Glewstone Court, Glewstone, Herefordshire
Glewstone Court is a handsome, Grade II-listed Georgian manor house in acres of grounds, tucked away up a driveway just off the A40 near picturesque Ross on Wye. Offering good-value indulgent short breaks, the historic property has been transformed into a comfortable, family-run country hotel, with nine tastefully furnished bedrooms. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner, with à la carte and six-course tasting menus and a more casual menu, as well as afternoon tea. The bar has an impressive 200-plus wine list plus a wide range of local beers, ciders and spirits. Popular for exclusive-use weddings, celebrations and special events including gourmet wine dinners, the hotel has spacious public rooms and well-established gardens.
Your expert reviewer
The hotel's location is peaceful, yet convenient, being so close to the A40 and the M50 routes west to South Wales and east to Gloucestershire.
By car: around 1 hour from Cardiff, 1 hour 30 minutes from Birmingham and 3 hours from London. There is free parking on site.
By train: trains run to Abergavenny from Cardiff (40 minutes) and Manchester Picadilly (2 hours 15 minutes). The hotel is a 30-minute taxi ride from Abergavenny. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
The hotel is best suited to couples looking for a romantic getaway or families celebrating reunions and special occasions, particularly weddings. The public rooms have plenty of space to spread out and it's easy to find a cosy private corner to enjoy.
Service & Facilities
The hotel has a wonderful bar, with an impressive wine list of 200-plus options, including vintage Bollinger and local wines.
- Afternoon tea
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
The Gainsborough Suite has an awesome 7ft Emperor Bed and amazing views from the French windows. The tasteful but comfortable furnishings help make it feel like you're staying with friends rather than at a hotel.
The Shelley, Keats, Reynolds, Austen, Wordsworth, Landon, Byron, Farquaad rooms, The Gainsborough Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, underfloor heating, TV, free Wi-Fi, coffee and tea-making facilities, homemade biscuits
Food & Drink
We love the menu's creative dishes - local wild boar, beetroot soup with a hint of chocolate and ricotta, three-bird Wellington, game birds wrapped in pastry. The chef's signature scotch egg with homemade brown sauce is delicious.
The Cedar Tree: two AA Rostettes. Formal fine dining, modern British cuisine. Open Wednesday-Saturday 12.30-2.30pm and 5-8pm and Sunday lunch 12-2pm. Dinner mains from £16.
Rooms available from £210 per night
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