Nestled on the lower slopes of the ancient landmark of Garway Hill, in the beautiful border county of Herefordshire, Bagwy Farm overlooks the Golden Valley and Black Mountains.
The landscape is home to a variety of wildlife. Our regular visitors include: majestic Red Kites and Kestrels; elegant Fallow and Muntjac deer; characterful Pheasants and Partridge; nighttime visitors Tawny, Barn, and Little Owls, to name a few.
The farm is in an elevated position on the English/Welsh border, with breath-taking far reaching views to Hay Bluff, Skirrid and Sugar Loaf mountains to the west and Gloucestershire's May Hill to the east. Just a walk up the lane is the summit of Garway Hill, significant site of ancient settlements and the remains of a WW2 radar post. Here you can meet the lovely white wild ponies and experience the awesome 360 degree views of 7 counties.
Conveniently positioned just 9 miles from Hereford, 10 miles from Ross-on-Wye, 12 miles from Monmouth, and 15 miles from Abergavenny, we are easily accessible from the north, south, east and west - via M5, M50 and A49 routes.
Bagwyllydiart Farm, Orcop