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Redbrook overlooks the River Wye and a riverside park created by the local community to mark the millennium. A little above the river is the 19th century Church of St Saviour. Redbrook was the northern terminus of the Wye Valley Railway. When it closed, its rails were taken up and sent to France during WWII.
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Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
A beautiful barn conversion, which had been a B&B several years ago, has had their touch put on it and guests will enjoy accommodation with a touch of luxury whilst maintaining the character of the building and the surrounding area.
Their ‘nothing is too much trouble’ attitude and approach will make your stay a memorable one in this beautiful part of the country.
We source locally produced food from suppliers in the area wherever possible and we try and use as much orgainc produce as we can. We offer a variety of breakfasts to suit your taste and we make our own bread, jam, marmalade and yogurt.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Can pick up from route (path), if notice is given.