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Herefordshire Hotels

Herefordshire is one of Britain's most scenic counties, incorporating some of its best-known landscapes. Its eastern border comprises the Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that's shared with neighbouring Worcestershire. To the west are the Black Mountains, its natural frontier with Wales, while the Shropshire borderlands and the Cotswolds bound the northern and southern fringes, respectively.

Great Value Hotels in Herefordshire

The Falcon Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

4 Broad Street, Bromyard

rooms from £55.00 View Prices
Three Counties Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

Belmont Road, Hereford

rooms from £71.00 View Prices
Royal Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

Palace Pound, Ross on Wye

rooms from £57.50 View Prices
The Chase Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

rooms from £79.00 View Prices
Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

Wilton Lane, Ross on Wye

rooms from £110.00 View Prices

Things to See and Do When You Stay

Bisecting the area is the River Wye, the UK's sixth-longest river. Its breathtaking eponymous valley was the effective birthplace of British tourism, thanks largely to the ardent writings of Rev. William Gilpin in the 1700s. Since then the region has been considered great walking territory.

A Walkers Wonderland

There are over 2,000 miles of designated footpaths, including parts of three of the Midlands' finest routes: the Wye Valley Walk, the Mortimer Trail and Offa's Dyke Path. The county's own walk, the Herefordshire Trail, is completely within its borders and links its five market towns (Leominster, Bromyard, Redbury, Ross-on-Wye and Kington) in a circular track measuring 154 miles. There are even Summer and Winter walking festivals that incorporate all of the above and others.

Hereford, with a population of 50,000, is the largest town. It, along with its market town neighbours, is characterised by classic black-and-white timber-framed houses. Many of these are Jacobean creations. Make sure you stop off at one of the innumerable rustic pubs and sample the locally-made cider and famous Herefordshire beef.

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