Herefordshire is a beautiful county, that offers more than you think
With a wealth of of varied landscapes, places to see and fascinating history Herefordshire is situated in unspoilt countryside, with market towns of distinctive character and a wealth of varied landscapes from a historic City to fascinating villages.
Follow Cider Routes or visit historic houses, local museums, castle ruins – an evocative reminder of early border strife – or gardens ranging from the delights of the traditional cottage garden to formal gardens with statuary and flowing water in a country house setting.
Autumn is a particularly beautiful time to visit. Not only are the woodland colours superb – a visit to Queenswood Arboretum is a must – but the cider apples ripen and production begins and harvest festivals county-wide celebrate the safe gathering-in of the crops.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Herefordshire:
Take a trip to the city of Hereford or the surrounding areas of Ledbury and Leominster all situated in Herefordshire. There are so many more opportunities to take up for Tourist Information Sites in the area.
If you would like run your own Tourist Information Site for a Village, Town or City in Herefordshire just visit JoinGreatBritishTourism.co.uk and get started today!
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