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This tasteful and small-scale development of lodges in the pick of Herefordshire rural terrains is truly a unique attraction in and of itself, and supremely deserving of its David Bellamy accolade for ecological awareness and ethics. You cannot go wrong with Aymestrey Lodges’ majestic log cabins that each boast their very own personal hot tub.
If you’re the sort of holidaymaker who loves to get straight outside as soon as the sun comes out and start frying burgers and sausages on the barbie then you’ll simply love the furnished veranda with full barbecue set. When the weather is less inviting, you’ll be glad of the double glazing and central heating. The ethically sound thing about these accommodations is that they are fully accessible to those with disabilities.
Aymestrey Lodges really scores well on the originality stakes when you come to consider its mutual services and amenities. The Italian-themed garden will delight the senses of nature lovers, the communal summer house is a great place to socialise with others and the nature pond is a home to all number of country critters and wee beasties. Alternatively you can walk, jog or cycle up and down the charismatically landscaped grounds of the lodge park itself.
Beyond these is the fascinating town of Leominster, which happens to be 1300 years old and tells us much about old English culture and tradition. Its archaic old millhouses, chapels, churches and mansions are well worth a photograph or two, and certainly worth a day out to look round.
If you’re looking for the kind of soothing paradise that you thought only existed in the simulacra of the advertising world, then think again. Aymestrey Lodges is that fantasy made real, boasting an unusual yet deluxe assortment of features and the kind of accommodation that never fails to impress.