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The smallholding lies in beautiful North Herefordshire countryside, close to the Welsh Marches and Offa's Dyke. The area provides easy access to excellent walking, cycling, fishing and canoeing on the River Wye is available locally with several companies offering hire by the hour, half or full days. Eardisley is also on the historic black and white village trail offering opportunities to visit the many beautiful Herefordshire villages.
The Old Barn sleeps 6 in great comfort with 2 ensuite bathrooms and a downstairs toilet. The property provides an ideal romantic setting for couples, as well as family and friends parties. Two well behaved dogs are welcome. The Old Barn is quite separate from the Granary cottage, but they can be booked together to provide accommodation for a group of 10, and are ideal for multi generation family gatherings affording both shared and separate space.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2008
The Old Barn is furnished to a very high standard, with a wonderful wood burning stove in the large comfortable sitting room, a modern, fully fitted kitchen with good quality comfortable furnishings, fittings and bed linen. We aim to provide guests with the kind of experience that we look for ourselves in self catering holiday accommodation: luxury, comfort, warmth, attention to detail, good reading material, detailed information about the local Herefordshire area and recommendations about pubs and restaurants. Children are always welcome and will enjoy exploring the smallholding and meeting our animals. A welcome breakfast pack of local Herefordshire produce is provided for guests on arrival, and we can provide a final farmhouse breakfast in our house prior to your departure.
We are 4 star rated by the Tourist Board.
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Excellent area for waling and cycling. Lots of places of historic interest, including black and white villages and Ludlow. Close to Hay on Wye, famous for its book shops and annual literary festival.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Hereford
Recommended Places to Visit: Ludlow for a magical historic location with a castle and many quaint old buildings, Hereford for the Cathedral and Shopping Croft Castle and gardens which offers a good day out for all members of the family.
Annual Events: Hay literary festival late may early June, Royal Welsh show in July, Brecon jazz festival in August, Abergavenny food festival in September, Ludlow food festival in September.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Stagg inn at Titley, The Tram Inn Eardisley, Foyles in Glasbury, The River Cafe in Glasbury, Jules in Weobley, Lal Bagh Weobley Red Indigo, Hay on Wye The Swan Bistro Hay on Wye, The Cider Barn in Pembridge.
Local Sports: golf, riding, mountain biking, canoeing fishing and go karting
The black and white village of Eardisley is located approximately 1 mile away from us. The village has an excellent pub serving superb value for money food. Children and dogs welcome