Herefordshire - Historic Buildings

See also stately homes (historic houses) in Herefordshire.







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British History Quiz

Sir Winston Churchill was born at what stately home?



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This Day in British History

23 January, 1045

Edward the Confessor marries Edith, daughter of Earl Godwin of Wessex

Edith was the sister of Harold, who would be defeated at the Battle of Hastings

Monarch Mayhem

The first 'Windsor' king



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Ross-on-Wye (Self catering)
Yew Tree Barn, Ross-on-Wye

Yew Tree Barn

The 17th century Yew Tree Barn was tastefully converted in 2013. It is set in a courtyard with the owners farmhouse on a working dairy farm and is elegantly furnished …
Sleeps 6

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Abbey Dore (Self catering)
Bushmills, Abbey Dore

Bushmills

This detached cottage is located near to the village of Abbey Dore in Herefordshire and can sleep nine people in four bedrooms.
Sleeps 9

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Bromyard (Hotel)
The Falcon Hotel

The Falcon Hotel

A stylish, comfortable 10 bedroom hotel in a dramatic Tudor building set in the centre of the ancient and rural market town of Bromyard. Fine dine in the beautiful restaurant, relax in the comfortable lounge. Also there is a classic 18th century ballroom, oak panelled private room and separate Mews … more >>

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Hereford (Hotel)
Holme Lacy House (half Board)

Holme Lacy House (half Board)

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 … more >>

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