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    Bedrooms 2
  • £58 - £80 per room per night


Hereford, Ross on Wye, Wye Valley. An idyllic location. Log fires. In parts dating back to the early 1700s, 'Prickett's Place' has been renovated to a very high standard.

Situated mid way between Hereford and Ross on Wye, in the beautiful Wye Valley.   Built of local stone and in parts dating back to the early 1700s, ‘Prickett’s Place’ has been extensively renovated to a very high standard over the past 3 years and now offers the charm of a country cottage with cosy log fires, together with all modern facilities.

‘Prickett’s Place’ is in the small hamlet of Bolstone, 2.5 miles from Holme Lacy and 3 miles from Hoarwithy, overlooking the wonderful Herefordshire countryside.  Little has changed in over 200 years, it feels as if time has stood still and that hectic way of life is in another world, yet we are still close enough to main roads in order not to feel totally isolated.

Your hostess was the overall winner of AA UK Landlady of the Year in 2001/2. 

We pride ourselves on the choice and quality of our home cooked food.  Our 5 course a la carte breakfast menu offers an excellent choice.  Home baked bread, homemade preserves and our own free range eggs.  Special diets can be catered for.

Both double en-suite bedrooms are furnished to a high standard, have Freeview digital T.V., DAB radio alarm clock and free WI-FI internet access.  Hospitality tray, with a wide choice of teas and coffee.  Biscuits and fresh fruit are also provided.  One of the bedrooms has its own sitting room with a single bed of excellent quality, making it a superb family room.  This room can also be used as two adjoining rooms, making it ideal for friends travelling together or for a couple who prefer a twin room.



National Rating
5 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Meadow View
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    Sleeps 2
  • £58 - £74 per room per night
  • 'Meadow View'
  • En-Suite

' Meadow View'  Is  a very comfortable double room, with a recently fitted en-suite wet room.  Overlooking a busy birdtable and meadow land.  Cows are usually grazing in this field.

Hospitality tray, TV, Dab radio, wi-fi

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    Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

    The Woodlands
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    Sleeps 3
  • £55 - £80 per room per night

The Woodlands suite is situated above our new barn to the side of the hourse.  This lovely suite of rooms consists of a double en-suite bedroom and sitting room.  The sitting room can accommodate a third adult or child, if necessary.  Overlooking farmland and ancient woodland makes it Ideal for a short or long stay .  Small silent fridge.  Hospitality tray, tv, dvd player, DAB radio Wifi.

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Additional Directions Information

Situated mid way between the City of Hereford and the Historic Market Town of Ross on Wye, ‘Prickett’s Place’ is set in the beautiful countryside of the Wye Valley, in the small hamlet of Bolstone where little has changed in over 200 years. It feels like time has stood still and that hectic way of life is in another world, yet still close enough to main roads, in order not to feel totally isolated.

Being a small hamlet, Bolstone does not appear on all maps but is situated 3 miles from Hoarwithy and 2½ miles from Holme Lacy. We can be located using Sat Nav HR2 6LZ. ‘Prickett’s Place’ is also marked clearly on OS Explorer Map 189 Hereford & Ross-on Wye.

Directions from Holme Lacy

As you arrive in Holme Lacy, look out for the Agricultural College. Opposite the college you will see a brown tourism sign to Holme Lacy House Hotel (this is a Warner Hotel), follow this sign and drive past the entrance to the hotel and keep going straight on along the lane, past the brown tourism sign for an Historic Church. 1 mile further on you will come to a junction with a finger post pointing left to Ballingham and another brown tourist sign to ‘The Cottage of Content’ (this is the local pub). Please ignore this turning and keep going straight on up the hill for a further ¾ of a mile, looking out for the third property on the right hand side which is ‘Prickett’s Place'. If you arrive at another junction you have just passed us by approximately 400 yards.


Directions from Hoarwithy

With the ‘Harp’ public house on your right hand side, follow the road and take the right hand fork and then take the immediate left hand turn, following the signs for ‘The Cottage of Content’. Follow the road along the river for 1½ miles. Eventually you will come to the ‘Cottage of Content’ (this is the local pub) it appears to be directly in front of you but is actually on the left hand side of the road which bends sharply to the right. Take the next turning on the left, signposted Bolstone. Follow the lane until you reach the grass triangle and turn right towards Holme Lacy, passing the farm on your right hand side. ‘Prickett’s Place’ is the first property on your left hand side

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