4.7★ Sykes rating 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews lovely (32) donkey (27) carol (26) cake (25) cow (24) cott (21) 65 Customer Reviews "Another wonderful week at the cow cott, so relaxing almost like a second home, plenty to explore around the area which is steeped in history and good old fashioned pubs." If that's not enough, wonder around the farm and enjoy Rosie the donkey and Ted the terrier. Carol and Philip always go out of their way to make the holiday go smoothly, full of local knowledge as well. See you soon Colin and mutley Reviewed by Colin5.0★Nov 2023 "Good value for the money." ExecEllen host. Reviewed by Chris4.7★Oct 2023 "Lovely studio apartment." Very well equipped and very cozy. Owners were lovely and helpful. Make sure you say hi to Rosie the donkey!!! Reviewed by Steve5.0★Sep 2023 "Great small holiday home that had everything we needed." Although we stayed for three nights we could easily have stayed there for a fortnight. Very friendly hosts. We would definitely go there again as it's in a beautiful part of the country. Reviewed by Lisa5.0★Sep 2023 "Carole was an outstanding hostess, full of information and a delight to talk with." The house was spotless, we've never seen glassware so well polished. The standing stone was well worth a visit, and the chapel at Urishay had acoustics that would give anyone's voice the sound of heaven. The labyrinthine world of lanes and hedges was spellbinding, and the weather was equally out of this world. Reviewed by Gordon4.4★Sep 2023 "A small but perfect barn conversion." Everything a couple would need unless you perhaps want to cook a Sunday roast! But who does on holiday. Carol the owner was charming. We arrived to a home baked fruit cake, a bottle of red wine, jars of sweets & biscuits. Really good quality coffee & tea. Loved Rosie the donkey . And the peace & quiet. There is a great pub in Peterchurch that does good value meals. So friendly in there. A wonderful destressing break. Reviewed by Jacqueline1.3★Aug 2023 "Just needs better direction to locate the farm" Reviewed by Alan5.0★Jul 2023 "A delightful property located in the heart of rural herefordshire on a farm." The property is compact but well equipped with everything and modern design. The interior is airy and bright due to two skylights. The owners Carol and Phil could not do enough for us providing cake, chocolate and rose wine which was very welcome. They also have friendly Ted the dog and Rosie the donkey. We would recommend this property to any couple who wants a peaceful romantic break. Reviewed by Matt5.0★Jul 2023 "A delightful cottage, small but extremely well designed and everything you may need is provided." The owners are very friendly and helpful, our dog was made extremely welcome too and there were treats left for all of us on arrival. This is the most quiet and peaceful cottage we have stayed in, there are plenty of places to visit relatively close by and scenic walks with views of the Golden Valley and the Black Mountains from the door. A perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the countryside. Reviewed by David5.0★Jul 2023 "I stayed in the Cow Cott from the 24th to 29th June and it was one of the best places I have stayed." It is small but the description made that quite clear and everything that you needed was provided. Carol is a wonderful lady and I really enjoyed spending time with her, she always had time for a chat and is very friendly. She had made me a lovely fruit cake and there were chocolate biscuits and a jar of sweets available. It is a great place to relax and unwind in the evening with lots of wildlife around. Being well back from the road, which is not busy anyway, the only sounds you may hear are sheep and birds. If you read the description and know what to expect then the Cow Cott is a wonderful place to stay. Reviewed by Terry4.7★Jun 2023 "Really enjoyed my stay at Cow Cottage, a delightful place in a lovely setting and so very peaceful." Lots of treats left for me to enjoy, yummy, I do have a sweet tooth!! Delighted to meet Rose the donkey and Ted the airedale but most of all the extra kindness shown by Carol and Phil in helping me enjoy my holiday. Many thanks. Yvonne & Kisha Reviewed by Yvonne5.0★May 2023 "The Cow Cott is wonderful, we love it." It is, for us such a joy. We so look forward to going. Carol is a wonderful host, always ready to help and has become a friend. Rosie the donkey is gentle but a real character. Ted the Airedale is so friendly too, and was genuinely sad we left. The accomodation is simple but very comfortable well equipped. Reviewed by Andy5.0★May 2023 "Carol was lovely so welcoming." It is small but it has been so well done and we found it charming. A bit of the beaten track but Hereford is so rural anyway. Would definitely come back again. Reviewed by Irene5.0★May 2023 "'Small but perfectly formed' would describe this lovely holiday cottage set in beautiful Herefordshire countryside - perfect for a couple or single wanting a peaceful break." It is the best equipped holiday home I have ever stayed in - anything I needed was there and all of best quality (lovely fluffy towels!). It is set in beautiful Herefordshire countryside - no noise just lovely silence. My dog and I went for lovely walks from the door so no need to go out in the car. Donkey completed the bucolic atmosphere and Carol was a perfect host. I would love to return if at all possible. Reviewed by Patricia5.0★May 2023 "A beautifully appointed and thoughtfully arranged studio hide-away in the Herefordshire countryside." No hesitation about recommending. We (mum and small daughter) had a very peaceful break at Cow Cott over February half-term. We needed peace, rest and views of the hills, and this is what we got. Delightful animals and very kind hosts were welcome added bonuses. On a practical note, the bed is comfy, the shower warm, there is a efficient little oven and hob, and a well-equipped kitchen area, which coped with my Shrove Tuesday efforts! Reviewed by Anthea5.0★Feb 2023 "It was a wonderful stay." very peaceful the donkey was what made it so much more fun she was adorable Reviewed by Liam4.4★Feb 2023 "This was our second time at The Cow Cott." It’s such a beautiful place to stay. Clean and comfortable and so peaceful. Carol welcomed us and once again had left some lovely treats for myself and my Whippet, Lady. To see Rosie and Ted again was wonderful, they are both very sweet. If you’re looking for peace and quiet and lovely walks nearby, The Cow Cott has everything you need and more! This is the best place we have stayed in. Reviewed by Trofi5.0★Nov 2022 "Great little stay, clean and very friendly host." Great place to relax and get away from normal life! Can’t thank you guys enough for all the sweet treats left and making us feel so welcome. We will try and be back with better weather next time! Highly recommend! Reviewed by Jess5.0★Oct 2022 "Absolutely Fabulous week's holiday, On arrival carol and Rosie was there to meet ..." Absolutely Fabulous week's holiday, On arrival carol and Rosie was there to meet us carol being the owner and Rosie being the donkey carol left us a bottle of prosecco homemade cake sweets and biscuits that was a very nice surprise the cow cott was small but had everything you needed bathroom bigger than I thought it would be very clean comfortable bed lovely surroundings couldn't fault it highly recommend Reviewed by John5.0★Sep 2022 "Sykes has never let us down." But in Cow Cottage they have surpassed themselves. You can check details of the cottage on the Sykes site. But they are a minor part of the deal. Far more important are the Family Rickman. Philip who works hard as an author. Carol who works her fingers off looking after you - including baking you wonderful cakes, answering any questions with unlimited patients and introducing you to their two wonderful animals, both of which our Bedlington Terrior Alfie fell in love with. Ted, the Airdale who cried for Alfie whenever we were in. Rossie the Donkey who brayed for Alfie each morning and evening and waited for him at her stable gate. Seeing the two of them nuzzeling was amazing. You don't need to go out - stay and enjoy the wonderful ambience. Thank you Family Rickman - a wonderful holiday. xxx Reviewed by Rodney5.0★Sep 2022 "This is a lovely cottage well maintained and very comfortable." The lady owner of the property was very friendly and helpful and we would certainly have a return stay there. We would recommend this to everyone Reviewed by Janet4.7★Aug 2022 "Wonderful. Small cozy accomodation." Carol was a wonderful host cake and wine upon arrival. This place is small but comfortable immaculately clean. Very quiet not a sound except wild life and Rosie the donkey. If you want a quiet remote place to stay to recharge your battery this is it. We did. Will try to visit again Good things come in small bundles Thank you Carol and Sykes cottages for a wonderful week Reviewed by Anthony4.7★Jul 2022 "Once again this year we had a brilliant time at Cow Cott." It's a great place for quiet break and is a good base for seeing the stunning Golden Valley. The owners are so friendly and helpful. Rosie the donkey is a wonderful bonus too. Our dog loved her.. Reviewed by Andy4.7★Jul 2022 "A wonderful little cottage, perfect for a relaxing week." I agree with all the plaudits from other guests regarding our hosts. Quiet country lanes very safe for walking with our Labrador. Spectacular views. We loved it and will definitely be back. Reviewed by David5.0★Jul 2022 "We had a wonderful time at the Cow Cott, yes it is not a big space, but it was so relaxing and relatively well equipped for the size." The location was so quiet and peaceful and when we weren't out and about it was so lovely just to sit and watch the wildlife and see our dog so chilled in the courtyard, he loved Rosie the donkey and Ted the dog. The owners were so kind and helpful. Such a lovely holiday thank you Reviewed by Andy4.7★Jun 2022 "We had a wonderful stay just beautiful countryside all around no town noise just birds sheep and wind in the trees." Down country lanes and across a field to the cottage. Rosie the donkey and Ted the dog welcomed us ‘home’ and the owners couldn’t have been more helpful and kind. Don’t expect hotel facilities, read the description and you won’t be disappointed. We will book again if in the area. Reviewed by Chris4.4★Jun 2022 "Location great and hosts very friendly and helpful." Free cake! Free donkey (the lovely Rosie). However, Cow Cott was much, much smaller than expected (described as "spacious") - a small studio with no space to relax or cook. Roof lights with no blinds meant we had to sleep with eyeshades. The "wild garden" and "lawn" was actually a verge on the driveway. Not really the luxury break I had hoped for. Reviewed by Lee3.4★May 2022 "A lovely peaceful stay plenty of open placers for walking friendly helpful owner" Reviewed by Michael3.8★Apr 2022 "Absolutely wonderful, the comfort and quality of everything is outstanding and the little luxuries provided by the owners were thoughtful and unexpected." Set in such beautiful countryside and the added bonus of spring lambs, what more could one ask for? Oh! and the owners were really friendly and kind too. Reviewed by Jane5.0★Mar 2022 "I stayed at the Cow Cott for a week with my Whippet, Lady." We had such a lovely time. Carol was very welcoming and left us both treats. The homemade fruit cake was delicious. The WiFi worked well, the cottage had everything we needed and it was so relaxing and peaceful. Rosie the donkey and Ted the Airedale terrier are both gorgeous. We went on lots of lovely walks. Our favourite place was Hergest Gardens, especially the magical Park Wood. And the Maple tea rooms serve the most delicious cream teas and are very dog friendly! We would definitely return to the Cow Cott and would highly recommend it. Reviewed by Trofi5.0★Oct 2021 "The accommodation, location, hospitality, the little touches like a bottle of wine and a delicious home baked cake was fantastic." The lovely Rosie the donkey made this a break we will never forget. Thank you Carol and Phil.......... Reviewed by Justin5.0★Oct 2021 "Very welcoming, and a perfect little hideaway." We were made very welcome and would warmly recommend the Cowcott to others. Reviewed by Daniel4.1★Sep 2021 "A very pleasant and relaxing place to be!" Stayed here for a week recently and although it is small we found it welcoming, cosy and has a quiet, relaxing feel. We had a lovely welcome from the owner (and Ted the dog) which included cake, wine, chocolates and some biscuits. Even supplied us with some milk as we had forgotten to get some! Everything you need for a week's stay is all there, even a freezer is available across the farm yard in an adjacent barn. Forget the location given by Sykes, you will not find it from the info given, call the owner and she will give detailed instructions! If you like walking, hiking or cycling then this is a perfect base, there are several walks you can do from the cottage, but it's easy to get to the Brecon Beacons, Malverns or the Forrest of Dean. Abergavenny and Hay On Wye are also very close. Must not forget Rosie the donkey, so nice to share her farm yard for a week! Highly recommended. Reviewed by Andrew4.7★Sep 2021 "We had a lovely holiday at the cow cott." Carole was a lovely lady and always ready to help regarding exploring Herefordshire. A lovely cosy cottage with everything we needed. A special mention for Ted the dog who was always waiting for us each afternoon. And Rosie the donkey. We have taken lots of happy memories back home with us. Fantastic weather all week. Would certainly recommend. Reviewed by Jennifer4.1★Sep 2021 "A very unique place to stay, bijou, remote and peaceful, but handily place for visiting the many places of interest." The owners Carol and Phil are lovely people, who are more than happy to help if needed. There were little treats on our arrival, homemade cake, wine, sweets, and treats for the dog. And Rosie the donkey in a nearby stable completes the character of the place. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would stay again. Reviewed by John5.0★Aug 2021 "Clean, well presented, would definitely stay again." Very quiet area ( which we always seek out). Plenty of local walking opportunities, easy to travel to areas of interest. Thanks to the owners for their hospitality and to Rosie ( the donkey). X Reviewed by Sarah5.0★Aug 2021 "What a lovely break away it was for us, our springer Spaniel Lucy loved the freedom or the courtyard area, and the grass fields that surrounded the cottage." The cottage itself has everything you need, and the owners are so welcoming they even made us a cake and there was a bottle of Red wine for us and some treats for Lucy, what else can you ask for Reviewed by Paul4.7★Aug 2021 "The couple who own the Cow Cott must be amongst the most welcoming and thoughtful owners that we have ever stayed with." We had the pleasure of meeting the owners, Carol and Philip, and we were left in wonder at their generosity and kind hospitality, something that will stay with us for a long long time. The welcoming treats of fruit cake, sweets and wine and their advice and helpfulness in sharing local knowledge made the week a much richer experience. Must also mention Rosie the donkey and of course Ted the Airedale Terrier both of whom added and contributed to what was a wonderful relaxing break. Reviewed by A3.8★Jul 2021 "A lovely place to stay." Spotlessly clean. Home make cake, a bottle of wine sweets and biscuits. What more could you want! Carol was so friendly and helpful without intruding in any way. A great holiday Reviewed by Margaret5.0★Jun 2021 "A gem ! The exterior picture does not do it justice." Owners could not be more helpful. Peaceful and wonderful night sky. Reviewed by Martin5.0★Jun 2021 "Carol is an amazing host, couldn’t do enough for us, so friendly, even left me a box of chocolates on my birthday." Lovely location and the peace and quiet is so rare to find these days. Our chocolate lab. also had the most amazing time! Excellent! Reviewed by Julie4.4★Jun 2021 "We enjoyed a lovely week at the Cow Cott." The cottage was very cosy and the owner went out of her way to make us really welcome. We really appreciated all of the extra special little touches like the freshly baked cake, the wine and beer and the chocolates and biscuits on arrival and Teddy loved his foggy treats top. It was my hubby's birthday whilst we were away and on the morning of his birthday we had a lovely surprise when we opened the door to find a birthday cake that Carol had made for him and a card. She was so thoughtful. We will definitely stop here again in the future if we are travelling to this area. Reviewed by Amanda5.0★May 2021 "We had a lovely stay at The Cow Cott during half term week." With everything going on at the moment, we were lucky to get away just before the second lockdown and I'm so glad we did. The property is fairly remote so we really got to feel like we were away from it all. The property itself was perfect and had everything we needed, including little treats for us and the dog! The weather was very changeable while we were there so whilst we braved the rain to go on long walks, we could come back to a warm property and dry ourselves (and boots) off in front of the heater. My parents had previously stayed here and loved it and so did we. We would definitely come back! Reviewed by Naomi5.0★Oct 2020 "The Cow Cott was very generously equipped with all required needs for the stay - towels, cutlery, cooking utensils, coffee, sugar etc and the additional touches like a bottle of wine in the fridge, the homemade fruit cake (which my husband adored) and chocolates/treats left for us were greatly appreciated." Small fridge in cottage but additional large fridge freezer available to use privately in barn next door so that we were able to buy supplies and eat in every night. Cooking with 2 hob stove and mini oven easily manageable. Would have been lovely to take advantage of the outdoor seating to eat but it was just too wet - rained a lot of the time we were there but didn't dampen our spirits Location was perfect for sightseeing - we ventured to Hereford, Hay on Wye, Ross on Wye (highly recommend Goodrich Castle) and some great local walks too. Our only issue was the lack of wifi connection (could be due to the weather) but gave us a great excuse to stop at local pubs to post our pics on social media! Carol was a lovely host, thank you! Reviewed by Michael4.7★Oct 2020 "Everything was perfect as usual, had to return home early but Phil and Carol were very understanding and we hope to return." Reviewed by John5.0★Sep 2020 "Surprising welcome - bottle of wine, a home made cake and chocolates." Excellent and helpful hospitality by the hosts. Reviewed by Ken4.1★Aug 2020 "A delightful little cottage in a beautiful part of Herefordshire." Small, yet perfectly appointed for 2 + small dog in a quiet location, great for just relaxing, reading or exploring the locality. We had a lovely time and hope to return again - great hosts, very welcoming, thank you both. Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Jul 2020 "We enjoyed our stay at 'The Cow Cott', we were made very welcome by the friendly hosts, Carol and Phil." The cottage is very well fitted out with good quality kitchen equipment, a cosy bathroom, modern t.v etc. An added delight was Rose the donkey, Ted the airedale terrier and the pea hen with her beautiful feathers. Carol had gone to the trouble of baking a lovely cake, tge wine, chocolates and biscuits were a generous touch too....thank you! Our two dogs enjoyed playing in the farmyard and also on the field at the back with its glorious views. Our 14 year old westie got a new lease of life here! We e enjoyed lovely local walks and also trips to both sides of the border. We loved the Black a d White trail and also Llangors Lake, Brecon Beacons, The Boat Inn at Whitney on Wye is in a nice setting. Hey on Wye is well worth a visit too......especially if you like books! Would highly recommend The Cow Cott. Thanks Carol and Phil x Reviewed by Pauline5.0★Jul 2020 "If your need is peace and quiet,lovely countryside to amble around Then go visit cow cott,,,Carol,Phil and Ted,,oh and not to forget Rose The donkey alarm clock!" Enjoy Reviewed by Beverley3.8★Mar 2020 "Absolutely rubbish" Reviewed by Teddy1.9★Jan 2020 "What a wonderful holiday break, made very welcome the minute i got out of the van to the moment i left nice and clean cottage and must of thought of everything!" ! nice to explore the local surroundings as well. my dog mutley loved playing with the resident dog "ted" and the donkey "rose" spend many an afternoon watching them all have fun and friendship. cant wait to go back next year! Reviewed by Colin5.0★Nov 2019 "The personal input from the owner was particularly good." Really warm welcome and excellent fruitcake! Reviewed by Jacquie5.0★Sep 2019 "If you want peace and quiet in a small but but lovely furnished cottage with quality fittings, friendly hosts and many additional supprises such as cake, sweets and wine this is the place to be, also our dog loved the fields to explore and meeting Rosie the donkey and Mrs H the peahen." We will be back soon. Reviewed by John5.0★Sep 2019 "The Cow Cott is a lovely single-storey stone built cottage, small and simple but beautifully converted from a small cow-shed with modern facilities for two people to enjoy peace and tranquility in the country." It is set in a non-working farmyard with small barns etc nearby, with access down a farm track and with parking alongside the cottage The hosts, Carol and Phil, live in the farmhouse next door and were charming, going out of their way to make us welcome and comfortable. The cottage is ideal for a dog too with exercise fields on the doorstep, great country and hill walks nearby, and the cottage floor is easy to clean after the inevitable muddy paw-prints! Don't rely on signposts for navigation; few exist, those that do are often hidden in hedgerows, or are non-reflective and don't show up in the dark! OS Map OL13 is essential for enjoying the lanes and footpaths in the area. Rosy the donkey and Mrs Hen the peahen live next to the cottage, and together with dozens of swallows and sparrows swooping around, added an extra-special and lovely dimension to the experience of staying here. There are several dog-friendly pubs near-by offering good food and a reasonable selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes available. It is as well to check opening times as some of these pubs only open in the evening and some do not serve food every day of the week WIFI worked well in the cottage for internet use, and we found 1-2 blobs of signal strength on Vodafone and O2 mobile. To summarise, we loved our holiday here and thank Carol and Phil. Reviewed by John A T5.0★Aug 2019 "The cow cott was very nice ,it was comfortable and cosy." we had every thing we needed .will go again . Reviewed by Allan5.0★Aug 2019 "This is a superb place if you want a retreat." It is off road. quiet, but close enough to places to visit. The overall effect was of simplicity, but with all the amenities you could wish for. The fruit cake was unexpected and delicious !!! Reviewed by Brian5.0★Jul 2019 "Accommodation was very well presented and clean, set in a beautiful rural location away from the hustle and bustle." The owners (Mr & MRs Rickman) could not have been more welcoming and went to the trouble of providing a lovely fruit cake to eat upon our arrival. Plenty of walks locally and lots to do within a short drive of the accommodation. Very relaxing and highly recommended. Reviewed by Brendan5.0★May 2019 "Cow Cot is a delightfully converted farm building in a quiet location." The owners are really hospitable and had a lovely fruit cake made to welcome us. The accommodation was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. We enjoyed a weeks stay and have had our batteries fully recharged. Reviewed by Anne5.0★May 2019 "Fantastic location, wonderful hosts, brilliant property." Weather was the icing in the cake, taljing of cakr the most delicious fruit cake was baked for us by the owner. We will most definitely be going back !! Reviewed by Mark5.0★Feb 2019 "The Cottage is so cosy, so pretty and Phil and Carol the owners very friendly." Loved the donkeys and Ted, the home made cake and the delivery left from Santa. We have booked using Sykes on many occasions but this Cottage is perfect - very highly recommended Reviewed by Trevor5.0★Dec 2018 "Mr & Mrs Rickman were both very nice and helpful." . with plenty of information about local area and events... Reviewed by Richard3.8★Nov 2018 "The owners Carol and Philip were such lovely people and made my stay even more enjoyable." The cottage was very clean and comfortable and I slept really well as the cottage is in a beautiful and peaceful location. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to recharge their batteries and enjoy the stunning countryside and the nearby Brecon Beacons. Reviewed by Annette5.0★Oct 2018 "The Cow Cott is very small, new and tidy and exactly as described." For a couple, in an out of the way place it is great. The farm owners are informative without being intrusive. The farm is delightful and the surrounding countryside outstanding. The walks starting at the farm are just incredible. Go a little further and the Black Mountains, Welsh borders offer superb views, interesting history and truly amazing people. Everyone we met was so friendly. The farm even has a couple of friendly resident donkeys and a peahen. Reviewed by Alan4.7★Oct 2018 "The Cow Cott is an idyllic place to stay." We stayed for the August Bank Holiday and really enjoyed our stay. The cleanliness of the Cow Cott is superb, the facilities are excellent and we had no trouble with the WiFi. Very comfy bed and top quality pillows. You have everything you need to have a comfy stay here. The hosts are very attentive and made myself, my husband and our dog very welcomed, they even baked a delicious fruit cake and placed it on our doorstep -lovely surprise and much needed along with a brew after a long walk! There are some great walks in the area, there’s a ruined castle -Urishay castle just down the road, sadly it’s private so you can’t have a look round but you can see it from the road but there is a ruined church next to it that you can have a look at. The local pubs are dog friendly which helps when you need to stop off for refreshments halfway through your walk! We will definitely be staying here again! Reviewed by Stephanie5.0★Aug 2018 "We were their first visitors." Stayed here for a week with my 5 year old daughter. The place is absolutely beautiful and the owners were just lovely, they baked a lovely fruit cake for our arrival and welcomed us into their home for a cup of tea and a nice chat. The facilities are brilliant and the little kitchen has everything you need to self cater. I really can’t recommend this place enough. It was peaceful and relaxing but there is lots to do in the area. Reviewed by Melissa5.0★Aug 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Open-plan living room with kitchenette, breakfast table and double bed Under counter fridge Fridge freezer available for use in adjacent barn Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Electric central heating TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking Lawned garden with furniture One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 2.3 miles Notes; WiFi is suitable for browsing only. The property This peaceful, romantic retreat in rural Herefordshire is perfect for couples to enjoy a relaxing break in the country. Nestled in the hamlet of Urishay, with wonderful walking routes accessed straight from the doorstep, oozing character from its period stone walls, and positioned just a short distance away from the delightful market town of Hay-on-Wye, this cottage is a delight to stay, at any time of the year. Set in a small courtyard, this one bedroomed open-plan annexe boasts a helpful kitchenette unit, assisting you each morning before you step out on a remarkable adventure in the countryside. There are many restaurants located in the city of Hereford just a 30-minute drive away, along with a local pub and shop a couple of miles from the cottage, if you fancy wining and dining for the evening. The spacious interior comprises all that you need for a pleasant and comfortable visit; you can enjoy breakfast in bed with your loved one or sit at the table resting adjacently, there is also a wall-mounted TV for some light entertainment during your stay. The contemporary shower room just off from here completes the accommodation in a stylish fashion. Listen to the peaceful country surrounds engulfing the property with flourishing countryside, the only sounds to be heard are of a bird tweeting or a donkey braying - a wildlife haven to behold. Sit out in the wild garden and enjoy the calm of outdoors, a set of patio furniture rests in a shaded area of the lawn. Explore the wonderful regions of Shropshire, Worcestershire and The Cotswolds bordering the property with an abundance of attractions and landmarks awaiting your discovery. Enveloped by pretty villages and attractive towns, you won't be stuck for a romantic afternoon of activities. Historic ancient and medieval monuments are within walking distance of the property. The property is also located within an hours drive from Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny and Monmouth. The Black Mountain and Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons) are within 25 miles of the property. This delightful bolt hole offers a sweet escape to you and your other half. View on map About the location HEREFORD Leominster 14 miles. The cathedral city 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 locale – being ideally placed for accessing the Black and White villages of the region, not to mention the delights of neighbouring Shropshire, Worcestershire and The Cotswolds. Famous as a cider producing town, Hereford is also the home of the Mappa Mundi, the largest and most elaborate pre-15th century map in existence, which resides in the cathedral alongside the famous Chained Library – a collection of over 1500 rare books from as early as the 8th century. Nearby is the half timbered town of Leominster, filled with medieval buildings, often overhanging the street, and also accessible is the natural splendour of Symonds Yat, a rocky outcrop on a 5 mile bend of the River Wye, with spectacular views and the opportunity to spot protected peregrine falcons flying from their nests.