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The Lawns Bed and Breakfast
Llanwarne
Hereford
Herefordshire

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We are proud to be accredited by Which? Good Bed & Breakfast Guide and winners of a Nature Trust Green Business Award and Wildlife Action Award - Gold level. You are assured of a warm welcome from Ralph, Elizabeth and McObie (woof, woof) to their 400 year old home which as you would expect, is full of Oak beams, in addition it has a deep Well within the house. All rooms are en suite or with private bathroom. Whether on business or pleasure The Lawns is a great place to stay, convenient to M50/A40 junction at Ross-On-Wye and from Hereford Rail Station it's less than an hours hassel-free ride to Cardiff Millenium Stadium. Tour beautiful Herefordshire, walk, cycle (secure storage) or just relax in our peaceful, country garden and enjoy superb local produce at breakfast.

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