A HEREFORDSHIRE estate which has been used as a wedding venue is up for sale for more than £2 million.

Longville House, previously known as Lemore Manor, in Eardisley, is on the market for £2,750,000 with estate agents Savills.

The estate has been described as "a breath-taking manor house hotel and events space with a range of alternative guest accommodation set in the glorious Herefordshire countryside" by Savills.

The estate is currently operated as a hotel and events venue.


It has previously been operated as an exclusive use wedding and events business and has historically been operated as a hotel and restaurant.

Longville House dates from the 17th century and was originally constructed as a hunting lodge.

Today, the property still retains many of its original features, but is accentuated and complimented by sympathetic décor throughout, said estate agents.

It has 13 individually designed bedrooms, of which 11 are en-suite and two having adjacent private bathrooms.


The manor house boasts two spa treatment rooms and a range of well-appointed function rooms, event spaces and entertainment lounges.

Boutique shepherd's huts and chalets, each with enclosed gardens and individual hot tubs are in the grounds of the property.

There are also two private dining pods, outdoor wedding ceremony area, terraces, and formal gardens, all set in circa 18.7 acres.