The Lawns Bed & Breakfast
Join us in our family home and share with us its special atmosphere of centuries gone by and if you like, be entertained by McObie.
All rooms are en suite or with private bathroom, TV, hair drier, hospitality tray and many little extras.
Breakfast features some of Herefordshires wonderful produce, cooked to your requirement by the faithful, old Aga which keeps our home aired and cosy throughout the year, together with wood burning stoves in cold weather which burn home grown firewood which Ralph cuts from thinnings, pollarding and wild willow growth in Guinea Wood.
In Summer, weather permitting, enjoy tea on the patio and listen to a great variety of birdsong, watch Buzzards circle above and hear sheep call from surrounding fields.
The Lawns is conveniently situated 8 miles from A40/M50 at Ross-On-Wye and 9 miles south of Hereford City, where the beautiful Cathedral is home to the unique Mappa Mundi.
There are many Pubs and excellent restaurants within our area, just ask for our list. Walk or cycle along the lovely Wye Valley and into the Royal Forest of Dean where there are many paths. Visit Hay-On-Wye, the second-hand book shop of the world, walk up Hay Bluff from where on a clear day, you can see the whole of Herefordshire and beyond, set out below.
Be adventurous and tour the Brecon Beacons, Black and White villages or take a canoe on the Wye or cycle in Mortimore Forest. Other Market towns such as Ross-On-Wye, Monmouth and Abergavenny, all have fine churches and there are many others such as famous Kilpeck and Abbey Dore are within easy reach. Farmers markets are held regularly hereabouts but local food is sold in many Farm shops throughout Herefordshire, we use Pengethley Farm Shop because it's our nearest, is well stocked and convenient.
On the other hand, you may just like to take one of our local 'Walks from The Lawns' out to lunch in a pub, return and just space out in the garden for the evening?
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This page was last updated: 22 August 2011