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Set in Dilwyn, 29 mi from Ross on Wye, Burton Court offers a bar and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. A dream come true with 4 poster bed and huge Regency period room. Hosts were so welcoming I felt a part of the family. What a lovely place to stay with awesome history. Lovey countryside and very quiet peaceful estate. Can't recommend highly enough.
Located in Dilwyn in the Herefordshire region, Peel Cottage, Dilwyn features a patio and garden views. Delightful cottage and super location. Everything comfortable. Pretty surroundings. Well equipped. Lovely organised folder of things to see and do. Owners concerned that everything was prepared for our visit.
Located in Leominster, Yew Tree Cottage offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. The location was extremely rural, peaceful and charming. The owner offered a very personal, friendly service and made us feel extremely welcome. Breakfast was fresh free range local eggs and bacon with the usual additions. Altogether a place for a most relaxing break.
Located in Hereford, 15 mi from Hereford Cathedral, The Cross Inn provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a terrace. Beautiful room at a lovely cosy friendly pub. Wonderful touches such as fresh milk and fresh ground coffee in the room as well as complimentary toiletries, dressing gown and slippers. The bed was super comfortable too! I was sad that I was only staying for one night as would loved to have stayed longer.
More of a hamlet than a village. A cluster of pretty black and white and stone cottages and the Crown Inn all overlooking the central little green. Picture postcard perfect. The only thing missing was a duck pond. Peaceful, friendly, rural and safe but within short drive of Ledbury, Ludlow, Hay on Wye, Hereford and lovely countryside.
At Burton Court there wasn't an evening meal but we walked down to the nearest village of Eardisland, a pretty little village about a mile down a quiet country lane. The next evening we drove into Pembridge, an attractive black and white village with several eating places.
Very pretty village on the Black and White Trail. Local pub the Crown the hub of the community. Everybody very friendly. Well situated village for getting to Leominster, Ludlow, Hereford and Ross on Wye and Hay on Wye.
Lovely village, the grounds were in beautiful autumn colour. The pub is owned by the villagers and we had an excellent meal with really helpful staff. Lots of places within easy reach. We walked in the nearby village of Weobley, Credenhill Park Wood and Queenswood where the Acer trees were stunning. Lots of other things we could have done but ran out of time and energy.
The Forge tea shop and garden was friendly Village pub The Crown has re-opened Beautifully kept village Lack of public transport to Hay on Wye Trevaskis Farm shop and animals is wonderful Cider barn for dinner was very enjoyable and friendly. Great food. Great wine. Little cafe making cheese on way into Dilwyn was cute and worth stopping at The village of Hay is quintessentially English and like stepping back in time