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We booked to stay at the hotel for two nights on a visit to the area for a friends wedding. The owners were very welcoming and provided us with fresh milk for our room for teas and coffees. The room itself was fabulous, spacious and comfortable. Although there was no actual ensuite (the only negative ...
An excellent package. Luxury accommodation with full kitchen facilities. All we had to do was prepare and enjoy the ingredients for breakfast we had selected.
David made us feel very welcome. The bed was very comfortable and the breakfast of local produce excellent. They baked bread - including gluten free - for us every morning and even made a cake for afternoon tea. Tea and coffee in the room was high quality. Would stay again.
We felt like we were visiting family, the hotel was warm and welcoming. A lived in kind of place rather than a slick city place. We were welcomed with a lovely put off tea and homemade cakes when we arrived. Our room was furnished with antique furniture and was clean and professionally dressed. We ...
Herefordshire is a county richer than most in historic and cultural attractions, great seasonal food and fun things for all ages to enjoy. Basing yourself at a four star hotel in the region gives you easy access to many of these, and also offers the chance to sit back and relax or wine and dine in comfort when you aren’t out seeing the sights.
Kids love castles, but even if you’re an adult, you’ll love exploring some of the most imposing and picturesque ruins that the UK has to offer, right here in Herefordshire. These are particularly common close to the Welsh border, the scene of so much trouble in medieval times! From your base in one of the county’s excellent four star hotels, take a trip to the magnificent and imposing Wilton Castle or the ruins of Eastnor Castle. There are always good places to eat near such attractions, and if you happen to be in Hereford, that imposing relic will be practically on your doorstep.
If you’re more into nature, head for Westonbury Mill Water Gardens or Burghill Valley to explore the wildlife. The kids will love a fun day out at Wye Valley Canoe Centre, and attractions such as the Cider Museum in Hereford and the city’s Market House Heritage Centre are educational as well as good fun.
Herefordshire is full of attractive market garden villages and small towns offering a great range of shopping opportunities. From the smart shopping centres in Hereford to the delightful curio and antique shops of towns such as Kington and Leominster, you’ll have easy access to all manner of outlets from your four star hotel base. As well as shopping for bargains, you’ll find that many of the high streets in the towns and cities of Herefordshire offer a range of designer goods, and upmarket restaurants are always close at hand for a decent meal out and a breather from shopping.
For executives passing through the county or coming here for a business meeting, Herefordshire’s four star hotels offer facilities such as fax machines and conference centres for keeping in touch with the market. Broadband WiFi in rooms and suites is usually standard at this level. Spa hotels can be a good option for the business executive, and there are many of these offering specialist treatments such as sauna and massage services, steam rooms and sports facilities, to keep the body in shape and the mind alert.
Bar-lounge and restaurant facilities come as standard in four star hotels in Herefordshire, and most establishments also offer free parking. Free WiFi is also a common feature and this, while useful for guests, is essential for business travellers. The four star hotels here also offer extra facilities such as ticket assistance if you’re intending to take in a show in a city such as Hereford, and many will also take care of your wedding arrangements if that’s the purpose of your visit.