Ludlow A beautiful Elizabethan and Georgian Town with 11th century castle , numerous antique shops and known for it’s food and restaurants. Probably the most beautiful town in Britain. You could easily spend a day wondering about, shopping and eating. We really recommend you go there.
Presteigne Very pretty Georgian Town. Judge’s Lodgings are very interesting.
Hay on Wye Featured in the above image. Famous for it’s bookshops and the Hay literary festival around the end of May when it is really vibrant and fun. Lots of interesting shops, pubs and restaurants. Go for a walk on Hay Bluff followed by a goat’s milk ice cream at Shephards.
Leominster The centre is lovely. There are some really good antique shops, it’s gradually getting more well known but there are still some bargains – most of the best shops are on Broad Street.
Hereford Fabulous Norman cathedral, the mappa mundi, the river Wye – good place to dring and eat on the left bank. Multiplex cinema in the best bult open plan shopping centre there could be. Clun A 45 minute drive but through stunning countryside to a wonderful place on the Welsh borders.
Pembridge Classic Black and White village with very old market place. Lovely church with separate bell tower. A few shops for supplies and two pubs. Walk down to the river – children can swim there in the summer.
Eardisland Voted prettiest village in Herefordshire in 1999. Three miles away situated on the banks of the river Lugg.
Weobley English village of the year 2000 and not without good reason. Jules’ restaurant is fun – a charismatic owner and chef. Salutation Inn also good for a drink first.