Eating in has never been so much fun... With a fully equipped kitchen in The Barn and plenty of outdoor space to enjoy it in, pizza oven and BBQ on hand, you just need to get your supplies from our great local food producers and shops and enjoy the feast!
By arrangement we can provide home-made bread, and dependent on season we also offer our own eggs and apple juice.
For home-made pizza we have a pizza stone that fits in the oven or an outdoor pizza oven that can be borrowed.
A barbeque is provided for your use – and our local shop, Hopes of Longtown, sells locally produced charcoal.
Local food & shops
There are some great local food producers and shops to get your own supplies in and prepare a feast yourself.
Hopes of Longtown, Longtown,HR2 0LT/ 5 mins drive / 30 mins walk along road or partially along field based footpaths from Clodock bridge / www.hopesoflongtown.co.uk
Our most local shop, Hopes of Longtown, is great whether you need to do a big shop or just top up. A family run independent shop and Post Office with a huge range of local food and produce, books, drinks & magazines/newspapers. Head to Clodock and turn right to Longtown - take the first right on entering the village, and it is on your right.
Skirrid Mountain Garage, Llanvihangel Crucorney, NP7 8DH / www.skirridmountaingarage.co.uk
Convenience store, diesel and petrol. Along road to Abergavenny and turn right signposted to Llanvihangel Crucorney and Llanthony.
Family Butchers in Ewyas Harold, Pontrilas and Abergavenny.
Nearest supermarkets are Morrisons or Waitrose in Abergavenny and Tesco’s in Hereford.
Abergavenny has a regular farmer's market, deli and independent shops, plus supermarkets (Waitrose, Morrisons, Tesco Metro & Aldi) – for more details see our ‘Guide to Abergavenny’.
Hereford has lots of independent shops and delicatessens, plus supermarkets (Waitrose, Sainsburys, Asda & Tesco) – for more details see our ‘Guide to Hereford’.
Hay-on-Wye has lots of independent shops, a delicatessen, plus two butchers and a greengrocers – for more details see our ‘Guide to Hay’.