This characterful Grade II listed cottage lies in the medieval village of Eardisley, renowned for its peaceful countryside, with walking, cycling, and birdwatching opportunities close by.
Oak beams and a woodburning stove fill the property with charm and tradition, making it a welcoming base for couples or travellers to truly relax.
Begin your stay by spending some quality time in the lounge; a formation elevated by exposed stonework and original ceilings, which contrasts but compliments the light, airy feel of the room.
The well-equipped kitchen has an enchanting twist, with modern units and sleek counter tops for a well-rounded finish.
You will look forward to returning here with your loved ones, discussing those up and coming plans, whilst appreciating the well put-together interior.
The same sense of charm and tranquillity continues through to the double bedrooms, each layered with more thoughtful decorative touches and soothing purple tones.
A good night’s sleep will set you up for the eventful day ahead, with many walks, open fields and the amazing great oak tree making up the wonderful countryside.
There is full access to the front of the property, with a country-style garden and a small patio area where you can settle down with a refreshing drink.
Only 15 miles from the cathedral city of Herefordshire, many historic buildings are worth exploring including the notable Cider Museum and an organic cider and cheese farm rests 3-5 miles away, where you can spend some relaxing time tasting the wonderful flavours of Hereford.
Also within easy reach is the delightful town of Hay-on-Wye, with its numerous book shops, craft shops and antique shops, bringing you a unique holiday experience.
About the location
Kington 5 miles; Hay-on-Wye 7 miles; Hereford 14 miles.
The delightful medieval village of Eardisley, located between Kington and Hay-on-Wye, is part of Herefordshire's famous Black & White Village Trail. It boasts many early 16th century black and white cottages, a 12th century Norman church with a unique font, two pubs and village shop. The whole area is renowned for its beautiful countryside, which provides excellent walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing and canoeing in the nearby River Wye. The small town of Kington is only 5 miles away, with a number of good shops, pubs, restaurants and a variety of tourist attractions close by, including Eastnor Castle, Hergest Croft Gardens, the Offa's Dyke Path, the Mortimer Trail and the lovely walk to Hergest Ridge, the inspiration for the music of both Elgar and Mike Oldfield. Also within easy reach is the delightful town of Hay-on-Wye, with its numerous book shops, craft shops and antique shops, and the ancient city of Hereford with its impressive Norman cathedral and famous Mappa Mundi, a 13th Century cartographer's interpretation of the world. A truly delightful holiday location!