Enjoy your stay at

Hamcombe Hall

Everything you need to get the most out of your stay

Cooking & Dining

Chef & Catering Services

Renowned Local Produce

Herefordshire is renowned for a wide range of produce including beef, apples, cider, perry, organic vegetables, little Herefordshire cheese, ice cream, homemade pies and pastries and much more.

Private Catering Services

Rococo Catering
Exquisite food, exquisite service with a personal and enthusiastic approach. An enviable reputation for weddings, parties and events catering in Herefordshire and the surrounding counties.
01497 831484 | www.rococo-catering.co.uk | enquiries@rococo-catering.com

A2Zest Catering
Think of an event you really enjoyed. Chances are the food was as memorable as the day itself. A2Zest deliver a fine dining experience to complement your day perfectly. Every dish you see on the website is the work of their award-winning chefs. They cook fresh, exciting flavours and present them beautifully, delighting your guests and creating an event to remember. The chefs and event planners will work with you to design the perfect menu for your wedding or special occasion, and they share ideas with you and embrace your vision. Every element of their service is then carefully planned so you can relax and enjoy the party too.
01432 341120 | www.a2zest.co.uk | enquiries@a2zest.co.uk

Great Places to Eat & Drink

Pubs

The Sun Inn
The Sun Inn nestles in the tiny Herefordshire village of Winforton, close to Hay-on Wye, on the main A438 Hereford to Brecon road. For the past ten years Gail and Richard Greenwood have been harvesting all that is great from the local farms and fresh food producers in Herefordshire. With their fantastic Welsh Black Beef Sirloin Roast on a Sunday for lunch and Rump Steaks at other times. The Menu changes each month and evolves throughout the month to enjoy the seasonal produce as it becomes available, with fresh Cornish Fish always on the Menu. The Menu never ceases to thrill regular diners and those who arrive at the door for the first time.
Winforton, Herefordshire, HR3 6EA (5 minute drive)
01544 327677 | www.thesuninnwinforton.co.uk | richard23457@btinternet.com

The Tram Inn
A family-friendly pub catering for the younger members of the family, as well as mums, dads and grandparents. With a beautiful garden, you won’t be able to resist the temptation of spending a lunchtime or evening sipping one of their local ales in the delightful surroundings, enjoying the friendly & welcoming atmosphere. With fresh homecooked dishes, using locally sourced ingredients, available from Tuesday to Saturday for both lunches and suppers, and fresh homecooked traditional roast dinners on Sundays, The Tram Inn is the perfect venue to meet your requirements when looking for a meal out.
Church Road, Eardisley, Herefordshire, HR3 6PG (5 minute drive)
01544 327251 | www.thetraminn.co.uk

The Boat Inn
An imposing early 20th century building on the site of a much older pub near the one-time ferry crossing. It consists of a public bar which caters for canoeists and walkers, a lounge and two restaurants enjoying splendid views of the River Wye. Traditional pub food, available at all sessions, is cooked using locally sourced ingredients and bar and restaurant menus are available.
Whitney Village Road, Whitney-on-Wye, Hereford, HR3 6EH (5 minute drive)
01497 831223

The Yew Tree
Situated in a beautiful part of Herefordshire, en-route between the historical market city of Hereford and the world famous Hay-on-Wye. Popular with walkers, cyclists, canoeists, fishermen and families.
Preston on Wye, Hereford HR2 9JT (15 minute drive)
01981 500359 | www.country-pub-hereford.co.uk

Restaurants

Tomatitos Tapas Bar
The food here is made from the best ingredients sourced locally from the wonderful profusion of growers and makers on the Welsh borders, from artisan bread to the best seasonal veg. The wines and beers are largely sourced from Spain, and they serve illy coffee.
38 Lion St, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford HR3 5AA (15 minute drive)
01497 820772 | www.haytomatitos.co.uk

The Stag Inn
The inn is at the meeting point of two old drovers roads and has been added to and changed over the centuries. The owners have tried to be true to this rustic heritage and serve local produce in the cosy bar and dining rooms. Over the years they have won various awards for their food and drink. They are Herefordshire Dining Pub of the year in the Good Pub Guide 2016 and have twice won the National Award. You will find them in most guide books including AA, Hardens, Good Food, Good Hotel, Michelin and Sawdays.
Titley, Kington HR5 3RL (15 minute drive)
01544 230221 | www.thestagg.co.uk

Foyles of Glasbury
Glasbury on Wye, Glasbury, Hereford HR3 5LH (20 minute drive)
01497 847550 | www.foylesofglasbury.com

Family Restaurants

The Beefy Boys
They use locally sourced ingredients to create mouthwatering Burgers, Sides, Milkshakes & Cocktails. Burgers are made with 100% 21 day age Herefordshire Beef, minced fresh daily. Old Market, Hereford, HR4 9HR (20 minute drive)
01432 359209 | www.thebeefyboys.com

Takeaway

Please find below details for a number of great local takeaways.

Lucky House Chinese
Holmer St, Hereford HR4 0HS (20 minute drive)
01432 274127

New Chop Suey Bar
162 Eign St, Hereford HR4 0AP (20 minute drive)
01432 268670

Rasbari
13 Church St, Storringtoin, Pulborough, RH20 4LA (20 minute drive)
01432 265440

Shopping for Food

Supermarkets

All supermarkets listed below can also deliver.

Asda
Belmont Rd, Hereford HR2 7JE (25 minute drive)
01432 346300 | www.asda.com

Tesco
38 Holme Lacy Rd, Hereford, HR2 6BY (25 minute drive)
0345 675 7251 | www.tesco.com

Waitrose
10, Auctioneers Walk, The Old Market, Edgar St, Hereford HR4 9HX (25 minute drive)
01432 343840 | www.waitrose.com

Butchers, bakers, delis and farm shops

Oakchurch Country Department Store
Brecon Road Staunton On Wye, Hereford, HR4 7NH (5 minute drive)
01981 500 125 | www.oakchurch.net

Sally’s Pantry
10 Headbrook, Kington HR5 3DZ (15 minute drive)
01544 239000

Farmers’ Markets

Hereford Farmers’ Market: every Thursday and the first Saturday in the month.
High Town, Hereford, adjacent to the Buttermarket HR1 2AA (25 minute drive)

Wine Merchants

Tanners Wines
4 St Peter’s Square, Hereford HR1 2PG (25 minute drive)
01432 272044 | www.tanners-wines.co.uk

Things to Do

Helicopter Tour

Tiger Helicopters
Go on a helicopter tour of the surrounding area including the Black Mountains and the property, including approach and low flying around the house and land.
Shobdon Aerodrome, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9NR (25 minute drive)
01568 708028 | www.tigerhelicopters.co.uk | Info@tigerhelicopters.co.uk

Clay Pigeon Shooting

Laser Clayz
Laser Clay Shooting is an activity that can be enjoyed by everyone, whatever their age or ability. It is a hi-tec electronic version of the country sport of Clay Pigeon Shooting, with each player using a modified shotgun to fire an infrared beam at real clays launched from a real clay trap.
Middle Cefn, Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, HR2 0JH (30 minute drive)
01981 240579 | www.laserclayz.co.uk

Horse Riding

Bryngwyn Riding Centre
Bryngwyn Riding Centre is a small, family-run, friendly riding stables offering horse riding that is tailored to your individual needs, whether you are a total beginner, novice or experienced rider. Set on the edge of The Welsh Marches, they are in a relatively undiscovered area of high moorland, providing some of the best riding country to be found in Wales and nearby Hay on Wye.
Bryngwyn, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3QN (25 minute drive)
01497 851669 | www.ridinginwales.com | ridinginwales@gmail.com

Fishing

Letton Court Fishery (at property)
Exclusive Game and Coarse Fishing on the River Wye and Oxbow Lake. Game Fishing – Salmon, Brown Trout, Grayling, Sea Trout. Coarse Fishing – Barbel, Carp, Pike, Bream, Tench, Perch, Chub, Roach. 1.5 miles of superb left bank River Wye fishing.

Cycling

Drover Cycles
Offering two easy options for collection/return. Bikes can be delivered to you for free. With every hire you’ll get a pump, repair kit and lock, and of course the all important helmet. They can also lend you some maps of their favourite routes, or if you’re a gadget lover there’s the option to hire a Garmin cycle computer with the maps pre-loaded.
Forest Road, Hay on Wye, Powys, HR3 5EH (15 minute drive)
01497 822419 | www.drovercycles.co.uk | info@drovercycles.co.uk

Golf

Kington Golf Club
Kington Golf Club is the highest 18-hole golf course in England. The Golf Club, founded in 1925, is located on Bradnor Hill, just outside the medieval town of Kington in the beautiful county of Herefordshire, but nestling on the border of Wales. Kington Golf Club is considered to be one of the finest, natural inland links courses in the country and has some of the best greens in Herefordshire golf. Members and Visitors to the Golf Club can enjoy first class facilities, with the well-appointed lounge and dining room offering fine views of the outstanding finishing hole and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Bradnor Hill, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3RE (15 minute drive)
01544 230340 | www.kingtongolf.co.uk | info@kingtongolf.co.uk

Walking

Brecon Beacons
The Brecon Beacons National Park’s green – and very fresh – landscapes are renowned for their big, open spaces. There are big skies too – and Dark Skies for night-time strolls into star trek territory. Walking comes with that boundless, let’s go, let-off-the-leash Beacony feeling you only get in this part of the world. The variety is world-class too. Go up, up and away into the high country, carved by ice millennia ago. Or explore deep, wooded gorges where rivers are still shaping limestone rocks as they tumble down spectacular waterfalls.
There are lakes and forests too, as well as beauty spots and secret places. There are trails that suit everyone, from serious outdoor enthusiasts to families out for a Sunday afternoon walk in the park. On top of it all, this is also Wales’ first Geopark and one of only seven Dark Sky Reserves in the world.
07802 582826 | www.breconbeacons.org/walking

Breweries, Distilleries and Wineries

Frome Valley Vineyard
A 1.5ha vineyard with nine different vine varieties. They also have a demonstration vineyard showing the main trellising systems used throughout the world. The shop sells their seven still wines together with the award-winning sparkling wine, as well as their cider, brandy and other wine-related gifts. Open to visitors on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 6pm and at other times by arrangement.
Paunton Court, Bishops Frome, Worcester WR6 5BJ (40 minute drive)
01885 490 768 | www.fromevalleyvineyard.co.uk

Orgasmic Cider Company
When you visit the shop at Great Parton Farm, you are welcome to try before you buy from their range of cider, perry and fruit juice, bottled and draught. Stay awhile and enjoy a glass of refreshing cider in the orchard. What better way to to enjoy cider than in the orchards where the apples are grown? They also stock a lovely range of locally produced drinks such as cassis, liquers and ales. Open Friday and Saturday 12pm – 5pm.
Great Parton, Eardisley, Hereford, HR3 6NX (5 minute drive)
01544 327244 / 07773 037448 | www.orgasmiccidercompany.co.uk

Dunkertons Cider
Their drinks are made from traditional varieties of apples and pears, chosen each Autumn for their particular characteristics. As soon as apples are ripe, which in some years has been as early as September, they are delivered to the Mill in Pembridge or harvested from their very own organic orchards. Cider Mill shop open Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm.
Bearwood Lane, Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 9ED (20 minute drive)
01544 388701 | www.dunkertonscider.co.uk

Westons Cider
A warm welcome awaits you at Westons Cider Mill. Nestled amongst acres of apple and perry pear orchards, their 400-year-old farmhouse, The Bounds, is the centre piece to a truly unique day out. Open 7 days a week, visitors of all ages are invited to discover the secrets of traditional cider making by joining one of the daily guided mill tours.
The Bounds, Much Marcle, Ledbury Herefordshire, HR8 2NQ (45 minute drive)
01531 660233 | www.westons-cider.co.uk

Chase Distillery
Offering exclusive tours around their single-estate distillery in Herefordshire, just four miles out of Hereford. This unique tour and tasting experience will unlock some of the secrets and skills that go into creating the award-winning range of super premium Chase spirits. Your expert guide will show you everything from their traditional mashing, fermenting and distilling processes, to the bottling line, where every bottle is still filled and sealed by hand. You will even be able to step outside the front door onto the rolling potato fields and cider apple orchards to see the raw ingredients that go into making each of their spirits. After the tour you’ll head back to the Chase Bar to enjoy a tutored tasting of their range of award-winning products, and if there’s something that takes your fancy, you can pick up a bottle at the Boutique Distillery Shop.
Chase Farm, Rosemaund Drive, Preston Wynne, HR1 3PG (30 minute drive)
01432 820455 | www.chasedistillery.co.uk

Stately Homes & Gardens, Castles and Cathedrals

Hay Castle
For a thousand years this remarkable structure has been part of the landscape. Part Norman, part Jacobean and part Victorian, Hay Castle has been a home to invaders, patriots’ citadel, country manor and a worldfamous bookshop. The castle stands in the heart of Hay-on-Wye – sometimes called the Town of Books – site of the Hay Literary Festival, which for ten days every year attracts the most exciting writers, thinkers and artists to inspire and entertain hundreds of thousands of visitors.
Castle St, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford HR3 5DF (15 minute drive)
01497 820079 | www.haycastletrust.org | info@haycastletrust.org

Hampton Court Castle & Gardens
15th Century Medieval Castle, award-winning gardens and parkland with 1,000 acres of imagination.
Hampton Court Estate, Hope-Under-Dinmore, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PN (30 minute drive)
01568 797676 | www.hamptoncourt.org.uk | ticketoffice@hamptoncourt.org.uk

Berrington Hall
Standing proud and strong, this fine Georgian mansion sits within ‘Capability’ Brown’s final garden and landscape. In the parkland you can explore Brown’s work with Red Earth’s ‘Genius Loci’ exhibition. In the house, discover jewel-like interiors, designed by Henry Holland and home to the Harley, Rodney and Cawley families. Experience some of the extremes of the 18th Century in the wig and bum shop and discover the hidden ‘below stairs’.
near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DW (30 minute drive)
01568615721 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk/berrington-hall | berrington@nationaltrust.org.uk

Croft Castle and Parkland
Croft Castle sits deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside surrounded by 1,500 acres of historic woodland, farm and parkland. This intimate house became the Croft family home before the Domesday Book. Live life as Sir James Croft and find out how the family bought back their home in 1923. Explore the family photographs or sit and read through the auction catalogues. Look out for the 1950s photographs and memorabilia which detail how Croft was at risk of demolition before 1957 and what it was like then. Big kids and little kids can find out or relive some 1950s games and toys in the family room, complete with costumes for dressing up. Step outside and explore the working walled garden complete with historic orchards and vineyard and take a peak inside the 1908 glasshouse restoration project. Look out for the Georgian stable block and uncover some of the stories of how horses were cared for during the war years.
Yarpole, near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9PW (30 minute drive)
01568780246 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk/croft-castle-and-parkland | croftcastle@nationaltrust.org.uk

Croft Castle and Parkland
Croft Castle sits deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside surrounded by 1,500 acres of historic woodland, farm and parkland. This intimate house became the Croft family home before the Domesday Book. Live life as Sir James Croft and find out how the family bought back their home in 1923. Explore the family photographs or sit and read through the auction catalogues. Look out for the 1950s photographs and
memorabilia which detail how Croft was at risk of demolition before 1957 and what it was like then. Big kids and little kids can find out or relive some 1950s games and toys in the family room, complete with costumes for dressing up. Step outside and explore the working walled garden complete with historic orchards and vineyard and take a peak inside the 1908 glasshouse restoration project. Look out for the Georgian stable block and uncover some of the stories of how horses were cared for during the war years.
5 College Cloisters, Cathedral Close, Hereford, HR1 2NG (25 minute drive)
01432 374200 | www.herefordcathedral.org

Photography

Gemma Williams Photography
Prices for Family Photoshoots include relaxed and natural photography by Gemma Williams with all your edited digital photographs provided in high resolution on USB to print and share as you wish. Enquiring early is recommended! Prices from £350.
www.gemmawilliamsphotography.co.uk | gemma@gempics.co.uk

Pampering & Fitness

Holme Lacy House Hotel
A stunning hotel that once lived life as an 18th-century country mansion, Holme Lacy House is a delightful retreat that has something for everyone. Located in an idyllic corner of rural Herefordshire, it’s perfect for spa getaways. It’s home to a range of amenities that helps to make every visit a memorable one, so get ready for an experience that will tick every box.
Bridge Rd, Holme Lacy, Hereford HR2 6LP (30 minute drive)
01432 870870

Wye Leisure
Wye Leisure’s therapists offer a “well-being” experience, providing treatments and products that are dedicated to the mind and body. Relax, unwind and rejuvenate in their elegant and contemporary treatment rooms. They pride themselves on creating a friendly and peaceful ambiance within a professional environment. Wye Leisure Health and Leisure Club, Fownhope, Hereford, HR1 4PE (35 minute drive)
01432 860860 | www.wyeleisure.co.uk

Hereford Leisure Centre
Offering a wide range of sport and fitness facilities.
Hereford Leisure Centre, Holmer Road, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR4 9UD (20 minute drive)
01432 278178 | www.haloleisure.org.uk

Glo Pamper
For pampering in the comfort of your property, there is a range of treatments available from a local therapist including massage, pedicure, manicure, etc. Please book well in advance.
020 7096 0385 | https://www.glo-pamper.co.uk/

Festivals & Events

Hay Book Festival
For 29 years Hay Festival has brought together writers from around the world to debate and share stories at its festival in the staggering beauty of the Welsh Borders. Hay celebrates great writing from poets and scientists, lyricists and comedians, novelists and environmentalists, and the power of great ideas to transform our way of thinking. For 10 days in May, Hay is full of stories, ideas, laughter and music.
Brecon Rd, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5PJ (15 minute drive)
01497 822 629 | www.hayfestival.com/wales/ | admin@hayfestival.org

Ludlow Food Festival
Inside Ludlow Castle with more than 180 local food and drink producers and suppliers: real food, ale, cider, perry, wine and more from the Marches, with samples and tastings.
Ludlow Castle, Castle Sq, Ludlow SY8 1AY (45 minute drive)
01584 873957 | www.foodfestival.co.uk

Bromyard Folk Festival
The best folk festival / cultural event in the Welsh border area, featuring over 170 hours of entertainment in just one weekend of traditional music, song and dance.
Delahay Meadow,, B4203, Bromyard HR7 4NT (45 minute drive)
07990 629 203 | www.bromyardfolkfestival.co.uk

Top Things to Do for Children

Adventure Activities

Mountain Mayhem
Activity centre situated in the heart of the Black Mountains, on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, Herefordshire, which makes for breathtaking views in completely unspoilt countryside and hills. The location makes it ideal for Brecon Beacon walks and the centre is well known for some of the best activities in the UK.
Tybubach Farm, Craswall, Brecon Beacons, Herefordshire, HR2 0PH (35 minute drive)
01873 860 450 | www.mountain-mayhem.com | enquiries@mountainmayhem.com

Canoeing & Kayaking

The Wye Valley Canoe Centre
The Wye Valley Canoe Centre sits on the banks of the River Wye four miles west of Hay-on-Wye. They are located on the bridge at Glasbury and have a fleet of Canadian canoes, single kayaks and double kayaks. You can paddle for a few hours or for a few days. You’ll start at the Wye Valley Canoe Centre in Glasbury and paddle downstream. When you reach your destination you phone them and they will collect you and your canoes with a minibus and trailer. It is a beautiful stretch of river and ideal for spending time with family and friends, enjoying the peace and quiet of an unspoilt stretch of water.
Tybubach Farm, Craswall, Brecon Beacons, Herefordshire, HR2 0PH (35 minute drive)
01497 847213 | www.wyevalleycanoes.co.uk | info@wyevalleycanoes.co.uk

want to canoe?
The Wye is by far one of the most beautiful rivers in the British Isles and one of the few you can navigate by canoe, without restriction, for well over 100 miles. want to canoe? offer you the chance to embark on a relaxing river adventure from several different points along the way, with an array of different routes to choose from, all with their own unique sights, sounds and smells.
Racquety Farm, Wyecliff, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5RS (15 minute drive)
01497 820604 | www.canoehire.co.uk | hire@canoehire.co.uk

Zoos & Animal Centres

The International Centre for Birds of Prey
The International Centre for Birds of Prey is the oldest dedicated birds of prey centre in the world, but unless you are interested in birds of prey – why visit? Well we can almost guarantee that you will enjoy it. We humans are surrounded by birds in our daily lives, but so often don’t notice them. A visit here gives you the opportunity to see one group of birds up close, with in many cases no wire, and watch them fly amazingly close to you.
Boulsdon House, Newent GL18 1JJ (50 minute drive)
01531 820286 / 01531 821581 | www.icbp.org | info@icbp.org

Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre
They have been welcoming visitors for the past 25 years to share this very special place and their wonderful collection of miniature, rare and friendly creatures. During winter months and in very wet weather the animals are displayed undercover which makes it more comfortable for them and for you. There is wheelchair access to all areas of the farm, with free mobility scooter loan on site. Use the Postcode HR5 3HF with any SatNav, then on approaching Kington look out for the Brown and White signs with the Owl symbol on them.
Kington, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR5 3HF (15 minute drive)
01544 231109 | www.owlcentre.com

Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo
You can walk with butterflies from around the world. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo is indoors, it’s tropical and it’s teeming with exotic butterflies. Living butterflies fly around as you discover their fascinating lives in close-up. They’re amazing. See for yourself every stage of their life-cycle: Egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and some of the world’s most beautiful butterflies.
Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye HR9 6DA (45 minute drive)
01600 890360 | www.butterflyzoo.co.uk

Railways

Broomy Hill Miniature Railway
Entirely hand-built by a local society since 1962, the Broomy Hill Miniature Railway is a charming treat for your little trainspotters, provided you can find an open day! It’s a thoughtfully concepted set-up and all gauges of model locomotive are catered for with both a raised and a ground level track.
The Station, Broomy Hill, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, HR4 0LJ (20 minute drive)
01432 270143 | www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/family-fun/Broomy_Hill_Miniature_Railway

Theme Parks

Shortwood Farm
Set in 150 acres of glorious Herefordshire countryside, Shortwood Farm is a rural idyll, attracting visitors from all over the country. With its wide array of activities, countless educational benefits, and a truly personal approach, Shortwood really does cater for everybody.
Shortwood Farm, Pencombe, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4RP (40 minute drive)
01885 400205 | www.shortwoodfarm.co.uk

Cantref Adventure Farm
Cantref is just 3 miles from Brecon with stunning views of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains; many say that they have the best views in Wales. On-site Children’s Farm Park, with indoor/outdoor play zones and animal shows, Horse Riding Centre, Cafe. Everything you need for a stress-free holiday or day out with the kids.
Upper Cantref Farm, Cantref, Brecon, Powys, LD3 8LR (40 minute drive)
01874 665223 | www.cantref.com | info@cantref.com

Climbing

Black Mountain Activities
Black Mountain Activities Ltd is an outdoor adventure centre, located near the town of Brecon on the edge of the Brecon Beacons & Black Mountains National Park. They specialise in providing outdoor adventure activities to kids and adults of all ages and abilities.
The Activity Centre, Three Cocks, Brecon LD3 0SD (20 minute drive)
01497 847897 | www.blackmountain.co.uk

Llangorse Multi Activity Centre
This Indoor Climbing Centre provides high-quality facilities for all ages & abilities – both experienced climbers and those looking to get involved in the sport.
The Gilfach, Llangorse, Brecon, LD3 7UH (35 minute drive)
0333 600 20 20 | www.activityuk.com/indoor/indoor-climbing/ | action@activityuk.com

Paint-it-yourself Pottery

Manic Ceramics
Come on your own or bring along family and friends. Whether you want to make a unique and special gift, a baby keepsake or just to spend a relaxing time – we can guarantee you’ll have fun designing your own masterpiece that, once kiln fired, will become a very special and much loved item of pottery (functional too).
10 St Martins Street, Hereford, HR2 7RD (25 minute drive)
07930 907 079 | www.manic-ceramics.com

Museums

The Waterworks Museum
This Museum’s goal is to be recognised as a specialist museum that brings industrial heritage to life.
Broomy Hill, Hereford HR4 0LJ (20 minute drive)
01432 357236 | www.waterworksmuseum.org.uk

Useful Information

Bedrooms and Bathrooms
• Sleeps 20-22
• 10 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms (4 en-suite, 3 shared)
• Two z-beds available on request (additional charge)
• Three of the Kings are zip-and-link

Bedrooms Sleeps Beds Features
Bedroom 1 2 King
Bedroom 2 2 King En-suite
Bedroom 3 2 King En-suite
Bedroom 4 2 King En-suite
Bedroom 5 2 King En-suite
Bedroom 6 2 King
Bedroom 7 2 King
Bedroom 8 2 King
Bedroom 9 2 Twin
Bedroom 10 2 Twin

Cooking and Dining
• Private catering available
• Two double ovens, fan and electric
• One ceramic hob, electric
• Gas BBQ (fuel included)
• Dining table comfortably seats 20 guests
• Breakfast room seats 16, with an additional three bar stools
• Microwave
• Outside table and chairs

Where We Are
• Located just 15 minutes from the Brecon Beacons National Park
• The nearest train station is Hereford
• The nearest airport is Cardiff
• Taxis available
• Parking for up to 20 cars
• Herefordshire | HR3 6DH

Inside
• 11 TVs with Freeview (one in each bedroom, as well as 55″ TV in the panelled room)
• DVD player in the panelled room and DVD library (selection suitable for children)
• Bluetooth iPod docking station
• Selection of books (selection suitable for children)
• Board games
• Two log burners
• Wi-Fi

Outside
• Outdoor heated pool available April until the end of September
• Seven acres of formal gardens, 55 acres of estate land including seven-acre lake, and fishing on the River Wye
• Croquet, cricket and football

Activities
• Go a round of golf at 18-hole Kington Golf Club
• Walk the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains and Snowdonia
• Treat yourself to pampering at Wye Leisure Spa
• Take a tipple at the Chase Distillery or tour the Monkland Cheese Dairy
• Brave the rock faces or the River Wye rapids

For Children
• Try coarse fishing on the lake
• Shoot pretend pigeons with Laser Clay
• Rent bikes from Drover Cycles in Hay on Wye
• Take a four-legged ride at Bryngwyn Riding Centre
• Try more outdoor action with Mountain Mayhem

Payment Process
• We take a one-third deposit at the time of booking
• The balance is due three months before the date booked

Cautionary Deposit
• £1,000 refundable deposit

House Restrictions
• Dogs permitted on request
• No fireworks
• Noise policy in place
• Bouncy castles welcome
• Stag and hen parties permitted on request

Arrival and Departure
• Check in is 4pm
• Check out is 10am
• Check out on Sundays is 4pm

What’s Included
• Welcome hamper
• Linen, towels and essentials
• Two dishwashers
• Washing machine
• Two cots
• Two high chairs