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5 Guests,

2 Double,

3 Singles,

1 Bath

Bearwood Cottage, Pembridge, nr Leominster, Herefordshire

Pembridge (near Leominster), Herefordshire

The attractive Bearwood Cottage is situated close to Leominster in rural Herefordshire, with a scenic setting within the grounds of Bearwood House. Sleeping up to 5 guests, it's a fantastic place to stay for anyone looking to get away from it all with a stay in a classy countryside escape.

5 Guests,

2 Double,

3 Singles,

1 Bath

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The driveway to Bearwood Cottage
Ground floor: Sitting room with open fire
Ground floor: Sitting room with open fire
Ground floor: Farmhouse kitchen with Rayburn and dining table
Enjoy lunch with a view
First floor: Double bedroom with 6' zip and link bed
First floor: Double bedroom with 5' bed
First floor: Bathroom with shower attachment
Bearwood Cottage is a half-timbered property in an idyllic rural holiday setting, providing accommodation for 5 guests
Bearwood House lies adjacent to Bearwood Cottage making the two properties ideal for a party of 15
View from the rear garden
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Important information

Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome at the property for a small additional charge per dog.

Travel cot, highchair and stairgate are available on request.

Amenities

Child Friendly

Parking

Golf

Pet Friendly

2 Bedrooms

Sleeps 5

WiFi Internet

What can I do?

Pembridge and the Black and White Trail

Pembridge is a picturesque, ancient village filled with countless medieval buildings. It's particularly notable as a highlight of the Black and White Trail, a route which leads you through a number of gorgeous Herefordshire villages which feature historic timbered and half-timbered black-and-white houses. Why not start out here and explore the rich heritage and architecture of the county's buildings?

Leominster

The market town of Leominster, established in 660 AD, isn't far away and is well worth a visit, with historic buildings dating back to the medieval and Tudor period everywhere. The town hosts a number of independent retailers, as well as antiques shops and markets. You can also visit Leominster Priory, where you can see one of England's last remaining ducking stools.

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