The Cider House occupies the back wing of the farmhouse on our working farm which is situated on the Gloucestershire / Herefordshire border. It is a beautiful Grade II listed property which has been recently restored and converted to provide a spacious, open plan living area upstairs, with two bedrooms and a bathroom downstairs. Much of the original character has been retained whilst incorporating modern, quality fittings. It has stunning views over the surrrounding farmland towards the Malvern Hills.
The farm is in the village of Dymock , famous for wild daffodils, poets walks (one of which goes through the farm) and the Stinking Bishop cheese featured in Wallace and Grommit. The village has a pub, a pay and play golf course and large children's playground. The pub, The Beauchamp Arms, is owned by the community and run on their behalf. There are several local vineyards near the farm whilst Weston's Cider is only a couple of miles away.
Nearby attractions include Cheltenham, Hereford, Ledbury, Forest of Dean, Wye Valley, Malverns. Enjoy shopping, a theatre trip, visits to castles etc.