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Single Rooms: 3
Double Rooms: 3
Family Rooms: 3
Twin Rooms: 3


PPPN £45
PR2S £60



Contact: Doreen Horne
Telephone: 01432 268722
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Hopbine House

Homer, Hereford, Herefordshire



Hopbine House in Homer, Hereford in Herefordshire, offers glorious B&B accommodation situated in beautiful grounds. We are the perfect place to unwind and relax whilst enjoying modern comforts, making us a wonderful holiday destination.

Hopbine House is a friendly family run bed and breakfast establishment that has been operating for over twenty years at Homer, near Hereford, Herefordshire

All guest bedrooms are excellently appointed having en suite facilities, remote TV with freeview, tea and coffee, hospitality trays, hairdryers and clock radios. All of the B&B bedrooms provide comfortable seating to ensure you have a relaxing stay.

You can relax in our comfortable lounge area and browse through our extensive literature that gives details of the splendour that Hereford has to offer.

At breakfast, guests are offered the choice of a full English breakfast, cereals, fruits, juices, tea and coffee.

Hopbine House is set in 2 acres of well maintained and beautifully established grounds. Guests are free to stroll and sample the fruit that is produced by our varied trees. Within the summer months our guests can relax and enjoy our varied outside seating areas, which are all situated on a level gradient and are easily accessible.

There are many places to stay while staying in Hereford with us:

Hereford Cathedral: The cathedral building contains examples of fine architecture some dating from Norman times, but it is best known perhaps for the Mappa Mundi and Chained Library, two of Britain's greatest treasures.

Church Street: This delightful thoroughfare is crammed with interesting shops including those specialising in maps, music, jewellery and needlecraft.

High Town: The Old House, centrally located, is a fascinating black and white building and is open to visitors - this busy shopping centre is also the venue for markets, fairs and events.

Castle Green: Once the site of a massive Norman keep of a castle at its peak in the thirteenth century, it was totally demolished in the second half of the seventeenth century. It now offers a tranquil place to picnic or stroll close to the centre of the city.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates : From 45 per person per night based in a single.
From 60 per room per night based on two people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Wi-Fi internet access.
Off street parking.
Self Accredited.

Booking enquiries for Hopbine House

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Contact Doreen Horne on 01432 268722 , don't forget to mention The B & B Directory when calling, or fill in the form below.