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You can visit Hereford, Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Hay-on-Wye, Monmouth, Abergavenny or take long walks in the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains or Malvern Hills. Sporting and recreational facilities can be arranged for you. These include golf, riding, fishing, shooting, gym and hot air ballooning. 

FOR a get-away to rural Britain, Herefordshire offers a wonderful opportunity. Enjoy the quiet 'black and white' villages - an architectural trip back in time to the Tudor period, or the Golden Valley, nestled against the Black Mountains. Visit castles, historic houses, and ancient churches. Shop in the market towns and take a little bit of Herefordshire back home.

Explore along Offa's Dyke Path, following the 8th century barrier between the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia and Wales. Follow the Cider Route to nine different mills producing over 60 million gallons per year.

Easily accessible by road and rail, but off the beaten path, Herefordshire offers something for everyone.

VIEWS across the city are dominated by the 11th century Cathedral situated on the River Wye. Hereford offers everything from the ancient to the modern. It's most famous attraction is the 13th century Mappa Mundi, a unique map of the world, and the world's largest Chained Library, with books dating from the 8th century.

Enjoy the many museums and visit the variety of unique shops in the Left Bank Village. Centrally located, Hereford provides an excellent base for exploring throughout England's most rural county.


www.leftbank.co.uk - The Left Bank Village, a recent addition to Hereford, has a specialist shopping village, restaurant, bar, and conference centre on one site. Left Bank have events like black tie, and themed evenings.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk - People of all ages are members of the National Trust, who own many beauty spots and fine houses. The Weir, a tranquil waterside woodland west of Hereford is National Trust-owned.

www.thisisherfordshire.co.uk- For News, Leisure, Sport, What to Do and Where to Go.

www.weobley.co.uk - Hidden in the Herefordshire hills, Weobley is a picturesque timber-frame village which will delight the visiting traveller.

www.eastnorcastle.co.uk - Eastnor Castle has something for all the family. Although it is only just under 200 years old, Eastnor Castle is a great example of Gothic and Norman architectural revivalism.

www.courtyard.co.uk- The Courtyard is Hereford City's brilliant centre for the arts. Drama, Visual Arts, Dance, Orchestras - there is something for everyone. The Courtyard also serves food.

www.hay-on-wye.co.uk - Explore the small attractive market town of Hay on Wye and visit the biggest collection of second hand book shops in the country.