Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Three Park Street Escape Retreat. Perfectly located close to Hereford City Centre and the peaceful riverside meadows.
We are part of Bartonsham and St James, a community tucked into a meandering bend of the river Wye by the fields of the local dairy, where anyone is free to stroll, it is a peaceful and relaxed location benefiting from the beautiful Herefordshire country air.
There’s the excellent local Volunteer pub around the corner. St. James’ Church whose bells gently toll the services, and at the local WVRS centre where, if your visit coincides with such evenings, you are welcome to attend ’Flix in The Stix’ Film night or one of the regular exercise classes of Pilates, yoga or dance.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Three Park Street Escape Retreat. Hereford Cathedral is a 'must see' for your itinerary.
A five minute walk through the peaceful Castle Green Gardens and above the banks of the river, will take you straight to the magnificent Hereford Cathedral and centre of town.
Hereford is a half hours drive from the Black Mountains, to the west, where there are endless wild and wonderful walks including the famous Offa’s Dyke Path.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Three Park Street Escape Retreat. Hereford Town centre market square, and the famous black and white house, now a museum.
You can canoe, hang glide, pony trek, go on guided archaeological walks or explore the old ruins such as Llantony Priory, Capel-y-Fin, Longtown Castle or the still used but landslide-leaning Cwmyoy Church.
At Kington, a half hour drive, you can play golf on the highest golf course in England and at Hay-on-Wye, where the Book Festival of book festivals is annually celebrated, you can get lost in the joy of the myriad new and second hand book shops.
To the east are the Malvern Hills, Eastnor Castle and closer still the wild wooded walks around Mordiford, Fownhope and Hoarwithy. One visit just won’t be enough!
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Right on the path of the Wye Valley Walk, Three Park Street is a perfect place for R&R.
Plumb on the path, Three Park Street is the perfect Accommodation in Hereford for walkers on the Wye Valley Walk. Well cooked food, rejuvenating massage treatments all add to the great value of our Bed and Breakfast accommodation.
An ideal item for a Wye Valley walker’s itinerary, either for the Hay-on-Wye to Hereford leg, or the Hereford to Ross-on-Wye route. Either way, you enjoy close access to the main attractions of Hereford, and it’s town centre.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Elgar enjoyed the beautiful cycling routes in the area.
The Elgar statue in the grounds of Hereford Cathedral is a reminder of how he enjoyed cycling in the area. He lived just around the corner, and often cycled to Mordiford bridge where the river Lugg merges with the river Wye.
The area is ideal for cycling, especially the quiet lanes in the beautiful countryside within the great meandering loops of the river Wye on it's southern journey to Ross-on-Wye.
If cycling goes with your Accommodation in Hereford, we can hire out a bicycle, and point you in the right direction for city or country routes.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: Three Park Street is ideally situated for the Three Choirs Festival at Hereford Cathedral
The Three Choirs Festival is a music festival, held each August alternately at the cathedrals of the Three Counties of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester. The festival is one of the world’s oldest classical choral music festivals. It originally featured the three choirs of the three counties, and this aspect remains central to the week-long programme. The large-scale choral repertoire is now performed by the Festival Chorus but the festival also features other major ensembles and international soloists.
Three Park Street accommodation is ideally located for the Three Choirs Festival, the Cathedral is just a short walk along the river bank. You can use the map below, in Satellite view, to see for yourself.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: The Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral
The Mappa Mundi is reputed to be the world's most important medieval map. Not quite measuring up to the accuracy of a modern day Google map, it does however give a fascinating insight into the medieval understanding of global topology, as well as the theo-political landscape at the time.
Legend and fact intertwined, a visit to Hereford and Three Park Street Bed and Breakfast provides a chance to see this unique view of the world.
There are numerous activities and attractions to sample on your visit to Hereford. Three Park Street Bed and Breakfast will be happy to advise you on others, depending on you particular interests.
Bed and Breakfast Hereford: B&B Accommodation for the Hay Festival © Finn Beales
The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts is an annual literature festival held in Hay-on-Wye, Wales for ten days from May to June. The festival was described by Bill Clinton in 2001 as "The Woodstock of the mind" while Joseph Heller said it was like a cross between "an international conference and a country wedding".
The festival has expanded in recent years and now includes musical performances and film previews. A children's festival, "Hay Fever", runs alongside the main festival. It has also expanded internationally.
The 2010 festival includes 2009 Man Booker Prize-winner Hilary Mantel, Bill Bryson, Phillip Pullman, Martin Amis and Roddy Doyle.
Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf is set to appear, as is Welsh comedian and broadcaster Rob Brydon, while musical artists will include Christy Moore, Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club and Laura Marling.
Use the map below to plan your journey between Three Park Street and the Hay Festival.
The marker shows the exact position of Three Park Street Bed & Breakfast. Click the Satellite button to see how close we are to the peaceful river walks as well as the bustling town centre.
Click the Google logo (in the bottom left corner) to open the map in a separate window at full size.