Little Quebb Cottages, Eardisley, Herefordshire
Little Quebb Cottages are a pair of beautiful newly converted holiday cottages situated just outside of Eardisley in Herefordshire. They are delightfully located in the courtyard of our listed black and white farmhouse.
The Old Barn is a spacious, light cottage that opens into the delightful courtyard. It comprises of a spacious living room with a table that seats 6 also well equipped kitchen with table and chairs, master bedroom with luxurious double bed, built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with plenty of exposed beams. It has also further double and twin bedded rooms, shower room and a cloak room with downstairs toilet. Access to the delightful garden with seating for guests.
The Granary is a charming cottage with old exterior stone steps leading to the granary store - now out of use except to hold flower troughs and containers. It comprises of a sitting room with fine exposed beams, log burning stove and attractive wood framed windows looking into the courtyard. A very large master bedroom with a wonderful king size double bed and fine exposed beams. This room also includes a settee, dressing table, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Also a twin bedded room with bath and over head shower overlooking the garden. The Granary has direct access to the gardens from the kitchen with out door seating.
We have sheep, pigs, chickens and goats which we are happy to show the guests at an arranged time.
Our local area offers truly brilliant opportunities for walking in magnificent countryside. We are three miles from Offa's Dyke, a long distance footpath running for a total of 180 miles north - south along the ancient border of England and Wales. Our nearest access to the path is at Kington, three miles away, where the path winds across Hergest Ridge, with fantastic views into Wales and the Marches. After about three miles you reach Gladestry with a welcoming pub - a good stopping point with the option of a straight return to Kington or a circular route. There are other splendid routes from Kington, from one hour strolls around the town to the 30 mile Mortimer trail through the beautiful hills of the border country to Ludlow.
Hay on Wye, seven miles away, offers another stunning access point to Offa's Dyke at Hay Bluff, as well as access to some spectacular walks through the black mountains and lonely Olchon valley. This is the gateway to the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons, which provide many varied opportunities for walks. Leominster, an attractive rural town 10 miles north east, has a beautiful priory , some good food shops an an excellent mix of antique and bric a brac outlets.
For more information about our cottages in Herefordshire please visit our website.
Telephone: 01544 327121
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 10