Excellent leisure facilities include:
This all combines to make The Lodge the ultimate venue for a short - or long - break with family and friends. Alternatively, the state-of-the-art electronic presentation screen in the dining room, wi-fi internet connection and huge oak table seating up to 24 make it the perfect venue for a corporate/team-building exercise or even a board meeting.
First available for holiday rentals in the summer of 2007, following a 6 month refurbishment project, this impressive country house has now been fully updated to offer stylish, high quality accommodation, whilst retaining charming original features, such as elegant fireplaces, intricate architraves and the oak-panelled dining room. The aim was to combine the best of the historical features with those all-important modern touches, which have been combined to produce a welcoming modern country house. Feedback from our guests has confirmed that we’ve achieved exactly that with more than a touch of the Wow factor added in. The walls throughout the house are painted a warm shade of cream and the soft furnishings and carpets have been chosen in complementary warm yet neutral tones making this a luxurious, calming and tranquil place to stay. Each of the 3 reception rooms has a Flatscreen TV, 2 have lovely warming open fires and a Sky TV connection, and there are 2 TEAC CD/ipod players and a PS3 console for your entertainment. There is plenty of seating available to accommodate 30 guests in total across the 3 reception rooms but if you want some time alone, there are plenty of quiet seating areas to be found in the house and garden.
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Burton Court with costume exhibition and natural history specimens, and licensed for civil weddings. Eastnor castle with it's aboretum, maze and adventure playground, 12th century Goodrich Castle, Gradma Peggy's sweet shop and family life museum in Ross-on-wye, Croft Gardens with 4000 rare shrubs and trees, The Judge's Lodging in Hereford (top 10 museum award 2004/05), Kington Small Breeds farm park and owl centre, The Amazing Hedge Puzzle at Symonds Yat, Berrington Hall, Broadfield Court gardens and vineyard, Bromyard Downs Pottery, Cider Museum and King Offa Distillery in Hereford, Court Farm and Leisure in Tillington for mountain-boarding, fishing, play area, farm shop and pick-your-own soft fruits, Croft Castle near Leominster, Dick Whittinton Farm Park in Longhope, Lawton Hall Herb nursery in Eardisland, Mappa Mundi and the Chained Library in Hereford Cathedral, The Chapel Gallery in Pembridge, Queenswood Arboretum and Country Park in Dinmore Hill for 500 unusual trees, Frome Valley Vineyard for tours and tastings, The Malvern Hills for walking, mountain-biking and paragliding, Worcester City for it's famous porcelain, Sudeley Castle, the races at Cheltenham and Hereford, Weston's Cider ner Ledbury/Ross-on-Wye for Shire horse drey rides, children's farm and playground
Recommended Places to Visit: Ross-on-Wye, Worcester, Ludlow, Cotswolds,
Annual Events: Early September annual River Blessing Festival in Eardisland, Dore Abbey music festival, Goodrich Castle easter egg hunt and organised events throughout the year, Hergest Croft Gardens spring flower fair and autumn plant fair, Easter egg hunt at Berrington Hall, seasonal exhibitions at the Chapel Gallery in Pembridge, Ross-on-Wye Literary Festival, Spring and Autumn shows at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Nags Head in Canon Pyon, The Wellington in Wellington, The Stagg Inn in Titley
Local Sports: Coarse fishing, mountain boarding, golf, cycling
Please visit the Owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in .