Charades Guest House

Charades Guest House
32 Southbank Road
View location

Charades is an excellent base to explore Hereford and the surrounding area. The house was built in 1877 and sits in large gardens which guests can enjoy.

It has retained many of its original Victorian features, such as fireplaces, high ceilings and coving. Charades is in a quiet conservation area, close to a lovely park, with a large, well lit private car park within the grounds of the house.

Our prices start at a very reasonable £55 pppn (for single occupancy); with a standard double room at £69 pounds and superior rooms at £80 per night. Prices include a delicious traditional grill or vegetarian breakfast served in the elegant dining room.
 Accommodation is within easy walking distance of the town and the local bus and train stations are approximately five – ten minutes walk away.

Conveniently situated for the County and Nuffield Hospitals as well as the Sixth Form College, Herefordshire College of Technology, and the Royal National College for the Blind.

Our six bedrooms all have en-suite with power showers, some giving spectacular views over the city, the Cathedral, and the Black Mountains beyond. All beds are made up in top quality Egyptian cotton bedding and come with a colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and hospitality tray. Wi-Fi access is complimentary during your stay. There is also a big collection of Titanic memorabilia on display for you to enjoy.


Check in is daily between 3pm and 9pm.  We are flexible outside these times but we do need guests to let us know their plans should they need an alternative check in. Check out is 10.30am. 7 Days a week with the exception of Christmas and New Year.
Charades Guest House

Directions & Parking

32 Southbank Road
After turning into Southbank Road (off Aylestone Hill ), take the first right hand turn into Southbank Close, then first left up into Charades car park.

Caring For The Planet

We are committed to continuous improvements in environmental performance. We are responsible in areas of energy consumption, saving water, waste management e.g recycling and composting. We also use local suppliers as much as possible to purchase breakfast ingredients e.g Philips and Preece local award winning Butcher.

Charades Guest House Recommends

An ideal place for exploring local landmarks: Hereford City Cathedral with the Mappa Mundi and the chain library exhibition, cider trails, Eastnor Castle, Wye Valley walk,  Brecon Beacons, local market towns.