Us & our farm

Ashley Moor Farm is a family run working farm nestled in the heart of Herefordshire countryside (we’re right on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border).

A stone’s throw from some of the county’s great walks, historical town centres and a foodies haven, we love welcoming guests to our peaceful cottages where you can truly get away from it all.

The farm was brought in 1989 by Edwin and Mary Everall, who arrived with their herd of Friesian cows, daughters Natalie and Caroline, and a collection of other animals!

Today the farm is home to herds of Pedigree Hereford and Pedigree South Devon Cattle, together with pigs, sheep, chickens, horses and dogs! Our two holiday cottages were converted in 2000 and 2009.

Meet the team

Mary and Caroline run the cottages to support the farms income, this has been a great help when we are closed down with TB and can’t sell any cattle. Mary has the best job with meet and greet and baking the homemade treats. If you would like to walk around in the summer months checking the cattle she is the lady to see.

Caroline’s job is running the cottages from bookings, social media to cleaning. Caroline doesn’t live at the farm but Mary or Edwin are at hand if any problem arises. Edwin is the farmer and main tractor driver at the farm also the dogs follow him round all the time. Natalie, Caroline’s sister lives at the farm in the new milking parlour flat; she is the one with the horses!

Things to Do

The perfect place to explore the Herefordshire countryside, driving, biking, riding or on foot with wonderful walks waiting in rolling fields or in the surrounding woodlands. Leave the hustle and bustle behind and forget about your hectic life and enjoy the rural living on this wonderful farm.

We have beautiful rural walks on our doorstep taking in local wildlife, handsome oak trees and amusing livestock. Our landscapes change through the seasons, from frosty lanes in winter, to buttercup fields in May, to golden hay bales in the summer to abundant hedgerow harvesting opportunities in Autumn.