Arboyne House

Arboyne House
Church Road, Eardisley
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We love to welcome guests to stay at Arboyne House, a listed building in the centre of Eardisley. Arboyne House is 5\* recommended with genuine reviews on Tripadvisor. We have plenty of parking in our courtyard and we do hope you enjoy the lovely garden with views across meadows to Hay Bluff and The Black Mountains. We have safe storage for your bikes, canoes and walking boots. If you love to be creative you are welcome to use ‘Arboyne Studio’. Well behaved and supervised pets are welcome by arrangement.

Whether you are coming for a holiday, a family gathering, a quiet retreat, to attend a local wedding or for a longer stay, we have flexible accommodation for one to ten guests:

* Holly Lodge is a spacious self catering apartment on the first floor of Arboyne House with a choice of 2 or 3 bedrooms to best meet your requirements and accommodate up to 6 guests. Families and groups of friends say it is ‘wonderful’.
* The Bakehouse is a delightful one bedroom self contained cottage just behind the main house which still houses the original bread oven.
* The Panel Room is our historic ensuite bedroom for BandB guests. Breakfast includes homemade bread and preserves and locally sourced produce.

We call this ‘cider and mistletoe’ county with so much to discover in our immediate location and beyond. This is a great base to explore Herefordshire, The Wye Valley, The Welsh Marches and Brecon Beacons National Park.


Open all year round.
  • Facilities

    • Baby changing
    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Amenities

    • Breakfast available
    • Secure cycle storage
    • Private outdoor space (e.g. patio/garden)
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Dogs welcome
    • Accepts groups
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Historical Interest
    • Rural location
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Directions & Parking

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Church Road, Eardisley
Travelling North through Eardisley, Arboyne House is at the top of the village, next to The Tram Inn and opposite The New Strand. It is on the left hand side and the Georgian bowed shop windows make it distinctive and easily recognised.

Caring For The Planet

Our garden encourages wildlife and is full of birds and pollinating insects. We compost and recycle and encourage guests to use these facilities. We advocate reducing single use plastic so provide toiletries and drinking water in refillable containers. We use fair trade tea and coffee. Our business electricity supplier uses 100% renewable energy sources.
  • Composting
  • Eco-cleaning products
  • Energy from renewable sources
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries

Arboyne House Recommends

We love to walk up the Woodseaves Road to The Great Oak. Nobody knows just how old this majestic tree is because it is hollow inside - somewhere between 500 and 900 years. It is still full of life and makes a great photo.