Bredward Farm, Kington
Herefordshire HR5 3HP

T: 01544 231462
07977911403 or 07974959608

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The Local Area


  • Market Town
  • Pubs & Restaurants
  • Small breeds farm
  • Choice of country walks, Offa's Dyke
  • Highest golf course in England
  • Hergest Croft Gardens
  • Festival, Vintage Rally, Show


Hereford cattle, cider orchards, Hereford Cathedral & Mappa Mundi, Black & White villages, eg. Pembridge, Eardisland and Weobley. A popular area with walkers, bird watchers, foodies and book lovers.

Towns of Interest

  • Hay-on-Wye - famous for it's 40 book shops and literary festival. (Approx 9 Miles)
  • Ludlow - Castle and great places to dine, farmers market. (Approx 20 Miles)
  • Hereford - Cathedral - Mappa Mundi displayed, centre of cider making and has excellent cider museum. (Approx 16 Miles)
  • Leominster - Antique shops. (Approx 15 Miles)
  • Ross-on-Wye - River. (Approx 25 Miles)
  • Kington - Small market town on the border between England and Wales. Kington Golf Club welcomes visitors to enjoy the highest 18 hole golf course in England. (Approx 1.5 Miles)

Special Events

  • Royal Welsh Show - 4 day agricultural show in July. (Approx 20 Miles)
  • Hay Festival (Literary) - Sponsored by the Guardian in May.
  • Kington Show - September
  • WRC Wales Rally - October
  • Kington Vintage - August


We attract so many birds including the greater spotted woodpecker, green woodpeckers, owls, kingfishers, Canada geese and red kites. We feed the birds all year round. Also we have seen red deer, foxes and badgers.

Out and About

There are many interesting places to visit all within a short distance. A few suggestions follow:

  • Hergest Croft gardens, small breeds farm.
  • * Walks and trails including Offa's Dyke
  • The market towns of Kington, Hereford, Leominster, Hay-on-Wye, Ludlow, Ross-on-Wye.
  • The city of Hereford where there is a Cathedral housing the Mappa Mundi, cider museum, theatre, cinema, leisure centre and nightclubs.
  • For active days there's fishing, canoeing, cycling, golf and horse riding.
  • The Swan at Huntington - a very old pub, is thought to have been built on the site of an inn dating back to the 13th century. No duke boxes, pool tables here.

Local pick-up for walkers and lifs to the pub and town can be arranged, also a good taxi service if required.

* Lorraine can arrange to be your guide on any walk, anything from 2-3 miles up to about 15miles per day. Lunch can be arranged prior with an extra charge or we can stop off at many of the local pubs.

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