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Bromyard, Herefordshire

Review of Bromyard by John on August 23rd, 2007
Good town. Old fashioned market town in the quiet and beautiful county of Herefordshire. Very local shops run by the owners, easy to ring church bells, good food at the Falcon, good walking country. Just an envigorating place to be.

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Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire

Review of Hay-on-Wye by Peter Harries on May 31st, 2007
Resident of the town and although what I am about to say is negative I would like to stress that it is a beautiful area with genuine friendly people so is well worth a visit. Its downside, at time of writing, is finding good and fairly priced eating establishments. At present in the good food category and at a fair price there is only the Old Black Lion. Other establishments are either marking time and sadly in one case, the Kiverts has suffered rapid decline. Comments from customers in my business have included "Like fawlty towers" and "the worst meal I've ever eaten. With the honorary exception of the Old Black Lion visitors who want a good meal should head out to the Stag at Titley,(30 Mins drive) an establishment with a great track record and fair prices for the consistent quality of meals they produce

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Leominster, Herefordshire

Review of Leominster by Stuart Montgomery on April 12th, 2006
The Royal Oak Hotel in South Street is simply the best hotel I have ever stayed in. With its old fashioned charm and beautiful features it offers he perfect stay for anyone touring the area. The new management and staff (2006) seem prepared to go out of their way to please everyone and they deserve a medal for the warmth and generosity of spirit they give so freely. Great cuisine and unbelievable prices.

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Lugwardine, Herefordshire

Review of Lugwardine by Mrs. F. Gittos on October 31st, 2007
Lovely pub but difficult to find - perhaps the local council will not allow a sign indicating the lane up which to take to find the Crown and Anchor? Disappointing meal - tables crammed together. Fish ordered was NOT fresh. Service - we were shown the puds.menu but nobody came to take our order.

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Peterchurch, Herefordshire

Review of Peterchurch by mr. p goulding on February 24th, 2009
one of the best parks we have been to. very good for dogs fab walks.very clean site aii around, well done to all.will come back .

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Symonds Yat, Herefordshire

Review of Symonds Yat by chris Lathan on January 14th, 2011
Actually Symonds Yat East and West are in herefordshire, but Symonds Yat the village by Symonds Yat Rock on the top of the ridge above the river is in Gloucestershire. Great place to visit and excellent accommodation in Hillersland just along from Symonds Yat Rock

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Wellington, Herefordshire

Review of Wellington by Donald Saunders on August 23rd, 2006
If only all pubs could be like this! Great beers (5 on handpump when I visited, and they'd just had an annual beer festival featuring 15 real ales!), as well as excellent food - unpretentious and great value, given the quality on offer. Quite rightly Herefordshire Pub of the Year 2006, amongst a clutch of other awards I saw hanging on the walls!

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Weobley, Herefordshire

Review of Weobley by Mr R Thomas on October 26th, 2008
I have been living here 3 yrs now and i find this a charming Village to live in ,The villagers here have made me and my Wife really welcome. Come and see this beautiful Black and White Village and enjoy our hospitality , you won't be dissapointed.

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Whitney-on-Wye, Herefordshire

Review of Whitney-on-Wye by angela dunphy on June 30th, 2009
When i was young i lived in the gamekeepers cottage then called (nursery cottage) it was on the estate. Captain Hope owned Whitney Court at that time and my father was one of his gamekeepers. one of the nicest places i remember is the walk home from school up the hill and past Whitney Court,and along a beautifull tree and Rhodedendron lined avenue. There was a gate at the bottom of a hill down the avenue and our house was up the hill surrounded by woodland. One day we celebrated Mothers day, I hadn't got any flowers for my mum so I helped myself to some from grassland nearby. I later learnt that Captain Hope had been ammused to see me helping myself to flowers in the grounds of his home! I had a lovely childhood living in Whitney on wye but it was brought short by my parents splitting up. I have lived in the city of York since then, but i will never forget the village its school, and the local rail station, which was used by my mother to travel to Hay on Wye for shopping. There was no Catholic church in Whitney and I used to go with Edith Stanton (from the toll bridge) in a car to Hay on Wye for my religeous education with a lady called Mrs Biddle. I wonder if Nursery cottage is still in exsistence,and if so does the local gamekeeper still live there?

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Winforton, Herefordshire

Review of Winforton by John HOLMES on April 22nd, 2009
This is one of the most welcoming and friendly pub restaurants I have found anywhere in the UK. It is neat and tidy yet homely, with friendly and knowledgable staff who make you feel at home as soon as you walk in. The food is really excellent, the portions more than ample (try the rib-eye steak)and the attention to detail commendable. One visit will not be enough for anyone who values the tradition warm welcome of a country inn, well done.

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