Goose Cotts | A romantic hideaway for two tucked in the Herefordshire countryside

There is something about the countryside that is naturally romantic – on a sunny day it beats all the chocolates and red wine put together. If you love it like we do then you will love rural Herefordshire, and Goose Cotts is a great hideaway to share a fresh air break - with fantastic walks in the Brecon Beacons right from the doorstep.

This ancient sixteenth century hall house sleeps two, with oak beams and a traditional country atmosphere that will charm your socks off. Step inside and discover solid oak floors and comfortable furniture, with a cosy warmth and glow from the wood burning stove in the original hearth, and an unlimited supply of good wood. The cottage’s stone roof is supported by deep cruck beams reaching close to the ground.

You can share your breakfast on the patio outside the door in the morning sun, and whip up culinary delights in the cottage’s spacious and well-equipped dining kitchen.

Upstairs, on a mezzanine floor, you can wake up in a gorgeous king sized canopied bed – check out the picture. This luxury feel continues into the cottage shower room, with its toasty underfloor heating. Outside you can enjoy your own secluded woodland seating area that leads to the fields.

This is a great place to come if you like walks, bike rides and pottering about in the countryside. Herefordshire is England’s most rural county; they say every crop is grown here. It has been at the forefront of the food revival with some of the best food festivals, farmers’ markets and farm shops in Britain. Best of all, Goose Cottage is dog friendly so your beloved pooch can enjoy your romantic break as much as you do.

The area is full of footpaths, and charismatic pubs and ruins. Across the valley and visible from your bedroom window is Cat’s Back, a spectacular ridge walk which comes highly recommended by the cottage owners. And, for culture enthusiasts, there is Hay-on-Wye, with its literary festival and lively shopping scene. Dip in and check out the lovely Booth’s Bookshop Cafe, with its tempting lunchtime menu.

Fans of real ale should check out the cottage’s two local pubs, The Bridge Inn, in Michaelchurch, and The Bull’s Head, in Craswall, which are both around a mile and a half away.

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Goose Cotts, near Brecon Beacons
Dukes Farm

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