Rowley Cottages
Kimbolton, Leominster
Herefordshire. HR6 0EX

Rowley Farm Holiday Cottages are situated in the heart of tranquil Herefordshire - the county of small fascinating villages and unspoilt countryside. Nearby are the Market Towns of Leominster, Ludlow and Tenbury, and the City of Hereford with it`s Historic Cathedral containing the Mappa Mundi.

There are two cottages, one sleeping four and the other six persons. They are beautifully appointed with exposed beams and panoramic views set in 100 acres of cider orchard. Everything is provided for your comfort and well being.

Both Cottages are single storey with easy access to all areas.  For more information please see our Access Statements accessible from the accomodation page.

Rowley Farm also runs a small but spacious Caravan Club Approved camping area with spaces for five touring caravans.



  Rowley Farm is situated approximately 2 miles from the town of Leominster, 11 miles from Ludlow, and 15 miles from Hereford. There is a Post Office, numerous Public Houses, Restaurants, shops and Doctors` & Dentists` surgeries in Leominster.

In the village of Kimbolton, approximately one mile away, there is Stockton Bury Gardens and Restaurant, a public telephone and the local village pub, the Stockton Cross Inn

A bridle way / footpath runs through the farm giving guests easy access both for walking or horse trekking

The area has plenty of attractions to offer:
Explore Herefordshire by following the Black and White Village trail,  a 40-mile trail taking in 9 picturesque villages.  Guides are available from the Tourist Information Centre in Leominster

The National Trust has a number of sites including Berrington Hall and Croft Castle.

Fishing is available at Docklow Pools and in the River Wye.

Just down the road is Grafton Farm Riding Centre with horses-ponies to suit all abilities

There is a good choice of golf courses including courses at Leominster, Ludlow and Hereford.

Next to Leominster Golf Course is Grove Golf and Bowl with two 9-hole golf courses, driving range, pro-shop, restaurant and 8 lane Tenpin Bowling Alley.

Visit Ludlow and explore it's narrow black and white streets and it's Norman Castle which towers over the town.

Ludlow is also well known for it`s two festivals, the main Ludlow Festival and the newer but now well established Food and Drink Festival.



Whizzer the Shetland Pony


For more information about things to do in the area visit
the web pages listed on the Links page.

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