Upper House Farm is a small (30ha) farm located in Lower Maes-Coed, close to the Black Mountains in Herefordshire. The homestead consists of 9 fields of permanent pasture. All are bordered by old hedges. There is another area of land to the north with small fields and ancient woodland.
Cattle (Herefords and Dexter) and Sheep (Suffolk Cross) graze the farm. There is also a saddleback pig, various poultry and 2 beehives.
In addition to the farming interest, key features include flower rich meadows, a pond and traditional farm buildings.