Abbots Lodge  :  Luxury Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Wigmore  :  Herefordshire  :  HR6 9UD  :  01568 770036  :

Cycling, walking, visiting historical sites, bird-watching, shopping, enjoying the many and varied cultural events staged locally throughout the year - it is all possible during your stay at Abbots Lodge.

Cycling the quiet rural roads, walking the Mortimer Trail, canoeing on the river Wye, mountain biking in the Mortimer Forest, bird-watching in the Wigmore Rolls (or even just from our terrace!), these are just a few examples of activities available immediately around Wigmore.

The Hay Literary Festival, the Ludlow Arts Festival, and the Ludlow Food Festival, are all annual events known nationally for their breadth and quality.


Pubs/Restaurants within a short drive (or walk!) - we strongly recommend that you book for evening meals, please let us know if you would like us to organise this for you

       The Castle Inn, Wigmore           -       The Charlton Arms, Ludlow

       The Riverside Inn, Aymestrey      -     The Stagg, Titley

      The Angel, Kingsland                  -     The New Inn, Pembridge

       The Lion, Leintwardine                -     The Clive, Bromfield

       The Jolly Frog, Leintwardine       -      The Green Cafe, Ludlow

More information about the area

Activites/Places of Interest

Wheeley wonderful cycling (bike hire)

Canoe hire on the Wye

The Ludlow Food Centre


Ludlow festival              

Hay festival                    

Presteigne festival         


Janet also makes celebration/wedding cakes,

John works as an architectural designer, specialising in new houses, extensions and renovation projects, often incorporating traditionally jointed heavy oak-frames.  See examples of his work here:

Specialist bird watching site (Barnett Wood just outside Wigmore is highlighted as a great venue for this)

Wigmore Vale from the castle footpath

“ What a terrific spot. Great room and delicious food.  On my ‘must come back at all costs’ list.” RE, Oxfordshire Read more visitor comments here