Steeped in history, this 11 bedroom 17th century Grade II listed manor house is certainly not stuck in the past. Located in Eardisland, one of Herefordshire’s most picturesque Black and White villages, it seamlessly blends the grandeur of a country pile with all the comforts of modern living. Making it the perfect destination, whether you’re planning a family reunion, a mid-week business meeting or a celebration for a special occasion.
Eastnor Castle, in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake - is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family. Besides being a fascinating visitor attraction, the Castle fulfils other roles as an exclusive-use wedding venue, corporate and team building venue, as well as a venue for product launches and location filming. Business or private parties can stay in the castle’s beautiful bedrooms and our highly professional team is on hand to organize every aspect of your visit.
The Estate has been refurbished and will be available to rent from June 2007. This Estate accommodates 24 guests, in 12 bedrooms (all en-suite and 4 with 4-poster beds), 3 receptions, a dining room, small bar area and a large newly-installed kitchen. The kitchen will be equipped with an Aga, 2 dishwashers, fridge-freezer, coffee maker and range oven, plus a seating and dining area.
England has a history that deepens with the times, from its Glorious Castles, to the sweeping countryside, no matter which way you turn England has something to offer. When most people think of the UK their mind is instantly drawn to the Royal Family and the area of London. London often draws its crowds from the amazing shopping, dining, and local attractions that are unlike any other. In London you will often find that it has a clear and distinct mind of its own, from the Tooting Common to the London Eye or even a tour of Stonehenge. Truly this is one of the most spectacular places to take your family and friends alike. It is no wonder that thousands of visitors flock to the city each month, from all parts of the Globe. If visiting do not miss out on the Changing of the Guards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace http://www.changing-the-guard.com/, then take a cruise on the river Thames http://www.citycruises.com/, then visit St. Paul’s Cathedral http://www.stpauls.co.uk/, which is just the tip of the iceberg. For more things to do in this location visit www.tripadvisor.com.
The Heart of England, which is the Countryside, is one of the most beautiful places you will ever travel to. From the Amazing views that can only be called Enchanting, with tapestries set in Cotswold Stone.
The Cotswold Hills are actually made of Chalk and form waves, reminiscent of its past, which draws your attention to the landscapes every time. You will enjoy the local towns of Bristol, Cheltenham, Lydney, Nails Worth, Strowd and Tewksberry. If travelling here, you must find time to visit Berkeley Castle http://www.berkeley-castle.com/, Chavenage http://www.chavenage.com/, Stanway House and Fountain http://www.stanwayfountain.co.uk/, or call the National Trust for arranging tours of Historic Estates or Trusts http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/.
England has lots to see, don’t miss out on the wonderful adventures you can have by going to, The British Museum in London, Seeing a game at Manchester’s United Football Stadium, Visiting Borough Market, Lindisfarne Holy island, Glyndebourne Opera House in East Sussex, East Head or West Wittering beach, Sheffield Zoo, Virginia Water lakes, Brighton Seaside Town, Fistral Beach in Newquay, Go to the The Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Visit Pulteney Bridge in Bath, Churston Cove in Brixham, or one of many things to do throughout England.
We offer amazing Home and Holiday Cottage rentals as well as Castle Rentals throughout England. Most love to Stay in the Cotswold area because of the beauty and history there, but others love to travel to the city where we have amazing London Flats. We would love to find you the perfect holiday accommodation next time you are thinking of traveling to England.