Rowden Mill Station

Rowden Mill Station
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Rowden Mill Station is excellently positioned to explore the Malvern Hills and the Wye River valley, as well as the historic town of Hereford and the ‘Black and White’ villages around Leominster.

Bromyard is a 5-minute drive away with extensive market town facilities.
For those who would like to sample the fine food and drink of Herefordshire, we are an ideal place to discover the cider and perry making trails.

Built in the 1890s and renovated in 1984, Rowden Mill Station has been
outwardly restored to its original specifications, while internally it is now fully equipped for modern living.

The Station Building accommodates 4 guests in two bedrooms. It has a lounge with a wood-burning stove, a well fitted kitchen and a family bathroom. The magnificent station canopy over the platform provides a spectacular setting for outside dining and from where to enjoy the extensive
countryside views.

Along the platform is the Parcel Office, original to the station.
This self-contained space has an ensuite bathroom, a wood-burning stove and kitchen facilities; along with a fabulous home-cinema.

The Parcel Office provides a perfect escape for a couple while also works well as **a**n annexe for larger families or groups of friends visiting the station.

Whether you want a quiet retreat in a setting from yesteryear or a base for your visits to the surrounding towns and countryside, Rowden Mill Station is a great choice. We hope to welcome you soon!


Open all year.
Check-in from 4pm.
Check-out by 9am.
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
  • Amenities

    • Secure cycle storage
    • Private outdoor space (e.g. patio/garden)
  • Parking

    • Free parking
    • Private parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Historical Interest
    • Rural location
Rowden Mill Station

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Rowden MIll Station
Off the A44 Worcester-Leominster road in Bredenbury. Follow straight and down 1.3 miles, turn left before the bridge,  we are the 1st property on the right. Eastern end, the lane is signposted Rowden off the B4214 1.6 miles north of Bromyard. Turn right signposted Great Wacton.

Caring For The Planet

At Rowden Mill Station, we are very interested in managing our site to create and enhance habitats for wildlife: by making a pond, we now see frogs, newts or dragonflies and their life-cycle; year on year we add wildflower seeds to our meadow by the tracks which in turn attracts insects and butterflies; with new hedge laying done we have increased hedgerows that provide a safe haven for birds and small mammals. Also interested in promoting local and regional sources of food and drink, we have a directory of places for our guests to discover when visiting us.
  • Energy from renewable sources
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries

Rowden Mill Station Recommends

On the southern outskirts of Bromyard, we recommend a tasting session at 'Little Pomona' to discover all about apples, cider and cider making. While on your way to Ledbury, stop at Instone Court farm in Munderfield to check on local produce from their excellent farm vending machine.