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Inns in Bromyard

The Hop Pole Hotel
Bromyard
Herefordshire

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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 crusty rolls available all day every day with side salad, to eat in or take away at 1.50. Carvery available on sunday's 12.30-6.30pm with local produce used for 7.95, and children under 10 3.95, also a choice of deserts are available . Live music is on most weekends from local bands, and a choice of at least 3 real ales always on tap! We also have on our first floor a Georgian function room which is available for conferences etc. Sky sports is available in the bar with a 60inch plasma screen and on big matches a large projector screen. The rooms are all family sized rooms with doubles and singles available from 25.00 a night. There are several eating places in the town from breakfast in the square at Chunkys cafe next door, or of an evening there are 2 Indian restaurants,a steak bar and several takeaways. Bromyard Downs is less than a mile away where there are the most amazing walks and Worcester and Hereford are both within 15 miles of the town.

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