Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends.
Meadow Barn, Broad Oak, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, sleeps 14 in 6 bedrooms.
With six en suite bedrooms, Meadow Barn has been designed especially for large family and friend reunions and celebrations. The atmosphere is comfortable, relaxing and homely.
Set away from it all on a 100-acre family run farm, Meadow Barn has stood for centuries in a beautiful undulating landscape of rivers, enchanting woods, hills, ancient churches,castles and distant on-going views. Meadow Barn is a firm favorite with groups of Artists as there are beautiful views and garden plants, shrubs and trees to paint, plus the impressive open space for indoor work and discussions.
Six beamed, en-suite bedrooms with a restful ambiance occupy the 16th century wing.
The 15th Century wing is composed of a magnificent open plan, cruck beamed barn living /dining /kitchen space with an extra mezzanine for relaxing with sofas and wide screen TV. Light constantly streams in and there are stunning views across the meadows. Sit in the lovely garden, relax, read and enjoy the peace and quiet.
There is an outdoor pursuits venue 4 miles away. Walking Holidays are very suitable, with walks from the door, or try the Three Castles, Wye Valley, Hereford Trail, or Offas Dyke Paths. Canoeing, climbing, cycling available on or by the River Wye and in the Royal Forest of Dean, 8 miles away. We have a 1-acre lawn for outdoor games.
Meadow Barn has WI-FI Broad Band. Look at our web site for more information about Meadow Barn.
Week or short break can be a Friday or Monday start. Christmas week starts 21st December. New Year week starts 28th December and price increases from three nights at £2,300 - £2,800 for the week, depending on length of stay.
Full week Friday or Monday start £1460 - £2700.
Easter 2018 Late Deals
Week starting Friday 6th April now available due to recent cancellation £2,200. Children and dogs welcome. Short break starting Friday or Monday £1,750
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