Three generations of the family have farmed at Upper Gilvach Farm.

We enjoy sharing our experience with our bed and breakfast guests many of whom return for many years

Farm House

The very old barn has great interest with its original stonework and beams

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The wild flowers and wild birds are in abundance

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The conservatory and garden are very relaxing

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Large parking area and garden entrance

Farm House

Very popular in the winter

Farm House

Separate dining room with individual tables

Guests own lounge, centrally heated throughout to ensure a cosy stay.

It has been lovingly restored, tastefully decorated and finished in keeping with its character. The large garden with sun lounge and patio area provide a quiet atmosphere in which one can relax.

We offer peace and comfort in a relaxing friendly atmosphere.

Three spacious attractively furnished bedrooms all en suite, colour TV and hospitality trays with Sky TV in the lounge.

This Herefordshire/Welsh border countryside between the Golden Valley and the Black Mountains, as beautiful as anywhere in the land, and where old traditions survive, is an ideal centre for the Offa’s Dyke hiker, the pony trekker, the motorist, the fisherman, the historian and the antiquarian. The pace of life is easy, people always find time for a chat.

This is England at its best. St. Margarets has its lovely church and its treasured superb pre-Reformation rood screen and loft exquisitely carved, described as “one of the Wonders of Herefordshire”.

The city of Hereford straddles the River Wye and the glory of the city is the pink sandstone cathedral, along with the Medieval chained library and the Mappa Mundi, drawn on Vellum and showing the world as it was known in 1290.