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Bromyard in Herefordshire Accommodation Hotels Cottages Inns and Pubs
As to be expected from being one of the many visited villages in the Royal forest of Dean, Bromyard has a good variety of accommodation in the form of hotels, B&B's, holiday cottages and inns. The village has also a good selection of restaurants and tea shops.
John, Jane and Sylvia Silver welcome you to The Falcon Hotel
Dating from 1535 The Falcon Hotel is a Grade 11 Listed Building. Once it was an important Coaching Inn for the Royal Mail and Aberyswyth Coaches.
Now it is a family run and owned hotel with atmosphere and lots of character.
It is second to none for both business and pleasure, for meetings, for conferences, for dinner parties, for weddings or just a super night out or weekend away. We provide the right atmosphere, service and food for fine wining and dining.
If you are visiting for pleasure there are lots of places to see and enjoy. The surrounding countryside offers unrivaled scope for walking, or visit the Malvern Hills which are a regular stop for walkers. For the fishermen among you we have many popular surrounding pools just minutes away.
For those of you with a love of shopping we have our quaint little shops on the high street and the bigger stores are at Hereford and Worcester, only 14 miles away.
Bromyard is a compact market town with plenty of history and important ecclesiastically. Nearby are Bromyard downs and the National Trust owned Brockhampton Estate. A little further away are Ludlow, Leominster, Ledbury, Hereford, Worcester, Malvern and Tenbury with beautiful countryside and black & white villages between. Further still but quite accessable are Birmingham, Stratford and Warwick.
Boyce Holiday Cottages just 3 miles from Bromyard in Herefordshire, offering centrally heated 16th Century stone and timber accommodation in beautiful farm land
There are three units in a beautiful location on the county border of Hereford and Worcester, each has a unique character and all are rated at English Tourism Council 4 star standard, their cottages have been sympathetically converted from 16th Century Grade II Listed stone and oak-timbered farm buildings but feature modern comfort whilst retaining much of their original character.
The three cottages, set in their own garden, offer easy access for exploring the Heart of England and are only three miles from the small Herefordshire market town of Bromyard. The Malverns, Cotswolds and the Welsh Marches are all within a comfortable travelling distance. A stroll around the 100 acres of privately owned farmland can provide stunning views across to the Suckley and Malvern Hills. Pear Tree and Clover Patch Cottages are single-storey units suitable for the less able.
Each cottage has it's own patio area to the rear of the units. There is parking for 2 cars per unit.
Children are very welcome. Cots are available on advance booking ( please bring your own cot linen), together with booster high chairs.
There are unfenced lakes in the grounds therefore children must be supervised.
There is a Laundry Room with washing machine, tumble dryer & ironing facilities, and a Public telephone box just 200 yards away.
Boyce Caravan Park are a family run caravan Park on the Hereford Worcester border close to the market town of Bromyard. They offer pitches for owner occupied static Holiday Homes & Seasonal Touring Pitches from February - December , and also pitches for Casual Tourers from March - October weather permitting.
Boyce Caravan Park also sell new and used luxury Holiday Homes and can provide all new models subject to manufacturer's availability.
Situated in one of England's most beautiful and unspoilt regions, with over 100 acres of farmland.
Boyce patrons can enjoy a wealth of wildlife and views to the Malvern and Suckley Hills, whilst Bromyard Downs, Bringsty Common and several National Trust woodlands are all within easy reach for walking and rambling.
Coarse fishing is available within the farm grounds and the River Teme is only 3 miles away. The River Severn , River Wye, River Lugg and River Arrow are all within an hours drive.
Golf Courses are also within driving distance, whilst the cathedral cities of Hereford & Worcester provide super shopping. and there are excellent restaurants and pubs in Bromyard and surrounding areas.
The Park has an eleven-month Season for holiday usage (strictly non-residential)
from 1st March 2006 to 28th February 2007 (closed for January).