Holly Lodge sleeps four to six guests and exudes classic charm perfectly blended by character features. Accessed via an external staircase, this delightful holiday home has a lovely romantic four poster bedroom and a twin bedded room, as well as the option to rent an additional super-king/twin for larger parties or added flexibility.
Offering spacious accommodation, Holly Lodge sits next to the village inn close to the Welsh borders in the pretty 'black and white' Herefordshire village of Eardisley. A beautiful part of England sometimes referred to as 'the forgotten county', this peaceful setting offers all the right ingredients for a relaxing holiday.
The village has two excellent pubs serving food for a meal out, a grocery store/newsagent for provisions and Post Office. There is a bus service to Hereford, Leominster and Kington with the bus stopping opposite Holly Lodge, making it a good holiday choice for those without a car. With a garden for relaxing during the warmer months (including a BBQ and outdoor seating), and cosy welcoming accommodation, Holly Lodge has all year round appeal.
Within easy reach is the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye; the medieval town of Kington on the Offa's Dyke Path; the Mortimer Trail, that links Kington and Ludlow; and the historic city of Hereford with its intriguing cathedral exhibiting the Mappa Mundi.
This picturesque area known for its cider orchards and mistletoe growing in the trees offers plenty of activities and places of interest to visit with something to suite every taste. There are medieval castles, churches that date back to the 12th and 13th century, gardens and stunning countryside with waterfalls, rivers and beautiful views providing a picturesque backdrop to a host of activities. For those who enjoy food, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy organic food, cheese and the finest of local produce, along with outdoor activities to work it off such as walking, cycling (on or off-road), fishing, horse riding, kayaking and all-weather tennis courts just a short walk away in the village.
Mike and Sue Hawthorne joined Independent Cottages in September 2006
Accommodation is within a self-contained part of Arboyne House and comprises:
Additional information: Short breaks are often accommodated so please speak to the owner. Central heating keeps The Lodge warm all year round. Available on a self-catering basis but breakfast can also be arranged with the owner at an additional charge. Free WiFi internet access. A washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer and ironing board/iron is located in a separate wash house for the shared use of guests. Well behaved pets by prior arrangement.
Prices: The price ranges are based on renting two bedrooms. Please refer to the owners website when the third bedroom is rented.
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One night stays and short break deals available. We can accommodate up to 10 guests for self catering or BandB.