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// Ledbury


The Feathers Hotel ROARING LOGS FIRES AND COSY SOFAS


Dating back to 1564, The Feathers Hotel dominates Ledbury’s High Street. Inside you will find roaring logs fires and cosy sofas. There are many areas to eat or drink with Fuggles Brasserie being a firm favourite amongst locals.


During the summer months many take advantage of the beautiful courtyard garden, which catches the sun late into the evening. Surrounded by trees and birdsong it is sometimes easy to forget you are right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of a vibrant market town.


With help from John Nash Antiques and Interiors, the function rooms at The Feathers Hotel - The Courtyard Rooms - have been delicately renovated. Now with pale, pastel colours and light carpets the Courtyard Rooms make for a much more attractive space to host all sort of events such as weddings, anniversaries or birthday parties.


The excitement continues at The Feathers with their leisure spa, private dining opportunities, meeting spaces and much more.


So if you are planning any events, big or small in the coming months why not discover The Feathers Hotel.


THE FEATHERS HOTEL 25 High Street, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1DS


T. 01531 635266 www.feathers-ledbury.co.uk


Events and Special Occasions at the Feathers Hotel Ledbury


Special Events For 20 - 100 Guests


Te Feathers Hotel 25 High Street ,


Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1DS.


T: 01531 635266. www.feathers-Ledbury.co.uk / 77


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