Leominster 5.5 miles.
A wing of the owner's 17th century farmhouse, situated in the farmyard in Herefordshire, this comfortably furnished Grade II listed cottage is ideal for taking in the everyday activities of a working dairy farm, offering guests an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside.
Open plan living accommodation on the ground floor provides guests with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a cosy sitting area, where you can relax after a day exploring the many attractions that this area has to offer.
The two first floor double bedrooms combine contemporary furnishings with antique furniture, both offering views over the farmyard and fields beyond.
The owner will accompany guests who wish to collect eggs from their chickens, as well as informing guests of any important seasonal events on the farm, including calves being born or a farm tour.
On a clear day, stunning 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from the top of the farm lane, which takes in the Brecon Beacons, Black Hill and the hills of Radnorshire and Montgomeryshire.
Just one mile away, the traditional village pub, The fishermans arms, serves real ales and home-cooked food.
This charming cottage makes an ideal base for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Leominster 5.5 miles; Bromyard 6.5 miles; Hereford 17 miles.
The pretty village of Docklow is surrounded by rolling Herefordshire countryside, boasting an excellent village pub serving real ale and home-cooked meals. The immediate area offers many lovely walks, with the Three Choirs Way and Three Rivers Ride running close by, as well as cycle trails, horse riding and fishing available. Nearby, the town of Bromyard has an air of timelessness, with many half-timbered buildings creating a lovely setting for visitors to explore its good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. Leominster is a short drive away and located in the heart of the beautiful border countryside, where England and Wales nudge each other along Offa’s Dyke. A wonderful place to enjoy a lazy afternoon stroll, the town dates back to the 7th century and possesses many fine examples of architecture, such as the Priory Church, along with a wide variety of shops, cafes and pubs. The cathedral town of Hereford dates back to Saxon times and with its medieval bridge over the winding River Wye, it is the very image of picturesque England. With a mix of buildings from almost every British era, eclectic Hereford is a popular base for those seeking to explore the local area. It is ideally placed for exploring The Black and White Village Trail, not to mention the delights of neighbouring Shropshire, Worcestershire and The Cotswolds.