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Situated in the beautiful and historic county of Herefordshire, Charades offers superior accommodation in the finest setting. Here you will find a warm welcome, an inviting atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. The guesthouse is owned and run by husband and wife team Steve and Helen Craddock who work tirelessly to ensure you enjoy your stay with them. Charades is well worth a visit, and you can be sure your stay will be a memorable one.
The house was built in 1877 and sits in large gardens which guests can enjoy. It has retained many of its original Victorian features. Charades is in a quiet conservation area, close to a park. It has a large, well lit private car park in the grounds of the house.
Charades has six bedrooms and offers excellent facilities, with every effort being made to ensure all guests feel comfortable, happy and satisfied. The bedrooms are spacious and light, with some giving spectacular views over the city, the Cathedral and the Black Mountains beyond. The rooms are dressed in period furniture and beds are made up with top quality Egyptian cotton bedding. Every room has colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and hospitality tray. Wi-Fi access is complementary during your stay. There is also a collection of Titanic memorabilia on display for you to enjoy. There are facilities in the conservatory for guests to store and prepare food for evening meals. For less-abled visitors there is an entrance ramp.
Prices start at £50 pppn for single occupancy; with a standard double room at £65 and superior rooms at £75 per night. Prices include a delicious traditional grill or vegetarian breakfast served in the elegant dining room.
Superior guesthouse accommodation
just ten minutes walk from the City of Hereford