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Days Out in Herefordshire

Holme Lacy House is not only set in beautiful surroundings, but is also ideally located for interesting excursions and visits to local areas of attraction. Glorious countryside, tucked away villages, bustling Cathedral cities and beautiful landscaped gardens are all an easy drive away from Holme Lacy House.

Holme Lacy House Grounds

Holme Lacy holme lacy grounds

The gardens and parkland of Holme Lacy House are one of its most spectacular features. Surrounding the main house are the formal gardens which were restored to their original design by improving and landscaping existing lawns and planting new beds and low level hedges to open up the view of the main house from the lake.

Distance by Car: On Site

Ross-on-Wye & The Wye Valley

Holme Lacy ross on wye

Famous for 16 miles of gentle walks through picturesque countryside, the Wye Valley runs from Hereford to the delightful river side town of Ross-on-Wye with its architectural gems, street markets and red sandstone cliffs.

Distance by Car: 25 mins

Hampton Court Gardens, Leominster

Holme Lacy Hampton Court Gardens, Leominster

Stunning organic gardens. Their design blends harmonious planting with innovative water features. Ornamental kitchen garden, flower gardens, waterfalls, follies and a maze. These acclaimed new gardens are in the grounds of the fortified Medieval Manor house.

Distance by Car: 45 mins

Eastnor Castle

Holme Lacy eastnor castle

In the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, this fairy-tale castle is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family. Eastnor has undergone a triumphant renaissance in recent years and many of the Castle treasures are now displayed for the first time in richly decorated Italianate and Gothic splendour.

Distance by Car: 40 mins

Hereford Cathedral

Holme Lacy hereford cathedral

Built on a 7th Century church site, Hereford Cathedral is a mixture of styles from Norman to early English, decorated to Perpendicular. See the Mappa Mundi and the UK's largest Chained Library in Hereford Cathedral.

Distance by Car: 15 mins

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Three Choirs Vineyard

Home of the The International Centre for Birds of Prey and The Three Choirs Vineyard.

Distance by Car: 30mins

The Royal Forest of Dean

Holme Lacy forest of dean

The beautiful Forest of Dean was once the hunting ground of Norman Kings. There is a preserved steam railway running between Lydney Junction and Parkend.

Distance by Car: 1 hour

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"I nearly always have a massage or something. We’ve done line-dancing. We went in the pool yesterday and sat in the Jacuzzi. We also did the tea tasting. That’s another thing you’d never do normally, but I learned more than you’d think it was possible to know about tea."

Sue Wicks Holme Lacy House