The Angel is a 4 Silver Star property, located in the centre of Abergavenny and has been named ‘Welsh Hotel of The Year 2020’ by The Good Hotel Guide. Situated between 7 hills on the Welsh/English border, Abergavenny is often referred to as ‘The Gateway to Wales’. The Angel is in the centre of Abergavenny and is a two minute walk from Abergavenny Castle and the beautiful Linda Vista Gardens. The hotel is within walking distance of Abergavenny Train Station and there is plenty of parking available nearby (either on site or across the street in the public car park). The hotel consistently provide 5 star service in a warm, stylish environment, from morning coffee to lunches, award-winning high teas to dinners and from events to overnight stays. Sister properties which are located nearby include The Walnut Tree (Michelin starred restaurant), The Art Shop & Chapel, The Abergavenny Hotel and The Angel Bakery, who supply all properties with the most delicious breads and pastries. Also see The Oak Room Restaurant.
Longworth Hall Hotel is a tastefully refurbished Georgian mansion set in beautiful Countryside in Lugwardine in Herefordshire. Built c1788 by Anthony Keck, A Grade II Listed Building. Longworth Hall boasts a history of many changes but retains many of its original features. With a mix of seven double, twin and family bedrooms as well as the romantic Brides/Honeymoon with its four poster bed and curved windows. This large oval shaped room is perfect for any bride and groom. All rooms are ensuite and offer outstanding views. The hotel features “The Blue Room Restaurant” where guests can indulge in fine dining, afternoon tea and take breakfast. The grand reception area offers a peaceful setting for relaxing in french style seating and enjoying the open fires on cold winter days. Longworth Hall is ideally located to explore the local “Black & White market towns of Ross-on-Wye, Ledbury and Malvern. With National Trust parks and private gardens all around the hotel, it is the perfect base for exploration. Hereford is just a short drive away and boasts the magnificent Saxon times Hereford Cathedral with its most famous treasure, the Mappa Mundi and the Chained Library. Longworth Hall is available for private hire, holds bi-monthly wine tasting events, murder […]
The Three Counties Hotel is a purpose-built hotel situated just 1½ miles from the centre of Hereford City and is ideally located to explore the Wye & Golden Valleys and the Welsh Marches. It has 60 well-appointed bedrooms, 32 of which are located in an annex to the main building and benefitting from parking right outside the door. The Three Shires Restaurant offers an excellent breakfast to start the day and a tasty seasonal menu in the evening. It has an informal, relaxed bar overlooking a pretty pond and is stocked with local beers and ciders. There is free parking for up to 250 cars and can easily accommodate a coach so a perfect base for the larger groups. In addition to all of this, there are four meeting rooms plus one of the largest function rooms in the County, beautifully decorated, and offering menus to suit all tastes, an excellent venue for any occasion.
Iconic hotel in City centre location With a full refurbishment underway in 2019, this grand old hotel is getting a major face lift. Whenever you visit this year, all are guaranteed a warm welcome from the friendly staff and a comfortable stay in one of the 83 bedrooms. Whether looking for a romantic break, a trip with friends, a family getaway or solo business trip there is a room to suit every traveller. All rooms are en suite and benefit from free WiFi. Guests and day visitors alike will soon be able to enjoy some of the best food and drink Herefordshire has to offer in the hotel coffee shop, restaurant, cocktail bar or lounge – please check the website for launch dates! The Hereford (Restaurant) Welcoming residents and non-resident, The Hereford, will launch in September 2019 with an exciting menu of modern British food. Look for light lunches, a la carte evening menus and classic Sunday roasts, with local produce and of course Hereford steak featuring highly on the menu. The Hereford Restaurant (Opening Sunday 1st September) Monday-Saturday Lunch 12.00 – 14.30 Monday – Thursday Dinner 18.00-21.30 Friday – Saturday Dinner 18.00-22.00 Sunday Extended Lunch 12.00-20.30 Bookings can be […]
Included in the 20 of the most charming UK city hotels by The Good Hotel Guide 2017 Castle House Hotel is a family-owned boutique hotel in the heart of the city of Hereford just a two-minute walk from the medieval Hereford Cathedral. A classic Georgian villa, the hotel has 24 individually designed luxury suites and bedrooms including 8 in its more contemporary townhouse, Number 25, just a few yards away. It’s pretty, terraced garden beside the old Hereford Castle moat is a perfect place for al fresco dining. Castle House is the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and Wye Valley as well as the historic city of Hereford, with its magnificent cathedral, the world-famous Mappa Mundi and Chain Library and the beautiful river Wye running through. Castle House Hotel has been chosen as one of The Sunday Telegraph’s Hotel Guru Fiona Duncan’s top 10 UK hotels for 2016 for her ”most memorable stay” Also featured in USA Today, America’s leading newspaper and website. Castle House Restaurant and Bar & Bistro Visitors are spoilt for choice at Castle House with the award-winning Castle Restaurant overlooking the old Hereford Castle moat, and the more informal Bar and Bistro. It’s the best dining in Hereford! […]
Elegant Georgian hotel set on the edge of the beautiful city of Hereford. Aylestone Court is a beautiful home-from-home where guests can retreat and relax in comfort to enjoy good food and great hospitality. Originally a grand family home, Aylestone Court has been lovingly restored to the hotel it is today, offering 6 en suite guest bedrooms, 2 dining rooms, a licensed bar and guests’ sitting room. The Grade II listed property has retained many original features such as the pretty shuttered windows, marble fireplaces, sparkling chandeliers and some period antiques. It is discreetly elegant throughout while retaining a cosy homely air. The bedrooms are all en suite, some fitted with baths and all with showers, with modern features including televisions, irons and free Wi-Fi. The restaurant offers a daily evening menu for guests using locally sourced produce wherever possible and breakfast is equally delicious with buffet options of fruit, cereals and yoghurts followed by traditional cooked dishes. Private parking is provided for all guests and the train and bus stations are less than 5 minutes on foot. The historic city centre is a 10 minute walk, as is the Old Market which houses a range of shops and restaurants. Book […]