This homely apartment, a brilliant place for a couple and their four-legged friend to relax and unwind, is set within a beautifully restored manor house owned by a former Bishop of Hereford as his summer retreat, surrounded by beautiful gardens and woodland. From here, it is just over a 2-mile walk for you to meander to the friendly local shop and pub which welcomes dogs.
This apartment has one king-size bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The open-plan lounge/diner has a delightful wood burner (first basket of logs included) and a TV and DVD for relaxing, cosy evenings in. The kitchen is well-equipped for all your culinary needs, while the shared utility room is useful for cleaning up muddy paws. While your pet must be kept on a lead near the house and sheep field, acres of adjacent woodlands with waymarked paths are there for you and your dog to explore at leisure. Set within a small complex of cottages and apartments, the wonderful leisure facilities include a games room with a pool table and table football, plus an all-weather tennis court. Look out for the Black Mountain Welsh sheep which are also a feature of this area.
Here, you and your tail-wagging friend can get a taste of walking heaven in the serene surroundings as you are free to wander and enjoy acres of gardens and woodlands. Further afield there is also easy access to Hereford (5 miles), Leominster (11 miles), Ross on Wye (21 miles), and foodie Ludlow (22 miles) with its medieval castle which welcomes dogs. With an exciting all year-round events calendar, it is ideal for: Hay on Wye Music and Literary Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Hereford Beer & Cider Festival and The Wye River Festival.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.