Hoarwithy is a pretty village perfectly placed for exploring the surrounding region of Herefordshire.
This semi-detached cottage sits near the village of Little Dewchurch in Herefordshire, it can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Large open plan sitting room with sofa bed (for + 2) well equipped modern kitchen and dining area. Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom/WC. Twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom/WC (shower over bath).
Large open plan sitting room with sofa bed (for + 2) well equipped kitchen and dining area. Twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom/WC and separate flush to floor shower cubicle with seat.
This beautiful, detached, 17th century farmhouse renovation in Bolstone, near Little Dewchurch and Hereford, can sleep fifteen people in six bedrooms.
Bramley Cottage lies in the heart of the Wye Valley in the small hamlet of Pencoyd. This luxury cottage set in its own garden, is only five miles from picturesque Ross-on-Wye and near to the cathedral town of Hereford, famous for the Mappa Mundi and the tradition of cider making. Herefordshire, …
This impressive detached house in Much Birch sleeps twenty people in nine bedrooms.
This barn conversion is situated close to the village of Ross-on-Wye near Symonds and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
A lovely, semi-detached character barn conversion located close to the bustling riverside town of Ross-on-Wye.
This charming, semi-detached character barn conversion is located just a short drive from the bustling riverside town of Ross-on-Wye can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
This single-storey barn conversion on the edge of St Weonards sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
This well-designed barn conversion is situated in the town of Netherton near Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
This beautiful stone cottage adjoining the owner's home is located 1 mile from Fownhope, in Herefordshire and sleeps three people in two bedrooms.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Hoarwithy area (opens new window)