A charming ground floor cottage, attached to the owner's home, set in a tranquil area in the village of Bishopstone in the heart of beautiful Herefordshire countryside.
Home from home décor and furnishings greets you as you step into this cosy cottage.
A well-equipped kitchen has everything needed to prepare a celebratory dinner or picnics to take out with you or enjoy your morning coffee at the dining table.
Relax in the sitting room while enjoying your favourite film with the added benefit of a warming woodburning stove for those chilly evenings.
The twin bedroom has been thoughtfully furnished with good quality bed linen, ensuring a good nights sleep for all guests.
Outside you can enjoy the owner's delightful garden complete with furniture, wildlife pond and a lovely summer house with comfy seating, ideal for relaxing on a summer afternoon.
Explore the many walks from the doorstep including Wye Valley Walk and Offa's Dyke Path.
This area is steeped in history, with beautiful Black and White timber villages, bustling markets towns like Ledbury and Ludlow and ancient castles to visit.
Visit historic Hereford, 'The Town of Books', Hay-on-Wye, explore scenic countryside including the Wye and Golden Valleys, the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park.
National Trust members are well catered for with the Weir Gardens close by and many more properties within easy reach.
A lovely holiday cottage for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
About the location
Madley 3.6 miles; Hereford 6.2 miles.
The scattered village of Bishopstone lies close to the banks of the River Wye on the edge of the beautiful Golden Valley. The village is ideally located in unspoilt Herefordshire countryside between Hay-on-Wye and Hereford, with an extensive range of footpaths including the Wye Valley Walk and Offa's Dyke footpath. The magnificent Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park are also a short drive away. Within easy reach is the ancient city of Hereford with its magnificent cathedral displaying the famous Mappa Mundi world map and an impressive chained library, and its beautiful medieval bridge spanning the River Wye. The town of books, Hay-on-Wye, famous for its 30 plus book shops, charming pubs, antique shops, restaurants and cafes is also an easy drive away, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Wales. A little further afield guests can enjoy the fine restaurants, food and antique shops on offer in Ludlow, the many activities in the Forest of Dean and the delightful historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth. Visitors to the area can also enjoy walks in amongst some of the oldest rocks in Britain in the eight mile ridge of the Malvern Hills.