At Llanthony, we farm 270 acres in a traditional manner - our pedigree herd of Hereford cattle and crossbred Welsh Mountain ewes graze on herb-rich grassland. The streams and dingles that run through the farm grow watercress, and our hedgerows are rich in wildlife.

The self-catering wing of the farmhouse is let for full weeks, and short breaks too in the winter. It is always open. Cordelia and Colin Passmore very much look forward to welcoming you here.

Comments from the Visitors' Book

"Beautiful, warm house, magical hills, forests and streams. We wish we could stay for weeks and weeks." Chris Stevenson and family, London

"Another lovely visit to this beautiful wild place. Very sad to leave." Liz and Gabriel Irwin, London

"What a fabulous week, the boys have loved the lambing and "helping" with the horses. We shall count down the days until our return.... Thank you." Jenny and family, Worcester

"Usually come here for the day but to stay was a dream. Did the Offa's Dyke walk -3½ hours. Next day, the bike ride at foot of Hay Bluff and Lord Hereford's Knob - wonderful." Rehana and William and Leila Loram, Chepstow

"We enjoyed the snow and walks up along the tops of the valley. No other walkers in this weather, just the footprints of animals. Beautiful in all directions, and it was warm and comfortable to return here." Fiona and Ken Dando, Leicester

"One of our loveliest Christmases ever! Walks in the snow, cozy fires, beautiful surroundings and splendid isolation from the city!" Andrea and Matt Ffytche and Ayla, London and America

"Once again a lovely week in our favourite spot." Susan and Peter Chidwick, Birmingham