Self-Catering Accommodation in Herefordshire and the Malvern Hills

Herefordshire lies on the beautiful Welsh borders. The county is home to some of the most breath-taking countryside, making it a marvellous destination for a rented holiday cottage. Herefordshire’s centre is Hereford city, dating back to Saxon times with its striking medieval cathedral – home to the world-famous ‘Mappa Mundi’. For a slightly different side of history, visit the Hereford Cider Museum – and keep an eye out for any cider-making festivals! Should you head further south, holidays in the Wye Valley towns of Ross-on-Wye and Symonds Yat offer a wide, tantalising range of riverside walks and canoeing trips, all amidst stunning scenery. Explore more of the towns themselves and find the unique little shops, such as the Moor Fascinators and Hats in Ross-on-Wye, and of course, Truffles Delicatessen!

16 cottages found. 16 match all criteria.

Rosehill is a characterful and child friendly holiday cottage accommodating large groups, sleeping 20 in 8 comfortable bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms in a rural hamlet a few miles from Market Drayton in Shropshire.

  • Sleeps 20
  • Bedrooms 8
  • Bathrooms 5

Brockington Hall a few miles outside Hereford in beautiful rural surroundings, is a large, luxurious and pet friendly 1930’s house amidst beautiful gardens. Perfect for large family gatherings or big groups of friends. Sleeps 37 in 11 bedrooms / 9 bathrooms.

  • Sleeps 37
  • Bedrooms 11
  • Bathrooms 9

The Old Vicarage is a large and elegant, former Victorian vicarage in Peterchurch, Herefordshire with beautiful period features including typical Victorian high ceilinged rooms. It is spacious holiday home. beautifully restored and surrounded by 4 acres of wonderful gardens, orchards and a paddock.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 4

Recently converted 17C secluded Herefordshire holiday cottage with Wi-Fi sleeping 2. Wonderful valley views. Level access, 100% wheelchair accessible [M3] with adjacent free parking. English Tourist Board Quality 5-Star graded. Owners on site (but away from sight). Excellent pubs. Dogs welcome.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1

Set in the North Herefordshire village of Brierley, The large Well House offers spacious pet friendly holiday accommodation for 12 to 15 people, making it the ideal venue for family celebrations and reunions. Occupying a quiet, yet accessible rural location (Leominster 2 miles, Hereford 12 miles, L...

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 3

Set on the edge of Herefordshire's River Arrow, this large riverside holiday cottage stands in a scenic location in the village of Eardisland. This dog friendly cottage is ideal for a family or friends who would like to spend time walking in or exploring this rural corner of Herefordshire.

  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4

The Farm House Barn in Golden Valley near Abbey Dore in Herefordshire, is a large oak-beamed farmhouse – a perfect rural retreat for a large family or groups of friends within easy reach of walks along Offas Dyke and The Brecon Beacons.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 4

The Coach House is a delightful detached country cottage with an outdoor pool in Welford, a Wye Valley village near Ross-on-Wye in the scenic Herefordshire countryside. The dog friendly cottage offers cosy, well-equipped self-catering accommodation for 2-5 guests in 3 bedrooms (one ground floor).

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 1

Bolstone Court is a large, tastefully renovated 17th Century Herefordshire farmhouse. This holiday home in Bolstone sleeps 15 in 6 bedrooms in a beautiful rural location just above the scenic River Wye. Its many facilities include a private games room in a converted church.

  • Sleeps 15
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 6

In North Herefordshire (often known as ‘Mortimer Country’, after the writer John Mortimer, whose novels were often inspired by the local landscape) you can find the small towns of Knighton and Leominster, with their charming, traditional timbered cottages, making it feel like you are walking through history. Knighton is especially great for golf enthusiasts while and Leominster is home to the intriguing Croft Castle and the grand Berrington Hall.

The town of Hay-on-Wye is famous for its international book festival, and close to the amazing Golden Valley offering idyllic riverside walks and breath-taking views of Black Mountain. On the other hand, holiday homes to the east, around the picturesque, smaller towns of Ledbury and Bromyard, also provide easy access to the neighbouring county of Worcestershire. Not just a famous sauce, Worcestershire offers so much to do and see, such as the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, the beautiful city museum and art gallery, and Arrow Valley Country Park, ideal for a day trip with a picnic and the kids. Herrefordshire is a beautiful rural county to visit if you want both nature and history to play a memorable part in your holiday.