Highgate house B & B Leominster
This Victorian house has recently been fully refurbished, but still retains many of it's original features. There is a comfortable dining/sitting room with TV for guests use. Also a large patio to the rear with seating for guests
We have 3 attractively decorated and furnished guest rooms, 1 triple, 1 twin and one double, all with ensuites.
All rooms have Tea & Coffee making facilities, TV, hairdryer and radio alarms.
There is off-street parking to the rear of the house and on-street parking to the front.
Leominster is 13 miles north of Hereford on the A49 and is also close to the border with Wales.
Leominster lies in the borderlands of England and Wales. The town dates back from the 7th century and its first recorded name is 'Llanllieni', which means 'Church on the streams' in Welsh. Its most distinctive building is the unique Grange Court. It was built in 1633 by John Abel, the King's carpenter.
Places of interest locally are: Dunkerton's Cider in Pembridge, Butford Organics at Bodenham and Newton Court Farm. All have cider shops open all year round.
The Priory Church in Leominster was founded in 1123 succeeding an earlier nunnery. It possesses several artefacts, one of which is a ducking stool, the last used in England in 1809.
Black & White Village trail - is a 40 mile trail taking you through some of the most attractive black and white villages of North West Herefordshire.
Hampton Court Gardens - is a castle with exquisite gardens on the meadows of the river Lugg, backed by a steep wooded escarpment and surrounded by over 1000 acres of woodland and grounds.
Leominster is a pleasant market town and a market is held in Corn Square on Fridays.
A warm welcome is always assured at Highgate House.
Margaret & Cyril Merriman
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This page was last updated: 10 February 2011