This county is one of the most rural and sparsely populated in England, with the Historic City of Hereford at the centre. Bordering with Wales and having Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and much, much more beside, Herefordshire is the place to stay.
Why Herefordshire?
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'Why Herefordshire'

This county is one of the most rural and sparsely populated in England, and at the centre of Herefordshire is the Historic City of Hereford, with its 11th century Cathedral which houses the world famous chain library and Mappa Mundi.

Herefordshire is a historic and ceremonial county in the West Midlands region of England. It borders the English ceremonial counties of Shropshire to the north, Worcestershire to the east, Gloucestershire to the south-east, and the Welsh preserved counties of Gwent to the south-west and Powys to the west.

Bordering with Wales, it has many castles, historic houses and churches of interest to visit. Herefordshire is anomalous in that its highest point, the Black Mountain is the highest land in England south of Yorkshire. However, the hill is on the border with Wales, where there are higher points in its range.

Enjoy some of the peaceful walks through our county, and take in the abundance of animals and wildlife.

Follow the Mortimer Trail, Black and White Village Trail or the Cider Route; to mention just a few.

The River Wye, which at 135 miles is the fifth-longest in the United Kingdom, enters the county after briefly being its border with Powys. It flows through both Hereford and Ross-on-Wye before becoming returning to Wales. Leominster is situated on the River Lugg, a tributary of the Wye.

Visit many of our formal or informal gardens.

The list goes on; you can never run out of ideas in our beautiful country side, which is why once you have visited, you will want to keep on returning time and time again.

Walking, touring, fishing or relaxing is the way to enjoy our traditional Market towns and wonderful picturesque villages of our county.

There are two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the county. The Wye Valley is located in the river's valleys south of Hereford, while the Malvern Hills are in the East of the county, along its border with Worcestershire.

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