Home Farm Dulas Bed & Breakfast is situated in the picturesque Golden Valley The traditional farmhouse at Home Farm Dulas is set within a model farm built in 1865, spanning 120 acres of farmland. The farmhouse is tastefully furnished with antique furniture & contempory fabrics. The bedrooms (2 doubles, 1 twin/double) are extremely spacious and light and have comfortable beds with cotton sheets and towels. All have en suite bathrooms, TV, Wifi, tea and coffee making facilities, and a hairdryer. A scrumptious breakfast made from local ingredients is served in the dining room over-looking the garden. Maddy bakes her own bread and preserves, collects the eggs from her chickens, and picks the vegetables from her organic kitchen garden. On offer each morning is both a full English or lighter continental breakfast. Maddy is a Cordon Bleu chef delighted to cook you an evening dinner at request and a small extra charge if you prefer a night off from a restaurant. Whilst at Home Farm, relax in the garden, visit the old watermill, fish in the brook, take a walk around our farmland. Ewyas Harold village with its local shop, butchers and pubs is conveniently less than a mile away. There […]
Burton Court – For guests seeking a relaxed setting for weekend getaways, change of scenery, sports and cultural events or for family occasions. You need look no further than this historic family residence nestled in stunning rural north Herefordshire. Arrive through large gates and up a sweeping drive to a magnificent Mansion where you will receive a welcoming, homely feel as a guest, overlaid with an unmistakable historic grandeur. Admire the fine cantilevered staircase as you ascend to one of the fabulous comfortable bedroom suites. With wonderful high ceilings and spacious bathrooms, the luxurious bedrooms provide far reaching views over the surrounding parkland and to the Herefordshire and Welsh hills beyond. Both bedrooms boast views of Hay bluff. The accommodation is spacious, exclusive and quiet whilst having an undertone of Regency elegance. Fabulous crisp white linen, waffle dressing gowns and lovely toiletries are on hand and if you need to keep up with the pace of modern life, the rooms also have large freeview televisions, integrated radios with docking station in the bathrooms and wifi access throughout. Accessible to Leominster town and the area’s award winning dining venues, there is always somewhere to go and something to see from this […]
UPDATE: Open from July 4th 2020. Please email to reserve a room or table, booking essential, initially we will be operating different opening hours, we will post our exciting new menus shortly on our website. Accommodation at The Riverside Inn is Stylish Unique and Flexible As its name suggests, The Riverside Inn is a picturesque country inn, set in a beautiful waterside location; the perfect setting for the luxurious accommodation that accompanies this award-winning dining destination to offer dinner, bed and breakfast options. Hayloft, Stables & Croft Suites – 3 private nests with spacious sleeping and sitting areas and ensuite bathrooms, two located in the courtyard and garden area. King Rooms – 2 beautifully appointed ensuite kingsized rooms in the main property Snug Double – A simple double room ideal for short stays Garden Rooms – 3 secluded stylishly designed lodges in the elevated gardens for a truly unique experience. Dinner, Bed & Breakfast package includes an allowance of £25 per head towards dinner from the a la carte menu and can only be booked via the website. Dogs welcome in selected rooms See also The Riverside Inn
Comfortable accommodation in Monkland Leominster Wall End Farm offers a self-catering studio and a large guest room in the farmhouse, great for exploring the heart of Herefordshire and South Shropshire. The property is approximately 10 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford to the south and 10 miles from the ancient market town of Ludlow to the North. Both full of history, good restaurants and good shopping. Also set along the picturesque Herefordshire Black and White Village Trail. The traditional farmhouse offers a large guest room, comfortably furnished and with lovely orchard views and privacy from the main part of the house. The stunning studio, has been created with comfort in mind, space to enjoy peace and privacy in stylishly decorated surroundings with beautiful Edward Bulmer natural paints colours. There is outdoor space for your own private use, as well as tennis & wonderful walking. Fishing is available at an extra cost.
Charades is situated in a quiet conservation area in the City of Hereford, and is an elegant gentleman’s villa. Steve and Helen at Charades offer the very best setting for superior accommodation in the most glorious of location, where you will find a warm welcome, an inviting atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. Perfectly placed, just ten minutes walk from the centre of the City of Hereford, Charades is an excellent base to explore Herefordshire and the surrounding area. The house was built in 1877 and sits in large gardens which guests can enjoy. It has retained many of its original Victorian features, such as fireplaces, high ceilings and coving. Charades is in a quiet conservation area, close to a lovely park, with a large, well lit private car park within the grounds of the house. All six bedrooms have en-suite with power showers and are spacious and light, with some giving spectacular views over the city, the Cathedral and the Black Mountains beyond. All rooms are dressed in period future and beds are made up in top quality Egyptian cotton bedding and come with colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and hospitality tray. Wi-Fi access is complementary during […]
Lemore Manor is one of Herefordshire’s finest wedding, corporate and function venues and has been a labour of love for its owners Margaret and Ben Owen for the last decade. The main house Lemore Manor is set in quiet seclusion and blending a beautifully proportioned stone property with modern features, this place was meant for a party or private function. A large orangery with glistening chandeliers opens out to the terrace and gardens and lends a glamorous Gatsby style theme with its cocktail bar and ample room for tables (seat up to 120 guests), dancing, your live band and all of your happy guests. With statement wall coverings, soft furnishings and furniture, the break-away rooms are yours to relax in. The open fire and long dark wood tables of the formal dining room, that can seat up to 50, demand equally luxurious cuisine from the talented in-house chef and his team. Downstairs there is a gentlemen’s snug and games room, but don’t worry ladies, something even more special is your hen den (more later). Ceremonies are held in the purpose built ‘chapel’ room with its beamed ceiling waiting for garlands to adorn it and the photo opportunities are endless in […]
UPDATE: GREAT NEWS! Thanks to the easing of restrictions our gardens will be open EVERY DAY from MONDAY JUNE 1st. Bring a picnic and enjoy the glorious early summer weather, we look forward to welcoming regulars back and seeing new faces. We are open 10am to 5pm and we have held admission charges for 2020. (Adults £6, children 3-10 £1 and under 16s £3). Please respect the current COVID distancing rules (minimum 2m separation) – should be easy we have eight acres to explore! Brobury House is a charming Victorian building Brobury House and gardens is on the banks of the River Wye in Herefordshire near Bredwardine. The house is a charming Victorian building which the current owners Keith and Pru Cartright have renovated. There are eight acres of garden which have been nurtured to retain the original Victorian character. Set in the peace and tranquility of Brobury countryside, it is an ideal place to explore the city of Hereford, the Welsh Marches and the book lovers paradise of Hay on Wye. It is a place to relax and unwind. All are welcome, especially nature lovers, gardeners, artists, photographers and those who would just like to sit and picnic in beautiful surroundings. Bed & […]
The Harp at Old Radnor is a lovely old Welsh longhouse inn perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Radnor Valley, close to the Powys/Herefordshire border. Independently owned and run by Chris and Angela Ireland, The Harp is a real pub, with ancient slate floors, oak beams, antique settles and a huge open log fire. A lovely place to visit for good food, good beer, comfortable rooms and friendly service. There are five comfortable guest bedrooms, two are doubles, two have a double and a single bed so can be doubles, twins or family rooms, one has a double and two single beds. Four of the rooms have views of the surrounding hills and one has a view out over the garden to the sheep grazing on the hillside beyond. All have small flatscreen TVs with Freeview channels and access to free wifi. Packed lunches for walkers and riders are available on request. Well-behaved dogs welcome in the bar and in the rooms (but not on the furniture) subject to a small charge of £10 per dog per stay to cover additional cleaning costs. Bowls, towels and treats are available and there are some lovely walks for you to take with your dog. Also see The Harp Restaurant […]
The Bowens is a 17th century farmhouse set in an acre of gardens in the Herefordshire village of Fownhope. Bowens offer a variety of en-suite rooms, catering for single travellers, couples and families. All rooms have private bathrooms with bath and/or shower, TV, hairdryer, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities. There is local artists Mark Jenkins work displayed in all rooms to admire or purchase to take home if wished. The ground-floor courtyard rooms have independent access and allow direct access to your car. Some rooms are accessible to those with mobility issues. Outside, the gardens are laid mainly to lawn with seating areas provided for guests to relax with a book or drink. All rates include full English breakfast made from locally produced bacon, eggs and award winning sausages. A variety of cereals and fruit juice (including fresh apple juice from our own apples) are included and special dietary needs can usually be accommodated with prior notice. Fownhope, located approximately 20 minutes from Hereford, Ledbury and Ross on Wye is ideally situated for exploring the Herefordshire countryside and is a popular overnight stop for walkers on the Wye Valley Way or cyclists doing Lands End to John O’Groats route. We […]
UPDATE: Opening from July 6th 2020 with four en suite letting rooms on a bed and breakfast basis only. Taking bookings now. The Kilpeck Inn is located in the historic village of Kilpeck, in the heart of rural Herefordshire. Open for divine takeaway food only from their menu inc Sunday Lunch during the Covid period. Kilpeck is renowned for its beautiful Romanesque church just a minutes walk from the inn. The inn was extensively refurbished in 2009 to extend the dining room and add accommodation, whilst retaining its special character. We offer a warm welcome, friendly service and top quality food sourced from local suppliers, all prepared by award winning head chef Ross Williams. The Kilpeck Inn is recommended in the Michelin Guide, as well as the Good Pub Guide, the AA Pub Guide and Alastair Sawday’s Special Places. The Inn recently won both ‘Best Country Inn – Herefordshire’ and the Location Award for Best Local History in the Lux 2016 Hospitality Awards. Come and sit by the fireside and enjoy a pint of local ale; have a delicious meal in the bar or in our restaurant, or stay the night in one of our four luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Open […]
UPDATE – The B&B opens 1st August 2020. The Self Catering houses will reopen from 10 July. Get in touch to arrange a booking. Huntlands Farm has 6 rooms. Two super king with en suite bathrooms; two super kings with en suite shower rooms; one super king with private shower room across the landing and one double room downstairs with private shower room next door. While breakfast is included, there are some great extra touches; Take advantage of the Sunday-in-Bed Breakfast Tray (order the night before) delivered to your room. “Lucy and Stephen have lovingly coaxed this 15th-century house on a working farm back to life. Deep in rural middle England, it’s a comfortable place with patterned rugs on floorboards, reclaimed wardrobes and views over the orchard or farm. Breakfast on eggs from the hens, sausages from the pigs and home-made preserves.” The Telegraph, January 2017 With an ethos of supporting local producers as well as using the farm’s own produce, the optional evening menus reflect the owners’ cultural backgrounds of Herefordshire & The Caribbean. And there are always homemade cakes and pastries as well as delectable desserts which you can spoil yourself with during your stay. If you wish to rent the […]
Dunfield House – How good the world can be Set high on a hill, standing in 15 acres of gardens and parkland, this beautiful activity centre in an ideal rural location, that allows your group to meet together as a community. Dunfield offers excellent facilities for youth, schools education and family groups to meet together and run their own programmes. They offer a fully catered service for 25 – 90 and self catering for up to 25 people in their Stables accommodation. The House: Fully catered bunk style accommodation for up to 70 guests Home cooked meals are wholesome and plentiful using local produce where possible Set in 15 acres of lawned terraces, woodlands and streams Plenty of outdoor areas for football, volleyball and team games and make believe play – there is even the chance to build a dam Campfire sites Games room Indoor heated pool Suitable for schools, family gatherings, church groups You may have a clear programme you want to follow, alternatively, if you have never run an activity before, centre managers Sue and Paul are happy to discuss programme options both based onsite or in the local area, with you to assist you through the booking […]
Regularly earning accolades for eco credentials, delicious breakfasts and exceptional reviews, owner Juliet Williams prides herself in delivering an unrivalled customer experience. Lowe Farm – WINNER OF THE COVERTED 2016 ROSE AWARD – presented to just 100 tourism providers across England as Visit England’s industry honour in Recognition Of Service Excellence. Set between the pretty market towns of Kington and Leominster in Pembridge, Lowe Farm is a characterful 600 year old farmhouse accommodation showcases Visit England 4 Star Gold Award accommodation at its finest. Located on 200 acres of rolling farmland, along Herefordshire’s famous Black and White Village trail, a stay here is peaceful, picturesque and rejuvenating. All rooms at Lowe Farm are en-suite with beautiful views of the large gardens and surrounding countryside. Enjoy tea and coffee-making facilities, fragrant toiletries, silent fridges, flat screen TVs and music stations. The important extras are taken care of too: a hair dryer, pristine robes, additional pillows and blankets, a torch, a fan, shoe buffer, writing materials, complimentary postcards and a bedroom information folder are all at hand. For breakfast expect fresh and seasonal local produce, including vegetables straight from Juliet’s own organic kitchen garden, is the mainstay of our dishes. Locally made preserves sit […]
Benhall Farm is the perfect location for a countryside break Benhall Farm is a working dairy and arable farm set in glorious Herefordshire countryside moments from Ross-on-Wye on the banks of the River Wye. Well situated for touring the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Welsh Borders & the Malverns. Close by are Goodrich Castle and Symonds Yat Rock.. The AA Four Star Bed and Breakfast is in the delightful Georgian farmhouse. Benhall Farm is a unique blend of original character and modern comforts and guests often remark how they value the privacy and informality they find. All 3 rooms are on the first floor and are spacious with en-suite facilities; One has a superking four poster, one a kingsize double, one two single beds or these can be joined together for a superking double. The four poster and double rooms enjoy magnificent views of nearby Ross-on-Wye, the twin /double enjoys views towards the River Wye. Each bedroom has a colour television with freeview, mini fridge (stocked with fresh milk, spring water and homemade biscuits) and tea and coffee making facilities. At the end of the day you may also enjoy the private Guests Lounge, which also has a colour television and VCR, music centre […]
Southbank House is situated in a quiet area of Hereford and is an elegant Victorian building Just 10 minutes’ walk from the city centre, Southbank House is surrounded by mature gardens. Named as Hereford in Bloom Best Gardens 2017, guests can enjoy plenty of private seating areas during their stay in this very peaceful and beautiful setting. Dating back to 1877, Southbank House has retained many of its original Victorian features, including the service bells in the hallway, fireplaces, high ceilings, ornate ceiling roses and coving. This bed & breakfast in Hereford has five bedrooms all with en-suite facilities and designer toiletries and comfortable beds. The bedrooms are light and airy, with some giving fabulous views over the Cathedral, the city and the Black Mountains beyond. Guests benefit from Egyptian cotton linen, flat screen TV’s with Freeview, tea & coffee making facilities, iron & ironing board, hair dryer, a writing desk and easy chairs. There is a large, well-lit private car park in the grounds of the house and the rail and coach links are a brisk five minute walk from the property. Free Wifi is available throughout.
UPDATE: Open from July 4th 2020. Please email to reserve a room or table, booking essential, initially we will be operating different opening hours, we will post our exciting new menus shortly on our website. The Riverside Inn’s pretty black and white premises has it all Set in the picturesque village of Aymestry, near the Herefordshire/Shropshire border, The Riverside Inn has an award-winning restaurant, wonderful walks, a nature-lovers haven and well-appointed rooms. Food at The Riverside is made and cooked freshly on site; from the garden honey, oat and yogurt soda bread to the delectable lemon verbena ice cream. Sustainability and ethical sourcing is important to us for mussels and sea fish. Always scoring well regarding food miles for British produce and Fair Trade sources for imports. The kitchen garden is an important ingredient in the creation of menus and Andy and his team prepare the ground, sow and reap the seasonal vegetables and fruits. There are designated “dog tables” in the bar should you wish to take your four-legged friend to dine with you. The river and its banks are full of wildlife; dragonflies, dippers, otters, kingfishers, brown trout and grayling all live here. Fly fishing is available for guests on […]
Situated in the fairytale black and white Tudor village of Weobley, 16th century Mellington House is a small family run B&B providing good quality village centre accommodation for both long and short stays in this beautiful area. A flexible approach offers the option of both bed and breakfast or self catering in each of the characterful, well equipped, individually accessed ‘apartments’ in the house. The great location ensures that you are close to shops, pubs and the village restaurants and within walking distance of local amenities and countryside walks. Accommodation apartments are comfortably furnished and all rooms have their own access to the front and rear of the house. There is more than an acre of gardens for guests to enjoy and footpaths leading into the surrounding countryside are all right on the doorstep. An excellent base from which to explore this truly beautiful part of the world. 4 Bed & Breakfast/Self catering apartments, sleeping 2-4 people
UPDATE: Open from July 4th 2020, taking bookings now. Welcome to David and Sue’s Working Livestock Farm; Sink Green Farm, which offers a welcome retreat. Set in 170 acres of pasture meadows to south-east of Hereford, Sink Green Farm is the perfect place to stay. Whilst the river is the boundary to our livestock farm, we are only three miles from Hereford city and centrally located to access all of Herefordshire, and the surrounding areas. All bedrooms en suite, spacious and comfortable, with hospitality trays and TV, they are a subtle blend of both traditional and contemporary, all of which enhances the character of our 16th century farmhouse. Wi-Fi throughout. Unwind in our oak-beamed guest lounge to watch TV, play games, listen to music or just read. Enjoy the interactive computer to help plan your days out. A traditional farmhouse breakfast is served in our flag stoned dining room. Relax in extensive garden, with summer house and hot-tub and enjoy the uninterrupted panoramic views over the river meadows. Hospitality tray, fridge and BBQ are provided to add to your enjoyment. Enjoy – the tranquil walks along the banks of the River Wye which for over one and a half miles meanders along the […]
The accommodation at Wye Valley Canoes consists of a contemporary ‘posh’ bunkhouse and 5 ensuite rooms, some with river views. The Bunhouse is situated in the Chapel next door to the River Cafe and can sleep groups of up to 14. The Chapel is a bunkhouse for adults, ideal for family and friends get-togethers, work outings, book club get-aways or hen and stag parties. Modern bathrooms, power showers, cotton sheets, a huge woodburning stove, comfy sofas, beautiful tables made by local designers Barnby and Day and a slide to get down to the ground floor! A place to have fun, to relax, unwind and enjoy the company of good friends. Nibbles or supper on arrival, breakfast, packed lunches, lunches and evening meals can all be pre-ordered next door at The River Café. The B&B rooms are simple, modern & warm. Breakfast is an additional cost and can be enjoyed downstairs in the café over looking the river. All rooms are en-suite. Rooms are simply furnished and not a piece of floral wallpaper in sight. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms and the Bunkhouse. Maximum group size 26, including rooms above The River Café. Also see The River Cafe Glasbury.
Number 21 is located within easy walking distance of Hereford city centre Local bus and train stations just a few minutes walk away from Number 21 which sits along the desirable Aylestone Hill area of Hereford. The guest accommodation was built at the turn of the last century during the Edwardian Period. The interior has been tastefully updated by the present owners with all rooms offering en-suite facilities. There are four letting rooms each with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Internet access is available, as well as hairdryers. The four bedrooms each offer something different. The ground floor bedroom (Mauve Room) is ideal for those persons who have difficulty with stairs. The bedroom has been furnished with double and single sleigh beds, so will sleep up to three people. It also has disabled access to a wet room. Bedroom 2 (Pink Room) has a king size four poster bed and the ensuite has a bath with a shower over. Bedroom 3 (Blue Room) has a king size French bed with a shower room. Bedroom 4 (Yellow Room) has matching double and single beds and will sleep up to three persons; the shower room being larger than average. There is a […]