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At the heart of Herefordshire, our Hereford holiday cottages make the perfect base for touring not only the city's sights but also the rest of this delightfully rural county.
When you think of Hereford, certain things instantly spring to mind. Those white-faced, red cattle, renowned for producing melt-in-the-mouth beef. Apple orchards and cider. Sensational Wye salmon. Little wonder it's such an important market centre and also a fantastic place for a gourmet break!
And then there's Hereford's fascinating history dating back to Saxon times. Star attraction is Hereford Cathedral, featuring an extraordinary Chained Library and the world-renowned Mappa Mundi, a spiritual and geographical world map drawn on calf skin around 1300 AD. As well as being a place of worship, the cathedral has a musical tradition, with lunchtime concerts, evening recitals and the legendary Three Choirs Festival every three years.
Hereford's other prime landmark is High Town, where you'll find the main market square (general goods, crafts, antiques and local produce) and The Old House, a splendid, black and white museum depicting life in Jacobean times. Other interesting museums include the Cider Museum and the Waterworks Museum.
For drama, film, comedy and music, The Courtyard is Hereford's thriving arts' centre. Enjoy a flutter Arabian style at Hereford Racecourse. Hire a canoe and paddle down the Wye. Spot kingfishers, buzzards and other wildlife at Lugg Meadows. Or drive to Golden Valley (around 10 miles from your Hereford cottage) and trek with llamas.
Where the city meets the countryside, a cottage holiday in Hereford promises an unforgettable UK escape!
Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Hereford.
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Stable End | Luntley near Pembridge | Herefordshire
Delightful detached barn conversion in Luntley, 2 miles from medieval Pembridge. Beams, trusses and wall timbers. Excellent walking. Hay-on-Wye 20 miles.
Tippets View | Luntley near Pembridge | Herefordshire
Delightful semi-detached 16th century barn conversion in rural Luntley, 2 miles from Pembridge. Character cottage, modern facilities. Excellent walking. Hay-on-Wye 20 miles.
The Hop Kiln | Luntley near Pembridge | Herefordshire
16th century converted Hop Kiln with character beams and wall timbers, a quality Luntley cottage, offering very comfortable accommodation on the owners' 500 acre livestock farm.
Holmer Farm | Pudleston near Leominster | Herefordshire
A charming Herefordshire cottage offering many lovely walks form the doorstep, fishing close by and just a short drive to historic Leominster, The Town in the Marches.
Willow Cottage | Ridgeway Cross near Malvern | Herefordshire
One of three charming Herefordshire holiday cottages in a farmyard setting offering many lovely walks from the doorstep. Great Malvern 5 miles.
Sparrow's Nest | Ridgeway Cross near Malvern | Herefordshire
A charming beamed cottage set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a two acre woodland for walking and dog exercising. Great Malvern 5 miles.
Haywain | Ridgeway Cross near Malvern | Herefordshire
A traditional 'upside down' beamed cottage in the grounds of the owners' home, offering three garden areas with seating, BBQ and a two acre woodland. Great Malvern 5 miles.
The Coach House | Almeley near Kington | Herefordshire
Delightful detached coach house conversion in Almeley village. Charming, quality accommodation. Perfect for relaxing break. Excellent walking. Kington 5 miles.
The Stable | Marstow near Ross-on-Wye | Herefordshire
A delightful, detached barn conversion in the owner's grounds. Bright, light accommodation, lovely garden, river fishing available. Ross-on-Wye 5 miles.
May Cottage | Eardisley near Hay-on-Wye | Herefordshire
Delightful Grade II listed, 16th century, stone-built Black and White cottage in Eardisley village. Character beams, woodburner. Hay-on-Wye 7 miles.