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Holme Lacy House Hotel
Holme Lacy
Hereford
Herefordshire

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The Holme Lacy House Hotel is an elegant Georgian Grade I listed house. You can wander around the delightful tiered landscaped gardens into the parklands, which nestle in the Wye Valley. Luxury 3 or 4 night short breaks Just for Adults inclusive of dinner, bed & breakfast and nightly entertainment are available at this hotel. The Ambassador Room is the standard type of accommodation at Holme Lacy House Hotel, and is included in the basic price of the break. Many of the bedrooms are newly built and are linked to the main house. Holme Lacy House Hotel offers smoking and non smoking rooms.

After dinner enjoy the excellent entertainment provided by our resident band in the specially built cabaret venue. You will be able to listen to everything from jazz, rock, soul, and popular music to comedy. In addition to the in-house entertainment we also have our special entertainment breaks, which feature famous names from the world of music and comedy.

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