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My daughter and I stayed for one night en-route to Cardiff. We recieved a warm and friendly welcome from all the staff.
Our room was lovely and the view from the bed was stunning but during the night we were awoken a few times by...More
As I pen this review, something is telling me not to. The reason for this is quite simple. I don’t want to find there is no room availability when I next visit the area. If you read this review, you should quite rightly be thinking...More
We spotted an offer for Glewstone Court and checked the dates before booking via the offer. Despite an error in the offering group's advertisement, Glewstone Court immediately offered to honour our requested dates - and it got even better from there.
Fine welcome, fine food...More
We're here enjoying a couple of days in the beautiful county of Herefordshire and couldn't be staying in a better place. Glewstone Court is a very comfortable friendly place to stay with great food and wine. Our meal on both nights has been superb and...More
Friendly staff and beautiful surroundings, fantastic for exploring the Wye Valley and local areas. Our room was small but very cosy and the breakfast was delicious! However the breakfast room was very cold in the morning. Enjoyed our stay.
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Glewstone Court Country House is a family owned and run iconic Manor House dating back to 1709 with original Georgian and Regency features. You approach the property past a magnificent 400 year old Cedar of …MoreLebanon. Our restaurant holds an AA 2 Rosette Award for its innovative menu and the use of quality, fresh local ingredients; organic and free-range whenever possible. It has a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that permeates the bedrooms, lounge bar and restaurants. Herefordshire is superb walking county and although the Hotel is a 'hidden gem', you're still only 3 miles from Ross-on-Wye. Alternatively you can relax by the log fires, or on fine days laze in the gardens with a glass of beer, wine or bubbly! Less
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The Forest of Dean is about 15 mins by car. It is one of the greatest and oldest indigenous-tree forests in the country, a place loved by film crews because it is so astonishingly scenic. There are loads of cycle routes... More
The Forest of Dean is about 15 mins by car. It is one of the greatest and oldest indigenous-tree forests in the country, a place loved by film crews because it is so astonishingly scenic. There are loads of cycle routes through the forest. Apparently I'm not allowed to post weblinks in this answer but if you search for Forest of Dean cycle routes you'll come up trumps. Enjoy!