Hotels in Herefordshire
Nestled deep in the English countryside bordering the Welsh mountains, Herefordshire offers plenty of rural delights. Feel free to take in Herefordshire's beautiful landscape with its tranquil meadows rich in apple orchards and pear crops. This is cider country, home to many noSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION labels including Bulmers and Strongbow. There are plenty of opportunities to sample some of the finest brews in the land.
A range of Herefordshire hotels offer affordable accommodation catered towards your every need and requirement, to make your stay as pleasant as the idyllic hills of Herefordshire.
After apple picking in the orchards, Hellens Manor in Much Marcle is a living monument to England's heritage. The oldest dwelling in England, this charming old house is replete with every major architectural style including Tudor, Jacobean and Georgian with 12th-century foundations and other sections older still.
Along with copious woodland and a picturesque pond, an enjoyable feature is a working cider mill still used every autumn during the Big Apple weekend.
Hereford Cathedral is famous for housing the glorious Mappa Mundi, a rare medieval treasure depicting a map of the known world. Other highlights include the richly detailed Norman interior, particularly the beautifully detailed columns.
Eastnor Castle is a romantic stately home, familiar due to its regular appearances in film productions. It also features the Land Rover vehicle test track offering visitors a chance to go off-road in some of its latest models. Among other family-friendly treats include the Big Chill festival, firework displays and Mountain Bike Mayhem.
Herefordshire's natural landscape is the perfect playground for adventure. Oaker Wood Leisure Resort contains plenty of action-packed fun including zip-lining, watersports and paintball.
Another illustrious abode is Goodrich Castle, a majestic medieval ruin and masterpiece of military architecture. Situated in the beautiful Symonds Yat valley, the imposing castle offers spectacular views of the surrounding area, making it the perfect choice for a splendid country walk. William Wordsworth was a frequent admirer, claiming Goodrich was the ‘noblest ruin in Herefordshire'.
Herefordshire's most famous export is the Hereford cattle breed. Indeed, the humble creature is a familiar sight among the fields and pastures. Known for being ‘sweet natured and hardy', the animal is a worthy symbol for this sweet-natured county full of enriching experiences. Herefordshire's motto is ‘Fair land, a gift from God'. After a short stay in this blessed region admiring all the joys of country life, you'll find it hard to disagree.
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