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Castle House Hotel Castle House is a Grade II listed Georgian villa - once two townhouses - that has a commanding position at the top of Castle Street, with elegant, balconied architecture. The hotel sits beside what remains of the old Hereford castle moat, now just a reminder of Hereford's once strategic importance. Hereford Castle was important in the 12th and 13th century but once the Edwardian conquest of Wales took place between 1272 and 1284, it lost its importance and fell into ruin.

After the Civil War in the 17th century, the castle was demolished completely and the area landscaped for use by local people. The Castle Green, behind the hotel, now forms the heart of the city, and the old castle moat is overlooked by our garden. In the early 18th century, a local entrepreneur built a pair of fine Georgian villas in what was then the middle of the road facing along Castle Street.

The rear of the building was added in the second half of the 19th century when the then-owner Frederick Boulton (you can see an F and B interwined in a blocked up window from the garden) obtained permission to join the two houses together.

read more › We are pleased to confirm that we are welcoming guests back to Castle House for Bed & Breakfast. Please email us [email protected] if you have a question or query about a booking for 2021. At Castle House, you'll find the finest boutique hotel rooms in Hereford, and what sets them apart is their individuality. All 24 rooms and suites have an unique style, each one is individually named after local castles or historical figures. They all have those little touches which will make your stay memorable such as a decanter of Sherry, a lovely basket of Herefordshire treats, coffee and tea-making facility with fresh milk in the room's fridge and L'Occitane's essential oils product in the bathrooms.

read more › Our five Castle Suites are very special and the most spacious in the Main House, have separate shower and bath in most cases, a seating area and super king sized bed. Our Cavalier Suite is specially adapted for people with mobility difficulties and has a ramped entrance, walk in shower, wide doors, and French doors to the garden with private terrace area. Each room has a guest refreshment box with a kettle, a selection of teas and real coffee, and a small fridge with fresh milk. Short Room Service Menu available during service times and sandwiches are available at any time.

read more › Our Townhouse, Number 25 is less than a minute's walk from the main hotel. It has spacious suites with views over a pretty garden, super king-sized beds (which can be converted to twin beds) and good sized bathrooms with separate shower or over bath shower. There is a seating area, and both The Goodrich Suite and Pembridge Suite have access to the garden. Our penthouse family room, The Kinnersley Suite, is at the top of the house and has a comfortable pull-out sofa bed. Number 25 is ideal for guests wanting a bit more privacy and independence, who might be staying with us for an extended period for business, or for families wanting accommodation close to each other.

read more › Our six Main House Junior Suites are very spacious with a seating area, large double beds (some of which can be converted to twin beds) and over-bath showers. Our Jane Lane Suite includes a pull-out sofa bed suitable for one adult or two children. Each room has the facility for you to make tea or coffee, and a small fridge with fresh milk. Short Room Service Menu available during service times and sandwiches are available at any time.

read more › Our two Junior Suites in Number 25 overlook the garden, have a king-sized bed and seating area, a discreet sink unit and spacious bathroom with over-bath shower. Each room has the facility for you to make tea or coffee, a tempting selection of local Herefordshire produce, a small fridge with fresh milk and a short room service menu featuring cold snacks and drinks.

read more › Overlooking Castle Street, our charming, compact Standard Double Rooms have all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay including bath with overhead shower, 4ft 6 or 5ft bed, small desk, and hanging space. Each room has the facility for you to make tea or coffee, a tempting selection of local Herefordshire produce, and a small fridge with fresh milk.

read more › Our Tasting Menu experience begins with a cocktail and an assortment of culinary canaps before the tasting of five, delicious dishes, all created by our Head Chef, Gabor Katona. Each dish has been carefully and lovingly constructed using fresh and mostly seasonal ingredients, some grown in our farm's kitchen garden. The Wine Flight is an optional extra and each wine has been chosen to enhance the flavours within each dish, so to perfectly accompany your meal.

read more › Everyone these days is concerned about food miles and where their food comes from, but at Castle House that doesn't worry us at all. That's because the vegetables, fruit, herbs and salad leaves for our restaurant menus has been grown, whenever possible, in the extensive kitchen garden on our nearby Ballingham Hall farm, where we also rear pedigree Herefords. We also have long and established relationships with trusted local producers in Herefordshire and surrounding counties. We feel very much part of the county's tradition for good food.

read more › Debbie Coplans is one of Herefordshire's most innovative and talented florists. She creates beautiful floral themes and arrangements for weddings, private parties and functions all over the country. Learn how to make a festive wreath using fresh foliage, berries, cones and winter flowers, Debbie will guide you through the process so you have something beautiful to take home. Always fun, the workshop is especially enjoyable with a group of friends. The Workshop, which will take place in our new Waterside bar and restaurant, is 70 which includes all materials, refreshments and a delicious Festive Afternoon Tea.

read more › From Leominster & Ross on Wye A49 & Brecon A465 - Follow signs to City Centre East. At Commercial Street Junction, follow Brown Tourist signs to Castle House Hotel by turning right into Union Street, along St Owen's Street, right into Cantilupe Street, and immediately right into St Ethelbert's Street. The hotel is on the left on the corner of St Ethelbert's Street and Castle Street. Please park outside the front of the hotel and we can assist you with luggage and parking. From Worcester A4103 - Follow signs to City Centre East.

read more › Explore the ancient city of Hereford with one of our two circular city walks, both of which include historical information with maps and take just under an hour. Please ask for a copy at reception. You can also download our High Town Walk or our Riverside Walk. The Guild of Guides also conducts daily guided city walks from early May until end of October. No booking is required, just turn up at the north porch of the Cathedral at 11.30am on weekdays and 2.30pm on Sundays. Queenswood Country Park and Aboretum is a fragment of the vast ancient oak wood that once stretched to the Welsh borders and beyond.

read more › A Castle House Gift Voucher is always a good gift to give someone you care about. It's a great present idea for any time of the year. It could be for an overnight stay, a Champagne Afternoon Tea, Three-course Sunday Lunch or a Five-course Tasting Dinner. You can now buy from a selection of Castle House Gift Vouchers for someone anywhere in the world, either emailed or posted, with your name and a personal message. Please note gift vouchers may only be purchased from our website and not available from reception.

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