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Belmont Abbey, Belmont


The Abbey is situated about three miles southeast of historic Hereford. The exterior is composed of local pink sandstone, simple and unadorned, particularly the west front that evokes the classical monastic facades of the 14th century. The interior of the church reflects warm Bath Stone and reveals hundreds of angels in stained glass windows, statues and paintings.

The accommodation provided is 17 twin or double rooms each with private bath, TV, telephone, complimentary tea or coffee maker. Non-smoking rooms or extra bed/cot on request.

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14th century buildings

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Accommodation within monastery







Recommended walks

Historic houses


Arrival information & directions

Address: Hedley Lodge, Belmont Abbey, Hereford, Herefordshire, HerefordHR2 9RZ, United Kingdom

By car: From London take M4 to Junction 15, then take A419/417. After the Gloucester bypass takes the B4213 via Newent to M50 junction 3. Take the road to Ross-on-Wye, and from there take the A49 to Hereford. Once in Hereford follow the A465 Abergavenny Road for two miles and turn right up to Ruckhall Road. Hedley Lodge is on the left-hand side.

By train: Take a train from London Paddington (via Newport or Ox- ford), Birmingham or Manchester and get off at Hereford Railway Station. From there take a taxi. The Abbey is about 3 1/2 miles from the station.

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