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Alberta House
3 Stars  
(20 Rooms)

5-13 Newtown Road, Hereford (Map)

This guest house offers peaceful accommodation, 10 minutes' walk from Hereford city centre and train/coach stations. All rooms at Alberta House are en suite, non-smoking and offer hospitality trays. All are situated over 4 blocks to ensure a quiet,  more...

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The Green Dragon
0 Stars  
(83 Rooms)

Broad Street, Hereford (Map)

Near Hereford Cathedral, this historical coaching inn dates back to the 16th century. Set in the city centre, The Green Dragon offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Green Dragon has a cocktail bar and Garrick Lounge offers drinks, snacks and after  more...

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The Merton Hotel
0 Stars  
(14 Rooms)

28 Commercial Road, Hereford (Map)

The Merton Hotel is in the centre of Hereford, a 5-minute walk from Hereford Train Station. The Merton offers rooms with TVs and a restaurant serving international and traditional food. The rooms at the family-run Merton feature bathrooms with haird  more...

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+44 1981 540742

+44 1981 540620

Pilgrim Hotel
3 Stars  
(20 Rooms)

Ross Road, Much Birch, Hereford (Map)

The hotel is non-smoking throughout. Please ask on arrival for rooms with wifi.  more...

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+44 1432 299955

+44 1432 275114

Three Counties Hotel
3 Stars  
(60 Rooms)

Belmont Road, Hereford (Map)

Standing in 3.3 acres of landscape gardens just 1 mile from the historic Cathedral City of Hereford. the hotel provides a beautiful and peaceful haven for rest, relaxation and business. Yet step outside and you'll find that the hotel is convenientl  more...

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Brockington Hall
4 Stars  
(11 Rooms)

Bodenham, Hereford (Map)

Brockington Hall is a luxurious building surrounded by acres of grounds. It has a bar and a golf course, as well as free Wi-Fi and free parking. Decorated in calming tones, all bedrooms have an en suite bathroom and bathroom amenities. Many have vie  more...

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Munstone House Guest House
4 Stars  
(6 Rooms)

Munstone, Hereford (Map)

This Victorian house is set in over 2 acres of landscaped grounds. With views of Hereford and the hills beyond, it offers luxurious, individually decorated rooms. All of the beautifully furnished rooms are decorated with period furniture and feature  more...

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Belmont Lodge Hotel
3 Stars  
(30 Rooms)

Belmont House, Belmont, Hereford (Map)

The Belmont Lodge offers luxurious accommodation 3 miles from Hereford. It has an 18-hole golf course and river fishing on site, as well as free Wi-Fi and free parking. All rooms at the Belmont Lodge Hotel have views of the golf course and an en sui  more...

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Brandon Lodge
4 Stars  
(10 Rooms)

Ross Road, Hereford (Map)

Brandon Lodge is a professionally converted 19th-century building within the city boundaries, 1 mile from the centre, 2 miles from the train station and within walking distance of a frequent bus route. Only a short drive from Herefordshire’s finest  more...

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The Pandy Inn B&B
0 Stars  
(5 Rooms)

Dorstone, Hereford (Map)

Pandy Inn is a 12th-century pub offering luxury accommodation in a separate eco-friendly timber house. Nestled in the Herefordshire countryside, large rooms have patios with views over the Golden Valley. Accommodation is in the modern Zakopane House  more...

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The Burnett Cottages
4 Stars  
(3 Rooms)

Orcop Hill, Hereford (Map)

The Burnett Cottages are traditionally furnished, converted barns set within the tranquil Herefordshire countryside. Each cottage offers an open-plan living/dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. Each cottage features period touches such as oak b  more...

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Premier Inn Hereford
3 Stars  
(81 Rooms)

Holmer Road, Holmer, Hereford (Map)

Perfectly located, Premier Inn Hereford is close to Hereford Leisure Park and Hereford Race Course, with good access to Hereford Train Station. Hereford city centre is 2.4 km away. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adult  more...

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Somerville House
5 Stars  
(12 Rooms)

Bodenham Road, Hereford (Map)

This Victorian villa, dating from 1895, rests in a peaceful, tree lined residential area within the picturesque Hereford countryside. Here, you will find boutique style bed and breakfast accommodation that offers a blend of luxury and comfort. Tuc  more...

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Aylestone Court Hotel
0 Stars  
(8 Rooms)

2 Aylestone Hill, Hereford (Map)

Aylestone Court Hotel and Restaurant is a restored Georgian town house just 10 minutes’ walk from Hereford city centre. It offers rooms with satellite TV and an á la carte restaurant. All of the stylish rooms at Aylestone Court feature contemporary  more...

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Castle House Hotel
3 Stars  
(24 Rooms)

Castle House Hotel, Castle Street, Hereford (Map)

Between the beautiful Malvern Hills and the Welsh border, Castle House is situated in Hereford, 2 minutes’ walk from the cathedral. There is free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking on site. The elegant Georgian building has a terraced garden leading  more...

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Hereford:

Hereford Listeni/ˈhɛrɨfərd/ is a cathedral city, civil parish and county town of Herefordshire, England. It lies on the River Wye, approximately 16 miles (26 km) east of the border with Wales, 24 miles (39 km) southwest of Worcester, and 23 miles (37 km) northwest of Gloucester. With a population of 55,800 people,[2] it is the largest settlement in the county. The name "Hereford" is said to come from the Anglo Saxon "here", an army or formation of soldiers, and the "ford", a place for crossing a river. If this is the origin it suggests that Hereford was a place where a body of armed men forded or crossed the Wye. The Welsh name for Hereford is Henffordd, meaning "old road", and probably refers to the Roman Road and Roman settlement at nearby Stretton Sugwas. An early town charter from 1189 granted by Richard I of England describes it as "Hereford in Wales". Hereford has been recognised as a city since time immemorial, with the status being reconfirmed as recently as October 2000. It is now known chiefly as a trading centre for a wider agricultural and rural area. Products from Hereford include: cider, beer, leather goods, nickel alloys, poultry, chemicals, and cattle, including the famous Hereford breed.

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