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- Little Gaerfields
Little Gaerfields, Llangarron, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6PQ
Sleeps up to 25 in 9 bedrooms with 8 bathrooms. Weekends from £2,000 to £2,500, full weeks from £2,200 to £4,500. For shorter stays please enquire.
If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £13 and £33.
- Catering Available
- Countryside Walks
- Indoor Pool
- Self Catering
- Snooker or Table Tennis
- Working Fireplace
Little Gaerfields is set in the beautiful south Herefordshire countryside, with wonderful views across to Wales and The Royal Forest of Dean. The barn was built in the 1600’s from traditional Herefordshire red sandstone, and was once used as a milking parlour. The barn is part of Upperfields Farm, which is a working farm.
The accommodation at the barn is spacious and flexible, sleeping up to 25 in 9 bedrooms. There is a kitchen and sitting rooms downstairs, with a swimming pool, swim jet and sauna. Outside is a garden and terrace, perfect for out-door dining. We can also arrange for a local chef to serve tasty meals at Little Gaerfields.
There’s a lot to do in the area; not least Castle-Collecting, with Goodrich, Raglan, White Castle , Grosmont and Skenfrith being less than 20 minutes away. Guided visits to Garway Church can be arranged; it is famous for its connectons with the Knights Templars, and having one of the best-preserved medieval dovecotes in the UK.
Local walks from the barn are lovely, especially the path to Tregate bridge, on the River Monnow. You can follow the river all the way to The Bell at Skenfrith.
The barn is close to Hay-On-Wye, with its famous Literature Festival, as well as near the Dragon Boat Race and Show ground at Monmouth. If you’re feeling adventurous, there’s no end of extreme or more gentle sports – canoeing, rock-climbing, gorge-walking, abseiling and all that can be offered at Monnow Events.
Little Gaerfields suits parties of families or friends, special celebrations, and British holidays. There is a Shepherd’s Hut available for a romantic escape for two!
There are two rivers to fish, the Wye and Monnow. A licence is needed from the local fishing tackle shop in Ross-on-Wye. The neighbouring farm, Trippenkennett Farm has two fishing lakes.
Several local courses, please ask for details.