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Hotels in Hereford

Fancy a weekend in one of Britain's oldest and most picturesque cities? Head to Hereford, a quaint cathedral city that dates back over a thousand years. Once a site of great strategic importance to the nobles who ruled the area, Hereford is now the perfect place to enjoy some beautiful architecture and plenty of history. And there's no need to spend like a noble while you're doing it. With Travelodge's great selection of cheap hotels in Hereford, you'll have plenty of money left over for the important things: cider and souvenirs.

Cheap hotels in Hereford

Two of Travelodge's brilliantly cheap hotels in Hereford are located right in heart of the city. The Hereford hotel and the Hereford Grafton hotel are both less than five miles from the train station, with the Hereford Hotel only half a mile from the historic cathedral. What's more, both hotels feature our new comfy king-size beds, complete with four plump pillows and comfy duvet, so you'll be sure of a great night's sleep. Our Ludlow Woofferton hotel and the Ludlow hotel both have unbeatable transport links for exploring the surrounding countryside, while our Worcester hotel, situated in the centre of charming Worcester, provides the perfect base from which to explore both Worcester and Hereford, each boasting their own beautiful cathedrals. Finally, the Gloucester hotel is situated on the lovely Gloucester Quays and is less than a mile from Gloucester train station.

Things to do near Hereford

As well as Hereford Cathedral, why not visit Goodrich Castle which is an excellent example of a Norman medieval stronghold. Or perhaps Belmont Abbey, a grade 2 listed building built in 1854, featuring some outstanding stained glass windows. Spend a day at Hereford's Cider Museum and King Offa Distillery and sample the famous local tipple; you'll have the opportunity to see how cider has been brewed for centuries. Similarly, the Waterworks Museum traces the history of drinking water, right from our earliest cave-dwelling ancestors to the present day.