Thatch Close Bed & Breakfast welcomes walkers, fishermen, travellers, couples and tourists & can be found in Langrove, Herefordshire. The B&B has panoramic views of beautiful countryside and is in an ideal location for those who want to visit the Forest of Dean. From £55 Per room per night. Parking & Wi-Fi access available.More Information
The Heron House in Hereford, Herefordshire, offers superb guest house accommodation in a countryside location. We are the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Our glorious guest house is ideal for a memorable break away. We have 3 rooms on offer for guests to choose from:
The Hereford Room: This room is an en suite double room with two comfortable armchairs. Guests can enjoy rural views from two windows. There is also a spacious low level entry power shower, toilet and washbasin.
The Worcester Room: This is a spacious single room with hot/cold water vanity unit, tea/coffee making equipment and an armchair. The separate (shared) bathroom has a bath, shower and toilet.
The Gloucester Room: This an alternative to the Worcester room offering a large twin bed room with an armchair. It too has a TV and tea/coffee making equipment and shares the same…
Hedley Lodge lies two miles to the south of the City of Hereford and is superbly located for visiting this wonderful Marches City or for touring the beautiful towns and villages of Herefordshire and the Wye Valley.
We offer seventeen excellently appointed twin or double rooms provided with:
En-suite Bathroom with Bath or Shower & WC
Direct Dial Telephone & Internet Connection
International Shaver Points
Complimentary Tea & Coffee making facilities
Super King Size Beds in the Double Rooms
Overlooking the Oak tree shaded lawns at the front of Hedley Lodge is our restaurant which offers a selection of meals and snacks, including daily specials on our menu.
The restaurant is fully licensed so why not sample one of our selected wines?
The Cantilupe Restaurant is open to non residents for morning coffees, lunches, snacks, afternoon teas …
Baskerville Hall is a B&B accommodation that is located in 130 acres of Welsh countryside overlooking the Wye Valley on the edge of the Brecon Beacons and Black mountain National Park. Hay on Wye, famous for its second hand book shops and Festival of Literature and Art in May, is just over a mile away nestled beside the river Wye.
This guest house offers thirty en-suite bedrooms ranging from standard and family rooms to individually styled Executive Rooms.
All bedrooms are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities, telephones and colour televisions.
Dormitory accommodation and camping facilities are available by arrangement. The camping charge is £6 per person per night which includes use of the indoor heated swimming pool and showers. A full English breakfast is available in the hotel for £6 per person served from 8am until 9.30am Monday to Saturday and 8am until 10am on S…
The house and farm are set in 41 acres of land situated in a peaceful part of Herefordshire, with the beautiful Wye Valley Walk crossing the farm. Perfect for walking, Llama Trekking and wildlife.
Ladyridge Farm is a working farm, known for its hospitality. Offering 2 double and a single bedroom, all with bathroom and/or shower.
All rooms have colour television and tea/coffee making facilities; hairdryers are also available in each room.
Enjoy walks in the surrounding countryside, listed as an 'area of outstanding natural beauty'.
The guest house is renowned for serving excellent, locally produced food.
There is ample off road parking.
It is situated next to one of the finest examples of 'Art & Craft' Church Architecture in the country.
"Relax in the comfort of Ladyridge Farm, renowned for serving excellent, locally produced food."
Award winning Menus for residen…
‘Prickett’s Place’ is set in landscaped gardens adjoining our own orchard and farm land, built of local stone and parts date back to the early 1700s. Overlooking the wonderful Herefordshire countryside on three sides and ancient woodland to the north, we offer today’s traveller a very special place to stay and a very warm welcome.
Both double bedrooms are furnished to a high standard, have Freeview digital T.V., DAB radio alarm clock and free Wi-Fi internet access. Tea/coffee making facilities, with a wide choice of teas and coffee. Biscuits and fresh fruit are also provided. The beds have an excellent fully sprung mattress with a memory foam top layer. Beds have continental quilts and electric blankets (Blankets are available if preferred). A hair dryer is available in each bedroom.
'The Woodlands Suite’ also has its own sitting room; complete with a sofa, a 32" TV. and …
Lea House B&B is a refurbished 16th Century coaching inn that today offers high standard bed and breakfast accommodation within the quaint village of Lea. Lea is only 4 miles from the historic town of Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire and centrally placed for visiting Gloucester and Hereford. The bed and breakfast is well equipped yet still retains many or its beautiful original features.
There are 3 guest bedrooms available which all come with a TV, FREE Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities, toiletries, alarm clock and hairdryer.
In the morning choose from a wide selection of cereals, fruit and yoghurt, fresh fruit juice, locally made sausages and a full English breakfast. The breads are homemade as are the jams and marmalade.
This bed and breakfast is ideally situated for enjoying many local beauty spots. It is within sight of the Royal Forest of Dean and adjacent to the spectacular …
A stone's throw from the River Wye and in the border lands between Herefordshire in the English West Midlands & Powys in Mid-Wales, we are ideally situated as a touring base for getting to know the picturesque Wye Valley and beyond.
We are less than 5 miles from Hay on Wye, the famous bookshop capital, where you will find a variety of small, individual shops, cafes, an ice cream parlour, antique shops, a great deli & a Thursday morning market, to name but a few of its attractions. The annual Hay festival is attended by thousands of visitors, including celebrated authors, thinkers, scientists, musicians and film makers at the end of May/beginning of June. If you intend to visit during this period, please book early to avoid disappointment!
The cathedral city of Hereford, with its renowned chain library and mappa mundi, and the market town of Leominster are approximately 15 miles eas…
Nestling in the centre of the medieval village of Weobley, the Salutation Inn is run personally by the owner, Stuart Elder. Stuart is a professional chef with many years of experience in a variety of locations and catering for a wide range of cuisines from as far away as the far east, all the way home to good old English cooking.
All our rooms have en-suite facilities and room number three is, in fact, a delightful accommodation suite having a large sitting-room in addition to a double bedroom with beautiful en-suite bathroom/toilet. We offer three comfortable ensuite letting bedrooms for bed & breakfast stays. All were completely refurbished and updated following Stuart's purchase of Ye Olde Salutation Inn in April 2011. All the rooms are spacious and light and include flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers and other touches you would expect from an establis…