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East Friars, 33 Greyfriars Avenue,, Hereford, HR4 0BE, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 102 reviews)
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Babysitting/Child Services, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
4:30 PM - 10:00 PM
6:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged GBP 20 per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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This 16th-century inn is in the beautiful Wye Valley, in the cider orchards between Hereford and Hay-on-Wye. It has free on-site parking, free Wi-Fi, a traditional bar and a modern restaurant.
Score from 273 reviews Excellent
Loved the caravan. So pet friendly rwaly enjoyed my stay made to feel at home. Breakfast was lovely with home made bread what a treat. Will definitely be back and recommend to my friends.
Breakfast and friendliness. Small heater in freezing van and old and worn. Not value for money at all.
Not value for money. Worn cold van with small heater.
They make u really feel welcome and we choose the retro caravan what is lovely and cosy. The moments when u need to use the house they make u really comfortable. The breakfast was soberb!!Cooked but nothing Is fried..Poched eggs ,grill bacon and sausage..a selection of cereal and jam..and all this in a lovely conservatory with a river view...all sort of books around what is the family mark culture and knowledge.
East Friars is a wonderful home away from home.We were greeted so very warmly on our arrival by Roger & the gorgeous Bea (the dog).Our room was fabulous(we had the large family room overlooking the river) with en suite bathroom.I loved the fresh smelling linen on the beds & the books & games.The lovely Polly cooked our delicious breakfast in the morning & we sat in the conservatory looking out over the river. We stayed for two nights & were made to feel so very welcome,it was more like staying with old friends than in a b&b.Nothing was too much trouble.I especially loved Roger coming to greet us on our return from a night out,saying how lovely it was to see us home!! This b&b is very homely,full of art,books,kids & one very adorable dog!! We will definitely be returning,can't wait !!!
Matchless homemade/locally sourced breakfasts; a helpful approach to unusual requests; Polly and Roger went the extra mile. Comfy duvets made a warm sleeping nest in the caravan, despite brisk autumn weather.
The (slight) inconvenience of bathroom facilities separate to caravan accommodation.
Most of all the hosts Roger and Polly. Immediately made us feel at ease and nothing was too much trouble to them. If you are on a budget like quirkiness but still like a good feed you'll love it. We stayed in the caravan and it was great!!
Nothing negative whatsoever.
staff very good
This won't suit everyone but I loved it - very quirky and friendly. Excellent breakfast. Very good location near to the town centre.
Had to walk through the garden and up the stairs to access the bathroom which is shared with others, but weather was good so not too inconvenient.
The family.The family were so at ease with their guests, the welcome was genuine and they were eager to assist in any way at all. It was like being at home.The time choosen for breakfast was honoured. The breakfast was served promptly and hot even ensuring my companion's Gluten Free diet was accommodated. We both love bets and the dog was so friendly. We met other guests at breakfast and they appeared at ease also. The facilities were clean and tidy and ample for our needs.
Having to walk across the garden to use the facilities was ok for us and the time of year I am not sure I would be as comfortable with it in the winter period but maybe the family do not let that facility all year round.
The initial impression was a garden full of rubbish and building materials. Inside the property was untidy with possessions piled everywhere, trailing power cables and hazardous stairs. One of our bathrooms was not clean. The food preparation area was dirty and untidy.
only one bathroom/toilet for at least 10 people
East Friars was the perfect start to my holiday. The family was so welcoming with a house full of interesting things to talk about and sitting in the garden by the river each evening was lovely. Don't stay in this house if you are a neat freak. It's fabulously full of the families lovely interesting belongings.
I stayed in a caravan in the garden and the toilet was in the house. I understand there are plans to create an outside toilet in the future. This would not stop me from visiting again.
Smiling welcome; informal atmosphere; breakfast superb; spacious rooms; comfortable clean beds; just the ticket!
Not being able to stay longet
The food, the owners, the very comfortable, relaxed and homely atmosphere - would definitely stay there again!
The hosts (husband and wife) are charming and natural. One is immediately at ease and feeling very welcome. We don't like very formal rules and regs being stuffed down our throats by receptionists so it was lovely. On our request, we had a vegetarian cooked breakfast (v.good home made, not L. McC) in pleasant surroundings in the good company of two other interesting guests. Felt comfortable to come and go as it suited us in a congenial family atmosphere.
Can't think of anything I didn't like actually. Will go again.
The location was super, on the banks of the river wye,what more could you ask for, stunning views while eating breakfast.
To be honest,nothing as it filled my needs to a tee !!!
The owners and their family were very friendly and welcoming; really nice people. When we arrived we were met by one of the sons and a delightful dog! He gave us a recommendation of where to eat which was helpful. Lovely location by the river and only a few minutes walk to the town centre. The breakfast was very nice (cereal followed by cooked breakfast; egg bacon sausage and tomatoes all locally sourced I believe and as much toast as we wanted, baked by the owner) refills of tea/coffee also provided. There was also vegetarian option. There was a coffee machine in the lounge area for our use during the day and in the room was a kettle and tea. The house had an array of paintings displayed and loads of books. This made it all very interesting. I would stay here again and recommend to others.
We had the twin room (which also had a double bed). I took the bed nearest the en suite which I found to be extremely uncomfortable and squeaked every time I moved. However my friend had no problem with her bed. I'm probably nit-picking but it would have been useful to have had a mirror in the bedroom. I also noticed the sink must've been partly blocked as the water took ages to drain away.
Location, quiet and relaxing. Superb home cooked breakfast.
Narrow gate for car entrance
Lovely welcome, felt immediately part of the family, good breakfast, met some interesting people, easy to walk into town and the river was wonderful. Polly and Roger were most kind and friendly. Great dog too.
Road was a bit noisy for us and we are more used to hotels and anonymity
Owners were very welcoming. The house was charming and in a perfect location. Breakfast was outstanding. I even enjoyed sleeping in the caravan. Best value Guest House ever for the laid back traveller. Like a weekend with old friends.
Great welcome and very accommadating. Lovely view over river Wye. Delicious breakfast.
East Friars is a unique and very relaxed b&b, we absolutely loved staying there! Polly and Roger are very friendly and accommodating hosts. The house is beautiful and the breakfasts are delicious- there's even an adorable pup to play with! We would recommend East Friars to anyone wanting to avoid the stuffy atmosphere of a traditional b&b.
Friendly, unpretentious and welcoming. Felt like we were the house guests of the owners and their children and pets, rather than paying guests. Great if you like art, loads of books to read, a real old-fashioned big house with views over the river. We walked to the town centre via the subway and found it very convenient for the cathedral and shops. Breakfast is full of good quality ingredients, well cooked. Loved the pet doves too!
Would have liked to chose my breakfast items.
nothing was to much trouble and the location was beautiful roger and polly were brilliant hosts really friendly and a relaxed family atmosphere i would really recommend east friars for your stay we are planning a return trip in april yours kevin and alan who recently stayed 5 days.
Staying at East Friars (in the caravans or tent) is less 'b&b' and more 'glamping with a favourite uncle or cousin'. It's a well lived-in family house crammed with art and interest. 5 minutes walk from Hereford cathedral close, the garden is secluded with a terrace next to the river Wye offering as much tranquility as is possible when only just outside the inner ring road. Breakfast overlooking the Wye is a real treat: the finest ingredients, excellently cooked. And nothing is too much trouble for the hosts. So long as you can cope with the downsides, its a gem at a budget price.
The only drawbacks are the obverse of the attractions. Come prepared for a trek across the lawn and possible queue for the bathroom.
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