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Tel code: 01432 | code search
Postcode: HR1 | code search
Population: 230
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Ullingswick is a small, agricultural village north east of Hereford, off the A465 and 6 miles from Bromyard. The village church of St Luke is Gothic in style and dates back to the 13th century, with major restoration in 1863. This quiet village is home to a working dairy farm, two day fishing pools, and a Tack Farm Equestrian Centre with first-class facilities for both horse and rider, offering riding to suit all abilities and 600acres of off-road tracks!


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Brockington Hall (2.90 miles)

Brockington Hall
If you are a busy executive or a family looking for accommodation for one or more nights Brockington Hall offers you an alternative choice. This a luxury home experience! Arrive at any time in the ... More | visit website
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Englands Gate Inn (3.05 miles)

The England's Gate is one of Herefordshire’s most picturesque inns featuring award winning food, local real ales and excellent service. This 16th century inn features roaring log fires in winter and a large sunken beer ... More | visit website
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Chase Inn (4.51 miles)

Chase Inn
Set within the picturesque country village of Bishop’s Frome, this bed and breakfast serves award-winning real ales in its pub. Free private parking is provided and each en suite room has free Wi-Fi access. Worcester ... More | visit website
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Docklow Manor (5.04 miles)

Docklow Manor
Two pretty stone cottages stand in five acres of Victorian gardens and woodland at Docklow Manor. The location is outstanding - in the heart of the idyllic Herefordshire countryside, with unspoilt views west towards Wales ... More | visit website
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Majors Arms (5.08 miles)

Majors Arms
The Majors Arms is a quiet country pub offering well appointed bed and breakfast accommodation. Situated on the rural Herefordshire Worcestershire border it is within easy reach of Hereford, Worcester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Ledbury, Malvern and ... More | visit website
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Bay Horse (5.20 miles)

Bay Horse

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A traditional 17th century timber framed inn offering quality accommodation, food & drink in a friendly atmosphere. All our rooms have ... More

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Falcon Hotel (5.23 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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Situated in the centre of Bromyard and easily accessible from the A44, this cosy hotel offers comfortable accommodation in a pleasant setting, one that is rich in history and character. The 2-star ... More

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The Hop Pole Hotel (5.27 miles)

The Hop Pole Hotel
Historic building in the market town of Bromyard, the Hop Pole Hotel is situated on the market square. There is always a warm and friendly welcome at the pub which is inside the hotel. Fresh ... More | visit website
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Crown & Sceptre (5.28 miles)

Crown & Sceptre

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** UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ** Following an extensive refurbishment, The Crown & Sceptre now offers traditional pub food in comfortable family orientated surroundings. With Real Ales, an enclosed child friendly garden and ... More

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The Steppes (5.59 miles)

The Steppes
Set in beautiful Herefordshire countryside yet only minutes from Hereford City centre, The Steppes Bed & Breakfast offers stylish accommodation with a hint of country. A taste of ancient English history at its best, ... More | visit website

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