Trebandy Farm is set in extensive grounds. There is a lake and a river and guests can spot rare breed sheep and cattle in the fields.
Because the farm is wooded and overlooks a meander in the valley of the River Garron (a tributary of the Wye), we have a lot of birds of prey ranging from owls (little, tawny, barn, short-eared), herons, buzzards and peregrine falcons.
There are also plenty of native British wild animals, such as badgers and stoats. Look out for them when you come.
Nearby, Symonds Yat and the Forest of Dean are famous for their scenic walks, cycling, canoeing along the River Wye and climbing. The areas offer lots of activities at facilities such as Go Ape, Puzzlewood and the local steam railway.
The farm is easy driving distance to Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth and Hereford. The nearest pub is 1½ miles away.
Note: These buildings are set within a working farm where you will in the fields encounter Highland cattle (and a bull) and Hebridean sheep.
The Field Barn
One bedroom secluded converted barn. Sleeps 2.
The Great Barn
Four bedroom semi-detached converted barn. Sleeps 8.
Two bedroom converted stables. Sleeps 4.
The Sheep Barn
Four bedroom converted barn. Sleeps 8 - 9.