- Three stylish barn conversions
- Sleeping 8, 5 or 2
- Available individually or jointly
- Excellent amenitites
- Disabled access, off road parking, Wi-Fi
- Available all year round
Dukes Farm - Dog Friendly Cottages In Hereford, Herefordshire
Dukes Farm's holiday homes lie at the heart of the family farm in the upper Monnow valley, facing southwest to the Black Mountains, just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park.
They provide luxury self-catering accommodation all year round in a scenic mountain setting for a short break, family holiday or house party. Their spectacular location and high standards make them the perfect choice all year round.
Set in their own pasture land where guests can walk ‘free-range’ – a great environment for pets & children. All welcome.
The Swallow Barn (sleeps 8)
The Swallow Barn has 'the wow factor'. Artistic smithied lighting hangs in an airy vaulted living space that opens onto a south-facing terrace & vineyard with mountain views. The spacious lounge is complemented by 4 bedrooms with king-size beds, 3 shower rooms, and a variety of seating on the terrace & gardens.
Extensive kitchen facilities, two tables, and a handsome antique court cupboard regimented with smart glass and tableware allows 15 guests from all 3 properties to party together. Everyone can relax in comfort on large sofas gathered round the huge TV & wood stove. As in all the properties, children and pets are welcome.
The Granary (sleeps 5)
The Granary is full of character & comfort. Imaginative restoration using oak from the farm has retained its original features. The wonky ogee doorway remains, the mullioned windows, weathered shutters, grain weights pencilled on the beams, and its objets trouvés in nooks & crannies.
Quality facilities teamed with underfloor heating, a huge radiator & big wood stove make it cosy and welcoming all year round. The two ground floor bedrooms – one family room, one king-size double – open onto the gardens, south-facing terrace & vineyard.
Goose Cotts (sleeps 2)
Goose Cotts is a romantic nest. Its luxurious canopied king-size bed stands on a mezzanine with an oak balcony looking down over the well-appointed lounge. It makes an excellent base for exploring the area, coming home to a great kitchen and huge wood stove. Or a secluded spot to shut out the world and relax.
The handsome glazed frontage has an east-facing breakfast patio, and looks out to the spring running opposite the door, surrounded by herbs & alpine strawberries. Beside this is a sheltered terrace with cute box hedging that catches the noonday sun, its walls colonised by ox-eye daisies and Welsh poppies.
A visit to Dukes Farm will bring you to the Black Mountains, east of the Brecon Beacons that stretch across the Welsh Border into Herefordshire. Known as the Marches, and overlooked by Offa’s Dyke, the deeply cut valleys are full of historic detail: Longtown Castle, Llanthony Abbey, Dore Abbey & Craswall’s own Priory ruins.
The River Wye is said to be the best canoeing river in Britain. With the River Monnow, it also provides good fishing (some free), so canoe hire, as well as bike hire is easily arranged. We have great local pubs, all free houses, and a local brewing scene for beer & cider. The unspoilt villages and well-maintained footpaths are perfect for walking.