Church House B & B, Kington

Church House B & B, Kington

Church House is a lovely Georgian place to stay in Kington, with a large and delightful garden that enhances the spacious and informal feel of the place.  This is a perfect area for walking, cycling (both on and off-road), bird-watching, etc.

The great Hergest Ridge starts right outside our door and attracts walkers from far and wide, with amazing views in all directions from its 1400ft summit. No fewer than 4 long-distance footpaths pass through or start at Kington.  This is also an excellent jumping-off point for horse-riding and canoeing - and golfing, on the highest course in England, just up the hill from us.  It's also a good base from which to visit the famous book-town of Hay-on-Wye (a  perfect outing on a wet day.) or the spectacular scenery and dams of the Elan Valley, in mid-Wales.

The owners are Lis and Andrew Darwin. We have lived here for 30 years, and we enjoy welcoming bed and breakfast guests as much today as we did when we first started. We have one twin and one double room, with particularly comfortable beds and private bathrooms.

B & B costs £90 for 2 people sharing a room, or £60 for a single. (Discounts available for families and single walkers.) Breakfast is, of course, a full cooked English affair, is available from 6am, and is intended to keep our many walking guests going all day long!

Hours

Open for bed and breakfast throughout the year except at Christmas and New Year.
  • Amenities

    • Breakfast available
    • Secure cycle storage
    • Drying room
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
  • Parking

    • Free parking
    • Private parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Historical Interest
Church House B & B, Kington

Directions & Parking

Map pin Church House
11 Church Road
Kington
Herefordshire
HR5 3AG
Easy to find: on the old main road through Kington, right opposite St Mary's Church (at the west end of town). Look out for our grey iron railings.

Caring For The Planet

Solar panels help to heat our water. We source all our food locally, and we have a large kitchen garden, which produces plenty of soft fruit for our breakfast compotes and jams. All our eggs come from a local farm, and our delicious local smoked bacon is particularly enjoyed by our guests.
  • Composting
  • Energy from renewable sources
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)