Welcome to Paradise Farmhouse and the thrill and dazzle of Spring—longer days, perfect walking weather, and the promise of cozy times when you get back.
Our luxury barn conversion overlooks stunningly beautiful Welsh border country near Offa’s Dyke. It is a place of exceptional peace and restfulness, but there are also great walks, pubs, restaurants, gardens and activities close by, starting with Presteigne less than a mile away.
We have two two-bedroom self-catering cottages adjacent to each other which can be booked together for up to 9 guests, with the additional option of fine dining for large parties. Bedrooms have en suite bath or shower rooms and can be configured with double or with twin beds. For further details see our Accommodation page, and for prices and special offers see our Booking and Rates page.
We look forward to your visit!
John and Gloria
Listed on Alastair Sawday’s Special Escapes website:
COURSES & EVENTS AT PARADISE FARMHOUSE
Our site is ideal for residential or non-residential conferences, courses or retreats, and also for events, with fine dining as an additional option. We have three large spaces available for your use, more details of which can be found on our Facilities page.
Paradise Farmhouse organises and hosts courses for therapists, for professionals in caring or education, and for individuals needing respite and self-help support. For more information, see our Therapy page.
“On return to Paradise, pleased to record no breach of Trade Description.” Adrian & Faith, Cheltenham, July 2014
“The views from my bedroom were as if I were looking upon a constantly changing landscape painting. It’s beautiful in its simplicity but is fitted with all the luxurious extras.” Amber, London, February 2010
“A truly special place” Jo, London, November 2009
“This place is truly amazing & the combined team of Anita, John & Gloria made us feel so welcome and at home. Beautiful views & lots to do in surrounding area or the space to do not much if that’s what you want!” Charlotte, Highworth, June 2010
“Paradise IS Paradise!” Ed, June 2011