This charming property is a wing of the owner's 17th century farmhouse, on their working farm near Leominster, with two double bedrooms accommodating four people.
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This semi-detached cottage is in the village of Stoke Prior near Leominster in Herefordshire and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
A former Cider House converted to a high standard of comfort in rural North Herefordshire. Excellent centre for Leominster 5 miles, Ludlow 8 miles. National Trust properties and open gardens near by. Leysters has medieval church, magnificent views, many footpaths and country …
This spacious detached property is on a working farm near Pencombe in Herefordshire, and sleeps 22 in 9 bedrooms.
This detached 1930's residence is surrounded by extensive gardens in the village of Bodenham and the property sleeps up to 37 guests in 11 bedrooms.
This single storey cottage sleeps up to four people in one bedroom, on a working farm in Herefordshire.
This semi-detached barn conversion is on a working farm in Herefordshire, and sleeps six people in three bedrooms.
This detached cottage located three miles from Tenbury Wells sleeps six people in three bedrooms.
This beautifully-appointed first floor apartment is situated next to the owners? home, one mile from the small village of Norton and less than three miles from the market town of Bromyard and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Open plan sitting/dining room with wooden floor and well equipped kitchen area. Double bedroom with 5 bed. Twin bedded room. Bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle.
This charming, detached house in Monkland near Leominster sleeps ten people in five bedrooms.
This lovely single storey holiday cottage in Herefordshire is near the quiet village of Orleton and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
This luxury 18th century, Grade II listed first floor cottage is located in the village of Westhope amongst apple orchards in the owners' grounds, and can sleep two people in one master bedroom.
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