Sharpnage House - Long View Cottages


Checley, Herefordshire

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  •   Social distancing and safety measures in place
  •   Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
  •   Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
Opening status: Open
Our COVID-19 measures:
There is a games room on site, which is shared between two houses. We have provided wall hand sanitisers. We have also decided to purchase a set of table tennis equipment, pool cues and pool balls for the pool table but also for the kid’s pool table, that is going to be kept in each property so the guests won't share these. We have added these: -antibacterial hand soap in each bathroom and kitchen - welcome basket with all groceries left in packaging - we kindly ask guests to take linen off the bed and put it into provided bag and also all towels and bathmats

Our Inspector's view

Sharpnage House (sleeping 10 + 1) is surrounded by unspoilt countryside. There are five bedrooms (one is downstairs and has a wet room) and four bathrooms. The house offers Wi-fi, a washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge, freezer, kettle, toaster, coffee machine, underfloor heating and a built-in Sonos sound system throughout; a highchair, travel cot and stair gate are also available. Linen and towels are provided. There is a large fenced garden and parking. Expect a welcome local food basket on arrival, and pets are welcome too. Guests may use a games room in a separate building, shared with the sister property.

Awards, accolades & Welcome Schemes

5 Star Self-Catering
Gold Award
Suitable for older and less mobile guests

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Sharpnage House - Long View Cottages
Little Canwood, CHECKLEY, Herefordshire, HR1 4NF
Phone : 07922 431817

About the area

Discover Herefordshire

Herefordshire is split in two by the River Wye which meanders through the county on its way to the Severn and the sea. Largely rural, with Hereford, Leominster, and Ross-on-Wye the major towns and cities, its countryside and ancient villages are the county’s major asset.

Visitors can take advantage of a number of the trails which will guide them through areas of interest. Those especially interested in historic village life should try the Black and White Village Trail, which takes motorists on a 40-mile drive around timber-framed villages from Leominster to Weobley (established in the 17th century and known as a centre of witchcraft in the 18th), Eardisley (where the church boasts a 12th-century carved font), Kington, Pembridge and others. Other trails include the Mortimer Trail, the Hop Trail and the Hidden Highway, which goes from Ross-on-Wye to Chester. Hereford has a small Norman cathedral, which has a great forest of pink sandstone columns lining the nave. Inside is a chained library, a 13th-century Mappa Mundi (map of the world) and one of only four copies of the 1217 version of the Magna Carta.

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