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As to be expected from being one of the many visited villages in the Royal forest of Dean, Ledbury 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.
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The Talbot Hotel
The Talbot Hotel is a 16th century
The Talbot Hotel is a 16th century coaching inn, set just off the town centre of the idealic market town of Ledbury, Herefordshire. Rustic and beautiful Ledbury, set just below the Malvern Hills, rolling coutryside, hop fields, apple orchards, vinyards, and of course Herefordshire cider.
The Talbot Hotel has 7 character bedrooms, a fine restaurant with varied menu using local meats and produce, their chef loves to cook fish specials.
The Talbot has a very welcoming well stocked bar, a good wine list and is the place to stay for a real taste of Herefordshire.
Good Food and Drink :
Great emphasis is placed on using local produce at the Talbot culminating in culinary genius; a blend of exciting classic and modern international food. The beautiful oak panelled dining room with it's fine carved overmantle enhances the ambiance.
The accommodation at the Talbot retains it's traditional character as well as providing modern and light facilities, making your stay a very comfortable one. The delightful bedrooms are all ensuite, and come equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and colour television. The Talbot is an ideal place to stay to explore Ledbury and the beautiful surrounding Cotswold villages.
The Talbot Hotel is proud to be listed in the 2003 CAMRA Guide to Herefordshire Pubs
Tariff - Single Occupancy from £ 42.50 and Double Occupancy from £ 60.00
The Talbot Hotel 14 New St Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2DX
Set amongst the fields and woodland, half a mile from the road, Wall Hills offers the peace and quiet that you would expect to find in the heart of the beautiful English countryside, with the
and their wonderful scenery and excellent walking close by
Wall Hills House stands on the hill slopes overlooking the old market town of Ledbury. All rooms are very spacious, reflecting the elegant Georgian era in which the house was built, and commanding superb views over rural Herefordshire.
Wall Hills is an old property with great character and charm. The large rooms, with their high ceilings have superb views across the countryside. Wall Hills is renowned for its peace and quiet and we will do our best to help you unwind and recharge your batteries.
Wall Hills recieved the RAC Warm Welcome Award which is presented for the highest levels of hospitality, and the Sparkling Diamond Award which is presented for excellent standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
All food served is prepared by David to order, using locally produced meat and game, excellent fish, and vegetables usually picked from our own garden.
Wall Hills itself is of some historic interest, the house being about 250 years old; a 15th century listed Cruck barn is part of the property, as are the Oast Houses dating from the 1600's.
For those who enjoy shopping and sightseeing. Worcester, Gloucester and Cheltenham are delightful towns. Local attractions include The Shambles, a museum of Victorian life, just 7 miles away at Newent.
Keen Gardeners will enjoy the many local specialist nurseries, including the Picton Gardens collection of Michaelmas Daisies, and the recently opened Hampton Court gardens near Leominster.
You really don't have to bring any more than a toothbrush to stay with us! - We provide English Norfolk Lavender Toiletries and big fluffy towels.
Rates include breakfast : All rooms have en-suite or private facilities : Fully licensed restaurant
Wall Hills is a non-smoking house
Wall Hills Country House Hereford Road Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2PR
Conveniently located 3 miles west of the historic market town of Ledbury,
this imposing Georgian country house dates back to 1790
and stands in over 4 acres of breathtaking rural countryside.
New owners David and Gillian Pinchbeck took over the management in February 2004 and have since embarked on a programme of complete renovation with an emphasis on quality and comfort. The ambience is modern, yet welcoming and homely, and the friendly staff offer a personal, unobtrusive service.
Guests can curl up with the paper on comfortable sofas in the lounge, which is warmed by an open fire on chilly days. The bedrooms, many of which have original fireplaces, have crisp white Egyptian percale sheets and luxurious goose down duvets and pamper guests with Molton Brown bath products.
Guests can take a pre-dinner drink in the Mulberry Bar before sitting down to enjoy clean modern cuisine in the light and airy Terrace Brasserie. On sunny days the stunning new deck terrace with breathtaking views of the Malvern Hills provides the perfect setting for alfresco dining or a relaxing drink. The hotel is ideally located for exploring the cathedral cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester, and is close to numerous areas of outstanding beauty. The Three Counties showground in Malvern is only a short drive away.
Tariff - Single Rooms from £ 70.00 and Double Rooms from £ 80.00
The Verzon Hereford Road Trumpet Nr. Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2PZ
RELAX and UNWIND in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside.
Comfortable and peaceful (with excellent food!)
You are assured of a warm welcome on arrival at Church Farm. Jane and David West will be your hosts for the duration of your stay and their aim is to make your holiday as enjoyable as possible.
Jane and David West have been providing relaxing accommodation for their guests since around 1980 and have many repeat bookings every year.
Accommodation at Church Farm is within a
Grade II Listed farmhouse and offers Aga-cooked breakfasts, tea & coffee on request as well as providing a peaceful and tranquil location set in the depths of rural Herefordshire.
Church Farm is a small working mixed farm of some 40 hectares (100 acres) with a flock of some 30 sheep (and lambs in the Spring!).
There are numerous walks around the hamlet and the Malvern Hills are only 5 miles away.
There is much to explore in the area with numerous activities for the outdoor visitor including golf, canoeing, cycling and walking.
All rooms are beautifully furnished and maintained to a high standard, ensuring that you will feel comfortable and relaxed during your stay. Tariff - Single from £ 28.00 and Double Rooms from £ 56.00 inclusive of Breakfast / tea-coffee. Single person or 1 night bookings – a small supplement may apply depending on the date(s) required
(For the comfort of all our guests, smoking is only allowed outside.)
Church Farm, Coddington, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1JJ
Hope End is wildly known for being the childhood home of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
and offers a lifestyle of tranquility and romance.
The Barrett family moved to the original Hope End in 1809, during their stay of some 23 years, Mr Barrett commissioned John C Loudon to landscape the immediate surroundings to create gardens and parkland in his inimitable style. Sadly the original house was demolished reducing it to a remnant of its former elegance. Our more recently constructed house was completed in 1878.
Peter and Sharon are enormously proud to welcome you to their very special haven where you can unwind and relax. Hope End offers a lifestyle of tranquillity. Stroll through the garden, explore and enjoy the same walks and ambience which impressed Elizabeth to become one of our great literary figures. Amble through acres of ancient bluebell woodland where wild life is prolific.
Hope End House lovingly restored and beautifully furnished in a romantic setting steeped in history.
The tranquil atmosphere is of warmth and hospitality, guests cannot fail but feel at home.
The gardens and parkland are a haven for plants, wildlife and people.
"It is exceptionally well located as a base for visiting the surrounding counties
of Hereford and Worcester and even the Welsh Marches ..."
Hope End is situated 5 miles west of Malvern and close to the historic market town of Ledbury.
It is idealy situated for walking the hills, visting events at Eastnor castle, Malvern theatre and exploring our beautiful market towns.
Hope End House, Hope End, Ledbury, Herefordshire. HR8 1JQ
Set one mile outside the village of Much Marcle, Bodenham Farm is an eighteenth century grade II listed farmhouse with barns. The farm is situated in five acres of mostly wooded grounds, forming part of the local conservation area. It is set on the lowers slopes of Marcle Ridge and is set back from the A449 which runs between the historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Ledbury.
The accommodation affords a king size four poster en-suite bedroom, a king size sleigh bed en-suite room and a twin en-suite room. Colour television and tea/coffee facilities in all rooms. There is a large drawing room for the sole use of guests. Ample parking is available within the grounds.
The property was refurbished some 20 years ago but retains many of the original features including heavy oak beams and elm floors.
Situated just 4 miles from the M50 (Junction 4), Bodenham Farm forms a perfect base for exploring the Wye Valley, Herefordshire and the Cotswold's, and is within easy reach of Hereford, Cheltenham and Worcester.
It is an ideal location for walking. There are over 30 kilometers of footpaths and bridleways within the parish. It is within easy driving distance of the Malvern Hills, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean
Tariff Per Night:- Single from £30.00 Double from £50.00
Bodenham Farm Much Marcle Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2NJ
Moor Court is a traditional Herefordshire mixed arable, hop and livestock farm, whose present family have been fortunate enough to have farmed for over 4 generations.
Moor Court Farm enjoy sharing its many virtues with its many bed and breakfast guests and hope that your stay with them will be a memorable one.
The farm is set in its own 500 acres whose rural location will ensure a peaceful stay. Relax in the peaceful setting of the garden or take a stroll through the surrounding Herefordshire countryside with its unspoilt rural views.
Here is a little of what you can look forward to:
Fabulous catering using fine local ingredients and a variety of local wines.
Three very spacious, beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms.
Beautiful gardens in which to enjoy afternoon tea or a drink in the evening.
Guests will enjoy spacious ensuite bedrooms including a four poster room all of which are beautifully furnished.
Downstairs there is a separate dining room and guests lounge. Ideal for family groups to unwind together at the end of an eventful day. Centrally heated throughout to ensure a comfortable stay.
Discover this beautiful 15th century timber framed farmhouse with its spacious gardens where you can look forward to a refreshing cup of tea on arrival with homemade cakes and biscuits or perhaps an evening meal if you arrive late.
Double rooms start at £25 per person based on two people sharing Single £27
Pridewood is set on a working farm in lovely, rolling Herefordshire countryside.
After a long journey or before the days exploration this is the perfect spot to recharge your batteries.
Enjoy the beauty of fields of corn and hops as you approach. Relax in spacious and comfortably furnished rooms with open views over the gardens, lake and countryside.
Perhaps make your highest break on our full-size snooker table. Or catch a big one in our fishing lake
Whatever your plans, you are very welcome at Pridewood - so much more than just a Bed and Breakfast.
Pridewood are happy to be able to provide two very comfortable rooms, a double and a twin. The double has stunning views overlooking the lake and the surrounding countryside. It has an en-suite shower room and the twin has a private shower room.
Children are very welcome and Pridewood can provide a cot, high chair and put-me-up beds to accommodate them.
Enjoy a full English breakfast using local quality produce served at a time to suit you.
Pridewood's spacious grounds include a working hop farm, well-stocked coarse fishing lake with Carp, Roach and Tench, walled garden and beautiful lawns stretching out towards the open countryside beyond. Why not sit out in the Walled garden and enjoy a drink or take a walk around the grounds.
You are very welcome to bring your dogs with prior arrangement.
£30 per person for one night £18 per person for five nights
Pridewood Bed and Breakfast Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2SF
Russet House is a large, comfortable Victorian house situated in the heart of Ledbury
Russet House is a large, comfortable Victorian house situated in the heart of Ledbury, only a short stroll from the centre of town and all its amenities, yet in a very quiet road. Belle Orchard is a turning off 'The Homend', which itself is a continuation of the High Street. The railway station and many bus routes are within easy reach.
Ledbury is an ancient market town full of interest and famous for its black and white architecture. In the wide Homend and High Street, unchanged for hundreds of years and down picturesque lanes, are a variety of small shops selling high quality products of all sorts. Many small shops, historic buildings, pubs, numerous eating places and a supermarket are all within easy walking distance of Russet House.
Peter and Anne Scull, the owners of Russet House - started this Bed and Breakfast business in the summer of 2004. Following inspection, were awarded 4 Diamonds status by the English Tourism Council in November 2004. and are now working hard to maintain this status and aim at continuous improvement.
Russet House have two bedrooms comfortably furnished for bed and breakfast.
Russet House B&B Belle Orchard, Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 1DD
Brook House is a 17th Century Grade II* Listed house set in 2½ acres of magnificent landscape gardens with a mini arboretum, stream, and extensive views of the Malvern Hills.
The garden is featured in the Royal Horticultural Society's Journal as one of the most complete gardens in the West Midlands, and certainly one of the most beautiful.
The house and bedrooms have recently been refurbished to a very high quality. The bedrooms are all en-suite and have an individual style. Each room has a hospitality tray, colour television, hairdryer, shoe cleaning equipment and a Liberty sewing kit.
The elegant dining room overlooks the stream and gardens where a memorable English and Continental breakfast will be served. Special diets can be catered for.
Available for the use of all guests is a pretty morning room with colour television
Smoking is not permitted within the house.
Mary Dowding, Brook House, Birtsmorton, Nr Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6AF
Welcome to Hall End House, a classic Georgian farmhouse,
tastefully restored and modernised for your comfort. Set in
the peaceful surroundings of the beautiful Herefordshire
Hall End is an exquisitely decorated, quintessential Georgian country house set in several acres of gardens and equestrian estate.
Two tastefully decorated double rooms are available in the main house. All bedrooms are en suite, spacious and relaxing and there's a fabulous four poster bed in the double.
The front bedroom is the larger and features a luxurious modern bathroom with double washbasins and separate shower and tub. The bathroom for the equally lovely but slightly smaller four-poster room is equipped with a shower.
Outdoor attractions include: -
Heated outdoor swimming pool (until October 1st) -don't forget your costumes
Hard tennis court- please bring your own tennis shoes
Old English rose garden
By prior arrangement keen riders can bring their horses to enjoy the arena and
cross country course
Twin Bed and Breakfast Room with en suite bathroom - £95 per night
Double Bed and Breakfast Room (Four poster) with en suite bathroom - £90 per night
All prices include full English breakfast
Hall End House, Kynaston, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2PD
The Old Kennels Farm Holiday Cottages situated in the
Malvern Hills area of outstanding natural beauty
If you are searching for holiday accommodation that gives you the time and luxury to relax and enjoy the wonderful scenery of the Three Counties and the magnificent Malvern Hills, Ledbury is the perfect place for your holiday.
The Old Kennels Farm is a small family run farm of 24 acres. We have a Cider apple orchard and every Autumn make cider.
The holiday cottages are conversions of old farm buildings and are all named after old varieties of cider apples.
The farm, with its self catering cottages, is situated on the edge of Ledbury in picturesque Herefordshire. There are many places of historical interest, a variety of public houses and restaurants, a small leisure centre, a swimming pool and a gym. A lovely assortment of small individual shops and two larger supermarkets - one only ½ mile away.
Everything here is within easy walking distance. The mainline Railway Station is only a 5 minute walk away, with trains to Hereford, Worcester and London Paddington
Here at the Old Kennels Farm we have six well equipped and comfortable self-catering cottages, ranging from the tourist board annual inspection of 3-4 Stars.The cottages sleep from 2-6 people and can be booked together to provide ideal accommodation for family gatherings, weddings or prehaps a trip to Cheltenham races. Some cottages accept pets and some remain pet free.
Pets - We do welcome pets by prior arrangement at a charge of £20.00 per a week. All we ask is that you keep control of your pet, consider other guests and bring something for your pet to sleep on.
Tariff per week :- From £260.00 (Please see our website for full details)
The Old Kennels Farm Holiday Cottages, Bromyard Road, Ledbury,Herefordshire, HR8 1LG
The Five Bridges Cottages are a cosy year round holiday base equipped to a very good standard.
Ideally situated for exploring Hereford, Worcester, Ledbury, Malvern, Gloucestershire, the Welsh Borders and many places of historical interest.
Nestled in the heart of the Herefordshire cider apple and hop growing region, the cottages are set within the owners 4-acre gardens and small holding where they breed free range lambs and chickens and grow chemical free vegetables and herbs.
There are the market towns of Ledbury and Bromyard. You can stretch your legs on the Downs at Bromyard, a National Trust woodland, and Lower Brockhampton all offering good walking with unrestricted access.
The cottages are all on the ground floor. Open plan lounge and kitchen with beamed ceilings and ceramic tiled floors, all the cottages have a double bedroom with 5ft bed, with a bed-settee in the lounge in some.
All fuel, power and bed linen (duvet) & towels are included. Well-equipped kitchen including electric hob and oven, microwave, refrigerator, icebox. Colour TV, electric iron & board, hair dryer, shared laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer. Ample parking and shared garden.
The cottages were formed from part of our Grade 11 listed building and have been sympathetically converted into spacious self contained cottages which sleeps 2 to 3 persons.
The Five Bridges Cottages Nr Bishops Frome, Worcester WR6 5BX
The Bee House and The Hive are two adjoining cottages located in the garden of the owner’s 17th century Georgian house, outside the village of Bosbury.
The cottages were originally a bee house before being tastefully converted; rest assured, there are no longer any bees on the property!
The cottages are five miles from the picturesque market town of Ledbury, which is steeped in history.
The Bee House and The Hive Both cottages sleep 2 (+2 on a sofa bed). Accommodation comprises of a downstairs cloakroom, lounge with sofa bed (for +2). A large kitchen is situated off the lounge with dining area for six. Upstairs there's a bedroom with wonderful views over the countryside. The upstairs bathroom has a bath with shower. The Bee House has a king-size bed, and The Hive has a super king bed or twin beds by arrangement. Both cottages have a DVD and video in the lounge and a TV with video facilities in the bedroom. There is also a selection of films for your viewing, along with books and games for a relaxing holiday.
Each cottage is furnished to a high standard allowing for ease, comfort and convenience. Each cottage has a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer and tumble drier and are fully equipped to meet all the possible and varied needs of our guests. A complimentary bottle of wine and our own honey awaits every guest upon arrival. Even though the cottages are adjoining, each cottage has a separate flagstone patio area off the kitchen and the lounge, with garden furniture so you can enjoy the views. Barbeques are available for each cottage. All linen and central heating is included. There is ample parking and we are open all year.
Sorry no pets and no smoking.
Nashend House, Bosbury, Nr Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1JU
Visitors will find the carefully restored Hopton Arms a delightful place to stay
overnight or simply to call in for a drink or meal.
Conveniently located just five miles from Ledbury, and within easy driving distance of Worcester, Hereford, Malvern, Cheltenham and Ross on Wye, this attractive Inn combines authentic Victorian charm with the very best modern facilities, all designed to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.
Home cooked meals featuring local produce and organic vegetables (when available) are offered in the intimate restaurant which overlooks the garden and surrounding countryside. The cosy bar, with its log fire and choice of local ales, is very popular with locals and guests.
The former coach house, behind the Inn, has been tastefully converted into comfortable rooms, each with en-suite shower and toilet, colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. Many rooms offer attractive views of the surrounding countryside.
An interior designer was employed to create some stylish yet individual touches. Coordinating fabrics, thoughtfully selected pictures on walls, and country-style pine furniture all add up to a real "home from home". A quiet outdoor courtyard with floodlit well has been created especially for residents.
Two further twin-bedrooms have recently been added with the needs of disabled guests in mind. Wide doors, ramped access, wheelchair-friendly shower rooms and anti-skid quarry tiles have been included in the tastefully decorated accommodation.
Please note that all our rooms and chalets are strictly non-smoking.
The Hopton Arms Ashperton Nr Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 2SE