The Manor House is a 17th century Grade II listed building in the centre of one of Herefordshire's most beautiful villages. The 11 bedrooms include 3  four-posters, 6 en suites and 2 bath/shower rooms.  House can accommodate up to 28 persons.  It has 4 lounge areas and a dining room that can seat up to 22 guests. With a Fully Fitted Kitchen and a table that seats 10 and can combine with dining table.

There is plenty of space for a large group of guests they can choose from the main living room with Inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, the cosy reading room, the sunny morning room with TV and Playstation's or large living room with 60 inch flat-screen TV with Sky connection.    


Enjoy the Aga-warmed kitchen while having a coffee or have a leisurely lunch on the sunny terrace, overlooking the beautiful grounds and dovecote. Sip a glass of wine in one of the cosy secluded spots in the garden.  Then have a sumptuous evening meal in the beautiful dinning room.  And if you can't face the prospect of cooking, why not use the service of one of our recommended caterers or de-camp across the road to either of the 2 public houses in the village - both of which serve home-cooked food - or Rita's Cafe for a tasty cream tea or Home Cooked Breakfast or Lunch.

The games barn has a Pool Table, Tennis Table, Dart Board, Air Hockey and a Football table.  There are also games a plenty in the house for children and adults.  

Eardisland is part of the Black and White Trail, developed to encourage visitors to the beautiful countryside between Leominster and Kington. The Manor is also within a short distance of Ludlow, an historic medieval market town great for castles, food and festivals, as well as Hay on Wye, world renowned for books and bookshops.  Hereford City with its Mappa Mundi is only 20 mins away.