The Colloquy

Herefordshire
Self-catering


A fabulously furnished ex stable block on a Herefordshire estate, with gardens, squash court, sauna and optional chef

Bed

22 beds

Bedroom

8 bedrooms

Sleeps

Sleeps 16

The
Experience

Once a stable block on the Whittern estate, the Colloquy is now a rambling retreat bordered by a walled garden and lavender hedges. Arrive through the cobbled courtyard to find chandeliers hanging from beamed ceilings and walls flaunting contemporary local art – which you can buy if you feel moved to. A chef can deliver treats to the house and the table extends to seat 30, so gather your family and friends around you and indulge. There are plenty of after-dinner spaces for conversation or solitude, and polished brick corridors that lead to a library with log fire and a swish media centre. There’s a big main kitchen, separate from the eating area, and four kitchenettes attached to various bedrooms, perfect for rustling up snacks; all are glossily finished. Retire to a flurry of sleek, roomy bedrooms in the annexe where French windows open to a terrace. Some bedrooms have mezzanine galleries, there are sleigh beds and four-posters, good bed linen and checked blankets, showers, roll-top baths and wet rooms – all chic. Beyond the garden are acres for you to wander. Fabulous.

Essentials

  • Hot tub
  • WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Mobile reception
  • Oven
  • Breakfast included
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Hob
  • Parking on premises
  • Barbecue
  • Free parking nearby
  • Meals available
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Breakfast available
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Central heating
  • Wheelchair access
  • Limited mobility
  • Air conditioning
  • Washing machine
  • Garden
  • Television
  • Tennis court
  • Credit cards
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Children welcome
  • Books and toys
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Check in
4pm, please get in touch for early check in, fees may apply
Check out
6pm Sunday, 10am Monday-Friday
Booking restrictions
Minimum stay: 2 nights. 2 nights on weekdays. 2 nights at weekends. 3 nights in high season. Short breaks available.
Closed
Never
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Property
This property is part of a working farm or vineyard.

Pricing

Nightly price
from £463
Weekly price
from £3245
Surcharges
Extra bed/sofabed available £80-£100 per person per week.
1 House for 16
From £46322 beds8 bedrooms

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Location

The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Jo Hilditch

  • Courtyard Theatre Hereford, showing wonderful Films, plays and pantomimes. Enjoy a glass of bubbly and a light lunch or supper in the restaurant before the show starts.
  • Hergest Croft, Kington – . Beautiful rhododendron and azalea woods in late spring and Acers in autumn. Described as 'one of the finest collections of trees and shrubs in Britain', the gardens are sure to delight everyone.
  • Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, Symonds Yat Experience the delight of nature's most serene and beautiful wildlife. At the Bufferfly Zoo you can walk with free flying exotic butterflies and see them supping nectar, finding their mates and laying eggs.
  • Small Breeds Farm Kington. Your kids will love this farm wildlife park full of everything from llamas, owls, goats, to guinea pigs, ducks, mice and rats!
  • Black and White Village Tour – A wonderful tour of all our local black and white timbered and unspoilt villages, including Lyonshall, Pembridge, Eardisland, Weobley etc. Eardisland - Award-winning "Prettiest Village".
  • Hampton Court – Hope under Dinmore. A castle on the meadows of the river Lugg, backed by a steep wooded escarpment and surrounded by woodland and grounds of 1,000 acres. Founded by King Henry in the early 15th century.