Hereford Guest Houses

Hereford is a Cathedral city, a civil Parish and a county town of Herefordshire found on the banks of the River Wye about 16 miles west of the border of Wales and 21 miles south west of Worcester. Hereford Guest Houses offer guests a vast selection of choice from quaint homily affairs to grand country homes to traditional Historic homes found in the city centre. The Cathedral dates back to 1079 and contains a map of the world dating from the 13th century which was restored in the 20th century which also contains the world famous Chained Library. It is known today as a trading centre for a wider agricultural and rural area and produce from Hereford includes: cider, beer, leather goods, nickel alloys, poultry, chemical and cattle including the famous Hereford breed.

Hereford used to be home for the British Special Air Service although recently it has moved to nearby Credenhill in the late 1990's. Its' most famous daughter is Nell Gwynne actress and mistress of King Charles ll born in 1650, Gwynn Street is named after her, it is also the birthplace of David Garrick another famous actor. The town famously has the oldest inhabited building the Bishops Palace built in 1204 and continually used to the present day.

Hereford is the county town of Herefordshire which is a beautiful English county described through green rolling fields, low hedgerows and orchards. The county is crossed with tranquil rivers, remote valleys and bustling and unique market Towns, it is famous for is cattle, sheep, cider, hops and vineyards. It is against this many layered backdrop that visitors are provided with a vast range of Hereford Guest Houses and given the towns lengthy history the guest houses are described through a range of architectural styles providing a selection of ambiences.

Found in the city centre are renovated Inns and former Victorian Homes and offer welcoming entrances where proud owners provide an overview of the area and the facilities of the Guest House. These central guest houses are suitable for business guests as they offer easy access to business hubs and communication links and families may enjoy these locations as the city offers easy investigation on foot. Accommodations are individually described and connecting rooms may be provided for families with younger members equipped with cribs and high chairs, executives are provided with dedicated work stations companioned with internet access, direct dial phone and fax machine.

On the edge of the town and providing country aspects are grand country Houses these may be the choice of the visiting elite or the business guest wanting to create a good impression. Honey moon couples often opt for these guest houses as dedicated accommodations are irresistible. These Grand Hereford Guest Houses are set amongst many acres of landscaped grounds offering gateways to country pursuits such as walking, hiking, horse riding and fishing. Long avenued driveways lead to imposing entrances home to antique furniture, oil portraits; well draped windows frame panoramic views.

Check in is seamless and a catalogue of Hereford Guest Houses accommodation options is offered from the Honeymoon suite to Presidential suites and executive suites each room individually designed through a series of patterned wallpapers, thick carpeting and heavy drapes. Glamorous bathrooms welcome with luxurious fittings and deluxe toiletries.

Boutique restaurants house signature menus crafted from seasonal produce and are companioned with vintage wines. Drawing rooms decorated in comfortable leather furniture, occasional tables and ambient lamps offer relaxation and honesty bars, the city guest houses may offer traditional bars with open logs fires and local ales. Hereford Guest Houses are guaranteed to make your time spent in this delightful corner of England memorable with new friends made and promises of returns.