• Hereford - The magnificent cathedral is the pulse of the city – as it has been for more than 1,300 years – but pedestrianised streets are also home to independent boutiques and tea shops, while museums give an insight into the area’s cider-making and life in Jacobean times. Six miles away.
• Ledbury - A market town renowned for its 16th century black and white dwellings. Church Lane is particularly enticing with cobbles underfoot, medieval buildings hanging overhead, plus a heritage centre and folk museum. 13 miles away.
• Symonds Yat - Rising around 150 metres above the River Wye, the famous view point commands scenic panoramas of both river and wooded gorge. 18 miles away.
• Westons Cider Mill - Tasting tours around the family-owned mill give an insight into the craft of cider-making, everything from blossom to bottle. 8 miles away.
• Kilpeck Church - One of England’s great churches, with intricate Norman carvings, still remarkably intact, dating from around 1140AD. 12 miles away.
• Goodrich Castle - One of the best-preserved medieval castles in England with views of open countryside from the battlements, an exhibition, and delightful tea room to finish. 16 miles away.