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ROYAL HOTEL

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Hotel, built in 1837 on the site of the palace or manor house of the Bishops of Hereford. This stood at the west end of the churchyard and was ruinous by 1509. Excavations carried out prior to the construction of the hotel revealed a vaulted chamber, thought to have formed part of the medieval building. The Bishops palace is recorded as defensible in 1166-67. The 19th century hotel is three storeyed and stuccoed.

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