Hotels Near Costas Fish & Shop In Hereford

3.9/510 Reviews
0.4km from The Crown Hotel
The new owners have made great strides in giving this hotel that had slipped from faded splendour into downright neglect. As far as we could see the whole downstairs has been given a makeover and the dreadful serve yourself all day hot food from around the world buffet has been replaced by a very nice menu with nothing self service in sight. We only went for Sunday lunch but the food was hot, plentiful and not overpriced. If I wanted to be critical I would say that the service was a bit slow and paying the bill was a bit difficult but the staff were all very pleasant. Would go again.
FromUS$143
0/50 Reviews
0.49km from The Crown Hotel
Our Hereford Blackfriars Street hotel is in a great location for exploring this historic market town. It's next to Hereford's Old Market shopping centre, where you can shop for plenty of high street brands, and less than a five-minute walk from Edgar Street stadium - the home of Hereford FC. Hereford is a major historical site; the 17th Century Black and White House Museum and the world's largest medieval map, the Mappa Mundi, are both under a mile away from our hotel. When you're feeling peckish, stop by our in-house Thyme restaurant for a delicious meal and when you're done for the day, look forward a relaxing sleep on one of our super-comfy Hypnos beds.
FromUS$71
3.4/510 Reviews
0.88km from The Crown Hotel
After having booked the hotel and looking at some of the reviews afterwards I went with some slight concern, however my fears were unfounded. Checking in at the allocated time was simple and I was directed to my room. It was clean and tidy throughout and perfect for an over night stay on a budget. The hotel is located 5 minutes walk from the railway station. The bathroom had an efficient warm shower and the bed was comfortable. I had a good nights sleep and wasn't troubled by noise from the main road outside even though it was a Friday night. The hotel lounge seemed busy with other guests and had a decent ambiance. I didn't eat at the hotel nor had breakfast there the next morning due to an early start. It is a simple hotel but certainly clean and tidy an I would have no qualms about staying there again under similar circumstances
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4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.35km from The Crown Hotel
This lovely guest house is somewhere that you know that the hosts have done everything they can to cater for their guests’ needs and comfort. It is a delightful period arts and crafts-style house which is lovingly cared for by its owners. And they clearly take just as much trouble to care for their guests. I chose to come to this dog-friendly guest house so that Lucy The Labrador could accompany me and right from our arrival from the railway station, only about 5 convenient minutes walk away, we felt at home in our charming bedroom. Everything was absolutely excellent - a very comfortable bed, a highly generous collection of drinks and biscuits in the room beside the kettle, perfect lighting, a modern bathroom with a bath (I’m a bath person rather than a shower person) with shower over the bath (for shower people) with wonderfully hot, instantly available water; a pile of good, nicely-scented towels; delightful decor making the room cosy and comfortable, and all wrapped up in a perfectly quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The breakfast room was also full of character and kitted out with a fridge for out of hours drinks and a microwave for those fancying an out of hours packaged meal which could be bought from a large conveniently situated Morrison’s nearby (opposite the station). Conveniently situated also, for those whose canine companion needs to exercise, is a fair sized park only about 100 - 200 yards away. And so to THE breakfast. Quite superb. Delicious sausage and bacon from the butcher’s in Ledbury which Lucy and I have previously judged to be the best when we took part in the Ludlow Food Festival sausage walk, exquisitely tasty grilled mushroom and tomato (how many places do you know that serve these in a joy-less watery-flavoured state?), egg nicely done in the manner of the guest’s choice - I can vouch for the scrambled - and beans. There are also of course the usual cereals, fine coffee and orange juice that one would expect. And rather good toast (how many places does one visit where even the toast is not too enjoyable?). The meal is served freshly cooked and beautifully hot (not for No 21 any of these half dried-out but cold buffet breakfasts). A great meal that sets you up for the day and might make you feel that not a lot of lunch is required. From arrival to departure, Lucy and I were made to feel very welcome and everyone working there whom we met were kind and made us most welcome. Thank you. Not just dog friendly but human friendly too. Lucy and I were so happy with our 2 nights at No 21 that we intend to return soon to Hereford but only if there is a room available at this wonderful guest house. A stay at No 21 represents excellent value and I can not see why anyone, whether or not accompanied by a dog, would not have a happy stay at No 21.
FromUS$78
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.38km from The Crown Hotel
What a lovely house! Reasonably furnished in the shabby chic style. However poor quality bed linen. We were made very unwelcome by the manager / owner.Her attitude was unfriendly and abrupt. There was no contact tracing, and a pot of hand sanitizer by the boxes of cereal hardly counts towards anyone’s safety. Smoking in front of the house with departing motor cyclists did nothing to help her cough which we could hear throughout the miserable breakfast service. I have to add that I object to being served by anyone wearing shorts and poolside sandals in a dining room. Surely foot coverings are a health and safety issue in a commercial kitchen, if not, environmental health? But not to worry, the coughing cook wore fur boots.... To add to the trauma of the current pandemic, the waiter in his sandals had a tea towel over his shoulder that he used to flick the crumbs off the vacated table before relaying for the next user. Then carried in some poor unsuspecting guests breakfast with the same cloth.... plate was hot.... I need to point out this lovely house, which it is, is on a main road. Just saying.. So , with no signs of sanitizer, customer relations or any attempt at making one feel welcome I am sad to leave this review.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.45km from The Crown Hotel
Not knowing the Hereford area I jumped on booking.com to find a place to stay. Charades came up in the right place and a t a good price, I didn’t realise it is a guest house rather than a hotel. Don’t let this put you off, with just 6 bedrooms it’s more like a boutique hotel rather than a ‘traditional’ guest house.
There is a car park out front and a very nice front garden. The bedroom (room 5) is a very good size with a large very comfortable bed , there are also tea making facilities.
The bathroom (shower room) is a little on the small size but per clean and tidy. 
Breakfast is a buffet with cold food with a standard selection of hot food from the menu.
Highly recommend.
FromUS$91
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.58km from The Crown Hotel
The best place to stay in Hereford cant recommend it highly enough rooms are very comfortable your hosts Sheila and Steve are great after a very comfortable nights sleep you are greeted with a fantastic breakfast healthy if that's what you want or full English cooked by Steve using locally sourced ingredients sets you up for the day.
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.97km from The Crown Hotel
Lovely nice clean spacious hotel. Despite the issues of Covid-19 everywhere was closing down. One of the generators broke down, no heating, hot water or electricity, not ideal but unavoidable. The staff were fantastic and couldn’t do enough to make us comfortable, so I would like to say a massive thank you to Debbie, Bruce and Sam. You guys are great. Definitely visit again. Thanks guys, Andrew Thomson and Samantha Gimson
FromUS$71
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.6km from The Crown Hotel
We enjoyed our stay here, all staff were polite and friendly and the whole place was spotless. Our room was clean, comfortable and had everything we needed for our stay (WiFi, tea and coffee, toiletries, hairdryer). We had a car parked up in the carpark but decided to get a taxi into town- we used Hi Town taxi's, £6-£7 for a 6 min trip. Lots of options for breakfast: cooked, cereal, fruit etc. Next time we are in Hereford we will definitely be staying here.
FromUS$98
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
2.89km from The Crown Hotel
Breakfast is very good. The chef orders it now: omelet, shredded cheese, vegetables, mushrooms, etc. It's great. Other kinds of bread, fresh juice coffee tea. Meat has sausages, bacon. Peach apple, cantaloupe, pineapple and other fruits, a kind of Danone fruit yoghurt. All in all, including early value
FromUS$116
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
3.97km from The Crown Hotel
We are regular Travelodge guests and whilst this was an okay stay it was slightly marred. Travelodge inexplicable charge for wi fi, we'd paired a phone and tablet and even after a call to their help desk they were unwilling to let us pair a second tablet instead of the phone so had to pay a further £3 for 24hs. I'm not tech savvy but surely with wi fi you can pair as many devices as you like! Why they charge is beyond me as it feels like an under handed tax. The rooms are small and in need of refurbishment, the black lines you see around the tile pic is mould. The skirtings and walks are marked and dirty but the corridors are clean. The lack of investment is plain to see, a worker told me they've waited years for a lighted exterior sign as it's difficult to see at night due to the location. The staff were friendly, polite and helpful. We had an issue with our TV losing pictures, a power outage and loss of water. Luckily the power and water were only transient issues. Nevertheless, they did negatively impact our stay as did the TV problem and the Rip off wi fi. We have already got our next visit booked to use Travelodge which we do 2-3 times a year so this is written without malice. The hotel needs investment for a much needed refurb as in its current state Travelodge still demand premium rates which is incongruous given its current condition. It's 3-4 miles outside of Hereford town centre and there are other hotels in optimum positions around Hereford. The staff do their best but just need more support from management and this has the potential to be a really good hotel in all respects. In summary: Average. Could do better/needs improvement.
FromUS$80
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
4.84km from The Crown Hotel
The house is beautiful we had the place to ourselves 10 of us in the group we filled all of the bedrooms and everyone said how lovely there room was. Everywhere was spotless the only issue we had was fighting over the last slice of welcome cake that had been left for us. We used the BBQ and everything was left for us including fire lighters and coals would not hesitate in recommending. The owner Chris is lovely and couldn't do enough for us.
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Hotels Near Costas Fish & Shop In Hereford Review

5/511 Reviews
Breakfast is very good. The chef orders it now: omelet, shredded cheese, vegetables, mushrooms, etc. It's great. Other kinds of bread, fresh juice coffee tea. Meat has sausages, bacon. Peach apple, cantaloupe, pineapple and other fruits, a kind of Danone fruit yoghurt. All in all, including early value
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FromUS$116
4.6/510 Reviews
We enjoyed our stay here, all staff were polite and friendly and the whole place was spotless. Our room was clean, comfortable and had everything we needed for our stay (WiFi, tea and coffee, toiletries, hairdryer). We had a car parked up in the carpark but decided to get a taxi into town- we used Hi Town taxi's, £6-£7 for a 6 min trip. Lots of options for breakfast: cooked, cereal, fruit etc. Next time we are in Hereford we will definitely be staying here.
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FromUS$98
4/55 Reviews
Lovely nice clean spacious hotel. Despite the issues of Covid-19 everywhere was closing down. One of the generators broke down, no heating, hot water or electricity, not ideal but unavoidable. The staff were fantastic and couldn’t do enough to make us comfortable, so I would like to say a massive thank you to Debbie, Bruce and Sam. You guys are great. Definitely visit again. Thanks guys, Andrew Thomson and Samantha Gimson
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4.3/510 Reviews
What a lovely house! Reasonably furnished in the shabby chic style. However poor quality bed linen. We were made very unwelcome by the manager / owner.Her attitude was unfriendly and abrupt. There was no contact tracing, and a pot of hand sanitizer by the boxes of cereal hardly counts towards anyone’s safety. Smoking in front of the house with departing motor cyclists did nothing to help her cough which we could hear throughout the miserable breakfast service. I have to add that I object to being served by anyone wearing shorts and poolside sandals in a dining room. Surely foot coverings are a health and safety issue in a commercial kitchen, if not, environmental health? But not to worry, the coughing cook wore fur boots.... To add to the trauma of the current pandemic, the waiter in his sandals had a tea towel over his shoulder that he used to flick the crumbs off the vacated table before relaying for the next user. Then carried in some poor unsuspecting guests breakfast with the same cloth.... plate was hot.... I need to point out this lovely house, which it is, is on a main road. Just saying.. So , with no signs of sanitizer, customer relations or any attempt at making one feel welcome I am sad to leave this review.
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FromUS$61
4/510 Reviews
Sometimes when you go back to a "great find" it doesn't live up to the first time. NOT the case here! Staff are very friendly and welcoming, rooms are comfortable and the food (thank you Mark!) is delicious, high quality and very good value for money. The halloumi starter was very tasty and a generous portion. My partner's cod was very fresh and similarly portioned, with lovely green veg and new potatoes, whilst my steak and ale pie did not disappoint and remains the best I've ever tasted. Slept well in a quiet room overlooking the garden and fields beyond, whilst breakfast in the morning offers an array of continental and very tasty full English options. Overall a great place to eat, a warm welcome and reasonably priced. We will definitely return.
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4.7/510 Reviews
This lovely guest house is somewhere that you know that the hosts have done everything they can to cater for their guests’ needs and comfort. It is a delightful period arts and crafts-style house which is lovingly cared for by its owners. And they clearly take just as much trouble to care for their guests. I chose to come to this dog-friendly guest house so that Lucy The Labrador could accompany me and right from our arrival from the railway station, only about 5 convenient minutes walk away, we felt at home in our charming bedroom. Everything was absolutely excellent - a very comfortable bed, a highly generous collection of drinks and biscuits in the room beside the kettle, perfect lighting, a modern bathroom with a bath (I’m a bath person rather than a shower person) with shower over the bath (for shower people) with wonderfully hot, instantly available water; a pile of good, nicely-scented towels; delightful decor making the room cosy and comfortable, and all wrapped up in a perfectly quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The breakfast room was also full of character and kitted out with a fridge for out of hours drinks and a microwave for those fancying an out of hours packaged meal which could be bought from a large conveniently situated Morrison’s nearby (opposite the station). Conveniently situated also, for those whose canine companion needs to exercise, is a fair sized park only about 100 - 200 yards away. And so to THE breakfast. Quite superb. Delicious sausage and bacon from the butcher’s in Ledbury which Lucy and I have previously judged to be the best when we took part in the Ludlow Food Festival sausage walk, exquisitely tasty grilled mushroom and tomato (how many places do you know that serve these in a joy-less watery-flavoured state?), egg nicely done in the manner of the guest’s choice - I can vouch for the scrambled - and beans. There are also of course the usual cereals, fine coffee and orange juice that one would expect. And rather good toast (how many places does one visit where even the toast is not too enjoyable?). The meal is served freshly cooked and beautifully hot (not for No 21 any of these half dried-out but cold buffet breakfasts). A great meal that sets you up for the day and might make you feel that not a lot of lunch is required. From arrival to departure, Lucy and I were made to feel very welcome and everyone working there whom we met were kind and made us most welcome. Thank you. Not just dog friendly but human friendly too. Lucy and I were so happy with our 2 nights at No 21 that we intend to return soon to Hereford but only if there is a room available at this wonderful guest house. A stay at No 21 represents excellent value and I can not see why anyone, whether or not accompanied by a dog, would not have a happy stay at No 21.
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FromUS$78
4.5/510 Reviews
Not knowing the Hereford area I jumped on booking.com to find a place to stay. Charades came up in the right place and a t a good price, I didn’t realise it is a guest house rather than a hotel. Don’t let this put you off, with just 6 bedrooms it’s more like a boutique hotel rather than a ‘traditional’ guest house.
There is a car park out front and a very nice front garden. The bedroom (room 5) is a very good size with a large very comfortable bed , there are also tea making facilities.
The bathroom (shower room) is a little on the small size but per clean and tidy. 
Breakfast is a buffet with cold food with a standard selection of hot food from the menu.
Highly recommend.
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FromUS$91
3.9/510 Reviews
The new owners have made great strides in giving this hotel that had slipped from faded splendour into downright neglect. As far as we could see the whole downstairs has been given a makeover and the dreadful serve yourself all day hot food from around the world buffet has been replaced by a very nice menu with nothing self service in sight. We only went for Sunday lunch but the food was hot, plentiful and not overpriced. If I wanted to be critical I would say that the service was a bit slow and paying the bill was a bit difficult but the staff were all very pleasant. Would go again.
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FromUS$143
3.4/510 Reviews
After having booked the hotel and looking at some of the reviews afterwards I went with some slight concern, however my fears were unfounded. Checking in at the allocated time was simple and I was directed to my room. It was clean and tidy throughout and perfect for an over night stay on a budget. The hotel is located 5 minutes walk from the railway station. The bathroom had an efficient warm shower and the bed was comfortable. I had a good nights sleep and wasn't troubled by noise from the main road outside even though it was a Friday night. The hotel lounge seemed busy with other guests and had a decent ambiance. I didn't eat at the hotel nor had breakfast there the next morning due to an early start. It is a simple hotel but certainly clean and tidy an I would have no qualms about staying there again under similar circumstances
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FromUS$69