This beautifully restored 16th century chapel set within 60 acres of established gardens overlooking the lake is simply perfect for couples to get a way whatever the time of year.
Set within acres of well managed grounds of which you are free to roam, the Cheyney Park Estate is well served by foot. A well-stocked community shop and village inn’s are within walking distance along with the Hop Pocket Craft Centre. A haven for walkers where you can enjoy both the River Frome and ancient woodland and a little further afield you can enjoy The Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. Alternatively, Hereford and Worcester with stunning cathedrals and riverside walks are both within easy reach. Not forgetting the smaller market towns of Ledbury, Leominster and Ludlow offering an eclectic range of boutiques cafes and weekly farmers markets. The National Trust also plays a big part within the area with an enviable number of properties and gardens all easily accessible.
Take some time to enjoy the grounds of the estate before you step inside the chapel, you’ll need to mind your head as you step through the original monks entrance into the chapel, which is now a lounge area and full of original features to include stone mullion windows that frame the views onto the grounds, exposed stone and beams. There are two stylish sofas with TV which are perfect for a cosy evening in. A small staircase will take you down to the kitchen, a well-equipped space with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. In the dining area a table just perfect for two is set to the side. Then, when the day is done climb the wooden stairs where you will find a king-size zip and link bedroom (which can be made up as a twin (with 2' 6" single beds) set within the original cruck frame and an en-suite shower and WC.
Step outside and enjoy a morning coffee, a small patio with table and chairs offers the perfect view across the lake. Also there is a summer house by the lake with a fitted kitchen which is shared between the two other properties. You are free to roam the many acres and ancient woodland. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.