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Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&Bs), Cottages, Pubs and Inns,
Camping and Caravanning in Herefordshire

Herefordshire hotels, bed and breakfast (B&B), inns and pubs, self catering cottages, caravan and camping and Farm Stays. This site lists a wide variety of accommodation providers throughout the English county of Herefordshire who are mostly officially inspected and star rated by one of the official accreditation authorities - Visit Britain, Automobile Assocoation (AA) or Royal Automobile Club (RAC) to ensure minimum standards of service for your comfort and stay.

There are a wide variety of Herefordshire accommodation options so you can be sure to find something to suit your taste and budget. Historic Country Hotels, Inns and Pubs, Guest houses and Bed and Breakfasts (B&Bs) are available throughout the county, or you may choose to Stay on a Farm, go Self Catering Cottage or simply enjoy the outdoors at one of the many Caravan and Campsites.

Prices of accommodation vary from cheap and low priced to luxury country house hotel standard.

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Herefordshire Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts (B&B), Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Pubs and Inns, Caravan and Camping

Herefordshire Accommodation

Bromyard, Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Bromyard Town)

Bromyard FestivalBromyard is situated in Herefordshire, between the cathedral cities of Hereford & Worcester, Bromyard is surrounded by lovely countryside including open common land known as Bromyard Downs and Bringsty Common. A great place for walking & recreation with far reaching views to the Black Mountains, Malvern Hills & Clee Hill.

Bromyard is known for it's fabulous walking country with acres of open countryside perfect for ramblers and picnics. There are also gardens and nurseries well worth a visit. For more strenuous activities there's horse riding and mountain boarding, or perhaps a visit to a local Brewery or Vineyard to exercise the taste buds.

For details of accommodation in Bromyard at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
see - Bromyard Accommodation.

Goodrich in the Wye Valley, Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Goodrich)

The castle was known at one time as Castellum Godrici after Godric Mappestone, the builder of the first castle on the site. Over time the name changed to Goodrich.Goodrich is a village in south Herefordshire situated near the River Wye and is famous for its old red sandstone castle.

The castle was known at one time as Castellum Godrici after Godric Mappestone, the builder of the first castle on the site. Over time the name changed to Goodrich.

For details of accommodation in and around Goodrich at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Goodrich Accommodation.

Hay on Wye, Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Hay on Wye )

The town is famous for its yearly Book Fair and 40 bookshops. The small Marches town of Hay-on-Wye is the northernmost point of Brecon Beacons National Park and stands on the southern side of the River Wye. Across the river to the north are the green hills of Radnorshire to the south and west lies the glorious range of the Black Mountains, to the east is the Golden Valley, part of the cultivated farmlands Herefordshire. Hay is situated in some of the most varied and beautiful countryside the British Isles has to offer.

Hay-on-Wye lies on the Welsh side of the Welsh/English Border in the County of POWYS, Wales. Although as far as the Royal Mail is concerned, it is better, apparently, to use the County of HEREFORDSHIRE, not to be confused with the county of HERTFORDSHIRE; a very popular mistake ! The majority of the postal addresses in Hay on Wye are either 'via Hereford' or 'Herefordshire'. It is purely for postal reasons! The town is famous for its yearly Book Fair and 40 bookshops.

For details of accommodation in and around Hay on Wye at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Hay on Wye Accommodation.

Hereford in the Wye Valley, Capital City of Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - City of Hereford )

Famous Hereford BridgeHereford is a city in the west of England, close to the border with Wales and on the River Wye. It is the county town of Herefordshire. In 2001 Hereford had a population of 50,154.

Hereford has a cathedral dating from 1079 which contains the Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world dating from the 13th century which was restored in the late 20th. It also contains the world famous Chained library.

For details of accommodation in and around Hereford at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Hereford Accommodation.

Kington, Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Kington)

Kington's Historic Market HallKington is an historic market town in Herefordshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 2,597.

Kington is near the Welsh border and, despite being on the West side of Offa's Dyke, has been English for over a thousand years. It is in the shadow of Hergest Ridge, and on the River Arrow, where it is crossed by the A44 road. It is 21 miles north-west from Hereford.

For details of accommodation in and around Kington at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Kington Accommodation.

Ledbury in Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Ledbury )

Ledbury's Famous Market HouseLedbury is situated in the heart of the English Countryside, in the rural county of Herefordshire, near to the beautiful and old Malvern Hills, close to the Welsh Marches and border. Although, set in a quiet rural area, it has excellent travel connections, with easy access to major airports, intercity train services, and the motorway network.

Ledbury is one of the finest Black and White towns in England.

For details of accommodation in and around Ledbury at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Ledbury Accommodation.

Leominster in Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Leominster )

Leominster's Famous Priory ChurchLeominster, "The Town in the Marches", is located in the heart of the beautiful border countryside, where England and Wales nudge each other back and forth along Offa's Dyke.

Leominster (pronounced 'Lemster') is an historic market town in Herefordshire which dates back to the 7th century.

For details of accommodation in and around Leominster at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Leominster Accommodation.

The Malverns
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Malverns)

View over the Famous Malvern HillsThe Malvern Hills are a range of hills in the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and a small area of northern Gloucestershire. It has been designated by the Countryside Agency as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

For details of accommodation in and around The Malverns at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Malvern Accommodation.

Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Ross-on-Wye)

An Historic Market Town in The Wye Valley

The Market Place at Ross on WyeHigh on a sandstone cliff, overlooking a large loop in the beautiful River Wye is the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye. Situated in the heart of rural Herefordshire and in the picturesque Wye Valley it has become a popular destination for tourists.

Ross is an attractive and friendly town with Tudor timbered houses clustered around the striking 17th Century Market Hall where the twice-weekly markets are still held. In the town itself there are some excellent shops ranging from small craft shops to some of the larger high street chains.

For details of accommodation in and around Ross-on-Wye at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Ross-on-Wye Accommodation.

Weobley, Tudor Village in Herefordshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Weobley)

Weobley (pronounced Webbley) is one of the best-preserved Tudor villages in the countryWeobley (pronounced Webbley) is one of the best-preserved Tudor villages in the country, with many beautiful timber framed buildings.

For details of accommodation in and around Ross-on-Wye at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Weobley Accommodation.

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