The Local Area Explore Herefordshire
Local Area Relax – Wander - Explore
There is plenty to do in the locality including horse riding, golf, fishing, walking, visiting antique centres, national trust properties, and several local pubs serving up great food. Although in a rural position we are just minutes away from the three market towns of Leominster, Bromyard and Tenbury Wells all with their individual character and range of independent shops.
Herefordshire is well known as the county for fruit and cider production, the world renowned Hereford Cattle, (seen locally) and also the base for Tyrrells Crisps, Westons Cider and Chase Distillery. The County is one of the most rural and sparsely populated in England and we are pleased to say still enjoys a slower pace of life to that many of you will be used to.
Leominster is an historic market town in Herefordshire dating back to the 7th century. Here you will find a wide variety of shops, cafes, pubs and antique shops, making Leominster the ideal place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling around this historic Herefordshire wool town.
Tenbury Wells is a small ancient market town situated in the very north west of Worcestershire. The River Teme, which runs along the edge of the town, separates Worcestershire and Shropshire and the Herefordshire border is less than a mile away.
Covering 114 hectares of common land and has long been known locally as the Jewel of Herefordshire. This vast expanse of land, forming part of the ancient Manor of Bromyard, offers gentle climbs, ancient woods, impressive views and an abundance of nature.Find out more…
The Malverns are a uniquely beautiful place offering more than just landscape, with beautiful towns and thriving villages to explore. Our festivals, arts and wide choice of attractions will give you reasons to visit for a short break or longer throughout the year.
Berrington Hall is a country house located about 3 miles north of Leominster, Herefordshire, England. During the 20th century it was the seat of the Cawley family. It is a neoclassical country house building that Henry Holland designed in 1778-81 for Thomas Harley.
Ralph Court Gardens
Shelsley Walsh is the oldest motorsport venue in the world still to run events on the original course and is older than Indianapolis, Le Mans or Monza. Brooklands has been and gone, but Shelsley Walsh is still here, as old as the sport but as modern as today.
Kyre Park Gardens
Kyre Park is a privately owned parkland & gardens, laid out in 1754 by Capability Brown. Considered one of the finest gardens in Worcestershire since the mid 1700s, the gardens at Kyre continue to delight.
The King's Head
Docklow, Nr Leominster, HR6 0RX
At slightly more than walking distance (about 2 miles) The Kings Head is the nearest pub. This is a traditional family run country pub with a large beer garden enjoying far reaching views. The pub serves food and drink all day every day.
Kimbolton, nr Leominster, HR6 0HD
A 16th century former drovers inn The Stocktons Cross has been serving hungry (and thirsty) travellers for centuries. It re – opened in May 2018 after an extensive refurbishment. Now serving great food and a wide selection of ales, ciders, wines and soft drinks.
The Fountain Inn
Oldwood common, Tenbury, WR15 8TB
The Fountain Inn is family friendly pub with large beer garden and play area. Why not enjoy a family lunch or lazy afternoon in the beer garden. Order your food and drinks which can be served at the table or outside for you to enjoy alfresco.
The Baiting House
Upper Sapey, nr Bromyard, WR6 6XT
Nestling in glorious countryside where Herefordshire meets Worcestershire the Baiting House offers a very warm welcome. Since reopening in 2016 the refurbished Baiting House has won numerous awards. Enjoy award winning food in a relaxed atmosphere.
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