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Why should I visit Ledbury in Herefordshire? Firstly, Ledbury is steeped in history; in 1645 the Royalists fought with Oliver Cromwell's troops in the main street which the Royalists won.
- Ledbury is a Herefordshire market town that lies east of Hereford, and west of the Malvern Hills.
- The town has a significant number of timber-framed structures along Church Lane and High Street.
- Church Lane is a much-photographed cobbled medieval street which leads into the Parish Church.
- The timber framed Market House was built in 1617 and therefore of great historical interest.
- One of the most visited attractions near Ledbury is Eastnor Castle which dates back to Georgian times.
- Many family events are held in the grounds of Eastnor like Lakefest.
- If you want to discover more about the historic town then visit the Ledbury Heritage Centre.
- The Butcher Row House is a Folk Museum and has many objects of local history on view.
- The most beautiful vineyard in England, Coddington Vineyard is also near to Ledbury which produces over 4000 bottles of wine each year.
- If you love wine then buy tickets from the local wine growers that host wine tasting events and tours in Herefordshire.
- If you are a tourist you will find plenty of places to drink, eat and sleep.
- Find breath-taking countryside with the best places to relax and stay including bed and breakfast cottages, self-catering breaks and hotel getaways.
- Ledbury offers camping, caravanning and glamping trips which makes it a great family holiday destination.
- Discover and experience the latest events and what’s on in Ledbury.
- Do you love poetry? Then join hundreds for the 10-day long Ledbury Poetry Festival.