delightful former butler’s cottage
Butlers Cottage – Stay in a stylish holiday cottage within Pudleston Estate.
Prices from £300.00 per night
The estate offers beautiful lakeside and woodland walks, or bring your fishing rod and relax by the lake.
A delightful former butler’s cottage set within the grounds of the stunning Pudleston Court estate. This very attractive brick cottage has a secluded leisure area in the enclosed rear garden, and the front of the property overlooks a delightful small pond and woodland.
Sleeps 6 – 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 separate WC
The ground floor accommodation consists of a superb newly-fitted kitchen with island unit and opening out into a lovely private conservatory, all finished with porcelain-tiled flooring.
The kitchen leads directly through into the dining and lounge area, all newly fitted with oak wood flooring.
The open-plan dining area has table and chairs which can seat up to 6 persons, and the large lounge includes a 42” Smart TV and comfortable seating with cosy woodburner. Double patio doors open out from the dining area/lounge into the enclosed and secluded rear garden with open fields beyond.
The ground floor double bedroom is fitted with a standard double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and wall-mounted TV. This bedroom has an en suite bathroom with bath and overhead shower, WC and wash-hand basin. There is also a separate ground floor WC with wash-hand basin.
The stairs lead up to the two first floor double bedrooms with shared bathroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both fitted with twin single ziplock beds which can be made into large double beds, each room has a fitted wardrobe, and TV. There is ample room for a baby cot in each room. The shared bathroom is fitted with bath, overhead shower, WC and wash-hand basin.
The external garden has a lovely secluded decking area with barrel sauna and hot tub, and there is garden seating and a barbecue.
Parking space for 3-4 cars. Pets not allowed.
At a Glance
Separate WC: 1
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.