Granary and Goose Cotts

Craswall, Hereford, Herefordshire
Sleeps: 1 to 5


Granary and Goose Cotts in Craswall, Hereford in Herefordshire, offers wonderful self catering accommodation in a beautiful part of the country. We are the perfect base from which to explore the local area.

The Granary is an ‘upside down house’ sleeping 5 with underfloor heating, radiators and a wood stove. The ground floor bedrooms have original ancient oak studding, while the light living space above is overarched by huge beams. The whole is imaginatively endowed with natural textures and comfortable furnishings. Outside is a private terrace, barbecue and access to the trampoline and gardens.

Ground floor:

1 large bedroom containing a double and single bed.

1 double bedroom.

Wet room.

Hallway & cloakroom.

Underfloor heating throughout.

Shared washing machine.

First floor:

Well equipped kitchen.

dining area for 6+.

lounge with 24" digital TV with freeview channels.

DVD & VHS players.

CD & MP3 player.

woodstove and additional large radiator.


Terrace and seating.


Glorious views.

The Goose Cotts is an ancient hall house sleeping 2+, with a stone roof supported by deep cruck beams reaching close to the ground. The wood stove in its massive hearth is supplemented by a generous radiator. Solid oak floors and fittings are complemented by comfortable furnishings and high quality equipment. The breakfast patio outside the door catches the morning sun, and there is a secluded woodland seating area that leads to the fields. The Goose Cotts has a special feel, possibly because it has seven streams running beneath its bedrock according to a famous local dowser!

Ground floor:

lounge with original hearth.

Spacious dining kitchen.

24" flat screen digital TV with freeview channels.

DVD player.

CD & MP3 player.

Wood stove & radiator.

Good quality sofa bed.

Shower room with underfloor heating.

Washing machine.


Double bedroom.

5ft canopied bed.


Breakfast terrace.

Woodland seating area.

We know how important the venue is when you come away from home, whether for a stolen few days, a family holiday, or especially a big reunion. Staying here guarantees a stunning landscape, plenty of resources and ample comforts - think of Dukes Farm as a welcoming canvas upon which to create a great break!

The Farm, with its 130 acres of pasture and woodland, dingles and hedgerows, literally smiles across at the Black Hill. Our stretch of the River Monnow, Bronze Age burial chamber and other treasures are mapped for you to explore.

The Games Room is heated and has a pool table, table tennis, table football, chalk wall and dartboard (bring your own darts). The Boot Room is available 24hrs/day. A public phone (no mobile coverage), and a wide selection of DVDs, books, games, tourist pamphlets, walking guides and maps. Also an iron, ironing board and hair dryer is available.

The Gardens have a sunken trampoline and various seats and nooks.

Visit to Dukes Farm will bring you to the Black Mountains, east of the Brecon Beacons that stretch across the Welsh Border into Herefordshire. Known as the Marches, and overlooked by Offa’s Dyke, the deeply cut valleys are full of historic detail: Longtown Castle, Llanthony Abbey, Dore Abbey & Craswall’s own Priory ruins.

The River Wye is said to be the best canoeing river in Britain. With the River Monnow, it also provides good fishing (some free), so canoe hire, as well as bike hire is easily arranged. We have great local pubs, all free houses, and a local brewing scene for beer & cider. The unspoilt villages and well-maintained footpaths are perfect for walking.

For more information about our holiday cottage in Herefordshire please visit our website.

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Features & Amenities

  • Sleeps: 1 to 5
  • Pets
  • Off Street Parking
  • Garden
  • Children Welcome
  • Log Fire
  • Wifi
  • Freeview TV
  • Golf Nearby

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Pricing :

    from £200 - £600    per week

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