3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Sleeps six people.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Historic house in centre of Hereford
Great historic house moments from Hereford Cathedral in the centre of the city, overlooking the beautiful River Wye and parkland on the other side. Lovely Riverside garden to watch the wildlife and canoes go by. Comfy four-poster bed and Victorian roll top Bath.
This is a wonderful historic property full of charm and character, very comfortable and quiet, with fantastic garden overlooking the river. It’s location is unbeatable - very close to the Cathedral, historic centre, shops and restaurants. Phil is a wonderful and attentive host.
An ideal historic location
The location was superb with the Cathedral and City Centre being within easy walking distance. Everything necessary was provided for the accommodation - and the historic details were fascinating - continuously occupied for almost the whole of the past 700 years. A lovely garden with excellent facilities (barbecue and picnic table if required) adjacent to the river Wye..
Excellent break in an excellent property.
Lovely property, everything you could wish for with added history! Great location, rooms large and comfortable with a very homely atmosphere.
Lovely place to stay
Lovely house. Great location. Will definitely be staying there again.
THhis place is brilliant.
This property is in a great location. It has all the warmth of a modern property whilst maintaining it’s history. The whole family enjoyed our stay in Hereford and this building.
Hereford is situated in the Welsh Marches on the banks of the River Wye. Surrounded by tranquil parkland, it has riverside gardens and is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, theatre, cinema, Hereford Cathedral and the world famous Mappa Mundi Exhibition. The house also also provides easy access to beautiful countryside, Welsh castles, Cardiff, Bath and Hay-on-Wye. Visit the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons national Parks, tour black and white villages for antiques and tea and cake, or drive along the beautiful Wye Valley to Tintern Abbey and the Devil's Pulpit.