Stopped here with two teenagers. The cottage is roomy with 2 double and 2 single bedrooms. Mrs Price who owns it has an amazing taste. The ability to put abstract things together and make rooms look great. Quirky but great. She should be an interior designer as she has a great eye. Big garden, barbecue and parking for two cars and more by campsite if needed. There is a campsite at the rear but it is not noticeable. The cottage has decent wi fi and a 22" flatscreen tv containing a DVD. The kitchen is well equipped and pleasant and there is a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer.
There is an onsite shop that is a real gem full of great stuff milk, eggs, bacon and essentials. A real lifesaver at times. It's an honesty shop. No service just leave the money.
The place is pretty remote . The pub across the road is closed and the nearest chip shop is 3 miles away. Same distance for a convenience store and be warned not much stays open past 9! We found the local pubs disappointing for food and not that inviting. We drove 17 miles away to Leominster to eat which took about 30 minutes. Also the house suffers from damp so will feel a bit wet to the touch , you smell it when you come in. You acclimatise and it does not spoil the holiday but it is always there .
We travelled to the big pit, national showcases, Hereford, Worcester all about 60-90 minutes away. We also went to mount Snowden but that took 3 hours. The roads are all A road and not fast easy drives. Windy and bendy and if you go fast you may meet something coming the opposite way!
All in all a great holiday and a decent cottage.