Rhodds Barn

Rhodds Barn

Rhodds farm is an active farm with sheep and cattle grazing in the fields. The farm buildings are placed around a small courtyard, in a rural and quiet setting, although only 2 miles from Kington, a well-known market town.

Next to the farm buildings is a marvellous ancient wood of around 15 acres, including a large pond. The farm buildings are the centre of a 3.5 acre garden – one of the owners is a garden designer, and the garden is open during the summer for visitors. The barn is a very substantial building – over 60 foot long internally and with a second floor.

Most of the ground floor is a very large sitting and dining area, but with a well-equipped kitchen and also a shower room and an additional toilet.
Upstairs is another large sitting area with a television, and then two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. Leading off the top floor is a balcony looking over the fields. One bedroom has a large double bed, and the other can be changed to twin beds or a double bed.

There are huge windows on either side right up to roof level, bringing in light to the whole interior. There is a large wood burner with as much wood as a guest could need as well as central heating for the bedrooms. The principal room has a large library with an extensive selection of books. A particular feature is a genuine working 1959 Wurlitzer jukebox.

Hours

All year.
Rhodds Barn

Directions & Parking

Map pin Rhodds Farm
Lyonshall
Kington
Herefordshire
HR5 3LW
Rhodds is 1 mile down a single track lane south of the A44 (HR53LW). We have a long drive; ignore the first car park you come to; go around the house and park outside the barn which is immediately on your left.

Caring For The Planet

Rhodds farm is self-contained with delicious and abundant water from our own spring as well as our own sewerage. Almost all heating is provided by wood burners from our own very substantial supplies of coppiced wood. There are excellent shops providing all necessary foods, much of which is obtained locally, in Kington nearby.
  • Composting
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries