Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Herefordshire


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Herefordshire - Englands Most Rural County

Herefordshire - the county of unspoilt countryside, market towns of distinctive character and a wealth of varied landscapes - from the Historic City of Hereford to fascinating villages. TheHay Bales after harvesting richness of the natural environment forms a backdrop to a more leisurely pace of life and where innovation and inspiration blend with the County's historic rural past.

Many Inns, Pubs and Restaurants serve delicious selections of locally grown produce with the county boasting many award-winning establishments.

Gardens open to visitors offer a unique glimpse of the elegance of past times from formal to cottage-style all still nurtured by enthusiasts.

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At the heart of the County of Herefordshire is the ancient City of Hereford set on the banks of Herefordshire is famous for its Cider making - Westons Cider Draythe River Wye is a delightful mixture of historic and contemporary architecture and although a city, it has a distinctive and friendly market town feel.

Herefordshire is a secret well worth discovering, tucked away on the border with Wales yet within an hour of Birmingham and the motorway networks. Close enough to be accessible but a million miles away from the pressures of urban life.


Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Herefordshire tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Herefordshire tourist board or similar organisation.