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photoblog image Bromyard 2 of 5

Bromyard 2 of 5

Bromyard’s famous Falcon Hotel (top left) is a black and white half timbered Tudor building with original beams and charming public rooms. It is family owned and run by John and Jane Silver and offers 2 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in comfortable and individual en-suite bedrooms. Events, including weddings, conferences and private celebrations, can be catered for in the elegant Ballroom, the dramatic and ancient Oak Room and the medieval style Falcon Mews. Food is a speciality prepared by Jane.

 


THE HOP POLE HOTEL (bottom left) is in an imposing south facing position overlooking Bromyard's attractive historic market square.

The hotel premises are constructed of brick under a tiled roof being Grade II Listed and in need of repair and modernisation. At present the hotel is closed.

The property has development potential for conversion to residential, subject to necessary planning permissions.

 

The Clock is dedicated to two local artists with a sense of humour 

Bromyard 2 of 5

Bromyard’s famous Falcon Hotel (top left) is a black and white half timbered Tudor building with original beams and charming public rooms. It is family owned and run by John and Jane Silver and offers 2 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in comfortable and individual en-suite bedrooms. Events, including weddings, conferences and private celebrations, can be catered for in the elegant Ballroom, the dramatic and ancient Oak Room and the medieval style Falcon Mews. Food is a speciality prepared by Jane.

 


THE HOP POLE HOTEL (bottom left) is in an imposing south facing position overlooking Bromyard's attractive historic market square.

The hotel premises are constructed of brick under a tiled roof being Grade II Listed and in need of repair and modernisation. At present the hotel is closed.

The property has development potential for conversion to residential, subject to necessary planning permissions.

 

The Clock is dedicated to two local artists with a sense of humour 

comments (15)

  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 26 Nov 2019, 00:06
quite a tour you've provided

the building process is fascinating. we've viewed some of it in the restoration of listed structures in England.
Bill Phillips: We are lucky to still have many fine old buildings to enjoy Sherri
Jolies maisons anciennes.
Bill Phillips: They are indeed Martine
A beautiful building. I love the wonkiness of those old Tudor constructions.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Michael. Yes those old timber frame buildings are a delight
Positively charming, Bill! I love the montage and your info!
Bill Phillips: Thanks E
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 26 Nov 2019, 06:32
What a beautiful town! I liker your collage very much!
Bill Phillips: It has a lot of charm Philine
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 26 Nov 2019, 06:56
Nice ....
Bill Phillips: Indeed.....
  • Chris
  • England
  • 26 Nov 2019, 07:16
You have captured the essence of this photogenic place
Bill Phillips: I am delighted you think so
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 26 Nov 2019, 08:52
It looks a bit like Chester.
Bill Phillips: But not like Marshal Dillon
Definitely a place for man with camera.
Bill Phillips: I enjoyed a happy hour there Brian
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 26 Nov 2019, 13:34
Is that Adam and Eve on the clock, Bill?
Bill Phillips: No it is just a couple of folks without clothes.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Nov 2019, 16:23
The clock appears to have no hands; it must be a timeless piece. Mixed reviews for the Falcon Hotel on Tripadvisor but mainly positive on the whole.
Bill Phillips: True.

You can't please everybody and half the reviews are just people hoping for a freebie
That Falcon Hotel is quite a survival!
Bill Phillips: It certainly is
i like this place, Bill. i do not have a particular opinion on the redevelopment as long as the new owners do know make major alterations or permanently modify something. there are some bungalows in Singapore that are 'frozen' to the extent that the owners cannot hammer a nail in the walls.
Bill Phillips: We have a system of listed buildings. Grade 1 listed buildings cannot be modified at all and there are strict restrictions on grade 2.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 27 Nov 2019, 07:39
Great pictures!!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Lady P
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Dec 2019, 22:20
It kind of overpowers one!
Bill Phillips: It is very black and white grin

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