4.6★ Tourist Board rating Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon 7 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Cot available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews our (6) lovely (6) beautiful (6) cottage (5) comfortable (5) barn (5) 14 Customer Reviews "Beautiful destination, lovely, clean and well facilitated cottage." We enjoyed our stay and had a lovely family break away from the busy lifestyle despite the weather. No complaints from us Reviewed by Jodey5.0★Jul 2023 "The barn has been very well converted and provides spacious and comfortable accommodation." The garden is very relaxing and the property is an ideal base for Hereford, Hay on wye, Ledbury and lots of other very pretty places. The bedrooms are very spacious and comfortable, and shower rooms have a great pressure! It is quite remote with the nearest shop a couple of miles away, and from some directions access is via a very tight country lane. Only slight drawback was the flies everywhere and a lack of basics such as bin liners and cleaning products. DVDs would also have been very welcome! Reviewed by Terry4.4★Jul 2023 "We were very happy with the Hop Kiln." It was a lovely place to spend a week with family - light and airy and in a beautiful location. The hosts were attentive, friendly and approachable without being intrusive at all. We really enjoyed our stay. Reviewed by Elaine5.0★Apr 2023 "We had a comfortable, peaceful, and lovely stay at Hop Kiln." Everything was as described on Sykes Web site. Would recommend. Reviewed by Karen5.0★Mar 2023 "The property was amazing, it was 1 of 4 barn conversions on a working farm." It was better than expected, the owners were very friendly and welcoming and if anything was amiss they were on hand to deal with it. We never had a problem. Excellent for the children, we had our own private garden that led onto a communal field that was safely enclosed. They loved going to see the sheep. Excellent base for exploring, we were out every day. Pembridge village was picture postcode as was the accomodation. Highly recommend a stay here. Thank you for sharing your property with us. Reviewed by Lesley5.0★Aug 2022 "Nice cottage but we were overrun with flies." As fast as we could get rid of them more came in. We couldn't open a window the whole time which was a problem as yet weather was very warm. Reviewed by Paul3.1★Jul 2021 "Driving through the beautiful Herefordshire countryside to Luntley Farm gives you the feel good factor." On arrival, our expectations of the beauty of the property were not disappointed. Sympathetically restored former hop barn, the huge ground floor space was exceptional. The underfloor heating kept the property really warm on some chilly nights. A spiral staircase led to two good size double rooms, one en-suite. Plenty of storage space in these bedrooms. Third bedroom with bunk beds was small, but perfectly ok for children. Small criticism would be that the double bed was very low for a couple of “seniors”. Mobile phone signal was nonexistent, but no complaints as we chose this area for peace and quiet. Small problems quickly attended to by owners, so all in all, we had a wonderful time and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. Reviewed by Alan4.4★Oct 2020 "Lovely, well-equipped and furnished holiday home." Owners were welcoming and live in the farmhouse nearby - always available to assist with any requests or problems, big or small, without being intrusive. Beautiful location on a working farm and lots of space for children to play safely. Reviewed by Tracy5.0★Aug 2020 "The cottage was extremely clean and spacious, it is decorated and maintained to a high standard." The owner on-site and happy to address any queries you might have. The view to the front of the property overlooks a picturesque Dovecot and the small garden at the back catches the sun and is ideal for eating outside round the large table. The nearby village of Pembridge worth a visit and is ideal for eating with pubs, cafes and village stores. We enjoyed our week and would happily recommend it to others. Reviewed by Elizabeth4.4★Jul 2020 "We had such a lovely week at the Hop kiln, We are a large family with 5 children ranging from 1- 14 years and there was plenty of space for everyone to relax and play without getting on top of each other." It’s lovely being in the middle of a farm and our 3 year old particularly enjoyed leaving his curtain open at bedtime so he could wish the sheep goodnight! The barn is spacious, warm and comfortable and really well equipped the only thing we missed which would have been useful was a mop! The owner was lovely popping her head in on our first evening to say hi. It really was the most relaxing week away we’ve had In a long time and we will definitely return :) Reviewed by Stacey4.7★Apr 2019 "We all found this to be a really comfortable and well equipped holiday let." Some great welcoming touches, such as a basket of fresh eggs to greet us on arrival. We would return without hesitation. Reviewed by Matt5.0★Dec 2018 "Beautiful spaciours cottage , everthing you need , no exspence spared when this ..." Beautiful spaciours cottage , everthing you need , no exspence spared when this cottage was built and furnished , I will defiantly return Reviewed by Nathan4.8★Jul 2017 "The barn was large but extremely comfortable." The standard of equipment was excellent. It is a working farm, as stated and it was lovely to be a very small part of it for a week. Sandra and David were great and we had everything we needed. We we very lucky the weather was exceptional. Loved it. Reviewed by Kathryn5.0★Sep 2016 "Peaceful cottage with beautiful surroundings." Reviewed by Hema4.8★Sep 2016 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 1 x twin with pull-out single, 1 x adult bunks Shower room with shower, basin & WC Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area & sitting area with double sofa bed. Oil central heating with underfloor heating in open plan living area Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, video, DVD, CD, wireless internet available Fuel & power inc. in rent Bed linen & towels inc. in rent Cot available Off road parking for 3 cars Bike storage Enclosed private lawned garden with furniture & BBQ Shared use of paddock for ball games Sorry, no smoking pubs 2 miles Note: there is no electric car charging at this property. The property This 16th century detached barn conversation is the largest of four Luntley cottages on the owners' working farm in the hamlet of Luntley, and offers character beams, wall timbers and a beautiful living area with underfloor heating. A spiral staircase leads to the three bedrooms, which again boast ceiling beams and wall timbers, and this whole Luntley cottage has been tastefully furnished to offer cosy, comfortable accommodation. This welcoming Luntley cottage is the perfect base for a family holiday or break with friends. This cottage can be booked with Refs 2215, 2216 and 2217 to accommodate 22. Luntley Court Farm Cottages Four beautiful Luntley cottages, tastefully converted from sixteenth century farm buildings, located on a working sheep and cattle farm in the rural hamlet of Luntley. Close by is the medieval half-timbered village of Pembridge, with its wonderful Black and White buildings, pubs and ancient market hall. All these welcoming Luntley cottages retain a wealth of original features, such as exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers which are combined with modern facilities to create charming, quality holiday accommodation in a lovely countryside location. These four Luntley cottages can be booked individually, or when booked together they sleep up to 23 people, ideal for that special celebration. As well as private gardens to each cottage, there is a half-acre paddock for children to play. View on map About the location LUNTLEY Pembridge 2 miles; Hay-on-Wye 20 miles; Ludlow 20 miles. The tiny rural hamlet of Luntley is situated in the rolling hills of North Herefordshire, in the heart of the Welsh Marches, between Ludlow and Hay-on-Wye. Just 2 miles away is the medieval village of Pembridge, known as the “Jewel in the Crown” of the famous “Black & White Village Trail.” With its half-timbered houses, three excellent “olde worlde” pubs, a 14th century market hall and a church with a unique detached bell tower, this wonderful village is a delight to visit. The surrounding countryside is both beautiful and tranquil and offers excellent walking, cycling, riding and fishing. Further afield, but still within easy reach, are the ancient city of Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, medieval Ludlow, the wonderful Shropshire Hills, the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park.