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Postcode: HR3 | code search
Population: 190
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Sun Inn
"Food pricey, but quite good. Mean landlord though. Broke journey in Winforton but then realised it was a mobile phone black spot. Asked landlord if could use the phone ..." More

Sun Inn
"Brilliant food, excellenat service. alway help out as I have special dietry requirements.

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"We tried to book the pub for a wedding reception. After waiting for three days for them to bother to get back to us, we phoned them. It was only ..." More

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Winforton is a small village set in the county of Herefordshire, it has an interesting history that stretches across the ages, and played host to Oliver Cromwell who stayed in the village on his way to the bloody Battle Of Worcester in the 17th Century. There are a handful of stunning buildings from centuries long past, and a delightful church that's dedicated to St Michael and All Angels, Impressive places to stay, Tea Rooms, and a pub will ensure visitors return after exploring the beautiful countryside, or from taking a leisurely stroll along the banks of the River Wye.


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Little Upcott (2.89 miles)

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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Upper Newton Farmhouse (3.07 miles)

Upper Newton Farmhouse

“Any thought of traffic jams were forgotten, as far as the eye could see were rolling hills and fields, ducks waddled across the pond and a delicious farmhouse tea awaited me in the lovely drawing ... More | visit website


National Trust Cottages (3.10 miles)

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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Pandy Inn (3.44 miles)

Pandy Inn
Situated in the heart of the sleepy Herefordshire village of Dorstone, just 4 miles from the World book capital of Hay-on-Wye, The Pandy inn is reputed to be the oldest pub in the county. Dating ... More | visit website
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Old Black Lion (5.09 miles)

Old Black Lion
The Old Black Lion is a l7th Century Coaching Inn situated in the centre of Hay on Wye, the worlds largest second hand book centre. Also surrounded by spectacular countryside & views. Walkers ... More | visit website
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Seven Stars (5.15 miles)

Seven Stars

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Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this characteristic 16th century building has been transformed into a comfortable guest house, whilst still maintaining many of its original features, including oak beams and ... More

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The Swan at Hay (5.34 miles)

The Swan at Hay
The Swan at Hay is a privately-owned hotel and restaurant in the Marches town of Hay-on-Wye where warm hospitality and good food await you.Standing alongside the glorious river Wye; Hay-on-Wye retains all the charm of ... More | visit website
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Baskerville Arms Hotel (5.61 miles)

Baskerville Arms Hotel

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The Baskerville Arms is a family run, Visit Wales & AA 3-star rated Inn with 13 en suite bed & breakfast rooms, restaurant, bar and function rooms.

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Burton Hotel (5.96 miles)

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


Holly Bush (7.95 miles)

Holly Bush

Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from 16th century farm buildings and located on a 500 acre working livestock farm in the scattered rural hamlet of Luntley. With exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers the ... More

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