The Freeth is a Grade II listed former hunting lodge that has evolved over the centuries into a stylishly decorated and very comfortable holiday house to sleep up to 18 guests across nine bedrooms.
The house has masses to keep everyone entertained or just to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet, this includes a private indoor swimming pool.
The Freeth is located at the end of a long no-through lane so is incredibly peaceful with no passing traffic. The extensive grounds were designed by Chelsea Flower Show multi-gold medal winner Robert Myers. It is planted with wonderful flowers, an orchard full of fruit trees, picturesque ponds, lawns, a walled garden that catches the evening sun, perfect for drinks before dinner and a wisteria covered south-facing terrace ideal for long leisurely lunches.
With far-reaching views across the totally unspoilt Herefordshire countryside and no roads, streetlights or other houses to be seen, this is the ideal house to relax and get away from it all.
The Freeth has a gold five star AA award.