Rhodds Farm


© Val Corbett

Individuals and groups welcome by appointment. Please see the Visitors Guide for more details.

We are in the beautiful border country of north Herefordshire just east of the Welsh Border with views of the Malvern Hills and the Black Mountains to the south.

The borders
© Val Corbett

Stay in the Barn

Why not stay at Rhodds Farm in our beautifully coverted Barn? For more details and how to book online.

The Barn sitting room

With two double bedrooms and vast living spaces, it is a great place for a break or holiday amidst a lovely garden in the best walking country.

The garden was started from scratch in 2005 and extends for about 2 acres. You approach the garden through the formal planting that surrounds the Dovecote with more relaxed borders in front and behind the house. In front of the barn to the west of the house is a pond and a gravel garden. The vegetable garden and wildflower meadow extend westwards.

13 acres of woods are crisscrossed by paths and carpeted with bluebells in the spring. A duck pond was dug in 2007 and a broadwalk leading to a summerhouse was built in 2008.

© Val Corbett

Rhodds Farm featured in Country Life in June 2017. View a pdf of the article here and/or visit Country Life here.

The garden is not ideal for wheelchairs. Children must be supervised as there are 3 ponds and steep steps. Please do not bring dogs except guide dogs as we have several dogs living at Rhodds Farm.