Listing Ref: 77
Aymestrey Lodges, Beech Lodge, Herefordshire
Located just outside the picturesque, historic market town of Leominster, the Aymestrey lodges are superbly situated in the stunning Herefordshire countryside, with incredible views across the valley.
Designed with comfort and luxury in mind, the cottages offer all the romance of a traditional but sumptuous cabin getaway, and are a wonderful, tranquil haven for visitors of all ages to come and relax and explore the beautiful scenery of the Welsh border.
Aymestrey lodges, Beech lodge accommodation
The Beech lodge is one of the four Aymestrey lodges available, the Beech lodge consists of two comfortable bedrooms: one double and one twin. The bathroom has a bath and overhead shower.
Guests are able to take in the lovely surroundings from the comfort of their own space, as the lodge boasts a furnished veranda, complete with hot tub and BBQ, perfect for al fresco dining, or whiling away long, relaxing evenings enjoying the beautiful views.
General amenities include a microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. There is also a flat screen TV with selected satellite channels and DVD/CD and radio facilities, so there is plenty of entertainment available for all the family, whatever the weather.
Ben linen, duvets, gas and electricity are all included in the rent, and travel cots and highchairs are available at £10 each per week.
Please note that: babies must be included in party total; group bookings may be subject to restrictions. Sorry no pets allowed, and all accommodation is non-smoking. Lodges have wheelchair access suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. Over 55s are offered a discount of up to £20.
Aymestrey lodges, Beech lodge surrounding area
This stunning border region is one of the most beautiful areas in the country. With expansive, green views, magnificent rivers and abundant wildlife.
The area has a rich history to uncover, with plenty of ancient timbered houses to admire, and historic villages and towns to discover. Nearby Leominster, dating back as far as the 7th Century, offers plenty of shops, cafes and pubs to enjoy, and stunning architecture to marvel at.
For visitors looking for a more adrenaline-fuelled way to discover the region, there are lots of adventurous activities to take part in, such as kayaking, mountain biking, canoeing, horse riding, and even hang gliding; not to mention hundreds of walking trails and hiking paths.
Wander around the antique shops of the beautiful market town of Ross-on-Wye, or discover the wildlife in the Wye Valley. Of course Hereford Cathedra, and the Mappa Mundi – the oldest world map – cannot be missed!
Aymestrey Lodges are a truly delightful place to visit, and offer a charming base from which to enjoy the host of activities and sights of this spectacular region.