“The Schoolroom was a sheer delight, for two; we spent Christmas at this lovely historic border town in England but only a stone's throw from Wales with brecon beacons, ludlow, black and white villages and gorgeous elan valley very near.”
The historic house was great with views on clear days to bradnor hill, Well equipped (except freezer) with good tv with sky and wide range of books.
Owners very friendly and even put up christmas tree and fairy lights,
Well stocked coop and excellent nisa short walk down one of the many hilly footways, away from traffic, in this stone built village.
We are entranced by the marches this is our sixtieth week spent here in the last 45 years. Mr Lewis the butcher sells super pies
We discovered a Victorian local woman (Ella Leather of Weobley) had collected wax cyclinder recordings in the 1900s of herefordshire folk tunes and carols for Cecil Sharp's English Folk Song Society, two of which RVW transcribed as part of his fantastia on christmas carols in 1912. We listened while there on the pc - magical.