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Herefordshire is a beautiful county, famous for their quality produce it’s a favourite with foodies. With its breath-taking countryside, there are areas of outstanding natural beauty stretching from the lush Wye valleys to the remote Malvern hills. The county’s festivals are famous for their wide range of ciders beers and country music. Woodland lodges and hot tub cottages are popular.

Weather Averages

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MARCH - MAY High 13.47°c Low 5.95°c Precipitation 0.06mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 20.62°c Low 12.78°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 14.66°c Low 8.2°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 7.9°c Low 2.2°c Precipitation 0.08mm/hr

THINGS TO DO IN Herefordshire

Herefordshire is home to several busy Market Towns. The quaint rural villages are an ideal place to potter, browse, explore and sample traditional Herefordshire hospitality. There’s also ample opportunity to go shopping including The Hop Pocket Shopping Village and The Wye Valley Brewery and much more! There's something for everyone in Herefordshire!

Ross on Wye

Ross-on-Wye is as a market town, in south Herefordshire. It is widely regarded as being the ideal holiday centre to explore the Wye Valley. With castles, abbeys, adventure experiences, walking and cycling routes and museums, you’ll never be short of things to do.


Hereford is a lovely city with a lively atmosphere, offering a wide variety of things to do. With many museums and art galleries, it’s easy to discover its hidden heritage. Along with this, there are also several activities such as Paintballing and Guided tours for you to enjoy.


When looking for beautiful scenery and delightful black and white villages you simply cannot beat Leominster Country. Famed for its timber-framed architecture, this northern area of Herefordshire has much to offer, including two exceptional National Trust properties, several outstanding gardens, stately homes, farm attractions, golfing, horse riding and other activities.


Herefordshire’s rich country side, burnt fertile soil and mild climate ensures its reputation for quality cows, sheep, cider, hops and vineyards is watertight. The area’s climate ensures the earliest and sweetest Wye Valley asparagus as well as the tastiest Hereford Cider. One of the many notable places to eat is Castle House in Hereford Orles Barn in Ross-on-Wye.


There are excellent motorway and main road links with the rest of the UK. We’re just 3 hours from London and 1 ½ hours from Birmingham International Airport. There are railway stations at Hereford, Leominster, Colwall and Ledbury. Direct trains run to Hereford daily. The nearest major international airports are Birmingham, Cardiff and Bristol. Car hire is available at all airports and throughout Herefordshire.