Old King Street Farm holiday cottages

Old King Street Farm holiday cottages

At Old King Street Farm, we have two holiday cottages available to rent.
The Cider House (five stars) which sleeps two in a large double antique brass bedstead, has a bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower, and a large, comfortable living area.

Pomona Cottage (four stars) sleeps four in a large double bedroom and a twin bedroom.  It has a shower room. kitchen/dining room and separate living room.  The cottage is suitable for less able users as all but the double bedroom are on the ground floor with no steps to hinder movement.
The cottages may be linked at first floor level allowing booking for up to six people.

Pomona Cottage and the Cider House are on a quiet road on a llama farm and one of the highlights of a stay is to take a llama trek.  The llamas are very friendly, intensely curious, and delighted to show you the wonderful village of Ewyas Harold.  Less than a half mile from the village centre with its pubs, useful shop and chip-shop (a must on your arrival), Old King Street Farm is an ideal place to take a short break or to stay for a week or more.
The long distance Herefordshire Trail passes through the village, and there is fine walking on Offa's Dyke Path which marks the border with Wales to the west.
There are 12 acres of paddocks and woodland, a lake and stream on the farm. Herefordshire is a truly undiscovered gem

Hours

Open all year round
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Rural location
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Directions & Parking

Map pin Old King Street Farm Ewyas Harold
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR2 0HB
From the A465 Hereford to Abergavenny road follow the B4347 at the Pontrilas junction.  From the centre of Ewyas Harold take the Walterstone road.  Leave the village, bear right, climb partway up the yard and pull left into the gravelled yard of Old King Street Farm.

Caring For The Planet

Our llamas provide the best manure which is used in both our veg garden and on our many rose bushes.  Expect to find a basket of garden goodies on your doorstep at the end of a day out exploring the delights of the county.  The hens, too, may be persuaded to put in a bit of effort and provide your breakfast eggs. All wastewater from the farm is piped into our reed bed situated down the hill near the lake and stream.
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)

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The absolute highlight of any stay is a trek with the farm's wonderful woolly llamas.  We escort you to Ewyas Harold Common with its glorious views and you will make a friend of your foot-footed companion. The happy memories will stay with you for a very long time.