In Herefordshire, you’ll discover breathtaking views, wonderful walks, intriguing history, charming market towns, quaint pubs and a host of outdoor activities to try... from horse riding to kayaking to zip wires. Whatever you enjoy doing, Herefordshire has something for you. Here are some of our favourite things to do…
Ross-on-Wye is a charming market town overlooking the River Wye and close to the Forest of Dean, while Ledbury also has a number of mediaeval buildings and lies close to the Malvern Hills. Hereford itself is a cathedral city situated on the River Wye and is home to the 13th century Mappa Mundi.
"Excellent"... Both the South Herefordshire and the Ross Golf Club welcome visitors, but tee times need to be booked in advance.
Herefordshire is famed for its beautiful historic villages, characterised by their timbered buildings, often dating back to Medieval times. The 40-mile black and white village trail, north of Hereford, leads you through the most spectacular of them - including Eardisland and Lyonshall.
Canoe, kayak or cycle from Symonds Yat as you take in the beauty of the River Wye.