Choose from 6 different holiday cottages converted from old farm buildings on Old Kennel's Farm, set in 24 acres. We can comfortably cater for groups of 2- 6 people, ideal for both romantic retreats and larger family holidays.
Guests will never find themselves at a loss for something to do, as the Farm is just a just a 10 minute walk from the market town of Ledbury, with plenty of quirky shops and popular restaurants. The farm also has an apple orchard and every Autumn delicious Wilces Cider is made, which can be sampled at the Farm.
The cottages feature an open- plan living, dining and kitchen area, with comfortable sofas and a TV. Guests will find everything they need to enjoy a relaxing holiday to the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, making these cottages the ideal home away from home.
All of the holiday cottages are self- catering, and feature a fully- equipped kitchen, including a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, cooker, hob, microwave, toaster and kettle.
|Sweet Coppin||6||3- Twin, twin, double||2- Shower, bath|
|Tom Putt||4||2- Double, twin||1- Shower over bath|
|Yarlington Mill||3||2- Double, single||1- Shower room|
|Dabinett||2||1- Twin||1- Large shower room|
|Slack-Ma-Girdle||2||1- Double||1- Bath|
|Brown Snout||2||1- Double||1- Shower room|
The cottages have walled courtyards with outdoor furniture.
There is one car parking space to the front of each property, and all bed linen, tea towels and electricity and gas are included.
We ask that guests please bring their own towels.
Please enquire directly for availability.
Old Kennels Farm is in an ideal spot in Hertfordshire, bordering both Worcestershire and Gloucestershire
All local amenities can be reached on foot, as the centre of Ledbury is just a 5 minute stroll away, where you can find a selection of popular independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Also close by is a bus stop and train station
Some great nearby places to visit during your stay are: Eastnor Castle, Malvern Hills, Worcester Porcelain, Weston's Cider, The Cotswolds and Upton- on- Seven.
Leaving the M50 at junction 2, take the A417 towards Ledbury. Proceed through the town, turn right at the railway station under the bridge and we are the first drive on the right hand side.