Top Choice Cathedral in Hereford

Hereford Cathedral

After Welsh marauders torched the original Saxon cathedral, the Norman rulers of Hereford erected a larger, grander cathedral on the same site, which was subsequently remodelled in a succession of medieval architect…
Abbey in Herefordshire

Dore Abbey

Following the meandering River Dore, Golden Valley is peppered with historic relics, including Arthur's Stone, a 5000-year-old Neolithic dolmen (chamber-tomb) near the village of Dorestone, and the handsome 12th-cen…
Brewery in Herefordshire

Westons Cider Mills

If you only have time to visit one Herefordshire cider-maker, make it Westons Cider Mills, just under a mile west of the tiny village of Much Marcle, whose house brew is even served in the Houses of Parliament. Info…
Brewery in Hereford

Cider Museum & King Offa Distillery

Displays at this brewery and museum cover cider-making history and you can sample the delicious modern brews. Look for the fine costrels (minibarrels) used by agricultural workers to carry their wages, which were pa…
Gallery in Ross-on-Wye

Market House

The 17th-century Market House sits atop weathered sandstone columns in Market Pl. The salmon-pink building is now home to artist collective Made in Ross, whose members live and work in a 20-mile radius, and exhibit …
Church in Ross-on-Wye

St Mary's Church

Crowning the hilltop, pin-straight St Mary's Church is a 13th-century construction with a fine east window and grand alabaster memorials, including the grave of John Kyrle and the outrageously ostentatious tombs of …
Church in Ledbury

St Michael & All Angels

The 12th-century church of St Michael and All Angels has a splendid 18th-century spire and tower divided from its medieval nave.