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Much Marcle


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Tel code: 01531 | code search
Postcode: HR8 | code search
Population: 530
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Much Marcle Steam Rally
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Walwyn Arms
"Very smartly done pub, pity the food and service are not the same. Sweet menu very limited and when it came really poor. Drinks very expensive, won't be returning.

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Walwyn Arms
"Have been a frequent drinker at the Walwyn Arms for many years and have seen the pub change hands quite a few times. The pub has now had a massive ..." More

Walwyn Arms
"Pub now refurbished and run by a pub chain, no character now and too expensive. A town pub in the country

Date visited: 25/06/11 ..." More

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The thriving village of Much Marcle is between Ledbury and Ross on Wye (7 miles to the north) in South Herefordshire. This small village is most picturesque with some half-timbered houses and makes the perfect location to stay in when visiting this area! It has 3 pubs, which also offer food – The Walwyn Arms, The Slip Tavern (so named after a landslide here in 1531) and The Royal Oak Inn. Accommodation can be found in holiday cottages Chandos Granary and Orchard Chapel; B&B at The Royal Oak, New House Farm and Church corner; with more hotels available in nearby Ledbury and Ross On Wye. Hellens is a converted barn, providing a character venue for weddings but also worth a visit to this Jacobean Manor House, which is reputed to be haunted. Also here is the church of St. Bartholomew – a 13th century home to historic carvings and a huge, hollow yew tree! Next-door to this is Mortimer’s Castle, dating from the 13th century also but only the motte remains. Much Marcle is the location of 3 cider mills, notably Weston's Cider and the multi award winning Scrumpy House restaurant. Annually in August there is Much Marcle Steam Rally and within an hour’s drive are the Cotswolds, the Welsh Borders, the Forest of Dean and Hereford cathedral.


Royal Oak

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Scrumpy House Bar & Restaurant
Slip Tavern
Walwyn Arms


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Royal Oak (0.63 miles)

Royal Oak
The Royal Oak Inn and Steakhouse is a charming pub with rooms, located in more than 3 acres of countryside. It offers hearty food and free parking. The bedrooms all have their own bathroom with a ... More | visit website
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The Royal Oak (4.26 miles)

The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak Hotel is a 12 bedroom 14th Century Former "Coach House" set in the historic village of Ledbury, Herefordshire. Positioned in the Malvern Hills and offering easy access to Eastnor Castle, The Three ... More | visit website
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Wall Hills Country House (4.32 miles)

Wall Hills Country House
Set amongst the fields and woodland, half a mile from the road, Wall Hills offers the peace and quiet that you would expect to find in the heart of the beautiful English countryside, with the ... More | visit website
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Feathers Hotel (The) (4.33 miles)

Feathers Hotel (The)
We look forward to welcoming you to The Feathers Hotel to enjoy a relaxing break in the picturesque market town of Ledbury.

The black and white exterior of the hotel dominates Ledbury's main street. Since Elizabethan ... More | visit website
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Three Choirs Vineyards Hotel (4.46 miles)

Three Choirs Vineyards Hotel

One of England's leading vineyards, now offers visitors the chance to stay and enjoy this beautiful location.The hotel has been built on a ridge overlooking the 75 acres of vineyards and every bedroom and the ... More | visit website

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Green Man Inn (4.85 miles)

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The Green Man is a 15th century country inn situated in the centre of the peaceful village of Fownhope, dating back from the first year of the reign of Henry ... More

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Hartleton Lake Retreat (4.93 miles)

Hartleton Lake Retreat

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Standing peacefully on the banks of lovely Hartleton Lakes and beside a golf course, this newly converted stable makes a very comfortable holiday base. Whether enjoying a ... More

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The Piggery (5.25 miles)

The Piggery

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Newly converted and enjoying a smart, contemporary interior, this immaculate property sits on the edge of a small horticultural holding in the Forest of Dean and just ... More

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Premier Inn Ross-on-Wye (5.40 miles)

Premier Inn Ross-on-Wye
In the heart of Wye Valley, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Ideally located within easy reach of the M50. Local attractions include Wales and the Forest ... More | visit website
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The George Hotel (6.23 miles)

The George Hotel
The ancient market town of Newent is situated where two medieval roads from Wales converged on their way to Gloucester and the Severn River Crossing. The pretty Town with its black and White houses and ... More | visit website

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