Holidays in Herefordshire

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Popular cottages in Herefordshire

  • The Hideout

    Herefordshire

    From: £389

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  • Cottage in Herefordshire

    Herefordshire

    From: £423

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  • Granary 2

    Herefordshire

    From: £333

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  • Barn in Herefordshire

    Herefordshire

    From: £583

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  • The Folly

    Herefordshire

    From: £365

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  • Point Cottage

    Herefordshire

    From: £453

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  • Bluebell Cottage

    Herefordshire

    From: £295

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  • Stone Cottage

    Herefordshire

    From: £439

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  • Walnut Cottage

    Herefordshire

    From: £354

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Nestled in England’s West Midlands, Herefordshire is undoubtedly a hidden holiday gem waiting to be discovered. Running along the Mid-Wales border and bordered by Worcestershire and Shropshire, you’ll find plenty of national parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty just a stone’s throw away. Full of natural beauty, history and culture, this is the ultimate spot for a tranquil getaway with your nearest and dearest. The local area is brimming with charming market towns and country villages. Hereford city boasts a lively high street lined with Tudor-style buildings and independent shops, restaurants and cafés. Meanwhile, the beautiful honey-hued Hereford Cathedral is well worth a visit.

There are plenty of other beautiful towns and villages scattered across the county of Herefordshire. History lovers will adore the pastoral views and Elizabethan manor houses in the village of Kinnersley, as well as the timber-framed houses of Ledbury, Bromyard, Leominster, and Ludlow (over in Shropshire). There are also numerous National Trust properties in the area, perfect for visiting, as well as Cardiff Castle and Downton Castle (not to be confused with Downton Abbey). Hikers will want to get out and explore the surrounding landscape, which includes Brecon Beacons National Park, the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean, the Wye Valley, Shropshire Hills AONB and Offa’s Dyke - a spectacular long-distance footpath following the ancient English-Welsh Border.

Culture vultures and nature lovers alike will adore the pretty towns of Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Symonds Yat, all nestled on the banks of the beautiful River Wye. Bookworms will certainly want to visit the exceptional town of Hay-on-Wye. Here, you’ll find endless gorgeous old book shops and antique dealers, as well as the incredible Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival which takes place in May each year. While you’re visiting Hay-on-Wye you should also take the chance to hike up Hay Bluff. Situated at the northern tip of the Black Mountains, you can enjoy excellent views across the local area from the top of this towering hill. The nearby Skirrid is also another great peak for any keen hikers. Meanwhile, over in neighbouring Monmouthshire, the charming towns of Chepstow and Abergavenny are well worth a visit, as well as the beautiful Severn Estuary.

When it comes to accommodation options, Herefordshire does not disappoint. From grand country manors to cosy loft conversions, you’ll find places to suit all kinds of groups here. Those searching for a picturesque stone cottage should head over to North West Herefordshire where you’ll find plenty of charming little villages such as Pembridge, Bodenham and Kington. Meanwhile, not far from Hereford city, staying in the village of Little Cowarne is the perfect compromise between culture and the countryside. Whether you’re searching for a sleek apartment with super-fast WiFi or a rustic log cabin, here at Cottage Holidays we know just the spot for you. What’s more, our friendly customer service team and unbeatable best-price guarantee ensure that your trip is exceptional from beginning to end.

Things to do in Herefordshire

Docklow Pools

Escape to angler's paradise at Docklow Pools! Nestled in the picturesque Herefordshire countryside, this tranquil fishing complex offers a range of well-stocked lakes and cosy accommodation. Enjoy peaceful days of fishing, relax in scenic surroundings, and savour the camaraderie of fellow anglers. A perfect retreat for fishing enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful getaway.

Address: Docklow Pools, Docklow, Leominster, HR6 0RU

Goodrich Castle

Step into medieval history at Goodrich Castle! This majestic fortress, nestled in the stunning Wye Valley, offers breathtaking views, fascinating architecture, and intriguing tales of the past. Explore the ruins, climb the tower, and imagine life in a bygone era. A must-visit for history enthusiasts and a chance to witness the splendour of the past.

Address: Goodrich Castle, Goodrich, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6HY