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The Colloquy is a fabulous self-catering property with some unique and very special touches. Offering a comfortable, spacious and relaxing environment for unpretentious luxurious self-catering, this is a great place to stay for up to 16 people. Each of the eight bedrooms features its own bathroom, some with roll top baths, some with showers and some with both. All of the walls are adorned with wonderful locally produced art which invokes the feel and features of the Herefordshire and Welsh borders countryside.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2003
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Nearest Train Station or Airport: Leominster Station, Birmingham Airport
Recommended Places to Visit: 11th century Ludlow Castle, Small Breeds farm at Kington - children will love this farm wildlife park full of everything from llamas, owls, goats, to guinea pigs, ducks, mice and rats!. Hereford cathedral with Mappi Mundi - one of the oldest maps in the country and the historic chained library. The lovely border market town of Hay-on-Wye at the foot of the Black Mountains, with a plethora of book and antique shops, and a famour literary festival in May.
Black and White Village Tour - A fascinating tour of all our local black and white timbered and unspoilt villages, including Lyonshall, Pembridge, Eardisland, Weobley etc. Eardisland - Award-winning "Prettiest Village"; Weobley - an extraordinary variety of medieval buildings; Pembridge - don't miss the Market Square and detached Church bell tower; Eardisley - with its giant oak tree; Dilwyn - with its village green surrounded by cottages. Add Kinnersley and Sarnesfield, Lyonshall and Kingsland - and, of course, the two market towns of Kington and Leominster - and you have the key elements of the now famous Black and White Village Trail.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Harp in Old Radnor, The Clive in Ludlow, plus may others.
Local Sports: Walking, cycling, go-karting.