Places to stay

The Triumphal Arch

The Triumphal Arch cottage has access to the ’Capability’ Brown parkland © NT/Chris Lacey

The Triumphal Arch cottage has access to the ’Capability’ Brown parkland

Book a stay in the formal archway entrance to Berrington Hall, designed by the famous architect Henry Holland. This unusual cottage has views across the Capability Brown parkland and its own private garden. As guests you also have access to the formal gardens and parkland after hours. The cottage has a large sitting room with an open-plan kitchen/dining area and a wood-burning stove. There is one single and two double bedrooms, plus a bathroom with separate shower and a roll top bath.

The Triumphal Arch

The open plan living area in the cottage © NT/Chris Lacey

The open plan living area in the cottage

Book a stay in the formal archway entrance to Berrington Hall, designed by the famous architect Henry Holland. This unusual cottage has views across the Capability Brown parkland and its own private garden. As guests you also have access to the formal gardens and parkland after hours. The cottage has a large sitting room with an open-plan kitchen/dining area and a wood-burning stove. There is one single and two double bedrooms, plus a bathroom with separate shower and a roll top bath.

The Triumphal Arch

A double bedroom in the Triumphal Arch cottage  © NT/Chris Lacey

A double bedroom in the Triumphal Arch cottage

Book a stay in the formal archway entrance to Berrington Hall, designed by the famous architect Henry Holland. This unusual cottage has views across the Capability Brown parkland and its own private garden. As guests you also have access to the formal gardens and parkland after hours. The cottage has a large sitting room with an open-plan kitchen/dining area and a wood-burning stove. There is one single and two double bedrooms, plus a bathroom with separate shower and a roll top bath.

Garden cottage

Garden cottage, sits in the heart of the walled garden at Croft © NTPL/Robert Morris

Garden cottage, sits in the heart of the walled garden at Croft

Unwind with a break at one of Croft Castle's two holiday cottages. Garden cottage sits on the fringe of the walled garden and was once home to the estate gardener. The cottage has four bedrooms, sleeps up to six people and has easy access to the parkland. You'll also get the added bonus of having the walled garden all to yourself after hours, where you can explore the working vineyard, vegetable patch and find the resident chickens.

Ambrey cottage

Perfect for a secluded getaway  © NTPL/Alasdair Ogilvie

Perfect for a secluded getaway

Ambrey cottage is perfect to get far away from the madding crowd. The cottage sits on the edge of Croft Castle's woodland. The cottage has three bedrooms, accommodates up to five people and dogs are also welcome to enjoy a break too. Miles of parkland walks surround the cottage which also features panoramic views across Herefordshire.

 

Cwmmau farmhouse

Come and imagine living here © NTPL/Ian Grafton

Come and imagine living here

The approach to Cwmmau farmhouse is through winding lanes and rolling Herefordshire countryside. The impressive exterior and the range of barns and other original out-buildings tell of a once thriving working farm. Cwmmau is ideal for a large family celebration and comfortably accommodates up to ten people. It's a remote get away but is also only ten minutes drive from local amenities.
 

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