Just 3 hours drive from London and 1 ½ hours from Birmingham.
- Birmingham - Hereford: 58 miles
- London - Hereford: 135 miles
- Cardiff - Hereford: 56 miles
- Manchester - Hereford: 138 miles
Herefordshire is a small county - approximately 40 miles North/South and East/West. The county town of Hereford sits centrally, with the market towns like points on a clock; Leominster in the North, Ross-on-Wye to the south, Bromyard & Ledbury to the East and Hay-on-Wye, on the English/ Welsh border, to the West.
The A49 trunk road is the main North-South route, linking the towns of Ross-on-Wye, Hereford, and Leominster, then North towards Ludlow in Shropshire.
Traveling from Birmingham and the east, leave the M5 behind you as you head west into Herefordshire.
There are railway stations at Hereford, Leominster, Colwall and Ledbury.
Direct trains run to Hereford, Ledbury & Colwall daily from Birmingham New Street Station (which has connections to Birmingham International Airport), with a journey time of 1½ hours.
The regular service between Manchester & Cardiff stops at Leominster and Hereford.
Direct trains from London Paddington to Hereford (journey time about 3 hours) also stops at Colwall and Ledbury.
National Express coaches run nationwide services. You can travel from London Victoria and Birmingham to Hereford, Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye.
To book your journey call National Express Customer Contact Centre on 08717 818181
There are regular bus services between the city and all the market towns. Buses also run to Worcester and Cardiff.
The nearest major international airports are Birmingham, Cardiff and Bristol with scheduled flights to and from Europe and America.
The London airports of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted have a more comprehensive range of flights and destinations across the globe.
Car hire is available at all airports and throughout Herefordshire.