Luxury group accommodation on a tranquil Herefordshire farm

Lowe Farm is a luxurious self-catering holiday house, sleeping 24 guests, and is the perfect choice for large group get-togethers and family gatherings.

Your Holiday House – Key Features

The house is nestled in the peaceful surroundings of 230-acres of fields, woodland and lakes on a working Herefordshire arable farm, with panoramic views towards the Black Mountains in neighbouring Wales.

  • Sleeps 24 - 10 bedrooms

  • Bathrooms – 7 bathrooms (4 en-suites) & 2 cloakrooms

  • Dining Room - Seats 24

  • Games Room – Pool & Football Tables

  • Heating Included

  • Kitchen with Dishwasher

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Garden, Ample Picnic Table Seating & BBQ

  • Hot Tub – for 7 people

  • Woodburners

  • Parking for 15 cars

  • Onsite Laundry Room (charges apply)

  • Entertainment – TV + Music System

  • Fine Linen & Towels Included

  • Games Room

Lowe Farm Exterior
Lowe Farm Lounge
Lowe Farm Burner
Lowe Farm Kitchen
Lowe Farm Dining Room
Lowe Farm Dining Room
Lowe Farm Bedroom
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A country farmhouse offering space and luxury for group gatherings

This spacious character country farmhouse comfortably sleeps up to 24 guests and is the perfect holiday spot for group gatherings to celebrate a big birthday or anniversary, multi-generational family holidays, or groups of like-minded friends planning a walking, cycling or outdoor adventure holiday.

  • Hot Tub
  • Toiletries

The ideal holiday base for relaxation or adventure!

Perfectly positioned for exploring the pretty Herefordshire countryside, Much Dewchurch is a great base to enjoy the vast array of activities and attractions the area has on offer. You will be spoilt for choice.

There is plenty of outdoor activities to keep all ages entertained, from horse riding, fishing and golf, to cycling, canoeing, and stand-up paddle boarding on the nearby river Wye. In fact, there is even an adventure sports business on site offering paintballing, clay shooting, archery, air rifle, splatmaster and laser tag.

Walkers won’t feel left out with the hiking trails across the Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains. More leisurely rambles can be enjoyed from the doorstep, on the nearby Herefordshire Trail.

There are pretty rural village and riverside pubs offering great local food and drink to tempt you. For those seeking arts and culture, head to world renowned literary festival and book shop haven, Hay-on-Wye - just 22 miles away.

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