Leominster, pronounced 'Lemster', offers visitors a choice of self catering properties within the town and surrounding Herefordshire villages, ranging from restored half timbered cottages to large houses. This wonderful medieval town lies in the heart of Herefordshire just nudging the border with Wales.. The town’s classic black and white Tudor buildings are a memorable feature, as are the recently restored Grange Court and the Priory Church which dates back to the 7th Century.
obbler’s Cottage in Pembridge is a quintessential black and white rural cottage replete with beamed walls and ceilings. The pet-friendly, semi-detached cottage in Herefordshire has been successfully renovated and offers a wood burner, conservatory, enclosed garden, summerhouse and bespoke kitchen.
Rustic charm defines Bearwood Cottage, a pet-friendly cottage near Pembridge in Herefordshire. The half-timbered rural cottage sits on the grounds of Bearwood House and boasts generous gardens in an idyllic rural setting, as well as a sophisticated interior with a wood burner and farmhouse kitchen.
A rural delight, the Hop Kiln is a luxury holiday Herefordshire cottage sleeping seven. The exposed oak beams throughout this converted 16th Century countryside barn add to the rustic feel, while modern features like Wi-Fi and underfloor heating mean a modern, relaxing holiday. Pets welcome.
Holly Bush is a charming romantic cottage sitting on a working farm in the hamlet of Luntley in Herefordshire. Replete with exposed beams, trusses and original features, the rural cottage boasts undeniable charm, as well as contemporary comforts, generous outdoor spaces and blissful tranquillity.
The Owl Barn is a luxurious stone-built barn conversion set amid beautiful countryside near Kimbolton in Herefordshire. The pet-friendly, single-storey cottage enjoys sumptuous countryside views and retains original features such as beams and stone walls, combined with contemporary sophistication.
This converted 17th century stone barn with a private, enclosed garden is located half a mile up a private drive on a working arable farm near the village of Docklow. It offers plenty of country walks with stunning unspoilt views.
Leominster's narrow pebbled streets are lined with a blend of well-known stores and smaller independent shops unique to Leominster. Many of these are antique shops in which the town excels, having the best selection in the Welsh Marches. There’s a fascinating folk museum illustrating Leominster’s folk history that is open to the public all year round.
A beautiful antique store rests happily upon one of the town’s friendly tea rooms in the centre of the town. Leominster, pronounced ‘Lemster’, is a lovely historic town with so much to offer, buckets of culture and character and enough entertainment and wonderful sights to never get tired of it all. You’ll almost certainly find yourself wanting another trip back to Leominster for a bit of rest and recuperation after returning to reality.