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You might just want to sit and read a book while you are here but We're often asked for recommendations and things to do while you are staying with us so here are a few ideas....
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Walking - We aren't far from the glorious Offas Dyke   It's a National Trail and runs through the Welsh Marches.  There are also the beautiful Shropshire Hills  - part of which is owned and managed by the National Trust at Carding Mill Valley 

If you like a National Trust property (who doesn't love their cake!) then we have three to choose from within easy reach - the grand Berrington Hall is the closest - it's the last garden and parkland designed by Capability Brown. Just up the road from there is Croft Castle  with it glorious views and great walks. Closer to Hereford is The Weir Garden. On sunny days you can relax on a deckchair next to the river. Heaven! 

Herefordshire is full of amazing food producers - we are the home of cider (don't tell Somerset) and lots of them have shops and tasting bars on site. Check out the Cider Route website or just pop along to our nearest place at Newton Court There is also the fabulous Hereford Indie Food over the August Bank Holiday weekend - they showcase some of the best, local chefs, restaurants and bars in one spot! Just over the border into Shropshire is the famous Ludlow Food Festival Its always being voted one of the best in the country.

If books and art are your thing, Hay Literary Festival is a must! An entire week of talks and shows and food and books. It's a brilliant, child friendly place to visit. 

Spend the day messing about on the river near Glasbury with River Wye Canoeing  or Canoe the Wye  or rent a bicycle from Wheely Wonderful  and see Ludlow and it's surrounds on two wheels instead of four. They are really helpful with routes and advice too.

 A few quick links to other places we know or always hear good things about: 

Hampton Court Castle and Gardens - about ten minutes away.

Queenswood Park and Arboretum   - free of charge (except the parking) and a great place for children.

The Cider Barn in Pembridge - a cafe-bar & restaurant at the old Dunkertons Cider farm. 

Jules Restaurant in Weobley - We've been here a few times. It very relaxed and delicious food. Weobley itself is part of the Black & White Trail so worth a stroll around in itself.

Sensory & Rye, The Bookshop or The Beefy Boys in Hereford are great independent places to eat.

Whats On....for events happening around the country then click here

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