The Cottages

 

 

Welcome to Burnett Cottages

Tranquil, idyllic barn conversions in rural England

 

Our self catering holiday cottages are located in the grounds of The Burnett Farmhouse, a former farm, set in the beautiful rolling countryside of South Herefordshire, with far reaching views over the quiet valley of Orcop towards Garway Hill.

In tranquil farmland away from the main roads, these renovated barn and farm buildings provide an ideal base for exploring areas of outstanding natural beauty including the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons and the Malvern Hills.

Burnett Holiday Cottages

Facilities & Information

about our cottages

We have three self-catering cottages, sympathetically restored with oak beams and antique style furniture, yet providing high standards of comfort with fitted carpets, central heating and modern kitchen appliances.

There is a garden area set aside exclusively for the use of our guests, with patio, equipped with barbecue, tables and chairs - and of course the fantastic views.

  • Price includes linen, towels, electricity and central heating
  • Sorry, no pets
  • Strictly non smokers only
  • Ample off road parking
  • Short breaks available
  • Games Room

 

Situation

Where we are

The cottages are within 20 minutes drive of Hereford, Ross-on-Wye and the M50 motorway. Also within easy reach are Hay-on-Wye, Monmouth, Symonds Yat, Malvern, Abergavenny, Cheltenham, Cardiff, Chepstow, The Brecon Beacons, Wales and Worcester with numerous places to visit including the castles of The Marches, Offa's Dyke path, Tintern Abbey, The Wye Valley, the Black and White villages, gardens to explore, antique shops and many more places of interest.

The Cottages and former farm, are set away from the lanes and nestle on the side of Orcop Hill, with views across the Valley.

We are creating a Gallery of pictures taken during the year from the Cottages and Farmland.

Local Activities

Find out what South Herefordshire has to offer

  • Bird Watching - including Buzzards visible from the Granary in the fields below the cottages.
  • Cycling - we have a store you can keep bikes safe in
  • Walking - The parish has 21 Km of footpaths alone.
  • Fishing
  • Climbing
  • Canoeing
  • Horse Riding
  • Fine and simple fare at Restaurants and Pubs in the surrounding area.
  • Hereford Walking Festival is mid June each year, this plus all the regular walking events can be found at Visit Herefordshire
  • To arrive by public transport take the Stagecoach 417 from Hereford. Hereford has bus and train links with all of the UK.

 

 

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