Leominster is an old wool town, well known for its Ryelands sheep and its beautiful medieval buildings that remain today. A picturesque town with narrow cobbled streets and an abundance of black and white timber framed buildings.

Visit Leominster

Leominster is an ancient Herefordshire market town that lies in the North on the River Lugg. The Black & White Village Trail begins in Leominster a delightful 40-mile course through sleepy country lanes, timeless villages, and the attractive little towns of Dilwyn, Weobley, Sarnesfield, Kinnersley, Eardisley, Kington, Lyonshall, Pembridge and Eardisland.

Dotted with bookshops, quaint cafes and a wealth of antique treasures, Leominster has a calming effect that is perfect if you want to escape the urban stresses and strains.

Places To Eat In Leominster

Find some great spots to dine, drink, and feast in Leominster. There are plenty of places to stop for a treat – whether you fancy a light bite or a hearty meal, we have something for everyone. These are a few of our favourite places to eat in Leominster.

Riverside Inn Aymestry

Riverside Inn Aymestrey The Riverside Inn Aymestrey – winner of Visit England ‘Best Tourism Pub

Oak Wigmore

Oak Wigmore The Oak Wigmore is a beautifully restored 16th century coaching inn. We serve

Monkland Cheese Dairy

Monkland Cheese Dairy Monkland Cheese Dairy have a very simple menu. Our classic offering is

Monkland Arms

Monkland Arms Allie & Jed welcome you to a village pub with folk at it’s

Things To Do In Leominster

There are many tourist attractions in and around Leominster, if you fancy an adrenalin filled day at Oaker Wood Leisure or a leisurely day cider tasting at the Orgasmic Cider Company, there is sure to be something to keep you busy. If castles and grand stately homes are more your cup of tea, then why not visit one or the four National Trust Properties in Herefordshire, Berrington Hall is just 10 minutes from Leominster.

Visit Leominster Priory, a place of gathering for over 1350 years where you can reflect on medieval justice, with a look at one of England’s last surviving ducking stools or take the innovative tablet tour to discover the secrets of the Grade II* listed timber-framed market hall built by John Abel in 1633, Grange Court.

Hereford Raceway

Outdoor Activities

The highest rated kart track in the UK, fast & challenging 600 metre race circuit....

Stockton Bury Gardens

Stockton Bury Gardens Stockton Bury Gardens near Leominster in Herefordshire – the perfect place for

The Grove

Indoor & Outdoor Activities

Bowling lanes, two 9 hole golf courses & the Hickory Stick restaurant......

Queenswood - Walking In Herefordshire Woods

Queenswood Queenswood is the only designated country park in the county. It includes an arboretum

Places To Stay In Leominster

A mix of the charming, modern, and tried and tested places to stay. Fancy sleeping somewhere more memorable than a hotel room or regular campsite? From bell tents to luxury self-catering accommodation, you will have a night to remember in these spectacular places to stay in Leominster.

Arrow Bank Holiday Park Leominster

Arrow Bank Holiday Park Arrow Bank Holiday Park is a static caravan holiday home and

Woonton Court Farm

Woonton Court Farm Enjoy traditional hospitality and experience authentic country life at Woonton Court Farm,

Burton Court Leominster

Burton Court Burton Court is a family run enterprise that offers a truly unique location

Herefordshire Hideaways


Quirky & unusual places to stay in beautiful Herefordshire, perfect glamping holiday......

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.

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)

Poston Mill Leominster

Are you looking for what’s on in Leominster?

Enjoy a mix of music events in Herefordshire, history and heritage events, lively performing and visual arts events whilst visiting Leominster – our guide to Leominster events and days out is just the ticket.