Brook House Woods
Brook House Woods invites you to come and relax in our luxury Tree houses, Yurt, Hobbit House or Goji the Tree Tent deep in the woods.
The wood gives way to the veranda, a grassy meadow looking out over the Frome valley and on to the Malvern Hills, offering spectacular views both day and night. Whether you’d like to walk the trails that cross the valley or just curl up by the fire with a good book, this is the place.
We have reached peak curtains, we don’t need more stuff, we need more experiences. Try our green woodworking courses, suitable for any level, making functional, beautiful objects – from spatulas for the fainthearted to rocking chairs for the brave.
With a wood fired hot tub, tennis court, woodwork school, yoga teacher, in room massage & beauty treatments, hot home cooked meals delivered to your door, locally sourced breakfast hampers and pizza packages to cook in the wood fired oven; Brook House Woods is the secluded, decadent break from it all.
Learn And Do
- Wood fired hot tub
- Sound bath
- Beauty treatments
- Foraging – Gin Botanicals
- Foraging – Pizza
Hand Made Yurt
Our Yurt is furnished with a wood burning stove, double bed and feather duvets, sitting area with hand made greenwood chairs and private fire pit with deck chairs for enjoying the sun whilst looking out over the Malvern Hills. A few steps away your large bathroom complete with hot shower, basin and new breed Swedish compost loo is just for your use. Tucked into to edge of the woods is your kitchen with a fridge, gas hob, le creuset pans, kettle, cafeitere, tea, coffee and all the little extras you may need for cooking up a storm.
The Hobbit House
The Hobbit house is a wood cabin giving you a little bit of Hobbiton in the Shire (Herefordshire, that is). This sweet cabin features a king size bed, feather duvets and pillows, a wood burner, fairy lights and a sitting area around a private fire pit. The Hobbit house sleeps two people and makes use of the compost toilet, outdoor shower and use of the kitchen and living area in the Wilding camp, shared only with Goji. The kitchen has a fridge with freezer compartment, 4 gas hobs, BBQ, wood fired pizza oven, all the pots, pans, plates and cutlery you’ll need to cook up a storm. We provide tea, coffee, milk, oil, sugar salt and pepper along with a selection of spices and herbs.
Goji the Tree Tent
A suspended between two ash and an oak in the mature blue bell wood at the top of Brook House Woods. Goji has two single beds that fold up to make sofas during the day, a wood burner, desk and loads of storage under the beds. The roof is entirely glass so you can lie in bed stargazing or head out to the deckchairs to breakfast overlooking the Malvern Hills, or take a wander to the meadow to play games, sunbathe or just read a book as the world goes by in the valley below. The Wilding camp is 50m away with a full kitchen, shower, compost loo, fire pit and pizza oven and leads on to the meadow for some full sun relaxation with views down the frome valley. The Wilding camp is shared with the Hobbit Hut a short walk from the camp.
Walden, Humboldt and Venn Tree Cabins
These round wood tree cabin are an exercise in luxury with their roll top veranda bath, indoor bathroom, kitchen, fridge and fluffy feather bed. Nestled amongst the trees in an old woodland overlooking the Frome valley and on to the Malverns, the tree cabins give you a totally secluded private escape amongst the Oaks and Ash. Built by the legend Rudi Meseg, a roundwood timber framer who learnt his trade with Ben Law, builder of the nation’s favourite Grand Designs house, ‘Prickly Nut Cottage’, all the wood was locally grown and sourced, the cabins are insulated with sheepswool and powered by solar. Not only are these cabin carbon positive but its the most peaceful spot to relax with a book, enjoy hot delivered meals or take a short walk to the workshop to learn to carve a spoon, make a stool or wander the footpaths branching out from the farm. Heated by a log burning stove with an oven compartment and complete with a bbq and smoker out on the veranda feed your body and soul.
Visit Bromyard a market town in Herefordshire, situated in the valley of the River Frome. It lies near to the county border with Worcestershire on the A44 between Leominster and Worcester.
Bromyard is a delightful market town with a Teddy bear museum, Wildlife Gallery, Norman Church and a Heritage Centre offering an interesting insight in to the past. Visitors love the friendliness of the people, it has a wide range of independent shops, studios, cafes and hotels. The surrounding countryside including the Downs offers many attractive walks.
Visit Herefordshire and explore a county of rolling, green countryside interrupted by villages steeped in history and interest. There's plenty to see and do but there's no escaping the sense of peace and fresh air, visit What's On In Herefordshire to find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay.