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Recently stayed a couple of nights at Trericket Mill, a vegetarian b & b plus a bunkhouse and campsite in the Wye Valley mid wales. The b and b is in a beautifully restored mill (grade 2 star listed).

The bunkhouse and campsite are situated in an old cider orchard close by the b and b. Trericket Mill is a marvelous b and b, gorgeous building and location, wonderful hosts and fabulous veggie and vegan evening meals available to staying guests (in b and b, as well as in the bunkhouse and campsite, subject to space in their dining room) The breakfasts are great too! My vegan evening meal was absolutely delicious. There's loads to do in nearby areas, canoeing, sightseeing, walking, climbing etc, Hereford and the bookshop town of Hay on Wye.

Highly recommended.

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    Posted by ilanrubin at 07/29/10 00:28:43

    YES! We loved the food; the accomodation was very comfortable; the hosts were welcoming and helpful; the location was excellent. We also highly recommend! Cynthia and Ilan Rubin, Jerusalem, Israel.

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    Posted by Double Dare at 05/08/11 12:55:02

    The Wye Valley, either side of or along the border, is a nice area to visit. If you take a detour to Much Marcle near Ledbury you can visit Henry Weston's Cider Farm - and yes the cider is vegan!

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