Bredward Farm, Kington
Herefordshire HR5 3HP

T: 01544 231462
07977911403 or 07974959608
E: lorraine@bredwardfarm.co.uk

We are open 7 days a week, ready to take your call.
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Welcome to Herefordshire

Cosy Herefordshire charm, style and comfort

Whether you’re looking for a break with friends or family or a romantic hideaway. Bredward Farm offers you the perfect retreat from the every day.

Cosy, you’ll be ideally situated to make the most of this charming part of England, or simply put your feet up and take a well earned break.

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Bed and Breakfast

Camping & Caravanning site

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you from Lorraine and Ian Wright. We offer a relaxing visit, and cater for a high standard of service and accommodation for all our visitors’ needs.

Bredward Farm is situated in a picturesque valley at the foothills of Hergest Ridge. This forms part of the Offa’s Dyke Trail, which runs from Gladestry over to Kington, about 6 miles. Hergest Ridge is also known for the place where Mike Oldfield wrote his famous Tubular Bells.

We can see Hergest Croft Gardens and part of the Kington Golf Course, which is the highest in England.

During the Second World War, 9 acres at the farm were requisitioned by the USArmy to form part of the largest American Military Hospital in the country. Ian’s relative was one of the “Dam Busters” ‘DingeyYoung’, unfortunately he never came back, he was shot down on his way back from the successful mission. The “Dam Busters” used the Elan Valley dams at Rhayader, both day and night, to practice their low flying.

 

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