The Gables Guest House is a fine example of the traditional Black & White architecture of Herefordshire. This large half-timbered building, built of the local oak, stands proudly in the centre ofWeobley. Looking out on its six hundred plus years of history, it surely has many tales to tell. Weobley (Wibelai in the Doomsday book) hides its history of once being a medieval borough town returning two members to parliament.
Ian and Annette Mansie welcome guests to their Bed and Breakfast at Pool House which is situated just five miles from the centre of Hereford, outside the rural village of Sutton St. Nicholas, underthe Iron-Age settlement of Sutton Walls and surrounded by rolling countryside. Pool House is a haven of peace.
We all opted for the full English after cereals, definitely not disappointed, fresh, tasty, NOT GREASY, filling along with as much tea and coffee we could drink. Nothing was too much trouble,including toasting the bread within an inch of its life as requested by my husband. We sat in the conservatory for half hour afterwards enjoying chatting with Sarah and Stuart (our hosts) enjoying the garden and relaxation.
Kidwells House licensed accommodation is Hereford's largest Guest House with 20 rooms and is designed to make your stay relaxing and enjoyable. We offer a fantastic variety from Standard to Superiorrooms, including Superior Balcony, Courtyard, Double and Family. All rooms have flat screen, Freeview TV, hairdryer and full tea and coffee making facilities.
Situated in the beautiful and historic county of Herefordshire in England's West Midlands, Steve and Helen at Charades offer the very best setting for superior accommodation in the most glorious oflocations, 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.
Rowan Tree Guest House provides quality accommodation in the Whitecross road area of Hereford. The late Victorian building has been a guest house for the past fifty years and remains a family runbusiness to this day. It is convieniently situated only a short walk from the historic Hereford city centre on the A438 within 1 mile of the bus and train stations. Whether you require a single nights stay or long term accommodation our self contained en suite rooms will provide the comfort you require.
Julian and Dinah Jeffery welcome you to the Old Vicarage Guest House, offering 4* quality bed and breakfast accommodation for those seeking a tranquil, rural setting. We are an ideal base for walking,golf, fishing, canoeing and exploring the glorious Hereford countryside, Wye Valley and Black Mountains.
At Sink Green Farm, you will be welcomed by the clean crisp air and charming gardens (incorporating summer house and hot tub) set alongside the river Wye. Enjoy a stay that is removed from the hustleof everyday city life as you relax in our rural bed and breakfast accommodation.
The Falcon House is an 18th Century, Grade II listed, Georgian Farm House. Our 6 letting rooms are in the converted granary, attached to the rear of the main house. The house is set in 2.5 acres ofthe beautiful Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean, Symonds Yat, The Black Mountains and the Welsh Borders are all within easy reach. The market towns of Ross on Wye and Ledbury are only a few miles away and the historic City of Hereford is only 8 miles.
The Welch Gate Guest House is a luxurious Georgian bed and breakfast guest house which provides bed and breakfast accommodation. The Welch Gate guest house has authentically styled themed rooms. Allhave en-suite bathrooms and include tea/coffee making facilities as well as flat screen TV's. Other facilities provided as standard include: fridges, hair-dryer & free wi-fi.