Herefordshire Countryside

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In the beautiful Herefordshire countryside and experience the beauty, the peace and the natural surroundings

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Surroundings

Surroundings

Nestled deep within the Herefordshire Countryside

Nestled deep within the Herefordshire Countryside, near the Black and White Village trail, and within 200 acres of British Farming land, lies the workman’s cottage ‘Orchard View’. With characterful bedrooms, clear view stove to warm you, bundles of homely charm, and with beds so comfy, you won’t want to leave. Outside, enjoy looking across our historical apple orchard, while relaxing in our outdoor Eco-friendly wood fired hot tub. Here you can relax with a glass of bubbly, and enjoy the star lit night skys, while listening to an our resident Owl or two.

Countryside

Countryside

In Pembridge, Herefordshire

Our cottage and shepherds hut on our working farm may be nestled down in lush Herefordshire charm, but your be spoiled for choice on what you can get up too.

Celebrating everything we love about our local countryside. Take a laid back approach and picnic by the river arrow in nearby Pembridge. Enjoy some fly fishing or canoeing on the River Wye. Go and explore our Black and White Villages. For those that want an adventure, try the Land Rover experience in 66 miles of carefully managed trails in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the grounds of Eastnor Castle. So many cider mills to enjoy some refreshments, or you could always stay here, read a book or two and watch our cows grazing in the meadows. An ode to everything we love, throughout the countryside we celebrate finding, growing and enjoying good Herefordshire food, drinking great cider, and gathering friends around one big table and unwinding in the only way we know.

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About

About Us

As a farm business, to the best of our ability, we are committed to protecting our natural environment, supporting the local, rural economy and being a socially responsible business. This is how we strive to do it:

  • Generate renewable energy on site using Solar PV Panels and a Biomass boiler to heat the Farmhouse and cottage. Wood burners are in the Shepherds hut, and the Farmhouse is powered by wood from the farm.
  • Protect and enhance the natural environment by participating in environmental protection schemes in partnership with local conservation groups e.g. RSPB, The Curl, Farming and Wildlife Advisory Groups, and Natural England.
  • A new umbrella cover on the farm. To reduce the amount of dirty water going onto the farmland, thus improving local water quality and wildlife.
  • Drive less. We provide walking routes from the farm gate. We have a public footpath running through the farm, and plenty of areas to cycle.
  • Reducing plastic. We are committed to removing all single use plastic from the Farmhouse, cottages and Shepherds huts. Our housekeeping team use Eco- cleaning products which are refilled rather than recycled and we use refills in all of our accommodation.
  • Up-cycle. Were possible we use vintage farm equipment to provide comforts for our guests, such as desks and tables. The artificial grass used on our front lawn was rescued from a council dump, preventing it going into land fill. Therefore reducing the need for constant moving and use of fuel.
  • Support the local economy by using local businesses for products and services and directing guests to local businesses through our local guides.
  • Involve community groups in the farm by offering educational days , linking food and farming, as well as encouraging access by local interest groups with
  • an environmental and/or community focus e.g. bird watchers, archaeologists, bee keepers.
  • Turn off the lights. We encourage our guests to switch off their lights.
  • Save water. Our Policy is not to replace towels during your stay. We also harvest rain water for our animals and our water is our own supply from our wells.
  • The hot tub is wood fired using sustainable wood, and uses our own spring water, without the need of chemicals. A system is then used, to recycle the water back to the land.
  • Stringent recycling policy. We work with Hereford council policy on recycling.
  • We aim to improve. We are constantly working towards improving our environment, we try our best to ensure we build a responsible business we can all be proud of, for future generations to come.