Originally a horse drawn cart house The Wain House has recently been converted to a four star holiday retreat. This single storey barn conversion is set on a 200 acre working family farm. The Wain House has 2 bedrooms and a light and airy open plan living area. It is warm and comfortable with under-floor heating through-out and a wood-burner in the living room. Being single storey and having flat tiled floor throughout it is suitable for elderly visitors and guests with reduced mobility and has gained level M2 mobility rating from the tourist board. It also has H1 and V1 so is suitable for those with reduced hearing and sight. Sleeps 4 + cot, 2 bedrooms. King size zip and link beds (can accommodate 4 singles/2 couples). Far-reaching views over open countryside. Near to bus routes, lots of attractions locally, peaceful location, beautiful countryside
Wain House, Trippenkennett Farm, Three Ashes, Nr. Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, England - Rural location. Ideal for outdoor activities. Coarse fishing On Site, lots of nearby attractions
- Calendar last updated:
- 31 Oct 2018
About Gwyneth Williams
Hi my name is Gwen I live on our family farm, with husband Richard, one of our two sons lives near by & works with us too. We keep sheep, rear calves grow maize & cereals to feed back to our stock.
What makes this Cottage unique
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Clean peaceful perfect
Beautiful warm and cosy barn couldn't fault it everything you needed was there Gwyneth and Richard very friendly but gave us peace and quiet would recommend it
Thank you Jennifer for your lovely comment regarding the Wainhouse, so pleased that you both and your 2 dogs enjoyed a peaceful with us stay here in Herefordshire
Lovely location, fabulous cottage
The cottage was brilliant and the best equipped we’ve stayed in. The one level and accessible bathroom and shower was great for my mum. Gwyneth was welcoming and we loved the dog box, as did our 2 dogs. The sunset from the windows was an added bonus. Thank you!
A lovely character barn set in a quiet rural area.
Received a warm and friendly welcome from Gweneth. Owners made apple juice and eggs pleasantly received. The barn had all the basic amenities. Spotless and well equipped upon our arrival. Really comfortable King sized bed was a plus factor for us.
A Haven of peace surroundend by gentle activities
A lovely week with three generations sharing a delightful location and each of us completely catered for. Boys and girls could fish, cycle, have a camp fire, meet others. Mums and Dads could join in or watch but still be "at home", get up late, and be relaxed and Grandparents could pootle about in slow time and enjoy just witnessing the scenery and enjoying the activity of others. Wifi was great, thankfully phones hardly work but i am now told that Wifi and WhatsApp gets round that if needs be. In addition to fishing on site in the slack moments we also explored Forest of Dean, The black mountains, The Hay festival, Hereford Cathedral Mappa Mundi and Chain Library and much more. Richard and Gwen and family are fabulous hosts and radiate the gentleness and beauty of their surroundings. Thank you all.
3rd stay at Wainhouse at Trippenkennet farm. We have already booked again for Easter next year. We are a family with two small children 3 & 4 they have been welcome since the first stay.
The cottage is very clean, safe and very, very well equipped. The children love to run around the enclosed garden and adventure. The animals are always an added bonus. The little lambs bouncing around.
Lets put it this way... my husband I decided to have our honeymoon here! Will hope to return years to come. Cannot reccomend enough!
Thank you Gwen and Richard!!!
Peace and comfort on the farm
First, I had to find a wheelchair-accessible self-catering property within reach of the Wye valley and Forest of Dean. This one came up trumps. Next, my wife and I wanted a quiet rural location and a detached property. Such this was. It was clean, well provided and spacious with pleasant views over the stock farm to the folding Herefordshire landscape. The owners were friendly and helpful.
Special interest holidays:
Two well stocked coarse fishing pools on site, 2 minute walk from property.
Working family livestock farm which may be visited by appointment with owners on request. Farm produce sometimes available.
Bristol - 60 Miles
Cardiff - 60 Miles
Birmingham - 60 Miles
Nearest village 2 miles, nearest garage/shop 1 mile, nearest pub 3 miles, nearest town (Monmouth or Ross) 6 miles, Nearest city (Hereford) 12 miles, Nearest bus stop <1mile, Nearest Train station 12 miles.
There are an abundance of things to keep you entertained in the beautiful herefordshire countryside, a few of these are listed below
canoeing/kayaking - the river wye is one of the most un spoilt and attractive rivers in the uk, a number of companies hire canoes, hereford canoe hire, ross on wye canoe hire, monmouth canoe hire
pony trekking (llanthony and trevelog farm)
rock climbing (aber-rocks and symonds yat)
mountain biking (including hire)
walking - miles of beautiful countryside to explore, including wye valley walk and offa’s dyke
mountain adventures (mountain mayhem)
tree top adventure (go ape)
fishing (river or coarse)
golf (Monmouth, Ross on Wye, Two)
well stocked local shop and farm shop nearby. Good local pubs to eat
the towns of Hereford, ross-on-wye, Monmouth Abergavenny and ledbury are picturesque markets towns, each has its own charm and there is plenty to see and do, be it shopping, eating out or having a relaxing coffee and watching the world go by.
there are many places to visit outside of the bustling markets towns, a few of these are listed below
castle’s (Goodrich, eastnor, raglan, usk and skenfrith - plus many more)
forest of dean (bike hire, forest walks, sculpture trail, adventure activities
tgs ( ten pin bowling and crazy golf)
yat rock viewpoint (see the peregrine falcons )
maze and butterfly farm (Symonds yat)
open farm - ledbury
puzzle wood - forest of dean
miniature railway - forest of dean
mappa mundi - one of the worlds oldest maps
visit Hereford cathedral
Additional pricing information
Booking Notes: Please contact us for prices and booking, refundable damage deposit payable (£50) Changeover Day: Normally changeover day Friday, flexible depending on time of year Notes on prices: Come and see the glorious Autumn colours of the Forest of Dean.Ideal for dog walking ,or for the more adventurous the nearby Brecon Beacons make a great day out . .Short breaks available in Jan /Feb from £190 Weekly prices from £250 .Come and enjoy a day of fishing on our own coarse fishing lake, walk in the Wye Valley, then come home and relax with a glass of wine and a logfire the perfect day Weekly booking in high season. We are flexible and have short breaks available in low season.