Welcome to Leominster at the heart of the Black and
White villages of North Herefordshire. Famed for its variety
of antique and curiosity shops, the town offers a fascinating
insight to rural times gone by. The Tourist Information
Centre is at the very hub of the original medieval grid,
where the first market stalls made their historic mark.
A warm welcome awaits visitors here, and details can be
found of all the finest attractions, historic sites, galleries
and events in the area.
Nestled at the crossroads of the A49 and A44, Leominster is
the perfect base for exploring the wonderful rolling hills of
the Marches; the borderlands between England and Wales.
Breath-taking views coupled with superb timber-framed
architectural delights make this area a versatile holiday
destination for all. Active out-door types rub shoulders with historians, art-lovers,
golfers and fine food enthusiasts. A variety of lively festivals and outdoor shows
take place each year that are within easy reach. The Tourist office has all the details,
whether it is the local village fete, the latest Shakespearian performance at nearby
stately homes, Leominster’s own festival, Herefordshire Walking or Flavours Festivals
or the world famous Hay Literary Festival.
There are superb National Trust and privately owned stately homes alongside the smaller
attractions such as farm parks, cider and wine producers, museums and a wide variety
Whether you fancy a short break or a longer stay, this part of Herefordshire boasts
some of the finest B&Bs and cottage holidays. It is simply the perfect place to wind
down, relax and recharge your batteries.