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.
The market town of Ledbury is just 4 miles away, with its shops, restaurants and inns.
There is plenty to see and do in and around the Malvern Hills, which are 15 minutes away.
Easily visit Hereford, Malvern and Ross-on-Wye.
Golf, fishing and riding can all be found nearby.
Nearest shop, pub and restaurant are about 3 miles away.
You can stay on our Herefordshire vineyard in a Grade II listed self-catering cottage.
It has a double bedroom with ensuite and a twin-room on the second floor with a sloping roof, making it more suitable for families with children over 8 years old.
The holiday cottage is available to rent for breaks of more than 2 nights.
Available from £85 per night.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and a washing machine.
Sleeping arrangements are adaptable as 4 singles or a king and 2 singles. Please advise when you book.
Everyone loves the character of the cottage, being located right on the edge of the vineyard.
Guests are welcome to wander our delighftul gardens, which access a popular right of way to te historic Church of Coddington or Oyster Hill, having magnificent views to the Brecon Beacons.
Our log cabin nestles right on the edge of our vineyard 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 for short stays.
The lodge is available for a minimum of 2 nights from £250.
Additional nights from £110.
Our welcome pack includes a bottle of our award winning wine.
Totalling almost 40 square metres the lodge has a fully fitted kitchen within the living area, spacious bedroom with King size bed and large shower room.
There is a terraced area outside for relaxing surrounded by the vines, with view across the vineyard towards the Welsh Black Mountains.
Once the grapes have formed, end of May, and while developing during the following 3 months, we include a vineyard tour with an opportunity to taste our other wine varieties.