The Old Vicarage B&B, Lyonshall, Nr Kington
Commissioned by the Rev. Charles Edward Maddison-Green, The Old Vicarage was built in 1880 as a country parsonage of grand style. The architect was Richard Yates and the stone was quarried from Penrhos some three-quarters of a mile distant.
The imposing building stands in three acres of gardens and has extensive outbuildings including an original stable block.
Located in north-west Herefordshire in the parish of Lyonshall, not far from Kington and the Welsh borders and 17 miles distant from Hereford.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, this is an ideal spot for a short break with friends or simply as a base from which to explore.
There are three bedrooms available for guests, as well as a guest lounge and dining room.
Large main guest with ensuite bathroom on the first floor
Large Family room (double plus bunks) with ensuite bathroom on the second floor
Double with ensuite bathroom on the second floor
Around £35 per person per night including full English breakfast (less for children). Single occupancy at £50 per night if available.
Lyonshall is a large parish in area, with a population of around 750 people. Main attractions include a castle, church, pub (good food), private railway line, Offa's Dyke, horse-drawn tramway and more.
Please phone or email for availability - contact details are shown at the bottom of this page.
Chris & Wendy Smith have four children (15 - 22 yrs old), so can safely boast of being family-friendly. Reasonably well-behaved pets are also welcome, providing they don't mind our three dogs and children!
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This page was last updated: 11 February 2017