Herefordshire is perfectly placed to explore both England and Wales and The Vineyard makes both of our cosy upmarket properties an ideal location to explore historic market towns, countryside while offering a prime position for those wanting to hike the Malvern Hills.
A five minute drive to Ledbury which has idyllic winding streets along with a listed market hall, an abundance of fine eateries and independent shops. Herefordshire is a haven for garden lovers and the pretty town of Hay on Wye, famous for its castle and book shops.
Our romantic homes, each one styled with bespoke touches and all the tiny details that create a restful and unique stay.
English wines have become much sought after in recent years and people are seeking out small family run vineyards.
Tours and wine tastings are available on Saturdays from April to October and guests are welcome to wander our delightful gardens which access a popular right of way to the historic Church of Coddington or ‘Oyster Hill’ having magnificent views to the Brecon Beacons.
Everyone loves the character of the cottage being located right on the edge of the vineyard which has been recently updated providing a luxury cosy feel. Parking is adjacent to.
It features double bedroom accommodation with en-suite shower/bathroom having a mezzanine floor above which offers 2 singles making it suitable for older children.
The spacious living area is ideal for people who may need to work (fibre broadband) and fully fitted kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge with freezer box and an Nespresso coffee maker.
Hop Cottage is available on a nightly basis for £160 with a 15% reduction for 3 nights mid week and supplementary charge for children of £20 each
The log cabin nestles only 3 meters from our of our vines and has its own dedicated drive and parking space ensuring privacy and tranquillity.
The Lodge offers eco-friendly accommodation for 2 people, benefiting from open plan design and thermally efficient materials while offering superb luxury.
Totalling almost 40 square metres the Lodge has a fully fitted kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge with freezer box and an Npresso coffee maker within the living area.
An exceptionally spacious bedroom with King size bed and large shower room providing a sumptuous feeling.
There is a terraced and lawned areas outside for relaxing surrounded by the vines, with views across the vineyard towards the Welsh Black Mountains.
The Lodge is available on a nightly basis for £160 with a 15% reduction for 3 nights mid week