Herefordshire is one of the least changed counties of England, still relying mainly on agriculture. Close to the Welsh Border, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, also near to the Rivers Wye and Severn, many castles and lovely villages and small market towns.
Plenty of walks abound, and cycle rides in the nearby Forest of Dean. Splendid views from Symonds Yat and the Kymin both within a fifteen minute drive of Thatch Close. The cities of Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, and Cardiff are all well within an hour.
So, Thatch Close, five minutes from the A40, but away from any road noise, is tucked down a little private lane surrounded by colourful gardens and rolling countryside to give you a peaceful, comfortable and relaxing holiday.
There are many local castles, including Goodrich, Raglan & Skenfrith, Grosmont and Wilton.
The area has many beautiful gardens, including Dewstone, Hergest Croft, Hampton Court and Lydney Park Spring Garden.
The various local towns, Ross on Wye, Monmouth, Ledbury and Lydney.
Hereford, Worcester & Gloucester Cathedral are within a half an hour drive.
The local family attractions include Symond's Yat Maze & Butterfly Park, Dean Heritage Centre, Clearwell Caves, Go Ape - Forest of Dean, Dean Forest Cycling Centre and the Bird of Prey Centre in Newent.