The Broadfield Coach House is a beautiful stone cottage situated at the end of our tree-lined drive, tucked away in its own gardens. With ample parking for three cars to the front, there is a large south-west facing garden to the rear, complete with patio for morning coffee, afternoon tea or a sundowner or two.
While the Coach House is an ideal holiday cottage for six or seven guests, it can also be hired in conjunction with the main Broadfield house as it is a short walk away. However, both properties have their own facilities and are completely private meaning different guest groups can be entirely separate.
Please note that when weddings are taking place at Broadfield, the Coach House is reserved for guests of the wedding only.
The Coach House is dog-friendly.
Inside the Coach House are three bedrooms, sleeping six or seven people. There is a large downstairs bedroom, with a superking bed that can be split into two full sized singles if needed. A put up bed can be provided in here at a small additional cost. Next to this bedroom is a large downstairs bathroom with a waterfall shower.
Upstairs there are a further two bedrooms, both kingsize. These two bedrooms share a bathroom, again with large waterfall shower. A cot can also be provided in either the downstairs bedroom or the larger of the upstairs bedrooms.
All of the bedrooms come with luxuriously comfortable bed linen, thick towels, hairdryers and are beautifully and individually styled.
The Coach House has a modern and stylish kitchen, complete with all the facilities and equipment you would need for your stay.
The open plan feel of the space is ideal for entertaining, with the dining table in the heart of the kitchen, creating a truly social space.
Outside, the patio provides a fantastic area for outdoor dining, overlooking the large private garden.
The Coach House’s lounge space is both cosy and modern, with a large squishy sofa, comfy armchairs and a log burning stove. In winter, relax in front of the fire, and in summer throw open the French doors to the patio and garden.
The Coach House garden is large and enclosed, creating a space to socialise outdoors, let children play or even to relax in a hot tub (available to be hired in separately).
The Coach House is situated just north of the village of Bodenham, within easy reach of the towns of Leominster, Ludlow and Hereford. Nearby are the National Trust Properties of Berrington Hall, Croft Castle and Brockhampton Estate, as well as Hampton Court Castle and Queenswood Country Park.
For walkers, there are many beautiful walks both near and further afield. Walks around the black and white villages are popular, as are walks around Ludlow and Mortimer Woods. Slightly further away but still within easy reach is Hay Bluff and other walks on the borders, as well as Cardingmill Valley and walks into Shropshire. The Malvern Hills is also in easy reach, with stunning views and wonderful walks.
For shoppers, there are farmers markets regularly in Ludlow and Leominster, with Ludlow also home to many fantastic shops, and a vibrant independent quarter in Hereford.
Sports fans will find racecourses nearby at Hereford and Ludlow, rugby at Luctonians and Hereford, cricket clubs throughout the county and at Worcester for county-level games. For golf fans, both The Grove and Leominster Golf Club are under ten minutes away. Those who enjoy watersports are spoilt for choice with activities on The River Wye, including canoeing and paddleboarding.
Children have plenty to do outdoors, but also indoor fun at Flip Out, Green Spider climbing or one of the counties Halo Leisure Centres. Oaker Wood Leisure is also ideal for family groups or even groups of friends looking for outdoor pursuits.
Regular festivals within the county include Eastnor Chilli Festival, Lakefest, Hay Festival, Nozstock and many more.
For prices and to book the Coach House, get in touch on 01568 760471 or firstname.lastname@example.org