Holiday Cottages – Hillend House

Hillend House is a magnificent Queen Anne-style country house set in a secluded position on the Eastnor Castle Estate, with spectacular and uninterrupted views of the rolling Herefordshire countryside and the Malvern Hills National Landscape.

Originally built for the Estate Land Agent in 1912, Hillend House has recently been renovated and now offers luxury, classic country accommodation for 18 guests with 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and exceptional living space, both indoors and outdoors.

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Hillend House is available for exclusive-use hire for holidays, parties, family gatherings and corporate events. Guests may treat the house as their own for the duration of their stay and can call on the expertise and support of the team at Eastnor Castle or a number of other suppliers should they need advice or a helping hand. Children and dogs are very welcome at Hillend House.

The accommodation at Hillend House is over 2 floors with 4 reception rooms, a fully appointed kitchen/diner and an ensuite bedroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there are 5 spacious ensuite double bedrooms and a further 3 bedrooms, all with their own bathrooms. There is a hot tub, a games room and a tennis court in the garden.


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Take the 3D Tour of Hillend House

“A wonderful family time. We came together from the north and the south and enjoyed a delightful half term. A fabulous house – we lacked nothing!”

Hugh Bishop

Hillend House

Combine your stay at Eastnor with a Land Rover Experience.

See the 5200 acres of the Eastnor Castle Estate from a whole new perspective. With over 66 miles of carefully managed and maintained tracks in a National Landscape, this is your chance to get behind the wheel of the latest Land Rover vehicle and explore the Great Outdoors.

Chaperoned by our expert off road driving instructors, you’ll understand the true capability of a Land Rover, whilst exploring all the estate has to offer from stunning vistas to dense woodlands.

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