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About the county of HerefordshireHerefordshire lies in the Western parts of England, neighbouring Wales. Known for being a County of beautiful, unspoilt countryside with interesting market towns and pretty villages. Notable attractions include the medieval bridge over the River Wye, Eastnor Castle a wonderful Victorian creation in the Gothic style by Sir Robert Smirke built betwen 1810 - 1816, The historic Berrington Hall designed by Henry Holland and built in the late 18th century and Dinmore Manor located in beautiful Herefordshire countryside at an elevation of around 500ft above sea level, which affords spectacular views extending to the Malvern Hills.
See our recommended Herefordshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Herefordshire attractions, and Herefordshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Herefordshire
Bromyard, a pleasant market town situated equi-distance between the towns of Malvern and Leominster and, as such Bromyard is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England...
This picturesque village with it's wealth of half-timbered properties lies comfortably between two enchanting rivers, the Wye and the Lugg...
Charming, black and white half timbered village with an old fashioned Christmas card appeal...All Herefordshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Herefordshire
Castellated manor house set in stunning countryside with panoramic views...
This fairytale like castle is set amongst the Malvern hills and is surrounded by a famous arboretum and beautiful lake. It is a.....
Luntley Court and Dovecote. A 15-16th century house with Dovecote..
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Random England fact:
All over Britain on Ordnance Survey maps there are heights and contours shown. All over Britain there are Ordnance Survey bench marks etched onto substantial buildings from which the height of the bench can be assertained, not to mention all the triangulation pillars with their heights recorded. All these heights all over Britain are based on the Ordnance Survey Datum level based on the mean sea level at Newlyn. There is a fundamental bench mark sealed in the end of the harbour pier.
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