Castle House

Castle Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, England, HR1 2NW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Castle Street, Hereford, is near Hereford Cathedral, Eastnor Castle, Hereford Cider Museum, and Hereford Racecourse.
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    Travel Blogs from Hereford

    Ham, Sheep, Mutton Buttons, Lanes, Evensong, etc.

    A travel blog entry by caroleknute on Oct 10, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... of the local candy shops, of which there are many sells, "Mutton Buttons". They're chocolate coated candy that looks like sheep poo! We spent some time this afternoon wandering off the main business streets. There are numerous "alleys" that lead off the main streets. These are really narrow (4 feet) walkways that lead to the residential housing. The density of the housing is astounding. A thirty-foot wide ...

    'I haven't been everywhere...yet!'

    A travel blog entry by emma-may-white on Oct 10, 2014

    11 photos

    ... cycle the foothills of the Himalayas in the 1940's. Grandad Tom not only diarised his journey but took and developed lots of incredible photographs en route ( under the flicker of a lantern in his tent!). My next adventure abroad will be a few weeks following my grandads footsteps cycling the foothills of the Himalayas in a bid to follow and diarise the same route, and take some of the same photographs over 70 years apart... keep your eyes peeled for my blog ;)


    Battles, Money, History, and People

    A travel blog entry by caroleknute on Oct 09, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... because the local people saved the church from major destruction by Henry VIII by paying the king for the value of the lead and bell brass in the church. Money talks. The Avon was, I. This lower part of the river heavily used for milling the last 3 or 4 locks had mills adjacent to the weirs. There is a large mill, the Borough Mill in Tewkesbury, that was built up in 1865 that is now vacant. Not sure ...

    Final thoughts

    A travel blog entry by ferridaym on Aug 18, 2012

    6 photos

    ... for beauty this cannot be beaten.

    • 2. Railay West Beach (Railay) - another beach with immense beauty, but beach side restaurants also available.
    • 3. Ao Thong Nai Pan Noi (Koh Pha Ngan) - The cove like shape coupled with the idyllic village behind it just edge out our other Pha Ngan favourite Haad Yao.

    Best places

    • 1. Haad Yao (Koh Pha Ngan) - Haad Yao was perfect for us, ...

    Back in the UK!

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Nov 01, 2011

    80 photos

    ... just hung out all day we went for an amazing meal eating the same thing we ate on our first full day together. We had to hang out until 8 pm then took the bus then the train then a plane then an hour and a half taxi back from Bristol to Hereford. We got in at 12 in Bristol when we got to Hereford it was 130, the clocks went back an hour at 2 so we could have gone out but we were exhausted! It was 330 in Spain, we ...