Lower House Farm - Farm Restaurant & Barns

Lower House Farm - Farm Restaurant & Barns

At Wild by Nature we grow, produce and cook farmhouse food in the Black Mountains.

Set amongst 70 acres of hills, meadows and woodland-lined streams, Lower House Farm is our Farm to Table restaurant and family farm in the Black Mountains.

We farm in a way that respects natural cycles and promotes regeneration of diverse ecosystems and healthy soils. Our animals are native breeds, selected for their flavour and suitability to the hills on which they reside. On the farm we have our farmhouse butchery and produce charcuterie for our menus and farm shop.


We are currently closed due to COVID restrictions and hope to open back open late winter/early spring 2021.
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Dogs welcome
    • Free entry
    • Accepts groups
    • Corporate hospitality
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
    • Disabled facilities
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
    • High chairs available
  • Drinks Menu

    • Herefordshire Beer
    • Herefordshire Cider
    • Herefordshire gin/spirits
  • Food Menu

    • Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
    • Organic
    • Scratch Cooking
    • Vegetarian menu
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Lower House Farm - Farm Restaurant & Barns

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Lower House Farm
From Hereford follow A465 towards Abergavenny. At Pontrilas turn right towards Ewyas Harold and go through the village towards Longtown. At Longtown turn left and go over the bridge, just after the Village Shop turn right and right again at the junction. Head straight up the hill through Longtown village, past the Village Hall and past Castle. At the top of the hill, the road changes to National Speed Limit. Take the next left towards Brass Knoll. Winding down the narrow lane for about 1/4 mile, you will see the sign for Lower House Farm on your right.

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Follow the signs from the farm to find the secret waterfall, off the beaten footpaths and often missed by people walking in the area.