Feels like you are in the Middle of No Where!
Drovers Farm Cottages
All 3 of our luxury farm holiday cottages are pet friendly. We absolutely love dogs. The magic begins as you drive up to the farm, with unbelievable scenery, across woodland, through a tunnel of green, then finally to our little haven and all that is Drovers. The Farmstead is nestled to a backdrop of the Black Mountains. A sheep-grazed common high above the Wye backs onto the farm. With no near houses, surrounded by our own farmland, woodland, with a bubbling brook running through, the Farm with its wildlife corridors, common land and orchards, is a haven for wildlife. It feels like you are in the middle of no-where, yet close enough so you can zip down the road to the beautiful book town of Hay on wye. And all its wonderful boutique stores, bookshops and eateries, should you be able to tear yourself away from the farm. There is plenty to do on the farm to keep you busy. Join in with the fun farm activities. Visit the chill-out barn. Gather around the dining table for our food nights or campfires and enjoy the honesty bar.
All our Stone Cottages are a far cry from the Drovers shacks they used to be! They have all the modern luxuries you could possibly wish for while thrusting you into the Great British Outdoors.
Drovers Cottage (sleeps 2-4 in 2 separate ensuite bedrooms, ask about a 3rd child. The main bedroom has a super-king 4 poster bed!)
Book this cottage if you are after remoteness surrounded by nature and no near houses. If you feel the need for company and communal gatherings the farm is a mere 400 meters away). This cottage has an enclosed walled garden.
The Shepherds Shack (sleeps 2-4 in 2 separate ensuite bedrooms, ask about a 3rd child)
Book this cottage if you like to be in the thick of Farm Life and is closest to all the Animals, overlooking the farm’s courtyard and pond in the front. The garden forms part of the pebbled Farm Courtyard and is open.
The Carthouse (sleeps 2-4 in 2 separate bedrooms, ask about a 3rd child)
Book this cottage if you want to be close to the Glamping field. It overlooks the Glamping meadow, making it easier to meet with other people and for the kids to hang out together. The garden backs onto the meadow and is open.