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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 6

Leominster, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £745 Availability

Within the fringes of Pencombe village, on an established working fruit farm, you are free to roam the waymarked paths with seating along the way and enjoy a leisurely afternoon. An ideal base for walkers, with easy access into the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons. There are a number of National Trust properties and gardens within easy reach. Close to the Worcestershire border offering access to Leominster and Bromyard, for those looking for something a little busier visit the City of Worcester and Hereford both steeped with history. Why not take in Hay on Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers, with many local villages hosting smaller folk festivals throughout the year. Make your way across the landscaped grounds and through the traditional front door, the mix of old and new with an eclectic style makes a great first impression, the cosy lounge area with brightly coloured furnishings is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a movie after a day s exploring, the kitchen/diner is light and spacious with a large table for six that s sure to become the hub of the barn whilst dinner is prepared. The handcrafted kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is a WC on this floor. At the end of the day climb the wooden stairs where you will find three bedrooms, one super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request), with an en suite shower and WC, a king size with views onto the open countryside and one twin. There is also a bathroom with bath and WC on this floor. Open the doors from the lounge area onto your own private garden with seating area great for dining or soaking up the late summer sun. There is parking for two cars and bicycle storage available.

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Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £771 Availability

Leave the world behind as you enter this hidden valley of 60 Acres of open countryside and ancient woodland, with 17th century cottages that have been lovingly restored to create a perfect retreat. A truly unique and magical setting where you can take in unusual sights and sounds as you linger by the water garden, walk through the grounds and enjoy the outdoor pool with a backdrop of established country gardens. If you ever choose to leave this haven of peace and tranquillity why not explore the Forest of Dean, take in the sculpture trail at Beechenhurst or hire a bike from the Canoe Cycle Centre. The Dean Heritage centre for the historians and puzzle woods with its fantastic tree and rock formations. For the more adventurous why not hire a canoe and head down stream, or test your limits at the local Go Ape. Take in the full beauty of the valley before stepping into the cosy lounge area of this stylish cottage, the dark wooden floors and painted stone work complimented by thick hand woven curtains creating the perfect setting for a romantic evening in front of an old movie. The small dining area with a table for two set to the side ready for a simple supper of local produce. The kitchen is hand crafted in dark wood with views onto the gardens well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. After a day s relaxing and taking in the beautiful surroundings head up the cottage style stairs where you will find an open plan bedroom, the king size bed with pure linen sheets and ample pillows is all you will need for a perfect night s sleep, and when you wake, enjoy the views across the gardens and onto the valley. The en suite bathroom is the perfect place to soak with a large wooden panelled sunken bath and WC. Step outside for morning coffee and alfresco dining with your own sun loungers, parasol and table and chairs You are also free to enjoy the shared grounds with outdoor pool which is available between 30th April and 30th September and solar heated during July and August. English country gardens and acres of woodlands to explore. There is parking for one car. As well as being a wonderful holiday destination, the owner operates a private animal rescue sanctuary, which is not open for viewing, however guests will not be disappointed, as a fascinating array of exotic and farm animals wander the fields with viewing also enjoyed from the communal areas. The income from the holiday cottages is invested into feed, medicines, vet support, enclosures and enrichment.

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Hereford, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £449 Availability

As you enter this wonderful property you will be taken aback, by the spacious kitchen/lounge diner with a wood burner, exposed beams and high ceilings, a lovely place to relax and socialise with friends and family. Leading off the lounge/kitchen/diner you will find the bedrooms, a light and airy double bedroom with countryside views and a further twin bedroom with views across the orchard, the perfect space to relax after a busy day exploring the local area. The final room to complete this property would be the family bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Heading outside, you will find your own walled garden with patio area with table, chairs and charcoal BBQ, the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the sunshine.

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Hope Mansell, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £514 Availability

The Hope Mansell valley boasts rolling hills, rich pastureland and thick woodland, ideal for those wanting to explore both the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley by day and relax in peace and tranquillity in the evenings. With walks from the door across mixed woods, farmlands and through ancient tracks, the stunning views constantly change. Nearby Goodrich Castle sits majestically within a wooded hill. For enthusiastic cyclists, cycle paths guide you through the Forest of Dean where you can take in the magic of Puzzle Wood and the history of the Clearwell Caves. Views from Symonds Yat rock are not to be missed. Ross on Wye is within easy reach and is hailed as the birthplace of modern tourism with 17th century market house, and Monmouth, the birthplace of Henry V. A traditional garden gate gives way to a gravel pathway that will lead you to the front door. The barn entrance opens into an entrance hall with separate WC, space for muddy boots and hanging space for coats. To one side there s access into the comfortable lounge where you can relax and enjoy views onto the countryside through the coach house double doors. Down a few steps you will find the original milling area of the barn, sympathetically restored with timbered ceiling and curved walls where the pony would have turned the mill. This open plan space comprises a lounge/kitchen/diner, the lounge with TV/DVD has classic sofas, perfect to sink into after a day exploring. The dining area takes centre stage and the kitchen offers a contemporary twist and is well equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher. So, when the day is done, climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find a vaulted double bedroom with mezzanine over the lounge. The room is enhanced with picture windows offering views onto the valley. There is an en suite shower room with shower and WC and a tucked away dressing area. A second staircase offers access to the second floor with the twin room with views across the meadow, up the hill and to the woods. Across the landing there is a shower room with shower and WC. Step outside into the established grounds and enjoy the natural beauty of the meadows surrounding the barn with table and chairs. There are approximately three acres where you are free to wander, meet the owner s friendly sheep and chickens that roam the orchard, take a stroll up the meadow and relax on the perfectly sited bench to enjoy the view. There is off road parking for two cars.

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Abergavenny, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £1030 Availability

Hidden away within 30 peaceful acres of farmland, this lovely wooden barn makes it ideal for children to explore, or simply enjoy a stroll across the meadows. This location is a haven for bird watchers, with sparrow hawks, woodpeckers, kites, buzzards and partridges all spotted nearby. Situated a short distance from the rural village of Ewyas Harold, complete with excellent village shop, first rate fish and chip shop, high class butcher and inns. Guests are spoilt for choice with walking routes and pony trekking across the Black Mountains. Offa s Dyke trail is also accessible nearby and offers spectacular views. Enjoy canoeing along the River Wye. Further afield lie the Brecon Beacons with rock climbing and serious hiking available for the more adventurous. An ideal base for touring from, with the market town of Abergavenny which has a regular farmers market on the last Thursday of the month and the world famous Food Festival in mid September every year. For history lovers, Grosmont Castle and White Castle are located nearby, along with Abergavenny Museum. On your way to the Beacons you will pass through Crickhowell, which lies in the Usk Valley. Take the spectacular drive up the Llanthony Valley through the Black Mountains and over to Hay on Wye which has an eclectic range of book shops and the internationally renowned Hay Literary Festival every May. Travel north to the beautiful city of Hereford with a good selection of independent shops as well as well known high street brands, ancient black and white houses and the cathedral which is home to the Mappa Mundi, the largest medieval map known in the world. Leave your walking boots behind and take a step back in time. The large and inviting hallway with vaulted ceilings showcases the rustic charm of this lovingly restored barn and is the perfect welcome for all that come and stay. The hallway leads you to the hub of the barn, the kitchen/diner traditional in style and further enhanced with rustic beams and exposed stone, is well equipped and ready to bring out the best in any cook, with an electric oven and hob, microwave, small fridge and dishwasher. There is also a utility room on this floor with a fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, and WC. Take the stairs down to the lounge, with exposed beams and wooden framed windows offering views across the countryside, light the wood burner and get together on the sofas and enjoy a movie on the Smart TV/DVD with FreeSat or listen to your favourite music via the Bluetooth wireless docking station which is iPAD, iPhone and iPod compatible. Wi Fi is available and included for your holiday. When the day is done climb the stairs where you will find four bedrooms, a king size with en suite shower and WC, a double and two twin rooms, there is also a bathroom with shower over bath and WC on this floor. This detached Grade II listed barn is surrounded by thirty acres of beautiful Herefordshire farmland. Roam freely in the adjacent fields, enjoy the specially built play area, equipped with tree house, tubular slide, two rope swings, picnic table and BBQ area, with views across to The Skirrid, Garway Hill and The Greig or use the well waymarked footpaths. Closer to the barn, there is a small enclosed garden with table and chairs accessible from the back kitchen door, perfectly placed to enjoy the summer sun, and also a fire pit/BBQ for your delectation. There is off road parking for three cars available.

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Leominster, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £546 Availability

This established working fruit farm is the perfect place for family and friends to come together, the farm sits within acres of farm land of which you are free to roam the waymarked path with seating to stop and enjoy the view. Steeped in history and breath taking countryside you will have plenty to get your teeth into. For walkers, there is easy access into the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean with dramatic woodlands whatever the season and the Shropshire Hills. Alternatively, Hereford and Worcester with stunning cathedrals and riverside walks are both within easy reach. The National Trust also plays a big part within the area with an enviable number of properties and gardens all easily accessible. Take in the views and wander through your own private gardens, step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with the stylish interior further enhancing the original hand carved beams, the lounge area with soft lighting and colourful furnishings is the perfect space for couples to catch up and reminisce over times gone by, with open plan dining that blends perfectly into the bespoke handmade kitchen that will bring out the chef in you, well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The single storey accommodation is well thought through with the hallway leading to a super king size bedroom which will ensure a peaceful night s sleep and one single bedroom and the wet room which has bespoke tiling and wooden panels to further enhance your morning shower. Open the doors from the lounge area onto your own private terrace with views across to the lake. There is parking for two cars and bicycle storage available.

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Leominster, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £914 Availability

The perfect location offering easy access to Worcester and Hereford both showcasing stunning cathedrals and riverside walks, with smaller market towns that offer a more bespoke shopping experience in Leominster, Ludlow and Ledbury. For National Trust enthusiasts, there are a number of properties and gardens all within easy reach. For walkers, an enviable landscape of both rolling meadows and hills to climb with easy access into the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons. If it s a festival that you are looking for why not take in Hay on Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers. Or stay closer to home and roam the waymarked paths and enjoy a leisurely walk with seating to admire the views along the way. After taking in the view across the valley step inside this inviting hallway and take a seat to remove your boots after a busy day, the stone steps will take you down to this open plan lounge/kitchen/diner that will simply take your breath away whatever the time of year. The sheer glaze rear aspect provides a perfect backdrop for any celebration and the hand crafted kitchen with centre island will inspire the best of chefs, with seating for guests to catch up on the day gone by with a glass of wine. The large dining table is well placed and makes the most of the views, along with a cosy lounge area for a quiet evening with a good book. The open plan staircase is a real feature within the room where you will find two king size bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower, and WC. There is a further king size bedroom with en suite with shower and WC off the main hallway. Open the doors from the lounge area onto your own private terrace with garden furniture great for entertaining or soaking up the late summer sun. There is parking for two cars and bicycle storage available.

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Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £493 Availability

Enjoying an enviable location within walking distance of the Wye Valley Walk taking in stunning scenery and market towns and villages along the way. With walks from the door across brilliant woods and farmlands, Goodrich Castle, established in 1095 set majestically within a wooded hill. For enthusiastic cyclists a network of cycle paths that will guide you through the Forest of Dean. Take in the magic of Puzzle Wood and the history of the Clearwell caves. The views from Symonds Yat rock are also not to be missed. Also within easy reach the riverside towns of Ross on Wye hailed as the birthplace of modern tourism with its 17th century market house, and Monmouth the birth place of Henry V. Meander up the hillside and enter through your own private wooden gated entrance, the hand crafted storm porch further enhances the traditional stone frontage of this beautiful barn, you ll be welcomed by the spacious lounge with cosy soft furnishings inviting for a romantic evening in front of the smart TV so you can binge watch your favourite series or watch a movie, the bespoke wooden steps carved out of sleepers will take you into the contemporary styled kitchen, well equipped for any stay with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, for your ice cubes, a dishwasher and a washing machine. A comfortable table for two sits next to the window. Enter the hallway off the kitchen where you will find a king size bedroom fit for a king, and a shower room with WC. Take a step outside into your own private courtyard, enjoy a hearty breakfast or an evening BBQ, bask in the summer sun on the sun lounger or relax and enjoy the bubbles of your private hot tub with electric awning so it can be enjoyed in all weathers. There is also parking for one car.

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Leominster, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £674 Availability

Set on an established working fruit farm situated within the fringes of Pencombe village, you are free to roam the waymarked paths with seating to stop and enjoy the view. Perfectly placed, offering easy access to a number of market towns including Ledbury and Leominster both famed for the Tudor style high streets and eclectic mix of boutiques and curiosity shops. Why not take in Hay on Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers, with local villages hosting smaller folk festivals throughout the year. An enviable landscape for walkers, with rolling meadows and hills to climb with easy access into the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons, this area is steeped in history and has National Trust properties within easy reach. After taking in the wonders of the cherry tree orchards take a step back in time into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The stylish interior further enhancing the original hand carved beams, the lounge area with soft lighting and colourful furnishings is the perfect space for couples to catch up and reminisce over times gone by or enjoy a good movie, with an open plan dining area that blends perfectly into the bespoke handmade kitchen area that will bring out the chef in you which is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is also a separate WC on this floor. At the end of the day climb the wooden stairs where you will find three bedrooms, one super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request), with an en suite shower and WC, A king size with views onto the open countryside and one single. There is bathroom with shower over the bath and WC on this floor. Open the doors from the lounge area onto your own private fully enclosed garden with BBQ, seating area great for dining or soaking up the late summer sun. There is allocated parking for two cars and bicycle storage available.

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Kington, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Herefordshire From £650 Availability

Set within the heart of the Herefordshire countryside with plenty to explore on foot, a haven for enthusiastic walkers with access to waymarked footpaths from your front door. Enjoying a central location and perfect for exploring the Black Mountains, Elan Valley and Shropshire Hills. With 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: 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 Bromyard Folk Festival. This open fronted stone barn was originally the blacksmith s workshop for the ten carriage horses that were housed at the estate's stables. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised, the original A frame of the building has been perfectly restored, and is the perfect backdrop to the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area is inviting with sofas and armchairs and the addition of a Swedish wood burner and TV/DVD perfect for a chilly evening. The dining area is enhanced with the oak floors and linen curtains. The kitchen sits to the side of the barn and is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. So when the day is done you will find a super king size bedroom with en suite bathroom with free standing claw foot bath and WC. A spiral staircase leads to a mezzanine with futon a great place to hideaway with a good book. There is an additional king size bed situated off a mezzanine accessed via the kitchen area, this also has a shower room with shower and WC. The gardens can be accessed directly via the French doors. Outside there's a pretty terrace with lavender and beech hedged lawns. The teak dining table and chairs are a welcoming place to discuss the day s activities on balmy summer evenings. The shared heated outdoor pool is available between 1st May and 30th September between the hours of 9am and 12 noon. There is off road parking for two cars.