- Sports & activity
- Cot / Highchair
- DVD player
- Internet Access
- Linen provided
- Washing Machine
- Horse Riding
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Short breaks available
Set in beautiful Herefordshire countryside with fabulous rural views, this converted 17th century blacksmith's forge combines a wealth of original features with luxurious and contemporary home comforts.
With a colourful and varied history as a local smithy, an artist’s studio and wood-turners workshop, The Forge has plenty of charm and character, but it also now boasts stylish accommodation and all the mod cons. The Mortimer and Hereford Trails are on your doorstep, the famous Offa’s Dyke is nearby and the surrounding countryside is a haven for walking, cycling and photography. This is a peaceful and cosy little bolthole.
Walking and cycling are popular pastimes and there are plenty of woodland, river valley and hillside trails to explore. Other local activities include canoeing and horse riding, or you can visit one of the gardens and stately homes nearby (Croft Castle, Ludlow Castle and Berrington Hall to name but a few). Hay-on-Wye is a must-visit town, and there are lots of award-winning cider and beer producers in the area, or you could spend a morning at one of the country markets in Kington, Presteigne, Ludlow or Hereford.
Directions provided on booking.
Nearest Train Station:
Titley or local village pubs
The former pigsty is now a modern bathroom and the studio is a fully fitted kitchen. The sheets in the bedroom are Italian or Egyptian cotton, a welcome pack of local produce will be provided on arrival and there are quirky furnishings throughout. There is WiFi but it can be slow, so why not take the opportunity to switch off…
The cottage has its own garden with a fire pit and terrace, and you are welcome to enjoy seasonal fruits from the hedge and herbs from the planters.
Conditions of Rental
A deposit of 25% is required with the balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival. Check in time is 4pm and check out is 11am. No smoking.