Bakehouse - Self catering holiday cottage in Eardisley, Herefordshire, England - Sleeps 2
Bakehouse is located next to the village Inn, in a lovely black and white village, near to the Welsh border in a wonderful part of England, sometimes called the forgotten county.
Within the village is a grocers store/newsagent, hairdressers, Post Office and two pubs serving food. Public transport to Hereford, Leominster and Kington from the bus stop opposite, and there is also car parking for guests in the yard. The Bakehouse benefits from a garden with barbecue and seats and chairs are also available.
Close by are Hay-on-Wye, made famous for its books and literary festival, the medieval town of Kington on the Offa's Dyke Path, the Mortimer Trail, linking Kington and Ludlow, and the lovely historic city of Hereford with its cathedral and the Mappa. Mundi.
This beautiful area offers a variety of activities and places of interest to suite every taste from 12th and 13th century churches and castles steeped in medieval history to beautiful countryside with rivers, mountains and waterfalls. There are gardens to visit, and for those who enjoy food - organic food, cheese and local produce to sample and enjoy!
For those feeling energetic, local activities include walking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, quilting and motorbiking (on and off road).
- Log Burner
- Near Pub/Restaurant
- Garden/Outside Area
- Bike Storage
- Internet Access
- Golf Facilities Nearby
- Off-Road Parking
- Kingsize Bed
- Accessible via Public Transport
- One en-suite bedroom with zip and link beds providing a double bed or two single beds.
- Seperate toilet.
- Living area with lovely open fire.
Sitting on its own behind the main building, The Bakehouse was built in the Victorian era to bake the bread for the village. The bread was sold from the shop that is now the front room of Arboyne House. The old oven is a feature in what is now the living room of the Bakehouse.
Upstairs, in the place that was the storeroom for sacks of flour, are the kitchen and ensuite bedroom. It is not the oven that heats the building now but a lovely log fire and central heating, making this an ideal holiday retreat at any time of the year.
Additional information: Short breaks are often accommodated so please speak to the owner.
Low Season from £260
Mid Season from £295
High Season from £330
Peak Season £330
Changeover Day: Flexible
Cheque, Credit Card, Bank Transfer
Sleeps 2 people in 1 bedroom (Double/Twin with zip and link beds)
Owner: Peter & Marysia Furlong click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.
Bakehouse joined Independent Cottages in Sep 2006
Last Minute / Late Availability OffersSat, 18 May 2013 for 6 nights - £215
6 nights for the price of 5