Crazy Golf In Herefordshire

We’ve rounded up the best crazy golf in Herefordshire in our search to discover brilliant family attractions and places to visit near you.

Get Swinging With Some Miniature Golf

When it comes to miniature golf in Herefordshire, we are all just swingers in the end, so where to find the best? From glow in the dark golf balls to a Roman ruin fantasy, great locations with alfresco dining areas, unique courses and barmy holes. That’s crazy golf!

Have some fun with family and friends at Matrix! Mini golf courses and other activities. Open daily for groups.

A twelve-hole roman ruin fantasy set in spectacular scenery in the Wye Valley.

An outstanding outdoor crazy golf course with all-weather artificial-turf fairways. The design unites a picturesque roman ruin theme, retro mini golf style and adventure golf features for ultimate playability for all ages.

Everyone loves the challenge of mini golf, and this course is a real leveller so you never know who will win. Where else can children beat their parents with a club in a fair contest?

The 12-hole adventure putting course is for everyone and you don’t need to be a ‘Top Golfer’ to enjoy the challenge. Open all year round, the outdoor floodlit mini golf course enables you to play any time of day or evening.

The adventure is in playing, as you putt your way around the crazy golf course festooned with rocks, plantation, water, pirate rafts and even a shipwreck.

The brand new 12 hole Mini Adventure Golf Course has been built to test the putting skills with slopes and obstacles to challenge even the most accomplished player.

The design layout is wheelchair friendly and enables all ages and abilities to join in the fun with all equipment provided.

After you’ve mastered the mini golf course, why not relax in the garden’s cosy al fresco seating area. If you’re feeling peckish, we have a wide variety of food available, from homemade burgers to fresh pizzas, there’s even something for the kids too.

The Herefordshire Trail is a 150 mile circular walk of Herefordshire visiting five market towns in the county; Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned.

Experience some delightful villages and beautiful countryside, including Golden Valley by the River Dore, a tributary of the Monnow, and black and white villages and orchards and woodland.

Along the way are rural churches, castle ruins and other historic features together with country inns and farmhouses offering bed and breakfast.

Places To Stay Whilst Walking The Herefordshire Trial:

Benhall Farm (Putley – Ross)
CWM Craig Farm (Ross – Kilpeck)
Poston Mill Park (Kilpeck – Turnastone)
Cottage Farm (Turnastone – Whitney Toll Bridge)
Haywood Cabin (Whitney Toll Bridge – Titley)
The Coach House (Titley – Leintwardine)
Monktree Barns (Leintwardine – Orleton)
Talbot Hotel (Orleton – Puddlestone)
Falcon Hotel (Puddlestone – Bishops Frome)
Woodside Country Park (Bishops Frome – Putley)