Prices from £4,500
Sleeps 48 people
The Barns are nestled between the pretty towns of Kington and Leominster, surrounded by idyllic countryside as far as the eye can see. The Barns began life as a scattering of tumbledown farm buildings, and have been lovingly restored by the current owners into a magnificent country-luxe retreat. Surrounded by vast landscapes and even bigger skies, this is the perfect place for adventure.
The Barns wrap around a central courtyard, with a beautiful sculpture over the ancient well welcoming guests. Each barn has its own private enclosed garden complete with hot tub, outdoor seating and dining and gas BBQ, and the grounds next to The Stables and Granary back onto fields. There is a play area for children with a climbing frame, crow’s nest and swing set, and a croquet lawn and grassed lawn for ball games and masses of space for letting off steam.
Explore photographs of The Barns here, with a selection of images showing the exterior, interior rooms and bedrooms, along with the grounds and setting of this truly beautiful property.
Find out more about prices to rent the beautiful The Barns, yours exclusively whether you wish to stay for one night or one hundred.
- Hot tubs x 3
- Spa towels and slippers provided
- Games rooms x 2 with table tennis and table football, Smart TV and iPod dock
- Movie rooms x 2 with 60” Smart TVs
- Sky TV with Sky Sports and Movies
- Children’s play area
- Wood burners
- Dining for up to 48 guests
Services & Activities
We can arrange a wide variety of additional services:
- Private chef/catering
- Waiting/bar staff
- Cocktail barista
- Spa treatments
- Vineyard/brewery visits
- Venue dressing, cakes and flowers
- Airport transfers
In the area
The Barns are located in the village of Lyonshall in Herefordshire, three miles from Kington and twelve miles from the town of Leominster, with a range of shops and supermarkets. The closest train stations are at Leominister at 12 miles and Hereford at 17 miles away, and the nearest international airport is Birmingham, 70 miles away.
Everything from booking the barns, being recommend a caterer to arriving has been an absolute dream (huge thank you to Steph and Sally) we required a caterer and were recommend Katie Light from Field to Fork and I could not speak highly enough of her food, Katie is incredible and her food is perfection. She was extremely flexible with a breakfast we wanted on 1 of the days, did an amazing afternoon tea, Tapas and the most delicious egg cups and muffins for breakfasts that our hens are still talking about!
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