Adam Lodge & Eve Lodge – Romantic and stylish gatehouse lodges in Herefordshire.
Prices from £200.00 per night
Adam Lodge & Eve Lodge are a pair of delightful Grade 2 listed sandstone gatehouse lodges flanking the impressive main front entrance driveway to historic Pudleston Court built in 1846. These original gatehouse lodges with stunning views of the beautiful lake are named after two of the oldest oak trees in Herefordshire, one of which is still visible from the lodges. Adam Lodge is located at one of the most exclusive holiday locations available in the north of Herefordshire.
Each Lodge can sleep up to 4 persons – there is one double room with en suite on the first floor and on the ground floor there is an open-plan lounge which includes a double fold-away bed to sleep 2 persons. In each lodge the lounge area is open-plan and therefore the double fold-away bed is not private and the downstairs shower room is closeby but it is not en suite.
The lodges can be booked separately to sleep 4 persons – or the two lodges can be booked together to sleep 8 persons. For more than 2 persons there is an additional charge of £50 per person per night.
Each lodge is fitted to a high standard and has its own private garden complete with sauna, hot tub and barbeque – picture that lazy outdoor breakfast in the morning sunshine, or just relaxing after lunch. Or lighting the barbeque in the evening and simply enjoying the food, the tranquility and the company of family and friends.
Both lodges are pet friendly and the estate offers beautiful lakeside and woodland walks where you can spend an hour or two with your family and friends just enjoying the peace and quiet, or bring your fishing rod and do some relaxing fishing on the lake. Easily accessible and only meters away from the two lodges.
There is ample space for parking two vehicles at each of the two lodges. Dogs are welcome and stay free of charge.
Each Lodge at a Glance
2 double beds
fully fitted kitchen
linen and towels
private enclosed garden
Pudleston is a peaceful village of just a handful of dwellings and a church nestling in the north Herefordshire countryside, an ideal base for keen walkers stretches of Offa’s Dyke or following the Mortimer Trail will be a must and there is a network of waymarked paths for all abilities.
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.
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.
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.
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.