Welcome to Rough Acre
Welcome to Rough Acre vegetarian Bed and Breakfast, the house sits in the hills close to Offa’s Dyke and the Welsh borders. As a working artist I am a printer, painter, photographer, wedding florist and general decorator of things that I come across which catch my imagination. I take great pleasure in recycling and collect objects to re invent.
Rough Acre is in a great location for exploring this delightful area. Offering bed and breakfast with the option of an evening meal. Alternatively, there are many good restaurants and pubs nearby that I can recommend.
A medium sized farm house built in the early to mid eighteenth century. It is very much as it always was with some lovely original features, a charming cottage garden which catches lots of sun and chickens run free. Vegetables for the table and flowers for the weddings all grow here.
The house is vegetarian and mostly organic. For breakfast there is homemade granola with yoghurt and fruit, porridge, eggs of any description, cooked English breakfast our way, locally made breads with homemade marmalade and jams, freshly squeezed juice and good coffee or tea.
We will gladly cook delicious suppers for you using local ingredients. Vegan, gluten free or raw food we will work with happily, just no meat! Please let us know in advance. A two course supper is £20.
Around Rough Acre
There is lots to do around Rough acre and it is an ideal base from which to explore Herefordshire, Shropshire and Wales.
Just a few miles from the Offa’s Dyke path, we welcome walkers to stay here.
The Stagg Inn at Titley which has a Michelin Star is five minutes from the house, they specialise in delicious food using great local produce.
The Presteigne festival of Arts and Music, The Hay Festival and The Ludlow Food Festival are all within easy reach.
For more local information on gardens, festivals and places to visit go to In the Area.
With thanks to Alex Ramsey for beautiful interior photographs –
On the wedding pages there is a list of photographers under the thank you tab, they mostly took pictures of brides and peoples at the weddings –
I took the rest.