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Walking Breaks

Herefordshire Walking

We have quite spectacular walking terrain in North Herefordshire – at The Riverside Inn we have developed 12 very varied circular walks ranging from 3 to 15 miles.

Between them they pass or cross over a glacial gorge, a bronze age burial site, an iron age fort and a murder site in the woods.

We are also at the mid-point of the Mortimer Trail – a 30 mile walk stretching from Ludlow to Kington.  A great half way stop off – why not enjoy our a dinner, bed and breakfast package. This walk takes you over a succession of hills and ridges and rewards you with views of the forests of Radnor, the Black mountains, Clee Hill and the imposing Malvern Hills.

We have step by step guides as well as many OS maps for our guests if needed. We regularly cater for walking parties, both residential and day visitors, just let us know you are coming.

Dogs are always welcome at The Riverside – they can join you in the bar and are also welcome in the bedrooms (£10 charge per night).  If they are wet and muddy from your walk, then please ask for a dog towel and maybe a biscuit from the barrel on the bar!

 

     
River Walk

Dinner, bed & breakfast rates (two people sharing)

We have a fabulous selection of walking books, maps and local information for you to borrow during your stay with us.  We will also be posting details of local events that may be of interest – so do keep checking our website!

Two nights, double or twin en-suite room £280
Two nights, Hayloft or Stable suite £340

Three nights, double or twin en-suite room £420
Three nights, Hayloft or Stable suite £510

Our DBB package includes an allowance of £25 per person (per night) towards dinner taken from the a la carte menu.  Drinks and any additional dinner costs will be added to your bill.

Should you need assistance with transport, please contact us.  There is limited taxi availability in this area but we will do our best to sort something out for you.
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