Kington

Kington is a small but historic market town near the Welsh border, with two nearby castles evidence of the area’s turbulent past. The lovely Hergest Ridge is just west of this elevated settlement... Read More

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Kington Festival – ‘Miss Kington 1970’
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Hotels in Kington - 4 places to stay

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Burton Hotel

Burton Hotel

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Set within a modernised coaching inn, this charming residence is situated on the Offa’s Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border. During your stay ... More

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National Trust Cottages

National Trust Cottages

This striking property is an early 17th century black and white timber-framed and stone tiled farmhouse bequeathed to the Trust in 1965. The property is situated 20 miles to the north west of Hereford, along ... More

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Little Upcott

Little Upcott

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This charming, traditional 17th century, timber framed, black and white cottage, with its enclosed, secluded garden, enjoys a beautiful natural setting amid cider orchards, just off a ... More

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Boot Inn (0.93 miles)

Boot Inn

Welcome to The Boot Inn, awarded AA 4 Gold Stars - only given to 10% of AA recognised establishments and Worcestershire Pub of the year 2009/10. A family run traditional Country Coaching Inn, parts of ... More | visit website

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Flyford Arms (1.01 miles)

Flyford Arms

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The Flyford is an independent family run inn, that is situated midway between Worcester and Stratford Upon Avon on the A422. The Flyford Arms offers a bar and dining areas ... More

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Daisy Cottage at Rous Lench Court (2.51 miles)

Daisy Cottage at Rous Lench Court

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Set in the grounds of impressive Rous Lench Court, where Oliver Cromwell dined before going into battle with Charles II, these two delightful cottages have been created ... More

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Bants Inn (3.47 miles)

Bants Inn

We are a 16th Century English Country Inn on a former medieval anglo saxon site, we are situated in the middle of the Worcesteshire Countryside within easy reach of Stratford, Malverns, Cotswolds
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The Steps Guest House (3.55 miles)

The Steps Guest House
Bed and Breakfast accommodation close to Redditch, Droitwich Spa, Stratford, Worcester and the Vale of Evesham.

Jenny and Ivor Mason invite you to visit their lovely Victorian B & B, located conveniently in the High Street ... More | visit website
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Queens Head (4.98 miles)

Queens Head
This traditional Inn offers excellent value Bed & Breakfast accommodation combined with a welcoming bar and home cooked food. Located close to the River Avon, The Queens Head Inn enjoys a quiet village location in ... More
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Vine Cottage (5.08 miles)

Vine Cottage
This lovely timbered cottage is situated in the heart of the old village of Astwood Bank, near Redditch, Worcestershire. In the cosy, comfortable surroundings of our oak-beamed dining room you can ease into your day with ... More | visit website
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Corner Cottage Bed and Breakfast (5.10 miles)

Corner Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Marilyn and Alan welcome you to their charming period Bed and Breakfast Cottage built in 1867. This beautiful cottage is set in the pristine village of Astwood Bank. They have lived in the village of ... More | visit website
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Arrow Mill Hotel (5.71 miles)

Arrow Mill Hotel

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Arrow Mill is a 3 star property located in the heart of rural Warwickshire, positioned directly oposite Ragley Hall, close to Junction 15 of the M40 and nearby Stratford upon ... More

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Wood Norton Hall (5.83 miles)

Wood Norton Hall

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A superb quality hotel for business and pleasure and is within easy reach of Worcester, Cheltenham, and the Cotswolds. This impressive Grade II listed Victorian ... More

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