Those wanting to holiday on the vineyard can choose between the Grade II-listed Hop Cottage or the Vine Lodge, both offering outstanding accommodation.
The vineyard offering makes both of these properties completely unique and the guests are encouraged to wander our beautiful gardens and chat with our gardeners and vine tender.
Herefordshire is renowned for fruit and hops growing, and cider making.
Our vineyard is an ideal location to spend a holiday amongst the backdrop of this farming and cultural heritage.
There is plenty to see and do in and around the Malvern Hills, which are 15 minutes away.
Being so close to the Malvern Hills, the whole area is a haven for our guests. If you’re interested in walking, don’t miss Oyster Hill, within the curterlidge of the vineyard, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Brecon Beacons.
Elizabeth Barret (Browning), renowned poet of the Victorian era, lived at the main house, Hope End, until she was 26 in 1832. She must have spent many days looking across Herefordshire musing on her rhymes and stories.
A perfect retreat for couples or small families, seeking tranquility and sumptuous luxury accommodation.
Everyone loves the character of the cottage, being located right on the edge of the vineyard.
It has a double bedroom with new ensuite. The twin room on the second floor has a sloping roof and is suitable for children age 8+.
The lodge nestles right on the edge of the vineyard, offering couples luxury and tranquility.
Having its own dedicated drive ensures complete privacy.
The eco-friendly design doesn’t compromise on luxury and guests staying here will love relaxing on the terrace surrounded by vines overlooking the Black Mountains, enjoying a bottle of Coddington wine included in the welcome pack.