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Leominster 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, Leominster 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.
The hotel is privately owned,
part of a small group of hotels which share similar characteristics and values.
The Royal Oak began life in the 1700's as a coaching house, a welcome stop on the long journey between London and Wales. It now wears many different 'hats"; comfortable hotel; cosy bar with open fire; high quality restaurant; fully serviced venue for weddings and corporate events.
The hotel is very much part of the fabric of Leominster. The town itself has much to interest the passing traveler but is also an excellent base from which to explore the many rural delights of Herefordshire and surrounding counties.
With the benefit of substantial recent refurbishment there has never been a better time to experience the delights of this historic and atmospheric hotel.
One of the aspects hotel guests like about the Royal Oak is that ours is not the 'template' design common to so many hotel chains where the corridors are never ending and the rooms identical. Visitors like the character of our hotel, the labyrinth of stairs and halls and our rooms, all with their own character. We now have an interesting selection of rooms with something to offer most guests. A number of recently refurbished rooms stand comparison with the décor and facilities of leading hotels. Others are still to receive this ‘treatment" but are still comfortable and perhaps place a lesser strain on the wallet. All will ensure a good night’s rest ahead of the demands of tomorrow!
The Royal Oak Hotel
South Street Leominster Herefordshire HR6 8JA
WELCOME TO HIGHFIELD - the home of twins Catherine and Marguerite Fothergill
Highfield is a very comfortable house that was built around 1901. It stands in an acre of garden surrounded by open farmland, with views of distant hills in Wales and Shropshire, just 1.5 miles along the Ivington Road from the old market town of Leominster in Herefordshire.
There are three bedrooms available to guests. All the rooms are spacious and attractive with delightful out-looks. They have trays and kettles for making drinks, and radio alarm clocks, one room has an en-suite bathroom, and the other two have wash basins and bath/shower rooms across the landing. The house is centrally heated but we do provide convector heaters in the rooms should extra heating be necessary.
At Highfield cooking is not "pretentious" or "gimmicky". They like food and care about how it is produced and prepared. They cook classic dishes with popular international flavours if desired, but also good traditional English fayre and, as they are in the middle of a farming community, concentrate on using ingredients produced in the county.
Peter and Jane invite you to their 15th Century Farmhouse
in the heart of rural North herefordshire.
‘Quietly situated on 120 arable acres, The Hills Farm stands on high ground so offers panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.
The guest ensuite bedrooms are in barn conversions – all have their own front door, are charmingly decorated, comfortably furnished and very well equipped.
Breakfast is served in the dining room, the dairy in days past, or the conservatory with a grand view of the Teme Valley.
The Hills Farm is on the edge of Leysters village and is ideally situated for touring and exploring the English Marches. There are several National Trust and English Heritage properties nearby, also some wonderful gardens to visit; Ludlow is only 8 miles whilst Hereford and Leominster are also close by.’
Which Hotel Guide 2001
The Hills Farm Leysters Leominster Herefordshire HR6 0HP
A sixteen acre award winning organic smallholding where guests can appreciate the unique, natural diversity of a practical and replicable lifestyle that conserves, recycles and enriches.
The Buzzards is an 17th century farm house, conveniently situated for exploring the Marches. Accommodation is cosy and comfortable and can be in the house or in one off the three cottages. The Buzzards do all they can to ensure that your stay with them is relaxing and enjoyable.
The bedrooms all have private facilities and the two downstairs single rooms are particularly suited to anyone with mobility difficulties.
The standard of accommodation offered in the Buzzards cottages and bed and breakfast rooms reflects the care and attention to comfort which the Buzzards feel all their guests deserve.
The countryside setting provides a tranquil and relaxing environment. The Buzzards aim is to offer high quality and excellent value.
Bed and full English breakfast:-Contact for prices and availability.
For the convenience of all visitors the cottages are strictly no smoking and no pets.
The Buzzards Kingsland Leominster Herefordshire HR6 9QE
Bed and breakfast at this 17th Century town house
luxurious accommodation in the centre of historic Leominster.
However you are travelling a warm family welcome awaits you at Rossendale House.
This Leominster guest house is a perfect base for visiting Hereford, Ludlow, Bromyard, Kington, the Marches, the Black & White villages and glorious surrounding countryside. Walking, riding, cycling, swimming, fishing, shooting, golfing, flying and many more activities are immediately available.
Our rooms have been carefully restored and presented. Most have ancient beams and period features. All our bedrooms are large, en-suite and very well appointed including extremely comfortable feature beds, ironing and pressing centres, digital television and radio, beverage making facilities, alarm clock, hair dryers, etc.
Excellent local restaurants, taverns and places of interest are right on our doorstep.
Railway and bus stations are conveniently close.
Rossendale House 46 Broad Street, Leominster, Herefordshire. HR6 8BS
Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from sixteenth century farm buildings located on a working livestock farm.
Situated in the rolling hills of North Herefordshire, in the heart of the Welsh Marches, between the historic towns of Ludlow and Hay-On-Wye.
In the hamlet of Luntley, the farm is close to the black & white medieval village of Pembridge which is known as the 'Jewel in the Crown' of the 'Black & White Village Trail'.
The cottages were opened in August 2002 after conversion of sixteenth century barns and stables and are equipped to a very high standard. Each is fully equipped with electric cooker; washing machine; microwave; dishwasher and crockery.
Towels and bed linen are included in the rental as is water and electricity. Each lounge has a colour TV and CD/radio cassette unit.
STABLE END :
is the largest of the three cottages, sleeping up to six in three bedrooms:
HOLLY BUSH : is the smallest of the three cottages and is situated at the northern end of the original 16th century listed barn.
It provides very comfortable accommodation for two.
TIPPETS VIEW : like the other two cottages, offers a wealth of original exposed beams and an imaginative, full height living space, with lounge, dining area and kitchen.
accommodation for five .This cottage is suitable for people with mobility difficulties. Please let us know your specific requirements when booking.
All cottages are fully equipped with everything to make your holiday both relaxing.
A five bedroom modern detached house sleeping nine adults plus two children
The Hopleys Cottage stands beside cider apple orchards in the hamlet of Birley, 7 miles south of Leominster.
The house is well equipped and comfortable and successfully combines traditional and contemporary furnishings and boasts an open fire and Aga for the cooler months. With large garden and extensive patio area the property is excellent for families or large groups.
Close to the Welsh borderlands, there is wonderful walking, cycling, bird watching and fishing as well as trips to Hereford, Ludlow, Symonds Yat and the famous Black and White Village Trail.
Amenities : Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2x colour t.vs, basic sky package, DVD, radio, payphone, starter pack of wood for open fire provided, garden furniture & BBQ, full size table tennis table in garage. Ample off road car parking, Nearest Shop, Pub and Public Transport 2.5 miles.
This is a perfect base for a varied and enjoyable holiday.
The Cottage is non-smoking but well behaved pets are welcome.
Lawton Bury Farm Near Eardisland Leominster Herefordshire HR6 9AX
The Fold at Winsley Park Farm in rural Herefordshire
If you are looking for self-catering holiday accommodation in a tranquil setting well away from passing traffic but not too remote, then The Fold at Winsley Park Farm in rural Herefordshire is where you need to be.
Conveniently situated between the historic market town of Leominster and the Cathedral city of Hereford, home of the Mappa Mundi, it is at the heart of an area where you will be spoilt for choice for things to do, places to visit, food and drink to consume, and opportunities simply to find yourself again.
Originally part of a medieval homestead, The Fold was originally a stone built cattle shed, standing in an enviable position close to the main farmyard at the head of a valley. It has been converted by the present owners to provide a delightful cottage which takes full advantage of its tranquil surroundings and glorious views. Well away from the beaten track in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, it is a wonderful place to remind yourself how quiet and peaceful life can be.Unlike many holiday homes, the accommodation offered by The Fold is of generous proportions, giving you enough space to really feel relaxed.
Contact Owner for Tariff
Winsley Park Farm Hope-under-Dinmore Leominster Herefordshire HR6 0PT
This beautifully presented, spacious detached cottage has been created from an ancillary building in the garden of an attractive half-timbered, listed, 17th century property.
The cottage overlooking the garden and fields is on the edge of a quiet hamlet. This area has some wonderful walks straight from the door - over farmland and through the woods nearby. The area is a haven for birds and wildlife.
A short drive away are the famous Black and White villages, several National Trust Properties, Hay-on-Wye, Ludlow, local cider producers, Golf courses and the Cathedral city of Hereford with its Mappa Mundi Exhibition. Just 1.5 miles away is the market town of Leominster with plenty of shops, pubs, restaurants, banks, etc
There are some excellent pubs and restaurants in the surrounding districts, including those at Ludlow - an established 'foodie' haven - just 15 minutes away.
The Cottage has an enclosed garden with patio area, tables and chairs with a barbecue for use on those lovely summer evenings.
This very spacious cottage sleeps 2 people in a double bed which has a high quality Sealey matress.
Walnut Tree Cottage is very well equipped with all the additional extras that make all the difference to you on your holiday. You can rest assured that all of the rooms have the extra touches that make the cottage feel just like home from home.
Pets are very welcome and there is no additional charge for bringing your pets
Walnut Tree Cottage Brierley
Nr Leominster Herefordshire HR6 0NU
Lower Hardwick House is a timber framed former farmhouse of 14th Century origins,
with its own gardens, pastures and apple orchard. The property enjoys uninterrupted views over surrounding countryside to The Black Mountains. It is off the beaten track in the peaceful medieval hamlet of Lower Hardwick.
The Stables is the only holiday cottage we offer and consists of a detached single storey retreat. It sits in a quiet courtyard and offers one bedroom self-catering accommodation.
The conversion has been sympathetically undertaken to retain the charm of the old building and now offers high quality accommodation as detailed below:
A double bedroom (a 5’ king size or two 2’6 singles).
A contemporary shower room with toilet, basin and large walk-in shower.
An open plan living space with bespoke kitchen (including built-in oven, hob, dishwasher), a dining area and a sitting area with interesting and unusual furnishings. There is a wood burner, TV, video/DVD and hi-fi together with books, games, cd’s and videos.
The Stables is a small but beautifully furnished and decorated comfortable holiday home, with Brazilian slate floors laid throughout. It is suitable for occupation throughout the year.
The facilities for our guests now include:
A modern outdoor heated swimming pool (40x18 feet), which is open from approx April to end September, (subject to weather conditions). It is surrounded by flagstone terraces with hardwood furniture.
An all-weather tennis court (correct shoes please)
A large traditional lean-to furnished greenhouse.
A private terrace adjacent to The Stables with hardwood furniture.
A large gas BBQ, and dining facilities in the old threshing barn.
All linen and towels are provided although we would ask our guests to bring towels for the pool.
We are delighted to have been awarded 4 stars under the Visit Britain Quality Assurance Scheme.
This is a no-smoking establishment. Regrettably, pets are not allowed.
The Stables Lower Hardwick House Lower Hardwick Pembridge Herefordshire HR6 9HF
Comprising of four sensitively restored stone cottages, located on a former working farm, this idyllic location provides the ideal base for exploring the beautiful countryside of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire as well of nearby areas of outstanding natural beauty such as The Golden Valley and the Forest of Dean.
Wharton Cottages comprises of four converted stone lodges with original exposed timbers and beams. Situated outside the historic town of Leominster, the cottages are situated in the original farm courtyard which looks over fabulous panoramic views of the surrounding countryside with the Clee Hills as a distance backdrop.
The Mill • The Byre • The Tethers • The Crush
All Sleep 6 : Tariff:- £275 - £700
Each tastefully restored lodge provides accommodation on two levels, sleeping up to six guests. All are fully furnished to an exquisite standard allowing you to relax in style in the delightful Herefordshire countryside.
A free welcome pack awaits your arrival
Pets are welcome but must be kept under control at all times.
Please do not leave your pets unattended at any time.
Prices include use of all facilities such as electric, oil fired central heating, and hot water.
Fresh linen and towels are provided at no extra cost.
Cots and high chairs may be provided on request.
A telephone is provided for emergency use
Wharton Bank Farm,
Welcome to Arrow Bank Holiday Park
with country lodges and static caravans based in Herefordshire.
Arrow Bank Holiday Park offers a superb opportunity to own your dream holiday Home from Home. The combination of wood-clad country lodges, each with the highest design specification to choose from, including many extras, and the secluded newly developed landscaped plots separated with trees and shrubs, located in the heart of the English countryside.
The area offers a variety of attractions; the unspoilt countryside, Hereford cathedral, housing many treasures, the world-famous Mappa Mundi, Leominster with its olde world shops and market place, and the black and white villages of Kingsland, Weobley, Pembridge, Eardisley, Dilwyn and Lyonshall. Each village has its own attractions and the area is somewhat unique in England - all are a must for visiting.
We have a limited number of holiday caravans on site for hire throughout the summer period. They are all two bedroom (1x double 2x single) models. Please Telephone or email for price and availability.
A small number of tents can also be accommodated with free hot/cold water washing up facility and including use of free hot shower.
Arrow Bank Holiday Park, Nun House Farm, Eardisland, nr. Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 9BG
Pearl Lake Leisure Park – Jewel in the Countryside (Herefordshire)
Holiday Homes and Touring Caravans
80 acres of parkland
Private golf course
15 acre fishing lake
Bar & restaurant
Set in 80 acres of rolling parkland (part of the former Shobdon Court Estate), surrounded by beautiful countryside with plenty of space to escape & relax. The park has extensive leisure facilities for you to enjoy, all of which are exclusive for our customers.
Exclusive On Park Facilities
Pearl Lake Leisure Park golf course is 9 hole, 2200 yards with 3 par 3's, 5 par 4's and 1 par 5. The longest hole is over 400 yards and the course is ideal for both those who have just taken up golf, or the more experienced golfer.
The crown bowling green is somewhere you can really relax and wile away those summer evenings.
Fishing on Pearl Lake offers something for every angler. There are many Perch that are ideal for the young fisherman or the beginner, a few Roach, some excellent Tench (9-10lb), Pike & Carp.
Pearl Lake Leisure Park also have a large woodland with many paths. If you are quiet you might see one of the Deer that come down out of Mortimer Forest, or much of the other wildlife such as rabbits, squirrels and numerous birds that are around.
Pearl Lake Leisure Park have 15 touring pitches, all of which are level hard standings with grass for your awning (the touring area is situated close to the road, so please consider this if you are using a tent). All of the pitches are full service pitches with individual 16 amp electricity, cabled TV aerial, water and waste water points.
Pitches from £14.00 per night
Pearl Lake Leisure Park Shobdon Leominster Herefordshire HR6 9NQ
Construction commenced in May 2000 to create a purpose designed unique Touring and Camping park. The 5 Star graded park opened on the 2nd May 2002.
Outstanding five star graded park is located on the edge of one of Herefordshires' most beautiful Black and White villages. The Park is hidden in a natural dip but within minutes walking distance to the centre of Pembridge.
Spacious 12 acre 60 pitch touring and camping park