Kington

Kington is a small market town located in the county of Herefordshire, in the West Midlands region of England. It is situated in the Arrow Valley and is known for its picturesque countryside and natural beauty.

The town has a rich history and heritage, with a number of historical landmarks and sites to visit, including the Kington Museum, St. Mary’s Church, and the Offa’s Dyke path which passes through the town.

The town is also known for its annual Kington Show, which is a traditional agricultural show that has been held since 1844.

Kington has a small population and is a popular destination for short breaks. Kington is a walkers are welcome town which hold two walking festivals; Kington Spring Walk and the Walking Festival.

It is the ideal base for the Black and White Villages Trail. Perfect for cyclists and nature enthusiasts.

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Popular destination town with excellant routes, enjoy views Bradnor Hill & Hergest Ridge......

Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or outdoor activities there are plenty of things to do in Kington, something for everyone......

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Memorable walk amid spectacular countryside. You can stroll sections or walk the whole trail over a couple of weeks......

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Modern comforts for guests. Visit the spa & relax. Enjoy a restaurant meal, or snacks in the bar......

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Steeped in history, the New Inn has been the centre of the community for centuries. A local pub, warm welcome. Hearty, home cooked food......

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Offering locally sourced food to create inspirational menus. Event catering, weddings & functions. A la carte & tasting menus......