Coal’s View is a luxury detached holiday cottage situated in Eyton, a quiet country hamlet. The cottage is newly converted and offers open plan living with an abundance of high-end features across two floors, with a large private garden and hot tub. The bedroom includes a king bed, with views overlooking the paddocks. The bathroom includes an impressive standalone bathtub. There’s a well fitted kitchen, with a large oven, and dining table, beside a homely living space complete with log burner.
“We have just had a great 3-night break at Coal’s View. It is a beautiful place, very tastefully decorated and has everything required for a luxurious stay. The wine and chocolates on arrival were a nice touch too. The hot tub is a great advantage and very welcome after a long day walking or cycling, both of which we did. The outside space is beautiful and well-kept. Would 100% recommend and will definitely stay again. Thank you Tom and Louise.”
The little Hare is a peaceful retreat. A self-contained eco-lodge with stylish interiors, airy vaulted ceiling, super-insulated & solar powered. Log burning stove for cozy evenings. A private & enclosed garden exclusively for you, ideal for dog owners & birdwatchers. Secure parking with a lockable gate, peace of mind for cars & bikers. Located near to Mortimer Forest, perfect for outdoor pursuits. 'Eco-friendly,' with seasonal produce available. Little Hare has a friendly welcome for everyone.
“The Little Hare Lodge was the perfect escape! The area was relaxing and peaceful and the lodge was clean and cosy! It was perfect for us and our dog who loved exploring in the garden. Jenny was so helpful leading up to our trip with travel/weather updates due to the storm. We hope to visit again soon!”
A cabin in the woods, built with timber from our woodland. Within the 100's of acres of Queenswood Country Park. Woodland walks. A cozy fire for winter, a verandah for warm summer nights. Fully fitted kitchen. Comfy king size bed. Come and live with the trees and the birds. Close to the Black and White trail, food lovers Ludlow, Antique hunters Leominster and historic Hereford. National Trust houses and gardens within easy reach. It’s a 40 minute drive to the festival town of Hay on Wye.
“This is a beautiful cabin set in a truly wonderful spot. It is great to have lovely woodland so close and there ate many great walks from the doorstep. The hosts were very efficient, welcoming and friendly. The cabin is absolutely lovely, very comfortable, clean, great shower and has a really cosy feel. It wasn't cold enough to use the wood burner but I bet it's lively when you can. We self catered all week because of Covid19 so can't recommend local eateries. The pub gardens at The Railway and The Nags Head in Canon Pyon were lovely, with lots of space. All in all we had a great stay and would heartily recommend this lovely cabin. Thank you Matthew & Julia!”