Headlands Farm offers self catering accommodation in Herefordshire. The Barn at Headlands Farm, adjoining the owners’ cottage, is self-contained within its own garden surroundings, private and secluded. It sits in an elevated position with views over apple orchards and hop-fields with Weobley Church spire in the distance and rolling fields beyond.
The 17th century, award-winning 2 bedroom property which sleeps 3, is conveniently situated on the Black & White Village Trail between the picturesque villages of Dilwyn, Pembridge and Weobley, offering excellent pubs and restaurants.
The location offers a secluded and tranquil setting in its own grounds of four and a half acres, off the beaten track with a wealth of historic interest.
To the west lay Hay-On-Wye, Offa’s Dyke, the Black Mountains, whilst to the north is beautiful Ludlow and the Shropshire Hills. To the east are the Malvern Hills and to the south, The Golden Valley and The Wye Valley – all areas of outstanding natural beauty.
The Barn has original exposed timbers throughout with french doors from the triple aspect sitting-room leading to the terrace patio area. The sitting-room has HD TV, DVD, CD and radio. There is also a cosy dining area and kitchen. Stairs leading to the first floor, double bedroom, triple aspect with super-king bed (can be made as 2 singles) and also a pretty single bedroom. The bathroom has an over bath shower. Bed linen and towels are included.
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