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Homme House, Much Marcle, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2NJ

tel: 01531 660419

Late 17th century grade I listed summerhouse or banqueting house, also known as the Watchtower.

 

Leintwardine House, Leintwardine, SY7 0LB

tel: 01547 540473

The Mortimer Country Consortium (MCC) was founded and constituted in 2000 as a self-sustaining community tourism marketing network group.

 
Cafe @ All Saints

All Saints Church, High Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR4 9AA

tel: 01432 370415

Café @ All Saints is a wonderful fresh food cafe set in the heart of Hereford.

 
Weobley Heritage Trail

Weobley, HR4 8SG

tel: .

The Medieval village of Weobley, the Jewel in the Crown of the Black and White villages, launches its Weobly Heritage Trail that gives visitors a flavour of the life once lived in the interesting buildings in this charming village.

 
Old Granary Pierogi

10B Walkers Green, Marden, Hereford, HR1 3DN

tel: 07706 197311

Old Granary Pierogi - serving as a street food/takeaway cooked from scratch and hand made unique Polish dishes - baked and boiled 'Pierogi', 'Bigos' stew, 'Beef goulash' and more. Supplying local shops, farm shops and delicatessens

 
Longtown Outdoor Learning Centre

The Courthouse, Longtown, Hereford, HR2 0LD

tel: 01873 860225

Longtown Outdoor Education Centre offers a wide range of challenging adventurous activities and courses for schools, young people, adults, families and businesses.

 
Hopes of Longtown

INDEPENDENT ACHIEVERS ACADEMY

The Farmers Barn, Longtown, Herefordshire, HR2 0LT

tel: 01873 860444

Hopes of Longtown is an independent, family run village store and Post Office, nestled at the foot of the Black Mountains offering an exciting range of specialty and regional produce alongside those everyday essentials.

 
Amazing Hedge Puzzle

Wye Valley Visitor Centre, Symonds Yat West, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 6DA

tel: 01600 890360

The Amazing Hedge Puzzle is just right for playing games with your friends and family, like hide and seek, tag, or even Kiss Chase! Will you rely on agility or stealth to crack the Amazing Hedge puzzle?

 
Brecon Mountain Railway

Pant Station, Merthyr Tydfil, CF48 2UP

tel: 01685 722988

Brecon Mountain Railway is one of the most popular railways in Wales.

 
Ty Gwyn New Three Bottles

Pen Y Lan Farm, Pontrilas, Herefordshire, HR2 0DL

tel: 01981 241181

Ty Gwyn Cider are a craft cider company run by ex-musician Alex Culpin and his wife Laura. Expect a warm welcome at their cider shop and bar where they offer free tastings as well as selling snacks, t-shirts, gifts and local produce.

 
Rural Concierge

Hereford Butter Market, Hereford, HR1 2AA

tel: 07966 378170

Rural Concierge, Liz Hill arranges bespoke and organised tours of Herefordshire and surrounding areas.

 
Newton Court Cider Basket

Newton Court Farm, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PF

tel: 01568 611721

Like all good cider stories, it started with an apple and a conversation! That was way back in 2000 and Paul has been obsessed with apples and flavours and making the best cider and Perry ever since!

 
Apple Store Gallery Rewarding Work Mary Edwards

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Rockfield Road, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2UA

tel: 01432 263937

Apple Store Gallery has exhibitions of local artists' work, poetry and music events, creative studios to rent and a bespoke framing service. We are open Wednesday to Friday, 10am to 4pm and Saturday, 10am to 1pm. Other times by arrangement.

 
Royal Lodge Riverside Restaurant

Symonds Yat East, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6JL

tel: 01600 890238

Great local produce, carefully cooked, creates some mouthwatering dishes at the Royal Lodge Riverside Restaurant

 
Hereford Society of Model Engineers

Broomy Hill, Hereford, HR4 0LJ

tel: 01989 562988

The Hereford Society of Model Engineers was started in Hereford in 1962, caters for all forms off model engineering and opens to the public on "Running Days".

 
Mayor’s Parlour and City Charters

Hereford Town Hall, St. Owen's Street, Hereford, HR1 2PJ

tel: 01432 260438

Visit the Mayor’s Parlour and City Charters and see silverware dating from 1189 in this very fine building, opened in 1904.

 
Apple County Cider Co

Whitehouse Farm, Crossways, Newcastle, Monmouthshire, NP25 5NS

tel: 01600 750835

Great cider represents a timeless joy to us at Apple County.

 
Tudor Sweets

Tudor House, High Street, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 5HL

tel: 01989 566449

Tudor Sweets of Ross is the sweet shop of childhood recreated on the High Street of Ross-on-Wye, in the heart of the Wye Valley.

 

c/o 5 College Cloisters, Cathedral Close, Hereford, HR1 2NG

Herefordshire Churches Tourism Group is a network of some of the best chuches and chapels in the county that have dominated the landscape and life of communities for more than a thousand years.

 
Hereford Golf Academy & Footgolf Centre

Hill Barn, Lyde, Hereford, HR4 8AB

tel: 01432 278908

H.G.A is a floodlit driving range, with an attached golf school and footgolf centre open to the general public.

 
Herefordshire Ramblers Wellington Heath

24A Eign Road, Hereford, HR1 2RY

tel: 01432 264374

Herefordshire Ramblers is part of the national charity The Ramblers and we have over 500 members in Herefordshire.

 
Bromyard Local and Family History Centre

5 Sherford Street, Bromyard, HR7 4DL

tel: 01885 488755

Bromyard Local and Family History Centre is the headquarters of The Bromyard and District Local History Society founded in 1966 to foster interest, enjoyment, research and publication in the field of our local history.

 

Peachley Lane, Lower Broadheath, Worcestershire, WR2 6QR

tel: 01905 641309

Enjoy the experience of over 350acres of Worcestershire countryside, through the thrill of quad bike trekking. Peachley Leisure offers quad bike treks for all ages over 6years, and have a range of quad bikes to suit age and ability.

 
Wobage Makers Gallery

Wobage Farm Craft Workshops, Upton Bishop, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 7QP

tel: 01989 780495

Wobage Makers Gallery incorporates a magnificent 18thC threshing barn and hay barn which are now used as exhibition space and showroom respectively. Seven resident potters, one woodworker, a scupltress and a jeweller work here.