Concealed in a peaceful region of the city of Hereford, Castle House is a boutique hotel and is family owned.
What makes a stay at Castle House unique?
Castle House hotel, a privately-owned boutique hotel,is tucked away in a peaceful part of the ancient city of Hereford and overlooks the castle moat. Its 24 bedrooms and suites are quirky and unique, and very luxurious. Fine food and wines are part of the experience at Castle House. In the rosetted Restaurant, head chef Claire Nicholls creates an inspiring menu and makes the most of the local, fresh produce including Herefordshire Beef from Ballingham, the hotel owner's farm. Enjoy a drink in the new Castle Bistro, open all day for coffees, light lunches and relaxing, informal dinners.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Castle House?
At Castle House, you'll locate the best boutique lodgings in Hereford, and what separates them is their uniqueness.
Every one of the 24 rooms and suites have a remarkable style, every one is separately named after neighborhood mansions or verifiable figures. They all have those little contacts which will make your stay noteworthy, for example, a decanter of Sherry, an exquisite bin of Herefordshire treats, espresso and tea-production office with crisp milk in the room's ice chest and L'Occitane's fundamental oils item in the washrooms. Furthermore, obviously, full English Breakfast is incorporated.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hereford area?
Explore the ancient city of Hereford with one of the two circular city walks, both of which include historical information with maps and take just under an hour. Please ask for a copy at reception. You can also explore the high Town Walk or the Riverside Walk.
Other things to include a visit to Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum, Hereford Cathedral, Hereford Race Course or maybe do some retail therapy in Hereford.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
At Castle House you can eat in the honor winning Castle Restaurant which overseas the pretty gardens and the old Hereford Castle moat.
The Head Chef Gabor Katona and his talented group are enthusiastic about sourcing ingredients locally. Herefordshire has a bounty of creative, independent food and drink producers whose livelihood is situated in the region and the Marches, a large number of whom have since quite a while ago settled associations with Castle House.
The seasonal menus, which mirror these nearby affiliations, change normally with a significant part of the new produce coming legitimately from the kitchen garden on the Ballingham Hall farm.