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Moccas Court, Hereford, Herefordshire

Moccas Court

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Moccas Court is a Grade 1 Georgian house. Widely regarded as Herefordshire's finest, it provides the ideal setting for a really rewarding stay. Unique in its surroundings, the Court offers perfect peace, perched above terraced banks over the lazy river Wye.

The history and the setting are today matched by a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Whilst the house itself might seem imposing at first, this is a family home. Stepping through the front door reveals an elegant interior of intimacy and charm. Family portraits and beautiful furniture combine with tranquil vistas of some of the finest landscapes in Britain; landscapes set out by 'Capability' Brown and Repton.

The accommodation consists of five large rooms, all with their own beautiful bathrooms. Each one is decorated to a standard that any Five star hotel would be proud of, and with views that would be hard to match, anywhere.

After pre-dinner drinks in the Library, guests are shown into to the Round Room for Dinner, its hand painted wall paper bathed in soft candlelight. There can be few more romantic dining rooms in Great Britain.

Great attention and care is taken with the cuisine at Moccas. Venison and game from the surrounding parklands, beef and lamb from the nearby hills; everything is carefully sourced, right down to the Cep mushrooms that sometimes appear in the autumn. Dinner is £45 incl VAT.

A stay at Moccas will be unforgettable. Ben and Mimi aim to see that this is for all the right reasons.
Moccas can also be exclusively booked for weddings and events.
Fishing, wonderful walking in Welsh marches and Brecon Beacons. Hay on Wye


Ratings/Awards: AA Highly Commended 5 Gold Stars
Friendliest Landlord of the Year 2009/2010
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Double: £137 - £219
Twin: £137 - £208
Single: From £123.50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 16
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

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Sample Menu:

Sample Menu


Local goats cheese, tomato and fresh anchovy tartlet

Grilled vegetable Salad Nicoise with tiger prawns

Main Course

Crown roast of local lamb, redcurrant and port wine reduction, pomme dauphinoise, and seasonal vegetables.

Dover sole with basil butter sauce, steamed leeks and potato mash

Pancetta and red pepper ravioli with a rich tomato sauce.


Damson and sloe gin ice-cream with meringue.

Passion fruit crème Brule


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