeast, to the South are the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons and the West the Radnorshire Forest, Elan Valley, Hafod and Plynlimon. The opportunities for short circular walks to strenuous distances across remote countryside are some of the best in Britain. For mountain biking, there is a fantastic off-road trail through the Elan Valley, enormous numbers of bridleways across the open moorland in the area and hundreds of miles of forest tracks. Bicycle hire can be arranged. We can give you details of riding schools offering pony trekking through the mountains and indoor riding. Stabling can be arranged. The weather conditions are varied across the area, so with a bit of planning one can usually find somewhere good to go every day, even during unsettled weather periods. Great game and carp fishing nearby and shooting. Festivals and Events Blodeuwedd Cottage is an ideal base to explore the region and take part in local festivals and events. We have listed a small selection of regular events, for which the cottage is either a very local accommodation option or at the most 45 minute drive away. Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival Hay Festival Winter Weekend Ludlow Fringe Festival Kington Walks Festival Kington Show Brecon Jazz Festival Brecon Baroque Festival Ludlow Food Festival Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre Presteigne Music Festival Shobdon Food and Flying Festival Berrington Hall Kite Festival Hereford Three Choirs Festival Hay Steam & Vintage Rally Green Man Festival
    Romantic things to do in the area: Watch the sunset go down over the Welsh Mountains from the top of the Whimble. Or walk across Hergest Ridge, both listening to ‘Hergest Ridge’ by Mike Oldfield on your iPods and take a break at the bench under the Monkey Puzzle trees to admire the views. Or have a pint of real ale in the Olde Tavern in Kington. Or walk along the Fairy Path and visit the 30m high waterfall ‘Water-Break-Its-Neck’. Or ride ponies through the Black Mountains. Or have a picnic in a cider orchard. Or take afternoon tea on the veranda at Hergest Croft Gardens. Or paddle a canoe down the river Wye. Or visit the heart-shaped waterfall above Hafod. Or watch the Red Kites soaring above Radnorshire Forest. Or have morning coffee with a beautiful slice of cake at the historic Thomas Shop in Penybont. Or share an adrenaline rush by taking part in extreme sports at the Black Mountain Adventure Centre including zip wires, canyoning and abseiling. Walking, Cycling, Riding: The cottage is on the Offa’s Dyke walking path and close to the Wye Valley Walk, Glyndwr’s Walk and Mortimer’s Trail Longmynd, Stipperstones and Wenlock Edge are an easy drive to the Northeast, to the South are the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons and the West the Radnorshire Forest, Elan Valley, Hafod and Plynlimon. The opportunities for short circular walks to strenuous distances across remote countryside are some of the best in Britain. For mountain biking, there is a fantastic off-road trail through the Elan Valley, enormous numbers of bridleways across the open moorland in the area and hundreds of miles of forest tracks. Bicycle hire can be arranged. We can give you details of riding schools offering pony trekking through the mountains and indoor riding. Stabling can be arranged. The weather conditions are varied across the area, so with a bit of planning one can usually find somewhere good to go every day, even during unsettled weather periods. Great game and carp fishing nearby and shooting. Festivals and Events Blodeuwedd Cottage is an ideal base to explore the region and take part in local festivals and events. We have listed a small selection of upcoming events, for which the cottage is either a very local accommodation option or at the most 45 minute drive away. [sorry, cannot guarantee accuracy of event and festival information]
  • Lovely little cottage. Traditional and cosy!

    Konstantinia2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful experience here! The cottage is loaded with character. It’s very cozy and we had a fire every day. The main room is a tad smaller than it appears in the photos but comfortable and was perfect for the two of us. The good-sized modern kitchen and bath were a big bonus. Kitchen in particular is well stocked with pots, pans, etc. and we had everything we needed to cook a big Christmas Dinner. The garden is beautiful with lovely views. We also found Kington a great spot. We were walking distance from town, which includes a co-op, pharmacy, shops and pubs. Highly recommend the Royal Oak managed by Sue and Martin. Everyone was very friendly. Verena is a great host and stayed in touch though out our stay. I highly recommend staying here!

    Kathleen2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • A cosy, quaint little cottage in a gorgeous part of the world. Lovely walks from the doorstep, tasty places to eat in town and nearby. Don't miss the red kite feeding at Gigrin farm (check for opening times), the Elan Valley and walking on Hergest Ridge.

    Robert2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is lovely cozy place to stay. It's well kitted out and has plenty of character and charm. It has a nice size garden and table and chairs to eat outside. The town of Kington is in walking distance and there are a variety of nice cafes and unique shops to explore. The views surrounding Kington are spectacular, especially if you go up on Hergest Ridge, which can be walked to from the cottage. We saw wild horses up on the ridge, which was a nice treat! We had a lovely stay and would highly recommend the cottage to anyone wanting a relaxing break.

    Sam2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • An awesome cottage. very cosy and has good beds. The area is awesome. communication with Verena is always good and quick. And there is everything you need for a proper stay. would definitely recommend

    Henk2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect countryside cottage getaway! The bed was cozy, easy check in, fast wifi and lots to explore in the area. Really loved it!

    Mike2019-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Friendly host, interesting cottage, lovely part of the world

    Tim2019-05-18T00:00:00Z
  • Such a charming cottage full of history and in a beautiful area of the country. We found people in Kington to be so welcoming and there is so much to do and see in the area, although this cottage is so cozy and peaceful you'll just want to slow down and enjoy tea in the garden and walks in the immediate area.

    Mary2019-04-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Kington, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

    Set in beautiful countryside within walking distance of picturesque Eardisland village with its community shop, this is a spacious, well appointed chalet adjacent to its own orchard. The area is ideal for walkers, cyclists, fishermen and anyone looking for a comfortable peaceful break. Well behaved dogs are welcome. The chalet is a self contained unit and ideal for self catering breaks.
    Very tranquil setting yet convenient for visiting local villages and towns. The River Arrow flows alongside our land , and we have fishing rights .
    Eardisland village is under a half mile’s walk away along a quiet lane. It is on the famous Black and White trail and the River Arrow runs through the village, affording beautiful scenery and photo opportunities around every corner. It has two pubs, a thriving community shop, a popular cafe serving full English breakfast and historic buildings. There are several local walks which are accessed from the village centre.
  • Lovely place. Very warm and welcoming, and everything we needed on a wild weekend.

    Alice2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Beautifully clean, very comfortable and with excellent hosts.

    Gill2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic stay in lovely accommodation with thoughtful touches from hosts. Highly recommended!

    Paul2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Just had a lovely stay at Owl's Corner. David & Sue are amazing hosts - very welcoming & helpful with very quick communication, couldn't have asked for more. The property was very clean & had everything we needed. Our daughter loved playing in the garden and the nearby village (5mins walk away) is stunning & the locals very friendly. I would strongly recommend this as a great place to stay!

    Jude2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Clean with comfy beds, good shower.

    Anne2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Cannot fault this, go and enjoy it for yourself!

    Terry2019-07-20T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing, cant recommend it enough

    Mark2019-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • What a lovely spot! We enjoyed being in the orchard - so quiet and the village just a short walk away is so beautiful & has a shop & 2 pubs as well as picturesque cottages. It made a great base for visiting the surrounding area - we'll definately be back.

    Jane2019-07-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    The gardener's cottage at Newport House overlooks the organically grown 2 1/2 acre walled garden. South facing, the cottage has recently been refurbished to very high standards in oak with a thatched roof. Luxurious double bedroom and bathroom upstairs, and fully equipped kitchen and sitting room (with two person sofa bed) downstairs. Wood burning stove (as well as electric heating to keep a minimum temperature), wifi, herbs and organic fruit and vegetables on the door step freely available.
    The gardener's cottage is set on the Newport House estate. It is where the head gardener and his family used to live up to the 19th century, and is small, with no internal doors. It has a comfortable room upstairs with double bed and bathroom (please note: they are separated by a wall, but not a door), and a sofa bed in the common room downstairs - as the cottage is small the sofa bed is suitable for children, but not really for another couple. Please note the cottage is suitable during the colder months only for guests who are happy lighting a wood fire, and keeping it going (plenty of wood supplied). The electric heater keeps the temperature warm, but not really warm enough on its own when it freezes. There is free wifi, but no TV or radio. Guests are welcome to walk around the lake and the 90 acres wood. They're also welcome to fish or swim in the lake by prior agreement with the owners. Horse livery available during your stay.
    Newport House is a small estate with various people living and working on site. Gardeners work in the walled garden on week days from Monday to Friday 8am-4.30pm, and will be very happy to tell you about the garden. The walled garden is empty the rest of the time, apart from the odd visitor (the owners or neighbours) coming to harvest some vegetables..
  • Such a lovely and peaceful place to be, one we can't stop telling people to visit!

    Andrew2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous!

    Katie2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A truly wonderful space to stay in. The cottage itself would have been more than enough, it's well equipped, clean and above all cozy! Add to that the amazing walled garden, with a veg box ready and waiting for you on arrival, you couldn't be made to feel more at home and welcomed by everyone.

    Andrew2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Magical cottage opening into a secret walled garden: we loved the porch opening out into the garden where we enjoyed our morning coffee even in late October. The veg box provided and more lovely produce to choose from in the garden was great, and we made full use of the kitchen. The cottage is beautifully restored and we loved the natural materials used so skilfully. Super clean throughout and well stocked in the kitchen! Maps and tips for local exploring are provided. It is completely open plan, including the bathroom and toilet upstairs. This is no problem (for a couple), as the bathroom section is tucked away and well screened off from the bedroom. The shower is hot and has great pressure! The views from the upstairs across the garden are wonderful to wake up to - and we lay listening to tawny owls at night. Lighting the fire (with wood in plentiful supply) was fun, too! We did need the fire in addition to the two small electric heaters. The conservatory (I guess it would be great to sit in during the summer months) was very useful as a boot room and cool storage. A magical location - we explored the woodland, garden, nearby villages (with pub and shop 20 mins away on foot) via footpaths and small roads. Great sense of being away from the stresses of life. We left the car parked up next to the cottage for the first two days. Jenny always replied promptly when we had questions and allowing us to check in late - much appreciated.

    Frauke2019-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • What a beautiful place to recharge batteries and get away from it all. I spent a short break at the cottage and it was perfect for my needs. The vegetable box from the garden was an extra treat. I was able to do walks around the estate and of course around the walled garden. Thank You, Jenny and team for your kindness and making me so very welcome in your space. All the best!

    Nasreen2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect cottage in a simply stunning location. The walled garden is beautifuland to stay in the cottage makes for a unique stay. We'll be back.

    David2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful contemplative walled garden, breathtaking Estate. A treasured place in our hearts, hope to return again its so special. Thank you all.

    Paula Louise (Lou)2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • An absolutely wonderful stay, in a stunning garden cottage it is absolutely beautiful and so gorgeous oak beams and modern but restored perfectly, Set in a beautiful setting the hospitality was lovely offering garden walks and rowing on boat lake, we attended royal welsh show daily so didn’t get to tour gardens our toddler loved going to pick some carrots and munching on the wild strawberries in the walled garden, my husband would of liked a tv but I didn’t need one. thankyou so much for amazing memories and our lovely stay highly recommend as so much to do locally or you just picnic and enjoy some time in the countryside Andrea Dylan and Elis (nearly 3)

    Andrea2019-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

    This luxury lodge is a Willerby New Hampshire. Located on at Arrow Bank, a 5 Star country holiday park in Eardisland, Herefordshire, in the heart of the famous Black and White Village Trail.
    A two bedroom luxury lodge on a quiet holiday park. The open plan living area has a lounge with TV and DVD, a dining area for 4 people and a fully equipped kitchen. All bedding and towels are provided, all utilities are included (water, gas, electric) in fact we think we've thought of everything. All you need to bring is your food and clothes. The property has two double bedrooms, one of them with an en-suite bathroom. There is a family shower room and plenty of wardrobe and storage space. Parking is alongside the property and free of charge.
    Eardisland is a beautiful, picturesque village. It is just a short level walk from the lodge to the village centre. There you can find an historic Tudor village with beautiful black and white timber framed buildings. It has two pubs (The Cross Inn and The Swan) a tea room, a community shop, village playground. church and riverside walks.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Chalet


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Leominster, England, United Kingdom

    Light and airy converted cart shed on our organic farm. Lots of character features including beams and log burner. Short walk in to Kington for all essentials including pubs, supermarkets and takeaways.
    Spacious open plan Kitchen-living space with double bedroom and shower room.
    Idyllic setting on our organic mixed farm yet just 5-8 minutes walk from pubs, takeaways and supermarkets.
  • Already stayed at the cabin which was fabulous. Now stayed at the coach house too and was equally as nice. Would recommend to anyone. Thank you Will, especially as it was short notice. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

    Rebecca2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • This was a wonderful place to stay for a weekend getaway. Lots of charm, lovely hosts, and would love to visit again!

    Analah2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Really nice night into this tiny house, lovely decorated and well equipped, thanks for everything.

    Pierre2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great property with all modern amenities in a lovely countryside location. Host Will was very helpful and friendly. Place was spotlessly clean and nicely decorated.

    Rosie2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little cottage in a tranquil setting!

    Owain2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely Airbnb on a beautiful farm, great hosts, super clean space with everything you needed.

    Alice2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom

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