Brobury is halfway between the lovely Cathedral City of Hereford and the popular book centre of Hay-on-Wye. The house and gardens overlook a beautiful section of the River Wye and the surrounding valley. The wonderful victorian gardens are open 7 days a week.
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in the county of Powys(7.1 miles, 11.5 km, direction W)
Hay-on-Wye, as its name implies is picturesquely situated on the River Wye at a point where Herefordshire meets with the border of Wales..
in the county of Herefordshire(9.2 miles, 14.8 km, direction N)
Pembridge, is one of the prettiest villages in Herefordshire, it is thrice blessed for it stands in a trio of black and white villages famed for an abundance of quaint cottages and graceful houses...
in the county of Herefordshire(10.9 miles, 17.6 km, direction SE)
Hidden away in one of England's most glorious little medieval villages, lies what is without doubt, the finest small Norman church in Britain...
in the county of Herefordshire(11.1 miles, 17.9 km, direction E)
Hereford is a town in the west of England bordering wales. It has a beautiful cathedral which was established in the 7th century and a medieval bridge over the River Wye. Famous.....
in the county of Herefordshire(13.1 miles, 21.1 km, direction NE)
Fine wool has been produced here in this gentle country town since the 13th century and owing to the close proximity of the county town of Hereford and the rich farmland that abounds throughout this lovely area, prized Hereford cattle are bred here for exportation to countries all over the world...All towns in Herefordshire
Luntley Court and Dovecote. A 15-16th century house with Dovecote..
Longtown Castle - An unusual cylindrical keep at the top of an enormous earthen motte. Longtown Castle was built approx 1200 and.....
Hereford Cathedral is a grade1 listed building, The oldest part - the bishop's chapel - dating to the 11th century, though the.....