Jan and Jonathan Knibbs have owned Cedars House for over 20 years and look forward to welcoming you to this historic property.
Although we have a vintage twist, Cedars House offers some of the modern facilities you need and expect whilst on your holiday. The house offers free WiFi, so you can remain in touch throughout your visit. We also have TV with Freeview and a DVD player.
Whitchurch is a village in Herefordshire named after the church of Saint Dubricius which was originally white in colour.
Whitchurch is situated on the A40, connecting nearby Ross-on-Wye to Welsh town Monmouth. It is located near Symonds Yat and the Doward hills, so the village is used to tourists.
There are several pubs within walking distance as well as a shop and Post Office.
History, scenery and good local food provide the main core of what brings people to Herefordshire. For centuries, the area was the main defence against the Welsh, and many battles were fought along the border. Today, those sites form part of the amazing scenery of the county, which provides a great backdrop to a range of outdoor activities, from hill walking, canoeing down the River Wye, abseiling or cycling. Herefordshire is quickly becoming the outdoor county of choice.