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Dog-friendly Herefordshire

Full of natural beauty and rural charm, Herefordshire is a truly special place to visit. With stretches of farmlands, woodlands and rolling hills, you and your pooch can enjoy some of the most magnificent countryside walks - before you retreat to a cosy dog-friendly cottage or hotel tucked away in one of the many picturesque villages or towns.
  • Stable Lodge At Greenacre, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Welcome to Stable Lodge at Greenacre, located just outside the small but charming town of Bromyard. Situated midway between Hereford and Worcester, making it the perfect base for exploring these areas.
    Stable Lodge at Greenacre is a cosy, two-bedroom lodge designed to make your stay memorable. The owner has purposely built the accommodation for holiday letting after experiences of their own, they wanted to create something others could enjoy. Accommodating up to four guests, plus travel cot if required, with open plan living, kitchen, and dining areas, creating a spacious and inviting atmosphere with patio doors that lead out onto the terrace and with stunning views of the rural countryside, it’s the perfect countryside stay. Enjoy the serenity of the large outdoor field, on your doorstep, perfect for a leisurely stroll with your four-legged friend. Or after a day out exploring, unwind in the relaxing hot tub, perfect for star gazing and located right on the terrace of the lodge so not far to go at all! The owner lives next door and is more than happy to share her love of the area and local knowledge, helping you make the most of your Bromyard adventure.
    Bromyard is a hidden gem. Well known for its local farm shops, cider, and artisan food producers. With independent shops to visit and lively town crier events throughout the year, this town offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere to all visitors. The river Frome is nearby for those who like to enjoy canoeing and similar activities. Brockhampton Estate, Shortwood Farm, the Black and White Trail, Ledbury town with its timber framed buildings and historic 17th century market hall, and the city of Hereford with its cathedral and Mappa Mundi, are all a short drive away and wonderful places to visit.
    £88
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  • Bear Cottage, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Set in the Golden Valley this lovely, end-terrace property is in a beautiful part of Herefordshire, perfect for exploring this stunning county. The property is well located for walking and all the local attractions, and is situated equidistant from Hereford, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye, which is famous for its literary festival in late May. For active guests, this property is close to the Herefordshire Trail, Offa’s Dyke, Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. The city of Hereford is just 11 miles away and there is a wide range of attractions to see and enjoy, as well as an array of bars, shops and restaurants.
    Bear Cottage is situated within a quiet courtyard and has two private car parking spaces. There is also a private garden to the rear with garden furniture.
    £59
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    Set on the grounds of the owner’s country home, Rambler’s Hideaway shares a communal entrance with the apartment above (Walker’s Retreat - UK45415) The shared space is perfect for kicking off your muddy boots after a day spent outdoors & benefits from a shared washing machine. Inside the apartment, there’s a calm and relaxing ambience. Tasteful décor compliments the character features, and the open-plan living space is perfect for enjoying your time together on holiday. A comfortable lounge area ideal for relaxing and watching TV, open to a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. There are two bedrooms, a master double bedroom with French doors out to the courtyard garden, and another single bedroom. The bathroom is a modern en-suite shower room, just off the master bedroom.
    As the namesake suggests, Rambler’s Hideaway is the perfect bolthole for those looking to get out in nature and enjoy the local walks. From the doorstep, you can enjoy open countryside walks and village amenities. Popular trails nearby include the Offa’s Dyke Pat, Hay Bluff and The Black Mountains. Hay-on-Wye market town is also a short drive away, and a great place to find local produce and independent shops. With the River Wye nearby why not enjoy a day on the water, with canoe hire available in the area? Nestled in the picturesque countryside, Clehonger offers a delightful escape for visitors. Begin your journey with a visit to St. Cuthbert’s Church, a historical gem dating back to the 12th century. Explore the charming architecture and soak in the rich history.
    Clehonger is blessed with the tranquil beauty of the River Wye. Take a leisurely walk along its banks, offering serene natural views and opportunities for birdwatching. For a more adventurous experience, consider renting a canoe or kayak to paddle down this scenic river. A short drive away, Belmont Abbey welcomes visitors to tour the abbey and its beautifully landscaped grounds. The area also boasts cosy pubs like The Three Horseshoes, where you can savour traditional British cuisine and mingle with locals. Sports enthusiasts can head to the nearby Hereford Racecourse to catch exciting horse racing events. Meanwhile, Hereford Cathedral, a short drive from Clehonger, showcases stunning architecture and houses the famous Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world.
    These properties can be booked together to accomodate up to 6 people.
    £63
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  • Quabbs Head Cottage, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    This luxury four-bedroom holiday property is ideal for friends and multi-generational families seeking a memorable vacation together. With its thoughtful layout and well-appointed features, it ensures that everyone, regardless of age, will find comfort and enjoyment.
    Quabbs Head Cottage, before it was renovated, extended and restored, was an isolated ‘two up, two down’ country cottage. It is unknown when exactly it was built, but it is shown on the 1840 Herefordshire Tithe Map, and it seems to have been built originally in the 14th or 15th century. It is located approximately half a mile from the nearest property, with views to open country, and beneath ancient deciduous woodland, in the heart of what is now the Netherley Hall Estate. It is shown on the 1840 Tithe Map as ‘Quabhead Cottage’. Quabb’s Head means literally the ‘the head of the bog’. The original gable wall has been lovingly restored, and the extensions have been built, with oak from ancient estate woodland. On the ground floor, you’ll find two beautifully appointed bedrooms, each designed to offer a restful night’s sleep. These bedrooms are perfect for grandparents or older family members who may prefer to have their accommodations on the ground level, providing convenience and easy access to the main living areas. The deluxe bathroom on the ground floor includes a walk-in shower. The open-plan kitchen and living room on the ground floor create a communal space where everyone can gather, share meals, and create lasting memories. The dining room, with its ample seating for eight, provides the perfect setting for family dinners and celebrations.
    The upper floor offers a master bedroom with a kingsize bed and a luxurious en-suite shower room. This bedroom provides direct access to a large upper-floor terrace, where one can escape for moments of tranquillity or enjoy a morning coffee while admiring the stunning views. The terrace can also be accessed via French doors on the landing area too. The second bedroom on the first floor, also equipped with a kingsize bed, offers a comfortable and stylish sanctuary. With its elegant decor and inviting ambiance, it’s the perfect space to recharge after a day of exploring. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor, with tub and shower overhead, which offers even more indulgence with an opulent family bathroom that is sure to impress. This stunning bathroom is a true masterpiece, boasting a high-design finish that exudes elegance and sophistication.
    The beauty of this luxury holiday let lies not only in its design and high-end amenities but also in its ability to accommodate and cater to multi-generational families. Every member of the family can find their own space to relax, rejuvenate, and create cherished memories together. Whether gathering around the dining table, sharing stories on the terrace, or indulging in the comforts of the luxurious bedrooms, this holiday let is a haven for creating unforgettable moments for families of all ages. The holiday let garden is a picturesque and well-designed outdoor space, featuring three terraces that provide a delightful setting for relaxation and enjoyment. Each terrace offers its own unique atmosphere and amenities, allowing guests to choose their preferred spot for outdoor activities. Guests also have complimentary use of the tennis courts and gym within the Netherley Hall Estate, which are on a request basis.
    £150
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  • Mount Pleasant, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    A most charming, characterful cottage providing spacious, comfortable accommodation in the idyllic Herefordshire countryside. There are some lovely walks from the door, particularly to Garway Hill, said to be the most beautiful place in Herefordshire, offering stunning views over 5 surrounding counties. The cottage is also ideally placed for you to experience canoeing along the Wye River, swimming in the River Monnow, or hiking on Offa’s Dyke or The Three Castles Way. Horse-riding, rock climbing, canoeing, fishing and caving are all within easy reach in the Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. The cottage is also close to the Forest of Dean with its cycling paths, picnic sites, Sculpture Trail and family attractions such as Go Ape. A 20-minute drive away is the cathedral city of Hereford, and the market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, which host a variety of quality restaurants and independent shops. For sightseeing, memorable days out can be had at the Blaenavon World Heritage Site, the Roman Caerleon, and Goodrich, Raglan or Eastnor Castles. Golf is possible at Hereford, Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, and racing found at Chepstow and Cheltenham. The famous book town of Hay-on-Wye is reached after a beautiful drive through The Golden Valley.
    After a busy day exploring all that Herefordshire has to offer, enjoy an evening dining in the garden, watching the sun set over the glorious countryside. On the cottage’s ground floor, beyond the entrance porch, you will find the kitchen, with its beautiful wooden work surfaces, food preparation island, and the easy-to-use, hard-to-beat electric Everhot cooker. The kitchen is well equipped for making casseroles, cakes, and tray bakes. The open-plan dining room is the perfect space for enjoying meals with family and friends around the large farmhouse-style table. There are two steps up into the living room with its large, comfy sofas, the wood burner and a smart TV. If you want to get away from the television there is another living space in the glorious sunroom, which has folding glass doors leading out onto the south-facing front patio. There is a ground-floor toilet and a separate utility room with a tumble dryer. On the first floor you will find three bedrooms, one with a super kingsize bed, and two with twin beds. The bathroom has the best views from the cottage and has a stand-alone roll-top bath, shower cubicle, handbasin and toilet. Off-road parking for up to three cars is available in the gravel yard opposite the cottage, just across the road, where there are also some fruit trees.
    £105
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  • Keepers Cottage, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Keepers Cottage is a wonderful place for a family break or getaway with friends to explore this great area – there are walks to be had straight from the front door over the rolling countryside. For those wanting to sit and admire the landscape then the conservatory at the back of the property offers some great views, relax with a glass of something chilled in front of the wood burner in the living room.
    With the most stunning views of the Herefordshire countryside, this great farmhouse property is perfectly positioned for guests looking to get away and enjoy the peace and quiet that this part of the country offers. The property is set on the owner’s farmland and overlooks the rolling hills of Herefordshire, it is just a short distance from Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny, and Monmouth, offering guests plenty of choice when it comes to things to do in the area. All these locations offer an array of bars, shops, and restaurants for guests to enjoy during day trips.
    This part of Herefordshire offers an excellent selection of things to see and do including visiting both Skenfrith Castle and Goodrich Castle which are both stunning sites of historical interest. For the more adventurous guests, why not take a canoe down the Wye or take a walk up any one of the surrounding hills including The Skirrid and Symonds Yat Rock. The farmhouse is also close to 200 acres of Common land which provides ideal walking with magnificent views of the Severn counties. After a busy day exploring the county, guests can return to the property and enjoy sitting out looking at the view from the patio or by relaxing in the private hot tub. Pub 2 miles and restaurant 2¼ miles.
    £91
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  • Pear Tree Cottage, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Nestled within a cider orchard on the edge of Ludlow, you’ll find this beautifully renovated cottage which was once used to store apples from the surrounding trees. It’s the perfect stay for couples wanting to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and relax and unwind. Featuring a beautifully designed, light-filled living space. Step inside and you’ll be greeted by the open plan living, dining and kitchen area. After a long walk, you can light the wood burning stove and snuggle up on the sofa to enjoy some of the locally sourced treats from your welcome hamper. There’s space for two around the dining table and the bespoke kitchen is fully equipped with everything you’ll need for anything from quick breakfasts to fancy dinners. Move upstairs to the kingsize bedroom with its crisp white bed linen and beautiful views across to Clee. There’s a stylish en-suite bathroom with double shower and modern light up mirror. Traditional cottage style windows open out to let in some of that fresh countryside air and allow you to fully enjoy the stunning views.
    This all makes for a great base for exploring Ludlow, the Shropshire Hills and charming market towns such as Leominster and Ledbury all on your doorstep.Outside, there’s an orchard where you can while away warm afternoons out in the sunshine. There’s a coal BBQ and some outdoor furniture so you can make the most of the scenery during the day.
    Pear tree cottage is conveniently located with the historic town of Ludlow only 6 miles away, with its many award-winning restaurants and pubs and various food festivals. Alternatively, you can take a stroll to the village pub, which is less than half a mile away and can be reached along a public footpath. Enjoy a day out at Croft Castle or Berrington Hall, both are National Trust properties set in spectacular grounds. Less than half an hour drive is the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, enjoy the beauty of rolling hills, river valleys and woodlands with its rich variety of bird and wildlife.
    £93
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    Whitewells Farm were the first holiday cottages in Herefordshire to have been converted from existing farm buildings into individual self-catering holiday homes in 1978. They all feature original beams throughout, half-cruck trusses and some have vaulted ceilings and beamed room divisions. Situated in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, Whitewells Farm has a collection of individually styled barn conversions for you to stay in. Saddlestones was converted from the old milking parlour and stable, and has an upside down layout. The entrance hall leads to two beamed bedrooms, one with a kingsize bed and vanity unit, and the other, a very spacious room with two single beds. The bathroom is fitted with a bath and overhead shower. The staircase leads up to the kitchen/dining area and a large, heavily exposed beamed living room. There are wonderful views of the rolling countryside and the duck pond.
    The Black and White Trail, The Elgar Route, Cheltenham, and an abundance of National Trust properties, to name just a few, are some of the fascinating places to explore from your base at Whitewells Farm. Being placed close to the main routes to Hereford, Worcester, Ledbury, and Bromyard mean that access to towns and cities in all directions couldn’t be simpler. Do you enjoy the splendour of Regency buildings? Cheltenham, Leamington Spa, and of course Hereford, have some wonderful examples all within an hour’s drive. Being a border county means there are a wealth of medieval castles and houses to spend time visiting.
    Do you like walking? The views of the Malvern Hills from your cottage could inspire you to take that long-promised walk from British Camp along one of the seven most popular trails taking in wonderful views across Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, and Worcestershire.
    Locally there are nature reserves, great swathes of common land and lovely interesting walks in this varied countryside that changes with each season. From Ludlow’s eateries, restaurants, and delis’, to Ledbury’s abundance of award-winning butchers and independent cafés, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire’s food offerings just keep getting better and better. Fabulous farm shops, fantastic food festivals, innovative offerings from artisan producers, and the very best selection of local beers and ciders make these counties gastronomically unbeatable. Pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
    £135
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  • Crown Inn, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This delightful residence is set in the picturesque village of Woolhope and is just 7 miles from the city of Hereford, which offers a range of independent bars, shops and restaurants for guests to enjoy. Nearby, there are many beautiful walks through the Herefordshire countryside, as well as places of historical interest to visit, such as the cathedral in Hereford city, The Black and White House Museum, and Hereford Cider Museum.
    This residence is set above and to the rear of the popular village pub which offers great food and drinks and there are large gardens to the rear of the property, with seating, and an outdoor area with BBQ and a patio space.
    £334
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  • Denbigh Hall, HerefordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This wonderful, detached house rests in Stansbatch near Presteigne, Herefordshire. WiFI. Woodburning stove. Off-road parking. Leominster 11.6 miles; Ludlow 16.7 miles; Hay-on-Wye 17.7 miles.
    £76
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