Hotels in Herefordshire

Known for its rich history, Herefordshire in the West Midlands is a hiker’s haven and a foodie’s paradise. Outdoor adventurers can surf River Wye rapids or scale rock faces, festival goers can celebrate in summer, and everyone is captivated by the area’s rich cultural offerings from art and history to poetry and literature.
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Hotels in Herefordshire

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Glewstone Court

Glewstone Court

Ross-on-Wye

Smartly refashioned into a stylish modern country house hotel, a Grade II-listed Georgian manor in glorious Herefordshire countryside, just beyond the town. Popular for weddings and special events, the family-run hotel has bedrooms with garden views, and a fine-dining restaurant.
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Charades Guest House

Charades Guest House

HEREFORD

There’s nothing pretend about the welcome at this Victorian villa. In a quiet conservation area, with a lovely park close by, it lies a short walk from the centre. Bedrooms mix period features and modern comforts; some have views over the city to the cathedral.
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Somerville House

Somerville House

HEREFORD

A late-Victorian villa with a cosy guest lounge, bedrooms with contemporary features and a lovely terrace overlooking the enclosed garden. 20-minutes by foot to the centre.
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Herefordshire: romantic mini-moons and active walking holidays

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The location and the hospitality make it effortlessly romantic - a perfect place for rural weddings and English mini-moons. Walking, cycling and horse riding as well as canoeing, fishing and golf are amongst some of the favourite activities in the area, while family holidays are about getting outside in the fresh air - maybe bringing the dog with you as well. Chief attractions include Hampton Court Castle and Gardens, National Trust properties such as Berrington Hall and Brockhampton Estate and cultural hotspots such as Croft Castle and Goodrich Castle.

Oliver’s Cider and Perry or Wye Valley Brewery are an introduction to Herefordshire’s finest, and sample the area’s strong cider making tradition which has been perfected over 350 years, on the famed Cider Route, including the world's biggest cider mill, Bulmers, which was founded in the centre of Hereford in 1887 by local vicar's son, Percy Bulmer.

Meanwhile, the region’s array of market towns are a further opportunity to explore farmers’ produce at indoor and outdoor markets, visit independent shops and find out about specialist retailers in quaint, rural villages. Herefordshire is masterful with its tearooms for traditional tea and scones, while pubs and bars are charming with log fires and picture perfect locations - everything you need for a thoroughly relaxing holiday.

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Last updated: January 30, 2023