Sunday, 30 June 2013

Herefordshire: A Hidden Gem In The Countryside - Latest News - goherefordshire.co.uk

Herefordshire is a hidden gem in the countryside, perfect for a holiday in the countryside. Herefordshire is by no means difficult to reach. The M50 links the south of the county to the M5, giving easy and convenient access to the West Midlands and facilities such as the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and Birmingham International Airport, Cheltenham and Gloucester are both a short drive from the south and east of the county. Travelling from the north Manchester and Liverpool are in easy travelling distance and London is less than 3 hours by road.

The railway offers links to all areas of the country with direct trains running from Paddington to Hereford via Ledbury and Colwall. Hereford and Leominster are accessible via the Cardiff to Manchester main line.

Road and Rail Travel Times
Destination                             By Road     By Rail
Cardiff - Hereford City           57 mile      97 mins
Bristol - Hereford City            54 miles    76 mins
Birmingham - Hereford City   58 miles    107 mins
Manchester - Hereford City    140 miles   132 mins
London - Hereford City          160 miles   160 mins

For information on accommodation in Herefordshire visit http://www.goherefordshire.co.uk/

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