Longworth Hall Hotel

Lugwardine, Herefordshire, England, HR1 4DF , United Kingdom | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Lugwardine

My Best Addiction

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk


... my upcoming 3 month vagabond adventure in Greece. Well, after finding out that I couldn't go back to Spain, after Palma that is, I gave up for the few days following. Palma did something to me, it was that little drug that made me crave more, I think maybe I've been missing my solo adventures. Anyways, well then all of a sudden the illogical, adventure seeking, crazy, travel guru, said hey I wonder what it'd cost to go to Wales for a few days, hey that'd surely be cheaper and ...

Day 10 - 4 To Go!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour


... I reinstated his position as we found ourselves overlooking spectacular countryside with the river Wye in the foreground, and in any case he was the only one who knew the way to the hotel although James and Steve's navigation skills interpreting their Garmin route is improving. Graham's tip for the day: "never wear white shorts or ride a white bike in the rain on country lanes regularly trafficked by livestock" Vince: Today after leaving the hotel in a rush as we saw ...

South Wales and Coal Mining

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... got anything out of it and they became unbelievably rich on the backs of the miners. When the owner died the miners bought a huge cube of granite to put on his grave so he could never get out! We walk the high street and stop for dinner. It’s the 4th of July so we have a hamburger, fries and a diet pepsi. We drive on to Llandeilo and stop at a B&B. They celebrating the ...

Morgans & Malverns

A travel blog entry by fourherrings


... amp; leather trim! We've seen lots of these open cars cruising the Cotswolds, so there must be quite a big market here for these expensive pieces of craft! Lunch with a view into Wales at The Kettle Sings just below the hilltop where hang gliders were soaring, then into Great Malvern to explore the town. Looked in the Priory which was a Benedictine monastery & is over 900 years old. It was built ...

Train Spotting

A travel blog entry by glendacherry


We all set off for a steam train journey which would start at Kidderminster. On our way there we stopped to view Chateau Impney Hotel. A local entrepreneur John Corbett built this for his French wife to cure her of her homesickness in 1875. (All Susan & I got was a jar of Vegemite to cure our homesickness!!!!! )We journeyed onto Severn Railway where we boarded our ...


This hotel, located in Lugwardine, is near Hereford Cathedral, Eastnor Castle, Hereford Cider Museum, and Hereford Racecourse.
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