This detached cottage in the Herefordshire village of Ewyas Harold sleeps six people in three bedrooms.
This timber clad detached cottage is located close to the Herefordshire village of Abbey Dore and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This detached cottage is located near to the village of Abbey Dore in Herefordshire and can sleep nine people in four bedrooms.
Peterchurch is a delightful village located in Herefordshire’s Golden Valley, just 11 miles from the historic town of Hereford with its impressive cathedral, medieval bridge of the River Wye, and chained library, home to a collection of thousands of ancient books.
This detached barn conversion is set on a 28 acre smallholding on the outskirts of Abbey Dore village, and can accommodate up to ten people in its five bedrooms.
This is an outstanding, detached barn conversion, set in the scattered hamlet of Didley, near Hereford, sleeping 12 people in five bedrooms.
This detached country house is set in 6 acres of grounds in the hamlet of Vowchurch near to Peterchurch in Herefordshire and can sleep twenty four people in nine bedrooms.
This lovely detached former vicarage close to the village of Peterchurch near to Hay-on-Wye and can sleep twelve people in six bedrooms.
This welcoming apartment is situated in the village of Pandy near Abergavenny and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
A detached, ground floor lodge-style cottage in the village of Pandy, South East Wales, with one double bedroom.
This cottage is situated in the village of Peterchurch near Hay-on-Wye and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
The 17th century Yew Tree Barn was tastefully converted in 2013. It is set in a courtyard with the owners farmhouse on a working dairy farm and is elegantly furnished and styled to provide a luxurious home from home. Nestled on the Welsh border, in a peaceful rural location adjacent …
This detached, ground floor barn conversion is near to the village of Peterchurch and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
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