Herefordshire Cottages

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    The Byre: A charming barn converted annexe on the grounds of the owners' home, 2.5 miles from Bodenham in Herefordshire. Large shared garden. Open plan living. Beautiful rural location. Hereford 9 miles. (Ref. 962931)

    7 nights from £299

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    Stable Annex: A cosy barn conversion set in the countryside surroundings of Netherton, Ross-on-Wye. Open plan dining room. Wood burning stove. Rural views. (Ref. 962612)

    7 nights from £297

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    1 Cambria Cottages: Ground floor cottage in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Woodburning stove. Lovely garden with summer house and pond. Madley 3.6 miles. (Ref. 961531)

    7 nights from £274

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    Eightlands: A heart-warming and charming cottage set in the heart of Hereford. Open plan accommodation, Mezzanine. Woodburning stove. Leominster 14 miles. (Ref. 955911)

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    7 nights from £334

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    The Granary: Ideal romantic retreat in rural Herefordshire. Open plan. Spiral staircase takes you to a master bedroom with en-suite facilities. Shared use of owner's swimming pool. Walking from doorstep. Peterchurch 4 miles. (Ref. 952949)

    7 nights from £264

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    The Bothy: Charming character cottage in secluded location in unspoilt Herefordshire countyrside. Ross-on-Wye less than 3 miles, Hereford 15 miles. Pub 1 mile and shop 2 miles. (Ref. 942403)

    7 nights from £319

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    Hayloft: This beautiful all first floor barn conversion is on the owner's 50 acre working farm. Lovely walks and cycle paths. Pet friendly, livery for two horses on request, bike storage. Ideal for a romantic break. Leominster 13 miles. (Ref. 940499)

    7 nights from £237

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    The Apple Store: This charming all ground floor barn conversion is in the pretty village of Whitchurch. With easy access to the Royal Forest of Dean and the River Wye, this is a fantastic base. Pet-friendly, enclosed garden, bike storage. Symonds Yat 1 mile. (Ref. 937758)

    7 nights from £291

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    High Rising Cottage: A delightful detached stone cottage, on the outskirts of the lovely village of Linton. A romantic hideaway close to the Forest of Dean and complete with a king-size bed, a warming woodburner and off road parking. Ross-on-Wye 6 miles. (Ref. 937097)

    7 nights from £288

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    The Smithy: Grade II listed, detached Black and White cottage situated in the village of Lucton, close to Yarpole and Mortimers Cross, in Herefordshire. Original features and woodburning stove. WiFi and off road parking. Pet-friendly. Mortimers Cross 1.1 miles. (Ref. 934782)

    7 nights from £275

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Just Show Me Herefordshire Cottages

Welcome to the 'land of milk and honey', England's truly rural county and our pick of Herefordshire holiday cottages.

Picture gloriously green countryside, where rolling hills and meandering valleys combine with rich, fertile soil. Sturdy Hereford cattle, known for their prime beef cuts, graze the meadows, while orchards bring 'pick your own' - a fun, healthy and tasty pastime for families self-catering in Herefordshire. Grown-ups (especially those with bikes) can sample the Cider Trail, a twenty-mile route around the region's top cider-makers. Swap apples for art and check out the local workshops, displaying unique creations ideal for that special keepsake.Or, enjoy an afternoon romp with 'Rex' in the Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum, Herefordshire's only designated country park.

Another must is the Black and White Trail, a picturesque journey around Herefordshire's exquisite, half-timbered villages, some dating back to medieval times. Or what about a tour of the Iron Age camps or string of hilltop castles along the border with Wales? Explore the bustling market towns of Ross-on-Wye, Leominster, Ledbury, Kington and Bromyard, as well as the City of Hereford with its magnificent Norman cathedral. Discover historic mansions and beautiful gardens such as Lower Brockhampton and Berrington Hall.

Outdoor fun from your Herefordshire accommodation

Expect wonderful walking, the kind that promises stunning natural surroundings - the Offa's Dyke Path, Mortimer Trail, Fairlands Valley Park, Black Mountains, Wye Valley, Malvern Hills. Or set out on the water, a river cruise perhaps or tackling the rapids at Symonds Yat. Fishing, cycling, riding and golf - the list goes on.

Add year-round festivals - cider making, poetry, music, walking or even the Hay Festival of Literature & the Arts just across the border.

If you already know where in Herefordshire you would like to stay, please click on the appropriate area of the map to find holiday cottages in that location. Including cottages throughout the county of Herefordshire, including Ross-On-Wye, Hay-On-Wye, Hereford and many other towns and villages.

Sample the best of the Great British countryside and book a cottage in Herefordshire soon!

Take a look at our range of dog-friendly properties in Herefordshire here.