Things to do
Available within the estate grounds is a lakeside and woodland walk, fishing and children's play area.
For keen walkers, taking in stretches of Offa's Dyke or following the Mortimer Trail will be a must.
There are many National Trust properties and gardens to enjoy such as Croft Castle, Berrington Hall, Brockhampton and The Weir Garden, as well as the Hampton Court and Hergest Croft gardens.
Horse riding, cycling and fishing are also very popular and there are several golf courses in the area.
Leominster is the nearest market town and is a 15 minute drive away. Dating back to the 7th century and famous for its 12th century Romanesque church, Leominster offers a variety of antique and curiosity shops as well as a weekly market.
Hay-on-Wye, set at the foot of the Brecon Beacons National Park, is known for its books and world-renowned annual festival which attracts visitors from all over the globe. The town is a must for book lovers and has around 30 bookshops (specialist and secondhand).
The popular market town of Ludlow is 14 miles away and boasts a medieval castle, an abundance of excellent restaurants, a regular large produce market, and a host of events and festivals throughout the year.
Hereford is 30 minutes away by car. Among many other attractions, including the Cider Museum, is the Cathedral, which is home to the famous chained library and the Mappa Mundi (the world's oldest map, dating back to the 13th century).
The town of Ledbury hosts a variety of very popular events, including a Poetry Festival. Ledbury is famous for its many beautiful timber-framed properties and the market house in the town centre which dates back to 1617.