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86% would recommend it to a friend
The rooms are accessed via a separate entrance to the pub and have been recently refurbished to a high standard.
Breakfast and the evening meals were to a high standard with plenty of choice.
Staff were very friendly and the pub had a welcoming atmosphere with cask ales available. We had a two day break with friends and all of us were impressed with the quality and excellent value for money. Highly recommended
The staff are really good
Why Look Further For An Overnight Stop In Hereford
I found The Kilpeck Inn after looking at the usual chain hotels for an overnight stay in Hereford for a tourist visit.
Rather than being in the centre of town, surrounded by supermarkets and ring roads, The Kilpeck Inn offers good accommodation in a lovely setting with excellent food at a similar price. We were pleased with the Inn and its friendly staff. The food was excellent - breakfast cooked to order that had not been sitting waiting for you was a bonus. The room was clean and well furnished. If you get the chance, go and visit Kilpeck church a short stroll up the lane - a Saxon church with some remarkable stone carvings. The only thing to be aware of is that the accommodation is up a flight of stairs which could be difficult if your mobility is not great - but I managed. In all, The Kilpeck Inn is thoroughly recommended!
We stayed in Dore, the smallest room (all the others had already been booked).
Yes, on friday night we were disturbed by a party celebrating in the restaurant but had previously read other reviews so were prewarned. But Saturday night was very quiet. Beautiful setting. Quality of room outstanding, although the large bed was a little too soft for me. Food excellent. Staff very friendly. Have already recommended to friends and,yes, we would happily stay there again.
Small strugleing village Inn
The location was ideal for us as the mother in law lives in Hereford so were looking for somewhere we could use as she is in need of a little help from the family following a fall.
The food was great if you like real country food and the room was ok for are needs. Check in is not before 17.30 which is a little late. The one thing that as really spoiled it was when we come to pay the bill. They tried to charge me around £18 more than it should have been due to drinks we had not had been added to are bill. We knew what we had and got the extras knocked off but it has put us off future use. So beware.
I do not want to let the secret out
The secret means more people will book a break at the Kilpeck and perhaps I won't be able to stay.
Having lived near Kilpeck I know how beautiful and peaceful the area is. The hotel is in the heart of the village with views over the local countryside. immaculate room with a comfortable bed and as you would expect real linen sheets. The breakfast delicious and the staff always pleasant and helpful.
Dinner on Friday eve.fabulous Breakfast and service on Saturday morning excellent Breakfast on Sunday morning not so good on service or quality - different chef and staff perhaps.
Room very short of disposables, only about 10 kleenex left in the box, 1 shower gel for two people for two days and no top up of milk, tea or hot chocolate for the second night. There were a few items of cleanliness that have been missed. We could not ask for extras as did not get back to the room before pub closed.
peace and relaxation
I loved this inn.
quiet, friendly, very comfortable and ideal for my needs.
I have stayed here before and would highly recommend it, lovely location, great pub and food.
One recommendation would be to contact the hotel before you stay as I had booked 2 rooms for me and a colleague and when we arrived they had only 1 room booked which coursed use to have to share a twin room as it was late not sure who was to blame but for piece of mind.
overnight at The Kilpeck Inn
The room was very small but comfortable and very clean with adequate cupboard space.
The bathroom was very well-appointed particularly given the age of the building and the shower worked well. There was the usual tray of tea-and instant coffee-making facilities but, in keeping with the Inn's green ethic, no individual cartons of UHT milk. Instead there was a note telling us to ask for fresh milk in the bar. We approved of this system but on both the occasions when we went down to ask for milk there was no-one there so we did not get any milk. The evening meal in the restaurant was of a very high standard and although there were only two waitresses serving and the restaurant was very busy the service was pleasant, thoughtful and efficient with the feeling that nothing was too much trouble. We had a very comfortable night's sleep but after we had gone to bed (admittedly it was not terribly late; between 11 and 11.30pm) we were kept awake by the sound of children running up and down on uncarpeted floors and shouting for about half an hour. All the other guests appeared to be mature couples like ourselves so we assumed that the children live at the inn and were not guests. The breakfast was excellent with a good choice and the food was locally produced and of high quality. Those guests who asked for tea were given a pot of tea at their table. However we chose coffee and were only given one cup each. We would usually expect either to be offered more coffee or to be given a cafetiere at the table. The staff were all very friendly and the location of the Inn is perfect.