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Arboyne House is a Grade 2 listed property, formerly a village shop and bakery: full of characterful  details and situated at the heart of the picturesque Village of Eardisley, Herefordshire.


All our accommodation has super-fast broad band WIFI, freeview TV and comfy beds with crisp white linen, towels and toiletries. We welcome families and have a cot and high chair available.  Pets by arrangement.

We have courtyard parking, a large peaceful garden with views across the Welsh mountains and space to store your cycles, canoes, walking kit and fishing tackle.


Eardisley Village is on the Black and White trail. Head opposite to a cafe/bookshop, friendly local and well-stocked  village shop.


and old outdoor water pump. The wash-house room now also has modern appliances, a washer and dryer available for guests to use. 


Arboyne House has many

quirky old details. The 

Victorian bread oven is 

a feature in The Bakehouse.

The back of Arboyne

House is ancient with

visible timber framing.  


For guests who choose

Bed & Breakfast we offer a cooked breakfast as well as home-baked bread, preserves and cereals. Breakfast is served in the front room which used to be the village shop, and still has the original shop windows. 

We hope you will enjoy our PEACEFUL GARDEN with seating and eating areas, a BBQ,  "The Piggery" reading room and views across fields to The Black Mountains. 

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If you enjoy creative holidays, you are welcome to use Arboyne Studio. The large garden studio is well resourced with a wide choice of art and craft materials for adults and children - or bring your own favourite project to work on. 

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EARDISLEY VILLAGE. Part of 'The Black and White Village trail'.

The Tram Inn, Eardisley. 
(Currently for sale.) 
The New Strand, Eardisley. 
Book shop, cafe, bar and post-office.
The elaborately carved,  12th
Century font in Eardisley church

Eardisley also has a well stocked village shop, many black and white cottages and interesting local walks.

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