• Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Private garden
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The Loft

Sleeps 2

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Underfloor heating
  • Luxurious furnishings
  • Fabulous views
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  • Shared hot tub room
  • Pet Friendly
  • Large garden
  • Broadband/Wi Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Herefordshire

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Welcome to Herefordshire, a place where your family is going to make fond memories staying in luxury cottage with hot tub that allows you to explore all there is to see in this beautiful county.

Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break or action-packed family holiday Herefordshire offers something for everyone, you can even take the family dog and stay in one of our recommended pet-friendly cottages with hot tubs.

Expect to find all the comforts of home with well equipped kitchens, en-suite facilities, TVs and Wi-Fi along with gardens, decking or patio for al fresco dining.

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Home to 2 areas of outstanding natural beauty, the Wye Valley and Malvern Hills, which offer adrenalin seekers great climbing and the River Wye rapids. The less adventurous may prefer to take a walk in the breathtaking countryside, enjoy a drink at one of the many traditional pubs or relax in your own private jacuzzi and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the surrounding area.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Herefordshire

1. Hergest Ridge

These are series of hills that cut across the boundary between England and Wales. The highest point on the ridge is 1397 feet high and this 8.5-mile trail offers superb views and photographic opportunities for hill walkers and after all that exercise what better way to relax than sinking into the therapeutic waters of your own private hot tub with a glass of something cold.

2. Ledbury

For those visiting Herefordshire Ledbury is a great family day out this ancient market town lies to the west of the Malvern Hills and has a significant number of timber-structured Tudor buildings, most notably the Market House which was built in 1617 and is situated in the town centre. Take a trip down the incredibly pretty Church St where you will find a great "olde worlde pub" and an artisan art gallery or visit nearby Eastnor Castle this fairytale castle is situated in 5000 acres of stunning countryside with a lake and deerpark and is used for weddings and as a film location.

3. Hereford Cider Museum

Take a tour around this unusual museum to learn about the history of traditional cider-making. Based in an old cider making factory it houses an impressive collection of bottles, cider presses, advertising memorabilia and equipment. Of course there is the opportunity to purchase locally produced ciders in the gift shop along with other spirits and liqueurs perfect for those chilled evenings relaxing back at your accommodation with hot tub.

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4. Hereford Cathedral

This beautiful Grade I listed building dates back to 1079 and is home to some of the finest examples of architecture from Norman times to the present, including the restored 14th century Lady Chapel and the award-winning modern library which holds manuscripts and documents important to the county's history along with a map of the world that dates back to the 13th century.

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5. Berrington Hall

This neo-classical country house was built in 1778 for the son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford designed by the famous architect Henry Holland, with exquisite interiors the mansion sits in 456 acres of beautiful grounds landscaped by Capability Brown which include a 14-acre artificial lake.

6. Mappa Mundi and Chained Library Exhibitions

The Mappa Mundi is a 700-year old map that also has the tag of being the largest medieval map in existence measuring 64 x 52 inches It gives real insight into how 13th century scholars viewed the world both geographically and spiritually. It is currently on display in the library at Hereford Cathedral which has 225 manuscripts as well as 1200 printed books and is the only chained library that has all its chains and rods intact.

7. Chase Distillery

This is a family-run distillery that creates spirits from the produce grown on the farm. Herefordshire boasts some of the best farmland in the world and the potatoes and apples used for this family's award winning vodka and gin are premium quality so much so that Chase vodka has been voted the best in the world.

8. Wyedean Canoe and Adventure Centre

For the more energetic holidaymaker Herefordshire offers a wide range of activities and you can find most of them here including, rock climbing, abseiling, archery, canoeing and raft building to name a few. Wyedean Canoe and Adventure centre has offering outdoor activities in a fun and safe environment since 1987.

Townend House Dining Area

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9. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo

If you enjoy nature or photography this attraction combines the 2 for a great day out and is open all year round. Discover the world of these beautiful and fascinating creatures. Walk amongst free flying butterflies in the indoor hot house and learn about the different stages of their lives. There are also many other fun features onsite including mini golf, a maze, specialty puzzle shop and an outdoor laser tag arena.

10. Monkland Cheese Dairy

Situated in Leominster this working dairy hand-make a range of local artisan cheeses. You can tour the dairy and learn how the cheese is made and then afterwards why not try some delicious local fare in the award-winning cafe before visiting the well-stocked farm shop which sells the finest cheeses from the UK and abroad along with other local produce.

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