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Fabulous Georgian house in pretty village location. En-suite facilities in four bedrooms. Original features with vintage twist. Walks from the doorstep. Many outdoor activities nearby. Large enclosed garden. Monmouth 5 miles. (Ref. 26807)
Spacious holiday home in Herefordshire. Edge of Much Birch village. Woodburners, open fire, five acres of gardens. Ross-on-Wye/Hereford 8 miles. (Ref. 5951)Last booked within the last 2 days
Unusual detached cottage near Pencombe. Spacious private accommodation in rural location. Open fire, two kitchens, large dining room for family celebrations. Ideal base for groups. Bromyard 3 miles. (Ref. 12372)
A unique 18th century inn with Victorian addition, in lovely gardens with hot tub, in Abbey Dore village. Huge drawing room, morning room, dining room, spacious bedrooms. Hereford 12 miles. (Ref. 3674)Last booked yesterday
A magnificent detached Herefordshire cottage in beautiful gardens. Facilities include swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi. Breathtaking views. Lovely walks and cycle routes. Hereford 12 miles. (Ref. 4114)
This beautiful, detached 1930s grand residence is surrounded by extensive gardens and unspoilt countryside. With en-suite bedrooms, a games room and a choice of sitting areas, this property has something for everyone. Hereford 8 miles. (Ref. 935603)
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.
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!
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