Herefordshire is beautiful walking country, with its varied landscapes and unspoilt countryside and 2100 miles of largely undiscovered footpaths. To find out more about interesting walks in the area visit www.walkherefordshire.com
A variety of pubs and restaurants can be found within a short distance of the park, providing ample opportunity to sample the flavours of Herefordshire. Why not try The Fishermans Arms at Docklow Pools, Docklow, only 6 minutes away, for delicious food and drink and a fantastic Sunday Carvery.
Local places of interest include the National Trust properties Berrington Hall, Brockhampton Estate and Croft Castle, Hampton Court Gardens, Ralph Court Gardens and Queenswood Country Park and Bodenham Lakes.
The Cathedral City of Hereford is within easy reach, and has many attractions including first class shopping facilities. A short drive will take you to the Welsh Borders and Mid Wales for a leisurely day out.
Hampton Court Castle, Gardens and Parkland are to be found in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside between Hereford and Leominster (close to the junction of the A49 and A417).
Neo-classical mansion with fine interiors, set in landscape grounds
Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house
1,000 years of power, politics and pleasure in an intimate family home
Queenswood is the only designated country park in the county. It includes an arboretum (a 47 acre tree collection with over 1,200 rare and exotic trees from all over the world) and 123 acres of semi-natural ancient woodland
The finest of medieval ruined castles set in glorious Shropshire countryside. Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town busy with events and festivals throughout the year with a reputation for the quality of its food and drink.
12 amazing themed gardens such as The African Garden, The Pirate Garden, Toad Hall and The Willow Garden and much more. Excellent day out for adults and children alike. Restaurant and outdoor seating area with views over the Malvern Hills.