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The quickest way from London is the M4, exit Junction 15 then go via Swindon, Cirencester, Gloucester, Newent to Leominster. Take the A44 from Leominster towards Rhayader and Kington. Keep following signs for Rhayader and Kington (there is one part where it is easy to miss a right hand turn if you are not watching). After around 3.5 miles from Pembridge as you come down a dip there is a right hand turn signed The Whittern (after a large white house called Rose Hill). Please drive slowly from this point. Take that turning and follow the lane for exactly 0.8 of a mile when you will see The Colloquy on your right hand side. The entrance is a few further yards ahead on your right (between a stone barn and a hedge), swing on round to the right and park facing into the picket fence.

From North London and its surrounds you may prefer to go M40, M42, M5 south to Worcester and then A44 which will take you to the second sentence above.

If you have Satellite Navigation don’t forget the postcode : HR5 3JA

What Our Guests Say

"This year marked our 7th year at the Colloquy and we haven't been able to find anything anywhere in the country that can rival it! We'll definitely be back!" - Katie Grifiths
“What a fabulous setting. We have had a lovely, peaceful week. The dogs thought the garden and the fields around were the best things ever. Will return! Don’t want to go home! Sarah Jones was very helpful and welcoming. Thanks Sarah.” The Bullough fam
“Another restful stay in this wonderful location. Our 4th year here and we still love coming to Herefordshire. As per normal we are going home very relaxed…” Buchanan family, Surrey, May 2013`
The Colloquy is just fabulous. We loved the swimming pool, the 18th-century clock tower and the walled landscaped gardens – so much so, that it was almost a struggle to make it to Hay itself- Bryony Gordon- The Telegraph
“What a wonderful surprise! Having been kidnapped by my family on my 70th birthday to arrive at the Colloquy. I WAS BLOWN AWAY! Beautiful house and setting enjoyed by all.” Tom Cropper and Family, Lancs. August 2013
“I’ve run out of things to say! Our 13th successive year & we’ll always come back. Thank you, Jo and Sarah.” Jenifer Wakelyn and David Matthews, London. August 2014
“What an incredible house! We had the most magical weekend and I would highly recommend the Colloquy to anyone! Fantastic all round” Emily Stala (London)
Lovely week. Marvellous spacious rooms, excellent activities – squash pool, hottub etc. Great garden for an Easter Egg Hunt” – Tyte, Reeves and McGowan families (W Sussex Hampshire and Cambridge) – 11 April 2014
"The Colloquy is the perfect setting for our New Year's retreat. Not only is the setting idyllic with beautiful gardens and gorgeous walks but the house itself perfectly suits our every need - large rooms and spacious, comfortable bedrooms." Ceri Walden
“We first came here in 2005 and regularly returned for a family holiday – we LOVE it! Thank you Jo, and all the staff for all your hard work. Highlights for us – The Stagg, the Space Centre at Knighton; and the swimming pool!” The Morgan Family, Norway.