Towns In Herefordshire

Explore, discover & experience the market towns in Herefordshire. Eat, sleep, drink & play in Hereford, Ledbury, Leominster, Ross On Wye, Bromyard, Kington, Hay On Wye & The Golden Valley.

Explore The City & Herefordshire Towns

Herefordshire is a largely rural area and a quarter has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is plenty to explore in the towns from the iron age hill forts of the Malvern Hills ridgeway to the woodland walks and limestone gorges of the Wye Valley.

The county of Herefordshire is famous for its food and drink experiences from local food and drink producersBlack and White villages and locations with medieval half-timbered buildings.

Herefordshire is a luscious county hidden in the West Midlands with quaint towns & villages which can be found dotted throughout an unspoilt rural landscape that blossoms all year round.

Find your perfect part of Herefordshire with rural villages and towns that are an ideal place to explore, discover and experience traditional Herefordshire hospitality.

Explore the market towns of Herefordshire: Hereford, Hereford City, Ledbury, Leominster, Ross On Wye, Hay On Wye, Bromyard, Golden Valley & Kington.

Hereford

Visit Hereford and enjoy the city’s attractions and events, and make the most of the best things to do in Hereford.

Visit Hereford

You can get lost in the wonders of museums; savour some delicious traditional and locally sourced food. Eat, sleep and visit this breath taking countryside.
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Hereford City

Hereford City straddles the banks of the River Wye and is the centre of Herefordshire life. A wonderful place for a city break.

Visit Hereford City

Enjoy the vibrant centre of High Town, taking in a show or immersing yourself in our local history and architecture. Find a variety of cuisine.
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Ledbury

Ledbury has a number of timber-framed structures along Church Lane and the Market House on High Street, built in 1617.

Visit Ledbury

Enjoy the vibrant centre of High Town, taking in a show or immersing yourself in our local history and architecture. Find a variety of cuisine.
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Leominster

In the heart of the Marches, Leominster sits halfway between Ludlow in Shropshire and Hereford in Herefordshire.

Visit Leominster

Leominster has medieval black and white buildings and antique shops. Plenty of B&Bs, guest houses, self catering cottages and group accommodation.
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Ross On Wye

Hay On Wye is ideal to explore and enjoy the beautiful border country. No need for public transport to help you get around.

Visit Ross On Wye

There are castles, abbeys, adventure experiences, walking and cycling routes, museums, a film trail (Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Game Of Thrones).
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Hay On Wye

Hay On Wye is ideal to explore and enjoy the beautiful border country. No need for public transport to help you get around.

Visit Hay On Wye

Many say the market day is “the best day in Hay!” so, come to visit, socialise, eat, shop, and, most of all, come to enjoy! There is plenty of things to do in Hay On Wye.
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Bromyard

Bromyard is a market town in the valley of the River Frome. There are traditional half-timbered buildings including pubs.

Visit Bromyard

Eat, sleep, drink and visit this breath taking countryside with the best places to stay and relax near me, great activities, discover what’s on in Bromyard.
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Golden Valley

The Golden Valley sheltered between the Black Mountains and the banks of the River Dore. Area of picturesque countryside.

Visit Golden Valley

Looking for glorious group accommodation, bed and breakfast, camping, caravanning, holiday parks or staying in a yurt, there is plenty of things to do.
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Kington

Kington borders with Powys, offers architecture and retains an agricultural air with a weekly livestock market close to the town centre.

Visit Kington

Excellent cycling and mountain biking country, taking you along quiet lanes or off road bridleways to enjoy the best of views across this border region.
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