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The Bakehouse is a romantic retreat for two, ideally located next to the village inn close to the Welsh borders in the pretty 'black and white' Herefordshire village of Eardisley. As the name suggests, The Bakehouse used to supply the village with bread, and today still retains lots of character with the original bread oven in the sitting room and beams on the ceiling. A beautiful part of England, often known as ‘The Welsh Marches’, this peaceful setting offers all the right ingredients for a relaxing holiday. There is a pretty large garden (with fabulous views that stretch as far as the Black Mountains) where guests can relax, read or use the creative studio for art and crafts.
The village has two excellent pubs serving food for a meal out, a grocery store/newsagent for provisions and Post Office. There is a large courtyard for parking and storage space for bikes, canoes and fishing tackle. With its own sunny patio and Arboyne House’s garden for relaxing during the warmer months (including a BBQ and outdoor seating), and a log burner for winter breaks, The Bakehouse has all year round appeal.
Eardisley is within easy reach of the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye; the medieval town of Kington on the Offa's Dyke Path; 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 suit every taste. There are medieval castles, churches that date back to the 12th and 13th century, gardens and stunning countryside with dingles, 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.
Trip advisor recommended.
Mike and Sue Hawthorne joined Independent Cottages in September 2006
Full of Victorian charm, The Bakehouse is nicely tucked away behind the main property. As the name suggests, it was once used for baking bread and still today features the lovely original oven in the sitting room which adds to the nostalgic charm of the cottage.
Accommodation and facilities comprise:
Additional information: Short breaks are often accommodated so please speak to the owner. Central heating keeps the cottage warm all year round and the log burner adds to the appeal of this cottage. Well behaved pets by prior arrangement. 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.
|Season||Weekly Rate||Short Breaks|
Fri, 1st Apr 2022 - Fri, 30th Sep 2022
Changeover: Any Day, Min Nights: 2
Short break prices:
2 nights: £220 | 3 nights: £290 | 4 nights: £330 | 5 nights: £360 | 6 nights: £390
Sat, 1st Oct 2022 - Fri, 11th Nov 2022
Changeover: Any Day, Min Nights: 1
Short break prices:
1 nights: £110 | 2 nights: £210 | 3 nights: £210 | 4 nights: £320 | 5 nights: £320 | 6 nights: £365
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We want you to be safe as well as happy during your stay, and we have followed and will adhere to all the Covid -19 Government guidance for your protection. In addition we are leaving a day between bookings to enable a deeper clean. We look forward to welcoming you.
Special short break prices.
We have flexible accommodation for up to 10 guests for self catering or BandB.
| Sun, 18 Sep 2022 for 7 nights, £360
Save £30. 7 nights for the cost of 5. Great base to explore the Welsh Borders, Wye Valley and Herefordshire or relax in the cottage garden with views to the Brecon Beacon National Park.
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