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The Hill House
"Duncan and Alex welcome you, We aim to provide a de-stressing, friendly, relaxed atmosphere and subscribe to the old adage 'If it harms none, do as you please' Please do feel at home"
|The Hill House is hidden away in over 4 acres of private woodlands. Facing south and west at an elevation of around 500 feet. The views are spectacular:
South towards the mysterious and ancient deep woods of the Royal Forest of Dean.
West into Wales over the beautiful Wye Valley the distant winter snow capped Black Mountains.
Herds of wildebeest* have been seen sweeping majestically across the plain.
We provide the very best quality wholesome food (please state carnivore of herbivore) - sourced locally from small farms who really care. Nearly all organic, GM free and free range. The Hill House supper changes with the seasons but please give some notice as everything is slow (AGA) cooked. The breakfast feast of British rather than English (Continental if you insist) and can be served in the morning room - sunshine, birds and radio 4 or even in bed, at a time to suit.
Packed lunches can also be provided on request.
A typical evening could be spent watching the setting sun turn the Black Mountains red from Abergavenny over the 'cats back' to Hay Buff, then a sauna and splash (bring your favourite music) possibly one of Alex's massages, supper and drinks in the bar or under the stars. If you can stay up long enough you may meet our ghosts: a friendly looking old chap in frock coat and tricorn hat and a beautiful woman in full flowing white robes.
|The Dryad Suite - Comprises the cabin room with curtained bed, low ceilings and an impressive door lock.
Bathroom with iron roll top bath, and views of Goodrich Castle.
The master bedroom with 4 poster bed over 7 feet wide, wood burning stove, goblins in the roof and three dryads.
There are tvs radios, kettles, hair-dryers, big fluffy towels and rugs in front of the fire.
|The White Lady Room - A double in the oldest part of the house c.17 century, views over the Wye Valley to Hay Buff (end of Black Mountains).
A soft welcoming bed, en-suite bathroom with raised bath perfect for watching the sunset.
The delft times in the fireplace have three fakes - spot them and win a prize!
Both bedrooms feature original Tromp L'eoil artwork.