The cabin is on the outskirts of Kington, a small market town in Herefordshire close to the Welsh border and the Offa's Dyke footpath. It has a comfy single bed with pull out bed under. All bedding is provided. It is on mains electricity and has a kettle and a heater. There a good phone signal for most networks and wifi is available. The shower and toilet are in a small portacabin a few metres away. There is also a microwave, fridge, toaster and single electric hob in the portacabin.
Welcome back! We’re following Covid-19 cleaning guidelines but please contact us first if you need more detail. Kington is a small market town off the beaten track on the Herefordshire/Welsh Border. Our cottage is in a quiet, secluded spot in the town whose amenities include food stores, cafes, takeaways and pubs. Walkers’ heaven! Offa’s Dyke Path passes within about 300m of our door. If you stay 2 nights when walking the Path, we can collect/deposit you from/to the trail free of charge.
Situated in the quaint town of Kington and directly on Offa's Dyke path, the cabin is nestled away beneath Castle Hill and sits in a beautiful location alongside Back Brook. Centrally located to all the amazing sites, villages and towns that Herefordshire and the surrounding borders have to offer. You will be able to make the most of your stay whether you are looking for a physical pursuit, historical adventure or you just want a peaceful vacation, this timeless county has it all.