- "Travelling by train and on foot for our trip away. It was always good to get a B&B within a close walk of the station, that way we could offload our luggage and explore the area. We'd come to see the Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral and also to see what the town had to offer in general. The Merton Hotel had wonderful friendly and helpful staff and the bar in the evenings had a great atmosphere. Our room was lovely and clean and everything worked so no complaints."
- "This is a lovely pub, offering great accommodation, with lots of history and character attached to it. I stayed here with my husband on a recent visit to Hereford. Our room was very spacious, with a comfortable bed and lots of tea and coffee provided. A nice hot buffet was served in the morning and a great service from the staff."
- "Castle House has got to be the place you come and stay at if visiting Hereford. It may be above your average rate bed and breakfast, but then so too is the experience and attention to detail with which it provides. The breakfast was just superb with all manner of options to suite your tastes. The cathedral is only a short walk away and houses the fantastic Mappa Mundi."
- "East Friars was even better the 2nd time around. Quirky and different from most bed and breakfasts you'll have stayed in, but friendly, welcoming and very hospitable. Our room was a light airy delight and breakfast over looking the River Wye couldn't have been better. Hereford Cathedral was a short walk into town and Malvern made for a good day out, especially watching people fill there water bottles from the spring around the back of the hills."
- "My wife and I were cycling in the area and stopped here for a few days. Our rooms were exceptionally clean and a very good size with toiletries and tea and coffee. The location was close to the city centre and football grounds. A lovely buffet breakfast was served in the morning with the option of having additional items freshly made."
- "We were not disappointed with our stay at SouthBank House. This lovely B&B in a Victorian Villa was worth every penny, not that it was a great expense, it just delivered on all fronts. Cost, welcoming, a good breakfast and a good nights sleep - couldn't really have asked for more. Hereford Station was only a short walk away and the Cathedral about twice the distance, so no need for a car if wanting to explore Hereford. The Wye valley was great for walking in the outdoors and the Cider Museum a good way to spend a free afternoon."
- "A wonderful B&B experience from start to finish is available at Sommerville House if you are looking for somewhere to stay near Hereford. I have been myself on a number of occasions, having relatives a few miles down the road, but this time i booked into a lovely room with king-size bed. So can safely say that the rooms are wonderful, comfortable and all have great bedding and either good shower or bath. Breakfast is a good choice of fruit, cereal or my favourite the cooked breakfast. Hereford town centre is an easy walk away, so great for an evening meal/drink and for the more adventurous walkers Brecon Beacons is under an hour away."
- "If you do stay at the Three Counties Hotel and it's not raining, then leave your car behind and take a walk into Hereford. Come out onto the main road and take your 1st left and head down Blackmarston for the quicker route or the Golden post if fancy a nose at the riverside homes. We had a lovely garden room away from the main section of the hotel, so could sneak out for a ciggie. The on site bar was a pretty relaxed and friendly place to spend one of our evenings."
- "We stayed here for a few nights as we were visiting some family nearby. It’s a nice location with the town centre just 10 minutes away and there’s a large car park. The onsite Beefeater served great breakfast. The room was clean and comfortable and the staff were great - very attentive and friendly."
Situated on the River Wye, Hereford is located just a few miles from the Welsh border, with the counties of Worcester and Gloucester as neighbours. It has a rich history filled with ancient battles, defeats and triumphs.
The Cider Museum and King Offa Distillery, a mere 10 minute walk from the town centre, is worthy of a family visit. A calendar of events runs throughout the year, including cider making festivals, Morris dancing and other activities related to the heritage of this industry.
Hereford Cathedral, a site of worship for over 1,200 years, is home to the unique Mappa Mundi. This medieval map is a national treasure and contains detailed historical drawings. The cathedral is redolent with Normandy architecture and together with the 21st century New Library building, it provides a place for quiet reflection.
For light-hearted entertainment, the Courtyard provides exhibition space for artists and is a delightful venue for comedy acts and orchestral groups.
Sporting facilities and clubs include the Lady Hawkins Community Leisure Centre, Hereford Whitecross premier rackets, Herefords Mavericks Basketball and Hereford Rowing Club. The latter offers water sports enthusiasts a straight mile of racing water and six miles of training water on the beautiful River Wye.
Herefordshire's rich soil and amenable climate support the production of a variety of produce, such as beef, cider and beer. Major investment projects have come to fruition in the form of the Hereford County Hospital and Herefordshire College of Technology. An exciting, long-term regeneration project for the canal basin area is now underway and promises to bring many more retail and leisure facilities to the area.
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