Holiday cottages in Welsh Newton are suited to visitors who want a peaceful base from which to explore the Brecon Beacons and the Wye Valley. This quiet village is surrounded by wild countryside and ancient sites, in the county of Herefordshire, near the border with Wales. Set amid rolling hills and woodland, it is a popular base among walkers and history enthusiasts. Scattered across the fields, woods and hills around Welsh Newton, there are more than 30 archaeological sites and many historic landmarks, including magnificent Pembridge Castle. It is claimed that Welsh Newton is haunted, with many reports of a headless horseman being seen on his way from St Wustan's Farm to the village. If your cottage holiday in Welsh Newton is in December, don't miss the ceremony to still the spirits at the ruins of St Faith's Church.
Sitting on the lush grounds of the owner’s house in Welsh Newton, Pembridge Cottage charms visitors with its stone exterior and modern characterful interior. The pet-friendly, detached barn conversion offers high-quality accommodation and even free fly-fishing lessons, in beautiful Herefordshire.