Lower Bache House
This award winning seventeenth century country house, set in delightful cottage gardens and fourteen acres of private nature reserve, nestling in a tiny, tranquil valley, provides three self contained suites, each with its own private sitting room.
Watercolours, original prints, books and ornaments create an atmosphere of quality and comfort. A renowned cuisine using locally produced organic ingredients and produce from our own kitchen garden complete the hallmarks of peace, privacy and fine food of this charming country retreat.
An opportunity to sample rural England at its very best.
Herefordshire is a county steeped in the history of the border between England and Wales and there are many, many places of interest well worth visiting. Ancient towns, beautiful Saxon and Norman churches, villages that have scarcely changed since mediaeval times, historic houses and castles are all within a short distance.
Visit too the fascinating towns of Ludlow with its famous food and cultural festivals, Hay on Wye with its greatest collection of bookshops and old books in the world.
Hereford cathedral boasts the Mappa Mundi and a chained library with volumes from as early as the eighth century.
The National Trust properties of Berrington Hall, Croft Castle and Brockhampton Court are all close by.
For those who take a delight in horticulture, Herefordshire has many wonderful gardens to enjoy. From the grand development at Hampton Court to traditional cottage gardens, there is a wealth of beauty to experience.
Specialists abound, and the national collections of rhododendrons and clematis are within easy reach. There are far too many wonderful gardens to list, but the fascinating four acre garden at Stocktonbury is a must.
For those with sporting inclinations, there is golf, riding, racing at Hereford and Ludlow, harness racing, river and lake fishing and clay pigeon shooting. Worcester cricket ground is a mere 25 miles away.
Our local Luctonians Rugby Club, one of the top 72 teams in the country provides first class entertainment and a very warm welcome to all visitors.
The rolling hills and valleys of this very rural area of the Marches have truly been described as Englands last unspoilt county.
Come and share it with us.
This form is for genuine enquiries only. Your IP address will be recorded
This page was last updated: 26 April 2011