THINGS TO DO at The Little Wood House

LOCAL WALKS, VILLAGES and PUBS... a pleasant walk through the adjoining
Holywell Dingle Nature Reserve leads to Eardisley, offering 2 pubs (The Tram Inn and The New Strand), a shop and post office. In the other direction, a network of footpaths and lanes takes you to the quiet village of Almeley and another delightful pub (The Bells) that also offer an amazing shop full of local produce and home cooked delights.

OPPORTUNITIES to get away from it all in these glorious Welsh and English Marches include walks, biking, canoeing, pony-trekking, beautiful houses and gardens and wild hillsides. There are market towns and villages such as
Ludlow steeped in history, books and festivals in the famous village of Hay-on-Wye, and music and theatrical events galore. The Brecon Beacons National Park is not far at all.

LOCAL EVENTS

THE HAY FESTIVAL (MAY)

KINNERSLEY CASTLE OPEN AIR THEATRE (JULY)

HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTRY FAIR (AUGUST)

KINGTON VINTAGE RALLY (AUGUST)

THE KINGTON HORSE AND AGRICULTURAL SHOW (SEPTEMBER)

LUDLOW FOOD FESTIVAL (SEPTEMBER)

See The BROADSHEEP listings for more events

VERY LOCAL FOOD

The Tram at Eardisley

The Bells at Almeley

The Sun Inn at Winforton

LOCAL FOOD


THE STAGG (The Michelin starred pub)

River Cafe, Glasbury (nr Hay on Wye)

The Riverside at Aymestrey

TOURISM AND INFO SITES

Tourism Hereford

Tourist Kington

Wildlife Trust (herefordshire nature trusts)