The 'Redwood Tree' room is in Hanway House which is a warm, rustic, self-catering country cottage. You'll stay in a private conservation area, Mortimer Forest, farm and wild life.
The largest of our three room listing options. Then we have the en-suite 'The 'Woodlands Suite', en-suite comfort and the smaller budget choice of The 'Fox and Feathers' a lovely nest of a room.
Ideal for rambling, walking your dog, off and on road cycling, horse riding, exploring nature, 1400's historic villages .
The Redwood Tree room.
This is a spacious, warm and comfortable room. A cosy double bed will give you a good night's sleep. Heater, USB port, storage, desk, view across the grass where animal and birds feed from time to time, clean air and healthy spring water.
We have had many wonderful guests stay, giving Hanway House 5 star ratings. Their kind reviews have enabled us to earn 'Superhost' status.
Enjoy the flora and fauna that surrounds Hanway House. Look for woodland plants, wild garlic, bluebells and the blossoming fruit trees. Forage for mushrooms, leaves, nuts, seeds and fruit. Identify tree types including our ancient trees. Enjoy the wildlife visiting from the woodlands and forest, deer, foxes, hedgehogs, bats and squirrels as well as an abundance of insects, butterlies, frogs and voles, not to mention the elusive lizards and newts."
"Hanway House is a 300 year old, former Estate Manager's cottage. It was part of the original Moor Park Trust (Moor Park itself is now a private school), owned by the Foster and Inchiquine dynasties. The late Lord and Lady Phaedrig and Vera O'Brien Lord Inchiquin the 17th Baron lived out their lives on the property. Their contribution to English heritage goes unrecognised with the Hon Major Phaedrig O'Brien carrying out field intelligence mapping during WWII, he was responsible for geological and mineral discoveries in East and Southern Africa, interests in photography, antique collecting and hunting. The families were the founders of the All Saints Church in Richards Castle where valuable works of art hang.
Today, Hanway House is a warm, comfortable and rustic cottage, full of life, personality, history, love and laughter. The best tea in the land is made using the crystal clear water from our exclusive spring. The spring flows into a brook that flows under the kitchen on its way to the river Teme - the mystery as to why the house was built over the stream has never been solved!"
We try to carefully balance our hospitality with your and my privacy, this is our home and you'll be welcomed as part of the family
There are two storeys with the bedroom located on the first floor.
Entering Hanway House, you are welcomed by the warm, well equiped kitchen. There is an adjoining lounge with a wood stove followed by a second lounge with open fire and a large screen TV. A stair case then leads to the first floor where you will find your bedroom and bathroom. Above the bedroom area are the attic master and storage rooms.
Rustic, casual, country accomodation surrounded by woodland, wildlife and birdsong. Not city modern.
We open our self-catering home to you to share the house, countryside and extraordinary wildlife that we enjoy. We hope you'll love it as much as we do!
Children will find plenty to enjoy here, playing in the woods, making dens, paddling in the spring-fed brook or exploring the mysteries of the iron-age quarry.
"Hanway House is an area of outstanding beauty, a rural, farming area near the Welsh border, with woodlands, forest and old towns. Our spring fed brook is the border between Shropshire and Herefordshire.
No light pollution so on clear nights fantastic stellar views can be enjoyed. Satelites and shooting stars are common sights. Plus we are the green green grass of home."
Join me in wild animal and bird calling to have real close encounters.
The local area offers loads to do, exploring historic black and white villages, antique shops, the arts, theatre, markets, pubs, farms, forests and rivers. Alternatively, enjoy activities such as fishing, golf, flying and so much more.
Explore Richards Castle ruins, the old WW2 Shobdon air strip. visit the black and white villages of Pembridge, Leintwardine and Leominster, for wall-to-wall bric-a-brac and antique shops, Leominster is a must, Oh lets not forget Ludlow just 3 miles away on a bus route.
Tipus de propietat
Ludlow, Anglaterra, Regne Unit