Holme Lacy House (half Board)

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Holme Lacy House (half Board), Hereford

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If you are looking to get away our Grade I listed Georgian manor house is just the place. Much of the house has original plaster ceilings and furniture many dating back to 1674. If you prefer exploring the great outdoors find a peaceful corner in our breathtaking grounds or beside the fishing lake and you may even spot an elephant hedge or two.

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