Bridge Farmhouse is a 16th century house packed full of character, you can enjoy a delicious Colombian coffee sat next to the log burner and the untouched 16th century wood panelling, beams and flagstone flooring.
Michaelchurch Escley is a very small wonderfully located village, with many little or big walks on your door step, also we are located on a beautiful scenic route to Hay on Wye, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and near to Abergavenny and the Cathedral city of Hereford.
Bridge Farmhouse is run by the same team as The Bridge Inn, a family run 16th century country Inn one minute walk from the Farmhouse, with a riverside terrace, locally sourced seasonal food and country pub atmosphere.
Bridge Farmhouse has four spacious bedrooms, with super king or king size beds that can be made in to twins if requiere, three en-suite (two with showers above bath and one with a lovely shower) and one with private bathroom with a bath and large walk-in shower.
All our bedrooms have got a hospitality tray with a selection of teas and coffees, we also supply fluffy white towels, fresh milk, luxury toiletries, Egyptian cotton bedding and anti allergen pillows to make your stay the most comfortable possible.
If you fancy a bit of Glamping, or are coming with others who might, we have two beautiful locally handcrafted yurts for bed and breakfast, both of them with cosy log burner, lovely king size beds, electric, mini fridge, tea and coffee facilities, the showers and toilets are just one minutes walk from them, please note the yurt toilets and showers are shared facilities with the small campsite.