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Canoe down the River Wye, or rock climb at Symonds Yat, Cycle around the Black and White villages of Herefordshire, sampling the local cider as you go. Visit the lovely market towns of Ledbury or Leominster, not forgetting the see the famous Mappa Mundi in Hereford Cathedral.

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Barn in Herefordshire 4

Longtown, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £1031 Availability

Enjoying an enviable location at the foot of the Black Mountains and within walking distance of the village centre renowned for its village store and 12th century Norman Castle. This peaceful part of the National Park offers some of the best walking within the area from your doorstep, explore the Black Mountains and join the Offa s Dyke pathway where you can follow the ridge all the way across to the Hay Bluff. Ideal for touring with the market town of Abergavenny with a regular farmers market and food festival, Crickhowell nestled within the Usk Valley and Hay on Wye with an eclectic range of book shops that all celebrate the book festivals throughout the year, make the most of the Herefordshire Countryside and follow the Great Cider Route, or join in the many local produce festivals. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). Set at the foot of the Black Mountains with uninterrupted views across the Hatterrall Ridge and surrounding farmland, this beautifully restored barn with a contemporary twist blends well into the rugged landscape. Step inside the entrance hall where you can leave the day behind and still enjoy the this magnificent landscape from the glass corridor that will lead you into the contemporary part of the conversion, here you have open plan living where you can relax, cook and dine whilst enjoying the views from the glazed lounge area. Relax with friends in front of the wood burner, there is space for dining if you chose to eat in and a contemporary kitchen that will impress the best of chefs well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee machine and dishwasher. There is also a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. So, when the day is done you will find a spacious bedroom on the ground floor, this is a king size zip and link with stunning views and TV. There is also a shower room with WC on this floor. Climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find one bedroom, a king size zip and link with stunning views and TV, there is also a bathroom with separate shower and WC. Outside the cottage conversion offers an uninterrupted landscape with patio area where you can relax in the private hot tub, the black skies are some of the best in the UK. There is a table and chairs for dining and BBQ. There is off road parking for two cars and bike storage.

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Monmouth, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £1902 Availability

The barn is situated on a working farm where guests can step out and enjoy the farm walk and well way marked footpaths. Close by is the peaceful rural village of St Weonards with a well stocked village store and for fine dining and traditional ales The new Inn at Owens Cross. For walkers, Garaway Hill is within easy reach and said to be one of the most beautiful places in Herefordshire, where on a clear day you can enjoy views across five counties whilst enjoying the local wildlife. Also, within easy reach the Offa s Dyke, you will find Wye Valley Way and the Forest of Dean, as well as horse riding and kayaking which are available on the River Monnow and River Wye. The vibrant town of Monmouth offers shops, pubs, and restaurants, and the surrounding area has many castles including Monmouth, Goodrich & Raglan Castles. Enjoy the sweeping driveway with views across the wildlife lake before arriving at the barn. The barn is situated within a rural setting on a working farm. There are steps up to a terrace where you have access to a covered front door where there is space to hang coats and a wooden wellington stand for boots. Step inside to the generously sized hallway, to the right you will access the open plan living space, purposely designed for entertaining whilst enjoying the stunning waterside views. For relaxing you can sink back into the soft leather chesterfield sofas, enjoy a movie on the smart TV or simply catch up with friends. For a quiet afternoon with a good book, there are two armchairs set peacefully towards the views. For dining, a solid wooden table with high back chairs takes centre stage. The contemporary kitchen will test the best of chefs and offers an induction hob, double wall mounted ovens, a built in microwave, fridge, and wine chiller. For food preparation a spacious utility room with an American fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. There is also a ground floor WC. So, when the day is done you will find four bedrooms within the barn all the bedrooms have been finished with touches of luxury to include beautiful bed linen, dressing gowns, and complimentary toiletries. Two bedrooms are situated on the ground floor. A king size with TV and en suite shower and WC, and a king size zip and link (that can be made into twin 2ft 6 beds on request when booking) with TV and en suite shower and WC. On the first floor there are two bedrooms. A king size with TV and en suite bathroom with bath, separate shower, and WC and a king size zip and link (that can be made into twin 2ft 6 beds on request when booking) with TV and en suite shower and WC. Outside guests can enjoy the garden terrace that has been created for relaxing and entertaining, complete with garden furniture to include a dining table and chairs and outdoor sofa. There is also a BBQ available. Guests are welcome to explore the farm with a well signposted farm walk available. There is off road parking for three cars and storage for bikes.

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Presteigne, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £816 Availability

Set within Herefordshire countryside with plenty to explore on foot, a haven for enthusiastic walkers with access to waymarked footpaths from your front door to include a farm walk where you can explore the immediate area. Situated close to the Welsh Boarder and Shropshire where you can enjoy the Elan valley, Back Mountains and Shropshire hills. There are many villages and market towns to include Hay on Wye, famous for its book shops and festivals and Hereford, with its cathedral, Mappa Mundi and Chained Library are close. There are many National Trust properties including The Weir Gardens, Croft Castle and Berrington Hall to name a few. A variety of festivals run throughout the year such as The Three Choirs, Ludlow Food Festival and Bishops Castle Folk Festival. Enjoying an elevated location and sympathetically restored to blend into the countryside, a clever mix of natural stone, wooden cladding and corrugated iron offer a contemporary twist. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised by the high rolling ceilings, exposed wooden frame and stunning views across the farm and countryside. The living space is open plan and perfect for catching up with friends after a day exploring. The lounge area is warmed by a wood burner perfect for lounging in front the Smart TV and DVD. For dining a generously sized table and chairs where you can enjoy a hearty supper. The kitchens dark green units and white marble work tops finish the room, well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is a useful utility room with washing machine and separate WC. This single storey barn has two bedrooms each situated at each end of the barn. A king size zip and link (which can be made into a 2ft 6" twin on request) with en suite shower over bath and WC. A king size zip and link (which can be made into a 2ft 6" twin on request) with en suite shower and WC. If you require a highchair or cot please request at time of booking. Outside to the rear of the barn accessed via the stone steps, a terraced area set with wooden benches where you can enjoy the evening sun whilst enjoying the views. There is off road parking for two cars.

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Hay-on-Wye Town, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £549 Availability

The granary s location enjoys the best of both rural and town life. It sits on a working smallholding, where you can meet sheep and enjoy fresh Wye produce. Head off for a countryside walk along the banks of the River Wye, or even a shallow paddle. When you re ready for some culture, the vibrant literary hub of Hay on Wye is less than a mile s stroll, home of events and hang outs for wordsmiths. There s even a 12th century castle if you fancy taking in some Welsh history. The property itself is a sweet, traditional stone granary, but renovated in a contemporary country style. Head up a set of external steps to reach the living space: a long open plan space leading from a comfy, relaxing lounge to a kitchen and dining area. Here you have everything you need to create romantic meals for two, and enjoy them at the dining table with the light of the valley washing through the space. The living area leads into the sleeping area, separated by a curtain, complete with a super king size bed. Here, you can unwind in peaceful, romantic surroundings, looking out over the River Wye. Outside the property, revel in the country air. The balcony faces the fields of this active smallholding and has outdoor furniture so you can enjoy an al fresco drink as the sun sets.

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Hay-on-Wye Town, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £693 Availability

The barn sits on the land of a working smallholding, so your first holiday activity may well be sampling the fresh produce. Head off for a mile s walk into the heart of Hay on Wye, browse independent shops and cafes, attend a literary event, and soak in the town s bookish history. Or take a stroll around Hay Castle, a 12th century medieval fort and 17th century mansion, before stretching your legs on one of the many walks that wind into the Brecon Beacons National Park. The barn itself has been thoughtfully and stylishly converted. The rooms flow into one another, in an open plan yet cosy design, brought together with natural tones and traditional details, like the flagstone floor. The main space is a bright sitting room, where you ll find elegant seating, a wood burner and TV, and French doors leading out to the patio. The kitchen is a sweet space with a dining table, perfect for romantic meals. Walk through and you ll come to your shower room and luxurious king size bedroom, dressed with vintage French furniture and with an inspiring view of the fields to wake up to. Outside the barn, you have your own patio area with a BBQ so you can sit out in the fresh air and enjoy your morning coffee before heading into town.

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Leominster, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £645 Availability

The small hamlet of Eye sits within the Herefordshire countryside close to the Shropshire and Welsh borders, an area that is steeped in history, within walking distance of the National Trust Berrington Hall and just 5 miles from Croft Castle. A well trodden footpath will take you into Luston where you can enjoy food at the local pub. Nearby is the vibrant market town of Leominster renowned for its local antique and curiosity shops, and a short drive leads you to the cathedral city of Hereford. Just over the border is the market town of Ludlow with its medieval castle and its bustling farmers market and food centre bursting with local produce. Further afield is The Elan Valley, Offa s Dyke, and The Black Mountains. Take some time to enjoy the views before you step down into a courtyard, landscaped with reclaimed wood and seasonal planting along with the cedar clad exterior which blends well into the surroundings. Step inside the hallway and enjoy the simple artwork of the local market towns and places of interest. The accommodation offers open plan living within the original shell of a farm building, you can relax with friends in the cosy lounge in front of the wood burner. For dining, the round table and chairs are perfect for a hearty supper of local produce whilst you enjoy the views. The kitchen area will test the best of chefs, cool and contemporary with an induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, and an island where you can keep the chef amongst you company. There is a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. So, when the day is done you will find the two bedrooms, a king size with TV and another king size enjoying countryside views. There is a bathroom with bath, separate walk in rain water shower and WC. For additional storage there is also a cupboard in the hallway. Outside the barn has been cleverly landscaped, to the rear you can enjoy uninterrupted views whilst you sit and dine. To the front is a courtyard with seating. There is ample off road parking and bike storage available.

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Dorstone, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £837 Availability

With glorious panoramic views over the Wye Valley, this rural retreat puts you in the heart of some great walking country, with local footpaths running nearby and the Herefordshire Trail, Three Rivers Ride, Wye Valley Walk and Offa s Dyke Path all within easy reach. Alternatively, you can explore the region by canoe or by mountain bike both of which are available to hire locally or travel further afield to hike in the Black Mountains. For less energetic adventures, the literary streets of Hay on Wye lie 3 miles to the west, where you will find great bookshops, antique shops, galleries and boutiques, and plenty of pubs, restaurants and cafes to enjoy. Originally dating from the late 1700s, this comfortably converted farmhouse and barn have been restored to retain their period charm, with oak beams and exposed wood throughout. The farmhouse has a well equipped kitchen with everything you need to cater for your stay, with a dining table that allows you to share a meal together. Two stone steps take you down to the spacious sitting room, complete with both a wood burning stove and storage heater to remove the chill from cooler days and create a cosy atmosphere for warm nights curled up in front of the TV. The property s ground floor also has a bathroom with a bath and shower. Up the main stairs you will find three of the bedrooms, comprising a king size room, a bunk room, and a double room which can be made into 2 small singles. At the opposite end of the cottage is a second twin room (with 2 6 beds), which is reached up steep ladder stairs, so is only suitable for more agile guests. The property also benefits from a separate barn conversion, which contains its own kitchen, dining area, lounge and shower room, and is ideal for a couple who want their own space at the end of the day. However, as steep ladder stairs lead up to the gallery bedroom with double bed, the annexe will not suit those with limited mobility. Set within large gardens, there is plenty of outdoor space for guests to enjoy, so you can dine alfresco. At 300 metres above sea level the property s elevated position offers outstanding views across the Wye Valley and Herefordshire, but it does mean that the shared track leading to the door is quite steep. While there is ample parking immediately outside, drivers of vehicles with low clearance may prefer to use the off road parking area at the bottom of the track and walk up. This may also be preferable in less clement weather conditions.

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Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £44 Availability

Set in the peaceful hamlet of Llanwarne, within the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, this is a property where you can enjoy a wealth of walking from your front door. Garway Hill is close by, where on a clear day, you can enjoy views across five counties as well as keeping an eye out for the local wildlife. Also, within easy reach is the Wye Valley Way, Offa s Dyke and the Forest of Dean. If you are looking for more challenging hikes and climbs, head to the Brecon Beacons National Park or visit Hay on Wye, known as the town of books and home to the renowned literary festival. Abergavenny is another great place to explore as it is a town rich in history and has a weekly farmers' market. Or why not head to Ross on Wye where you can stock up in the local deli and rummage in the antique stores. This rustic barn has been painted in dark hues inspired by the garden blackbird. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised by the unique architectural style that cleverly blends both old and new. The ground floor space is open plan with high vaulted ceilings and skylights which open the barn up to the ever changing light. The lounge offers a space where you can relax after a day exploring, with a wood burner, TV and DVD. The dining space takes centre stage within the barn; the reclaimed table and refectory chairs lend well to a hearty supper of local produce. The kitchen has been finished with rustic charm with a butcher block with stools for you to enjoy a morning coffee, along with fruit crates that are stocked with colourful crockery. The kitchen space offers an electric oven and five ring gas hob, fridge/freezer and Nespresso machine. The bathroom is off the kitchen and has a deep, claw foot bath, and powerful walk in shower and WC as well as an intriguing collection of reclaimed carpentry tools. Climb the stairs to the bedroom on the mezzanine where the king size bed is made with beautiful, fresh linen, and a cosy feather duvet. More magazines and books line the shelf on the stairway, and the Moroccan lanterns create wonderful patterns on the vaulted ceiling. French doors open onto the private, paved courtyard, outdoor table, stools, and a BBQ. For wine enthusiasts, why not visit the owner s vineyard where you can sample the local wines and enjoy a tasting and vineyard walk (by prior arrangement and dependent on time of year).

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Hereford, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £641 Availability

The peaceful hamlet of Twyford sits just four miles south of the city of Hereford, here you can enjoy acres of farmland where you are free to explore, along with many footpaths and quiet lanes accessible from the property. For cyclists you can enjoy the country lanes or venture into the Forest of Dean for a more challenging terrain. The river Wye is also within reach and great for fishing, walking, and canoeing. For a little culture there are many market towns worthy of a visit where you can pick up local produce from a farmers market or browse the independent shops. Hay on Wye, Monmouth, Ross on Wye and Leominster all welcome you with an eclectic range of independent shops. Enjoy the drive through this peaceful hamlet and you will soon arrive to see the farmhouse set within acres of countryside. Step inside to the ground floor which has a chic and contemporary style and offers a great space for you to relax in style. From the entrance hall you access the open plan living space, you will be pleasantly surprised by the vaulted ceiling and natural light created from the bi folding doors offering views onto the courtyard and open countryside. You can relax in style in front of the wood burner whilst enjoying a good film, and for dining there is a generously sized table and chairs if you choose to entertain. The kitchen area is compact and well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. And when the day is done a staircase within the living space gives access to a generously sized king size bedroom with an elegant glass balcony overlooking the living space. On the ground floor there is a shower room with shower and WC. There is also access to a washer/dryer accessed from the main living space. Outside an open aspect patio area with table and chairs can be found and guests are also free to explore the acres of farmland. There is off road parking for one car and storage for bikes.

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Hereford, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £416 Availability

The peaceful hamlet of Allensmore sits deep within the Herefordshire countryside. Here you can walk from your doorstep across acres of farmland and open countryside, taking in the views and wildlife along the way. For a more challenging terrain, join the Offa s Dyke Path on the Hatterrall Ridge, or tackle Hay Bluff and the Black Mountains. For keen anglers, the River Wye meanders close by where you can enjoy coarse fishing with a day permit. For more fun on the water, hire a canoe locally from Hereford Kayak Canoe at Preston on Wye. A trip to the vibrant market town of Hay on Wye is a must, where you can pick up local produce from a farmer s market, browse the independent shops or relax and enjoy a director's choice movie at Booths Cinema. Set within the grounds of the owner s home, this retreat is perfect for couples wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Access is via the covered, wooden framed parking area, where there is storage for muddy boots, bikes, and fishing equipment. Climb the stairs to enter the open plan living space which is light and spacious and finished with a contemporary twist. The lounge area is perfect for relaxing after a long day sink into the sofa and enjoy a good movie on the TV. For dining, the table and chairs are perfect for two. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, and fridge with an ice compartment. To the front of the barn conversion is a generously sized double bedroom where you can enjoy a good night s rest. There is a shower room with shower and WC. Outside, tucked away to the rear of the barn, there is an enclosed garden with table and chairs and BBQ for summer dining. There is off road covered parking for one car, and storage for bikes.