A beautiful black and white timbered cottage, dating back to the 1600s and ideally situated in the centre of the pretty village of Weobley, part of Herefordshire's famous Black and White Trail, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
The Queen's Truss is a beautiful black and white timbered cottage, dating back to the 1600s and ideally situated in the centre of the pretty village of Weobley, part of Herefordshire's famous Black and White Trail, and can sleep four people. The cottage has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside there is roadside parking next to the cottage and the village green is directly opposite. The Queen's Truss is a wonderful holiday base, offering something for everyone.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Excellent place to stay in the black and white villages of Herefordshire Weobley is a few miles outside Leominster but there are quite a lot of amenities in the village - shop, pubs, restaurants. It is on the "Black and white trail" and is, in my opinion one of the best villages on the trail, if not the best
The house comfortably sleeps four people. The double bedroom has a very high ceiling, with original beams.
The house lives up to the pictures on tripadvisor and is very comfortable. It is an outstanding example of a black and white building in a village full of them.
We parked on the street outside the house - we never had a problem finding a space.
The house is an object of curiosity to visitors to the village. LightAleCavalier 2017-07-15
Attention to detail This is a beautiful timbered building of great age set in a lovely village. For the money I would expect more detail. The master bedroom is very large and needs a king size bed. Main light fitting in this bedroom full of cobwebs and 3 light bulbs out. Clock in bedroom not working. Beware there's no walk in shower. 21farmwood 2017-06-04
Jekyll and Hyde A Jekyll and Hyde property that has two opposing personalities.
First the good.
This beautiful historic building oozes character and is situated in a lovely village ideally based for exploring areas such as Ludlow, Hereford and surrounding villages. The kitchen appears new and well appointed although the fridge and microwave were found in the hall cupboard. It was clean and tidy with some good facilities such as wi-fi and a slipper bath. The 'welcome basket' containing crisps, sweets and apple juice was a nice touch. The main bedroom boasts a stunning vaulted ceiling.
Now for the ugly.
Our main complaint was that the house was soooo cold. Admittedly we stayed in February, but the current heating arrangements are clearly inadequate for the size of the rooms. The electric wall heaters were pre-set and although they were on 24hrs a day they failed to heat the house. Additional heaters were provided but added little. We spent all of our stay wearing fleeces / jumpers.
The standard size double bed in the main bedroom had two mattresses stacked on one another which resulted in the bed feeling very soft and caused a 'roll into the middle.' My wife and I both suffered back ache after a night in the cold uncomfortable bed and resorted to using the single bed mattresses. We each had to use multiple covers and duvets. Hardly conducive to a romantic break!
A good quality king size bed and mattress would transform this room.
The bathroom window needs a blind to provide some privacy.
We used the bath as a means to warm up but the water ran luke warm before the bath was filled.
I appreciate that this is an old building that has listed status and may have restrictions around central heating and double glazing but can't accept that the best solution is to wear more layers and use more covers.
Any guests considering staying here during cold weather should be warned what to expect. 659martin 2017-02-04
Great location in a peacefull and pretty village. Beautiful period cottage with an excellent master bedroom. Lovely village with pubs and shops only a short walk away. Great place to stay if you like walking and viewing the night sky with no light pollution. Cottage great apart from the following; The second bedroom is small with single beds. The kitchen area has a raised floor which is a trip hazard. The hot water system has a noisy pump, not great if you rise earlier than other guests as it wakes them up if you want a wash. No garden so nowhere to sit out and dine etc. During our stay the One show where filming which proved to be a pleasant distraction! Ian J 2016-08-05
Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Double Beds 1
Twin Beds 1
Details Electric central heating with electric woodburning stove Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel and power included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Roadside parking next to cottage One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Shops, pubs and caf_s 2 mins walk Note: There is no garden with this property but the village green with seating is directly opposite the cottage
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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