Around and About

Ideally situated for visitors who want to relax and enjoy local walks, we are close to many nearby attractions and the area around the property offers some beautiful scenery for walking, riding, cycling with Clee Hill, the Bromyard Downs and the Wyre Forest all within easy reach. Located on the Welsh Marches, they provides easy access to Offa’s Dyke for keen walkers as well as many National Trust properties including Croft Castle and Berrington Hall for those seeking cultural experiences.

The farm is in a quiet location on the edge of the beautiful village of Yarpole, which offers an award winning shop and cafe in the church and The Bell Inn with excellent food. We are surrounded by glorious North Herefordshire countryside. Yarpole is a very pretty village in North Herefordshire bordering Shropshire. To the south is the market town of Leominster just 4 miles away, a lovely town to explore, especially for the antique shop lovers.

To the north, 5 miles away is Ludlow, with its reputation for fine food & dining. Both have farmers markets and a wealth of history. Ludlow, renowned for its narrow streets and pretty black and white half timbered properties, the most famous of which is the amazing Feathers Hotel with its extraordinarily ornate wooden facade. Standing in the centre of the town in an elevated position above the River Teme is the splendid ruin of Ludlow Castle which plays host to open-air theatre and the Ludlow Festival held in June and July.

For those who prefer to drive, the Black and White Trail includes some of the prettiest English villages and is within easy reach, as well as the chocolate box villages of Eardisland with the River Arrow winding its way around the village, and Pembridge with its two popular local inns serving fine food. Not far from Pembridge is the home of Dunkerton Cider where visitors can sample the delightful cider made from the best of Herefordshire’s apples.