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B&B in Hereford
The border city of Hereford lies just 16 miles from Wales, in the West Midlands, and sits on the banks of the meandering River Wye. It's dominated by the magnificent cathedral and criss-crossed by a network of narrow lanes and pedestrian walkways, lined with handsome red-brick Georgian terraced houses and old half-timbered Tudor buildings. Here, you can catch up on a little retail therapy, nab a drink or a bite to eat in one of the restaurants or pubs, or delve into the city's past at one of the historical landmarks. While you're staying in one of the Hereford bed and breakfasts, don't miss the opportunity to go hiking in the lush Herefordshire countryside, filled with rolling pastures and apple orchards, or visit one of the nearby market towns, like Ross-on-Wye or Ledbury.
- Stay near the historical landmarks without breaking the bank
- Stay in a guestroom with character and personality
- Find all the facilities you might expect from a hotel room
- Wake up to a full English breakfast every morning
Handsome Red-Brick Georgian Houses and Traditional Family-Run B&Bs, Hereford
There are bed and breakfasts in Hereford to suit all budgets and tastes. Though there are several hotels in the city, nothing beats the home-away-from-home feeling of staying in one of the B&Bs. You can forget the drab bed and breakfasts of the past, too. Many have renovated in recent years, and now offer unique and stylish places to stay that are worthy of a romantic weekend break. The best place to start looking for your perfect accommodation match is Expedia, which lists every bed and breakfast in Hereford, along with candid photos, descriptions and details of the facilities. Just search by budget and location, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. When you've found what you're looking for, booking is completed with just a few clicks. Some are in traditional terraced houses, family-run and with just a handful of guestrooms, sunny back gardens and home-cooked food. Others are a little swisher, housed in red-brick Georgian houses with luxurious furnishings and refined decor that wouldn't look out of place in the pages of an interior designs magazine. Alternatively, you could opt to stay in one of the converted farmhouses just outside the city and be right in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside. Whichever you choose, there'll always be a warm welcome for you at your B&B when you book through Expedia.
Once you've checked in, you'll find guestrooms often come equipped with everything you might expect from a hotel, like facilities for making hot drinks, comfortable double beds wrapped in freshly-pressed linen and lots of storage for your belongings, so you can settle right in. Some might have views overlooking the historical landmarks, others might look straight over the glistening River Wye. If you pick right, you could have your own private bathroom stocked with toiletries, while other, more budget, options might have shared facilities. Whichever you pick, take some time to chat with the owners, many of whom have lived in Herefordshire their whole lives and are more than happy to share recommendations for the best places to eat or things to do. When you wake up in the morning, there'll always be a good breakfast waiting for you, with hearty options like full English breakfasts or lighter plates of pastries and fruit, accompanied by freshly-brewed tea and coffee. Once you've had your fill of Hereford, head over to attraction-laden Birmingham, just a short train ride away.
Historical Monuments and the Great Outdoors Near Your B&B, Hereford
There's a surprising number of things to do near your Hereford bed and breakfast. After you've seen the spectacular interior of the cathedral, you can find more history at the 17th-century Old House, which offers a glimpse into life during Jacobean times, or the Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, a Victorian building packed with photography, art and artefacts. If you've brought the car, you'll have the freedom to explore the other gems that dot the Herefordshire landscape, including the Old Chapel Gallery or the 17th-century Shipley Gardens, in the Wye Valley. If you've brought your clubs, you could escape to the Ross-on-Wye Golf Club for a sunny afternoon teeing off along the rolling fairways.