by Webmaster, 6th April 2022
Escape to the Herefordshire/Shropshire Border for a true taste of luxurious country living in this historic part of the world
Adjacent to a working farm on the North Herefordshire/South Shropshire border, Wall End Farm offers three unique and enjoyable holiday retreats.
In the Farmhouse you'll find two spacious en-suite guest rooms (each sleeps 2) with their own sitting room downstairs. Meanwhile, both the Hop Kiln (sleeps 4) and the Hayloft (sleeps 2) have been beautifully converted to create two attractive self-contained properties, sleeping up to six guests (combined).
Great care has been taken in the renovation to perfectly blend the traditional exposed beams and brickwork with stylish, modern fixtures.
Wall End also benefits from the ideal location to relax and enjoy lovely walking, cycling, tennis and fishing which is available on the River Arrow (at an additional charge). What's more, the properties are on the famous 40-mile circular Black and White Village Trail, which is characterised by the rich landscapes and many picturesque timbered and half-timbered houses in the area. And close by are an array of country pubs and restaurants, as well as apple and cider distilleries.
In fact only a short walk into the village there's a working cheese dairy with an excellent tea room/café and pub.
Both the cathedral City of Hereford to the south and the ancient market town of Ludlow to the North are 10 miles away and full of history, good restaurants and excellent shopping. Hay on Wye and the Brecon Beacons National Park are well within driving distance, too.
Amenities * Welcome Pack * Secure cycle storage * Drying room * Private outdoor space/garden * Tennis Court * Fishing
Welcomes * Children welcome * Dogs welcome
Parking * Electric Charging point * Private parking
The Hop Kiln and Hayloft are open all year.
The Farmhouse B & B is open April to end of October.