Herefordshire has a rich history and is one of Britain's most beautiful and unspoilt counties. There is much to do and see in the nearby historic cathedral city, with its local markets, independent producers, traditional pubs and breweries and much more.
The surrounding countryside offers a whole host of activities including walking, cannoeing, exploring ancient castles and visiting medieval churches. The area also plays host to numerous events, including the world famous Hay Fesitval, the literary festival in nearby Hay-on-Wye, and the Abergaveny Food Festival .
We are more than happy to provide information and suggestions on what to do and see during your visit.
Trelough House is a beautiful example of a period home, dating back to the 18th century. Prior to its current owners it formed part of the Whitfield Estate, with numerous different inhabitants. At one time Trelough House even played host to a duck farm!
In 2005 we brought the house, seduced by its beauty and history. It was in need of some significant renovation and has been a labour of love ever since! With our children grown up and now living in Cornwall, London and Istanbul, opening our doors for others to experience the unique charm of Trelough House seemed like a natural choice.
We hope that during your stay you enjoy the beauty and unique charm of Trelough House as much as we do.
- a not for profit company promoting its members who provide all sorts of services in the area
- useful information on things to do and see in Herefordshire
- the local newspaper
- free walks to download and print
- large amount of information on local and national walks in a variety of languages
- detailed walking information for the local area
- canoe and adventure activity specialists on the river wye
- producing cider locally since 1880 and open to visitors
- various suggestions on how to explore and enjoy local cider production
- 'Big Pit' National Coal Museum just over the Welsh border, example of a real coal mine with a wealth of information about the industry that used to be the back bone of the country
Trelough House B&B
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+44 (0) 7921 107358