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Holiday Cottages In Herefordshire

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With its rolling hills and delicious local produce, Herefordshire is just the ticket for a cottage holiday. This county has the perfect combination for a relaxing rural getaway; beautiful villages, fresh air and an impressive choice of holiday cottages.

Year round you’ll find festivals, events and activities to please your whole group. From horse riding to the Hay Festival we are sure you won’t be disappointed. If you need a break, the markets are well stocked with wonderfully local fare to enjoy back at your holiday cottage. Perhaps most famous of all, Herefordshire is known for its long standing, top-class cider production. Here you’ll find the home of Bulmers; the largest cider mill in the world!

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Holiday Cottages In Herefordshire

More Herefordshire Cottages

With its rolling hills and delicious local produce, Herefordshire is just the ticket for a cottage holiday. This county has the perfect combination for a relaxing rural getaway; beautiful villages, fresh air and an impressive choice of holiday cottages.

Year round you’ll find festivals, events and activities to please your whole group. From horse riding to the Hay Festival we are sure you won’t be disappointed. If you need a break, the markets are well stocked with wonderfully local fare to enjoy back at your holiday cottage. Perhaps most famous of all, Herefordshire is known for its long standing, top-class cider production. Here you’ll find the home of Bulmers; the largest cider mill in the world!

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in herefordshire.

  1. George

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was delightful ! A stone barn conversion set in private gardens with open views over lovely undulating countryside. The owners did an amazing job with the renovation retaining many original features and finishing to a high standard. Although it was quite petite it felt spacious being open plan downstairs apart from the bathroom. The underfloor heating (5*!) and rustic fire created a warm cosy ambience much appreciated in February! Upstairs there were two lovely light warm rooms with exposed beams galore and beautiful views. Ample room in the double bedroom whilst the second room was a comfortable, restful lounge with books, maps and brochures of the area provided. The sofa converts into a double bed I believe. The cottage is set in the National Trust Bircher Common with a wealth of walks on your doorstep with glorious views. NB Useful to have wellies in case of wet weather. . Croft Castle is within walking distance whilst NT Berrington Hall is close by. During our stay we did a tour of the Black and White Villages - gorgeous architecture ! - and a hike up the stunning Cardingmill Valley ( also NT with a pleasant cafe with log fire and sofas and books to browse ) plus a day trip to the glorious Élan Valley in mid Wales .Close by, Ludlow is one of our favourite towns in England with beautiful architecture and loads of good eateries. So, overall loads to do and places to visit in this, arguably our favourite areas in rural Britain - whatever the weather ! - and a delightful little cottage to snuggle into in the evenings! Wonderful memories !"
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  2. Kate

    Verified purchase

    "We loved S43633. It has everything you need to be warm and comfortable - plenty of hot water, decent cooker, sharp kitchen knives, under-floor heating, an enclosed garden to keep the dog in, nice furniture on the terrace - and has some lovely extras, including dressing gowns, a selection of home-made preserves (the pickled pears were especially tasty), and tea, coffee, salt, pepper, oil. The cottage itself has been very nicely renovated, and although it is quite small we didn't feel confined. The big patio door was particularly pleasant as even in November it let in lots of light. The south-facing terrace was quite a sun-trap and we were able to sit outside (in coats) and enjoy the fresh air and quiet.We really appreciated being able to go on long walks from the door. Bircher Common is beautiful, and Croft Castle and park, which is just a short walk away, is even more beautiful. We recommend the walk up to Fort Ambrey and along Fishponds. Dogs will have to be on leads in places, but there are plenty of opportunities for off-lead romping.The cottage is at the end of a long track, and while this is part of its charm, it's a good idea to take the friendly owners up on their offer to come to fetch you from the road if you are going to be arriving after dark. Seriously."
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  3. Jamie

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely tranquil getaway. The cottage was very clean, comfy and packed with character. Lovingly cared for and furnished. The kitchen has everything you need to self-cater but no washing machine (worth bearing in mind when packing). Bob and Jo next door were very helpful and friendly, and no at all intrusive. The cottage is on a road but very quiet and we loved the peaceful evenings. Orleton was ideally located for Ludlow and exploring the hills. So much to do see in this part of the world. Can recommend Titterstone Clee Hill and Mortimer Forest if you like walking. Ludlow Castle and Berrington Hall were great too (kids loved the dressing up, croquet and boating on the lake there). Dog friendly cottage but you are not meant to leave the dog unattended (not mentioned in the property description but worth knowing). One of the village pubs is closed for now (Boot Inn) and we had a nightmare at the Baker's Arms (but has good reviews).Overall a great week, relaxing and active at the same time with a fabulous base that felt like a home away from home."
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  4. Susan

    Verified purchase

    "A well equipped cottage with walks from the doorstep. Derek and Jayne go the extra mile with little extras and welcome pack to ensure a home from home experience. Even when the weather changed the cottage was warm without the need to use the fan heater provided. Derek and Jayne are very approachable and I enjoyed our chats regarding the National Trust and some of the history of the cottage. The enclosed garden is dog friendly and Derek pointed out I could take him for longer walks around the rest of his property but with the common just behind the cottage we never did. The first day on the common we spotted a roe deer and in the evening looked at the numerous stars whilst listening to the owls close by. A perfect relaxing holiday.The local pub serves excellent meals and Ludlow provides retail therapy if required. The park and ride is served by a half hour service and if your not at the bus stop it does not wait.The track is rough but I was driving a Peugeot 207 and had no difficulty at all."
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  5. Richard

    Verified purchase

    "We had a very enjoyable stay at Acorns cottage and very much enjoyed the welcome extended to us through the goodies that were left for us by Jayne and Derek. If you are after walking breaks(and we are)this is the perfect area for you. Don't plan on taking the car in and out too often as the approach is not car friendly!I was a little disappointed by the cleanliness as there were a fair number of cobwebs around the cottage and a sewage type smell when we arrived.(this did disappear after a day or so). The underfloor heating was perfect downstairs but this warmth didn't reach the upstairs area which was a shame. An electric heater was provided.None of this in any way put us off staying in the cottage and we would definitely stay again if we are ever in the area again"
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