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HR9 5HL, Ross on Wye, 8 High Street
Situated in the most picturesque street in the market town of Ross-on-Wye, this 14th century hotel maintains many of its original features, including oak beams and a large stone fireplace. Located on either the first... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
HR4 9LH, Hereford, 5-13 Newtown Road
Kidwells House is a licensed guest house located just 10 minutes' walk from Hereford city centre and the train and coach stations. There is free parking, a garden and free Wi-Fi throughout. All rooms at... read more
HR1 2TS, Hereford, Bodenham Road
This Victorian villa, dating from 1895, rests in a peaceful, tree lined residential area of Hereford city. Tucked away to the south west of Birmingham, nestled between the Welsh border to the west and Worcestershire... read more
HR1 4PE, Fownhope, Fownhope
In one of Herefordshire’s prettiest villages, this charming inn offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Dating back over 500 years, it still retains numerous original features like old wooden beams and a large... read more
HR9 6JL, Symonds Yat, Symonds Yat East
Located by the river Wye, the hotel is nestled just below Symonds Yat Rock and stands exclusively in grounds of almost 5 acres. There is free WiFi available at the hotel. All rooms have a... read more
HR5 3BQ, Kington, 1 Mill St
Set within a modernised coaching inn, the family-run Burton Hotel is a residence situated on the Offa’s Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border. During your stay... read more
HR6 8EP, Leominster, 5 West Street
A 15th-century coaching inn with oak beams and a winter log fire, the Talbot Hotel offers en suite rooms, modern facilities, free parking, free Wi-Fi and excellent food. The Talbot Hotel is in the centre... read more
£ 40.32View Rates
HR9 5QS, Ross on Wye, Kerne Bridge Goodrich
In the heart of the Wye Valley, this traditional English country Inn overlooks the River Wye and ancient Goodrich Castle. It offers a modern Restaurant Grill and bright, airy rooms. Set in the midst of... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
HR2 8BH, Hereford, Ross Road
Brandon Lodge is a professionally converted 19th-century building within the city boundaries, 1 mile from the centre, 2 miles from the train station and within walking distance of a frequent bus route. Only a short... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
HR4 9BG, Hereford, Broad Street
Near Hereford Cathedral, this historical coaching inn dates back to the 16th century. Set in the city centre, The Green Dragon Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and limited Pay and display parking. The Green Dragon has... read more
£ 48.60View Rates
HR7 4BT, Bromyard, 4 Broad Street
Situated in the centre of Bromyard and easily accessible from the A44, this cosy hotel offers comfortable accommodation in a pleasant setting, one that is rich in history and character. The 2-star rated Falcon Hotel... read more
HR9 6AA, Ross on Wye, Wilton Road
In the pretty market town of Ross-on-Wye, the family-run Bridge House has a large garden overlooking the river. Most rooms have views of the water or the 12th-century ruins of Wilton Castle, just 2 minutes’... read more
£ 85.50View Rates
HR9 5HZ, Ross on Wye, Palace Pound
Standing high above the River Wye, the Royal Hotel has fine river and countryside views. It offers traditional cuisine, free on-site parking and bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. The Royal Hotel is next to historic St... read more
£ 38.25View Rates
HR4 7NH, Staunton on Wye, Brecon Road
This 16th-century inn is in the beautiful Wye Valley, in the cider orchards between Hereford and Hay-on-Wye. It has free on-site parking, free Wi-Fi, a traditional bar and a modern restaurant. The Portway Inn is... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
HR2 9AS, Hereford, Allensmore, Nr Hereford
Perfectly located in the idyllic Herefordshire countryside, The Three Horseshoes Inn is a friendly 17th-century family inn, offering private guest accommodation. A traditional English country pub, The Three Horseshoes Inn serves fresh, home-cooked food in... read more
HR2 8HJ, Much Birch, Ross Road, Much Birch
Pilgrim Country House Hotel and Restaurant is set in 4 acres of rolling parkland with stunning views and an excellent restaurant serving local Herefordshire produce. Ideal for a leisure break, there are many walks through... read more
HR9 6DA, Symonds Yat, Symonds Yat West
A relaxing Elizabethan Manor House which maintains its character and architectural features, with a great oak door giving access to the reception. The hotel has 18 rooms, with an additional 4 suites available for that... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
HR2 7BP, Hereford, Belmont Road
Standing in 3.3 acres of landscape gardens just 1 mile from the historic Cathedral City of Hereford. the hotel provides a beautiful and peaceful haven for rest, relaxation and business. Yet step outside and you'll... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
HR1 1HS, Hereford, 2 Aylestone Hill
Aylestone Court Hotel and Restaurant is a restored Georgian town house just 10 minutes’ walk from Hereford city centre. It offers rooms with TV and an á la carte restaurant. All of the stylish rooms... read more
HR1 2BD, Hereford, 28 Commercial Road
The Merton Hotel is in the centre of Hereford and a 5-minute walk from Hereford Train Station. The Merton offers rooms with TVs and a restaurant serving international and traditional food. The rooms at the... read more
£ 42.00View Rates
Where to Stay ?
Leominster is a market town that is famous for its 16th and 17th century medieval black and white building designs constructed over hundreds of years ago.
Tourists are welcome to stay at the Luntley Court Farm Cottages located in the parish of Pembridge. There is no B&B service here; in fact, it is quite different from a hotel and other B&B private farmhouses because it is a self-catering accommodation. Guests attend to their own needs and are free to come and go. For many people who stay at the Luntley Court Farm Cottages say it is like a home away from home. Visitors enjoy fishing on the Arrow River that runs along the farm.
However, if you want to experience bed and breakfast service at a cheaper value, then Grove Farm B&B is the perfect accommodation that will fit your budget. With more than a hundred animals on the farm, guests have the option of participating in an educational tour of the establishment. They are shown the operations of the farm and meet and greet the animals along the way. Outside of the lodges, the enchanting trails that curve and twist along the hiss of Leominster set the perfect mood for a romantic stroll or relaxing bike ride with family and friends.
The award-winning gardens of the Hampton Court Castle is a popular attraction that showcases the beauty and simplicity of the town. Monkland Cheese Dairy is a great place to savor a cup of cider and tasty homemade cheeses. These are some of the attractions and activities that lure outsiders to this special place.
Historical landmarks of Bromyard are situated east of Hereford Cathedral City. This town market is called the town of festivals and is bursting with culture and tradition. The cafes, pubs, and restaurants are fairly cheap making it easy to dine out without going over your budget.
Noakes Farm Riding Center provides horseback riding training services and teaches children and adults the fundamentals of horseback riding. Still, if you are more interested in learning about Bromyard premier agriculture, then Frome Valley Vineyard provides a tour of their 4-acre vineyard at Paunton Court. Guests are invited to sample the mouthwatering red and white grapes that grow on the vines of the vineyard.
Different Accommodation Options
Since private homeowners have converted their farmhouses into self-catering accommodations, it is important to remember that most B&B farm homes and houses are exceptionally cheap compared to hotels and inns. B&B homes do not have as many rooms as hotels, so if you are traveling with a large group then staying at a hotel or inn would be a better choice.
Campsites are also available at Lucksall Caravan and Arrow Bank Holiday Park. Campers and motorhome owners or renters pay a reasonable fee for a touring pitch and sleep outdoors under the night sky. The price is £15-£30, a cheaper alternative for couples seeking a romantic camping retreat from the city life. The environment is fresh and clean making this a wonderful experience for campers.
While most tourist travel to Herefordshire to indulge in culture, history, and tradition, others visit for more intimate reasons. The Castle House is an exquisite boutique hotel that caters to many weddings. It hosts up to fifty guests and provides bed and breakfast service along with an excellent view of the country.
The bride and groom have the option of spending their honeymoon there or the Somerville House, an elegant detached late Victorian Villa built in the 1890s. Located in Golden Valley, its stunning boutique hotel styled beds and gardens is captivating.
After a weekend of walking the trails or biking through the hillside in the country, you can relax at Holmer Park Spa. This facility in Herefordshire offers a variety of facials, massages and mud treatments for members and guests. Holmer Park Spa also provides access to a swimming pool, sauna and steam room plus a fitness gym. Hotels are nearby for anyone who rather not venture deep into the terrains.
Herefordshire is a remarkable place that offers different activities and attractions for people of all ages. There is Go-Kart racing for kids, rock climbing, zip lining, canoeing, and pottery and crafts sessions; museums and Castles to explore and some of the best hotels around; it is more than a virtual history class, it is an adventure.