Staunton House is a 19th century rectory set in 3 acres of stunning grounds, offering luxury Bed and Breakfast and separate self-catering holiday accommodation
Staunton House is in the charming village of Staunton-on-Arrow, just 6 miles from the Welsh border and within easy reach of market towns Ludlow and Hereford. It is an ideal base from which to explore Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire or Wales.
If offers luxury bed and breakfast, as well as self-catering holiday accommodation in a restored 18th Century Stables.
All guests can enjoy use of the heated swimming pool (Summer months only), summerhouse, astroturf tennis court and beautiful walled garden.
If you're a fan of rural countryside you may wish to walk and explore The Marches, Offa's Dyke, the Black and White Trail, National Trust properties and Herefordshire's many historic castles and churches. In particular, Hereford Cathedral and its Mappa Mundi and unique Chained Library.
Close by is the Georgian town of Ludlow - renowned for its famous restaurants and medieval castle. Sixteen miles away is Hay-on-Wye, nestling under the foothills of the Black Mountains and internationally known for its Literary Festival, which takes place in late May.
For those interested in golf, the highest golf course in England is just seven miles away at Kington, where it is possible to see five counties on a fine day. Day tickets to fish approximately ten miles of the local rivers, Lugg and Arrow, for Brown Trout and Grayling can be aquired nearby. Further afield, through the Wye and Usk Foundation, guests can obtain access to these two famous rivers for coarse and game fishing.