Sunday, 30 June 2013

Herefordshire Rolling Pastures, rural charm and rustic image

Herefordshire, with its rolling hills, rural charm and rustic image belies a host of varied holiday accommodation establishments. Numerous towns and villages each with its individual character give Herefordshire a uniqueness which is valued by local residents, visitors and those who work in the County.



Idyllic Herefordshire
If you are looking for that idyllic getaway with a blend of thriving rural communities served by a combination of motorways and leafy lanes and supported by a wealth of things to do, you need look no further than Herefordshire.

Herefordshire is located just south of the West Midlands – it is sandwiched in-between the County of Worcestershire, to its east with its western border nestling along the breath taking Brecon Beacons in Wales.

Steeped in local tradition, dripping with history and overflowing with a wealth of picturesque black and white villages, Herefordshire’s rolling countryside comes alive at every turn.

Whether it’s the postcard view of Ross-on-Wye in the South, the traditional market towns of Bromyard and Leominster further North, or the uniqueness of Ledbury tucked away in the shadow of the Malvern Hills, the sights and sounds of Herefordshire will leave a lasting impression.

In the City of Hereford the majestic Cathedral dominates the Skyline and is a major attraction from people all over the world to visit its many historic features.

Herefordshire is one of those unique places which balance the need to protect heritage on one hand while keeping an eye on the future in the other.

The county also balances the old with the new when it comes to shopping – all the latest high street names are here – but you won’t find them closeted in massively overgrown shopping centres.

The shops are dotted around the cobbled heart of historic Hereford City and scattered among the county’s market towns. Why not take in some of the breath-taking beauty of this little corner of rural England, enjoy a spot of traditional shopping and pop in to one of the many bistros and fine pubs and restaurants which line the leafy lanes of the county.

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