Bromyard - traditional values, valued

Bromyard, in the east of Herefordshire, is a place where tradition and stunning local surroundings are appreciated. A historic market town mentioned in the Domesday Book, Bromyard enjoys a High Street that’s almost entirely independent retail shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been teleported back in time.

Circled by the attractive and traditional villages of Bringsty, Collington, Pencombe, Cradley and Bishops Frome, you can visit gardens, galleries and churches, or crack out your National Trust card to visit the remarkable Brockhampton Estate.

Or join us at one of our popular annual events, including the Bromyard Gala, Nozstock Festival or Bromyard Folk Festival. Everyone is welcome.

Explore Bromyard


Walk with nature, view from the saddle

Horse Riding

Bromyard enjoys far reaching views to the Black Mountains, Malvern Hills and Clee Hill.

The Bromyard Downs and Bringsty Common to the east of the town and edging towards Worcestershire, provide 500 acres of pristine common land. You’ll find them an idyllic place to walk, even by Herefordshire standards.

Bromyard is also en-route of the Three Rivers Ride – a near 60 mile horse riding trail that is part of the National Bridleroute Network. It’s possible to trek from Tidbatch in Worcestershire to the Brecon Beacons National Park crossing the whole of northern Herefordshire and the rivers Lugg, Wye and Usk along the way.

Home to great hops

Hops Production

Bromyard, as part of the Frome Valley, is famous for its hop production which have been cultivated in this corner of Herefordshire close to Tenbury Wells, Ledbury, Leominster and Malvern.

With half the hops grown in England coming from Herefordshire you’ll find real ales worth getting excited about, and Wye Valley Brewery is a ‘stone’s throw’ away.


Accommodation in Herefordshire
Bromyard has a variety of places for you to stay, from hotels, friendly B&Bs and guesthouses and self-catering places, there's something for everyone.
Food and drink in Herefordshire
There's plenty of food and drink experiences in Bromyard for you to enjoy such as The Hop Pocket family restaurant and many more.
Brewery Visits
Looking for a new adventure? Bromyard offers a variety of things to do such as Tipton Hall Riding School, a trip to Wye Valley Brewery, or visit quirky science fiction museum The Time Machine.
Bromyard Folk Festival
Bromyard is never short of events including the annual Bromyard Gala, Nozstock Festival, Bromyard Folk Festival and even a scarecrow festival - to list just a few.