Heritage House is a perfect rural retreat for two. This tastefully converted shop with upper floors retains many of its original features. The ground floor is a delightful pizzeria called doughboys which opens all year round. Access to the room is from the rear courtyard. Go through the courtyard to the rear door of the property. Through the door you’ll follow the corridor to the staircase. The staircase lead you to the first floor and the room is through the first door at the top of stairs which takes you into a cosy sitting area before you get to the secure bedroom door. The double bed is extra long and comfortable. The room is warm and carpeted, with a bedside units, wardrobe, suitcase stand and table with the TV and tea making facilities. There is a en-suite shower room with a toilet. The whole building is well insulated timber clad accommodation with gas central heating.
The property sits on Kington High Street just off the centre line of this quaint little market town, where all the necessary day to day shopping can be done.
Hergest Ridge where the Offa’s Dyke Foot Path runs is nearby. Hergest Croft Gardens are with in walking distance and its great to wander around and see the Rhododendrons and Azaleas flowering in the Spring and admire the changing colours during the seasons.
The Small Breeds Owl and Farm Park is nearby and is one of the county’s top attractions. Hergest Croft Gardens in Kington must be visited. The Black and White villages of Herefordshire are a few minutes drive away. Hereford, Hay on Wye and Ludlow are all within a half hour’s drive away.
Golf: Kington boasts the highest golf course in England.
Walking. Kington sits on the Offa’s Dyke trail and there is also a network of well waymarked footpaths. The walking festival takes place in September every year.
Dining: Apart from the good facilities in Kington itself, there are many top dining pubs within a few miles of the town, including the Michelin star rated Stagg Inn at Titley.