Cider Barn And Lodge
Cider Barn And Lodge Cider Barn is self catering accommodation located just north of the cathedral city of Hereford, in the quiet village of Burghill.
The generous accommodation sleeps up to 14 which makes it ideally suited as a house party venue for special celebrations, or for larger families looking for a luxury getaway in the UK.
Burghill has a small village shop supporting a range of local produce, The Bell Inn; a bustling country pub with its own micro brewery serving gastro inspired food is within walking distance via the adjacent orchards.
Also near by is Tillington Court, our locally famous and plentiful PYO farm and cafe that can be visited during the summer months. Hereford is approximately a 5 minute drive away, where you can enjoy the friendly hustle and bustle of this historic market city with its recently opened new quarter containing all the major shopping and restaurants names and Odeon cinema.
It is also ideally placed to exploring further afield into the Wye Valley or walking in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. The Burghill Valley and Herefordshire Golf courses are just ½ mile away, and for those who want to enjoy country life.
Cider Barn is a fantastic example of 17th-century, Grade II listed architecture which is prolific in this area. The accommodation is perfectly suited to soothe the soul with ancient timbers throughout, tastefully paired with twists of antique luxuries and modern influences.
Cider Barn offers 5 star accommodation, with sumptuous living quarters on the first floor to maximise the outlook over the historic Church, apple orchards, as well as the large swimming pool, and the croquet green. Please bring your own swimming towels. (May to September).
The Lodge accommodation sleeps up to 4 and benefits from the same historic architecture as the Cider Barn with ancient timbers throughout. The living quarters are on the first floor to maximise the outlook over the ancient Church, apple orchards and the croquet green.
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