Holiday Parks & Lodges in Herefordshire

Nestled in the heart of rural England, Herefordshire beckons with its timeless charm and unspoiled landscapes. This hidden gem offers a perfect retreat for those seeking tranquillity and a deep connection with nature on their next English holiday. The stunning Herefordshire countryside is adorned with rolling green hills, meandering rivers and quaint villages. Explore the enchanting Wye Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and be captivated by its scenic beauty and winding River Wye, which offers opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and wildlife watching. Discover picturesque market towns like Ledbury and Leominster, with their half-timbered buildings and historic charm. Indulge in the region's gastronomic delights, from traditional cider to farm-to-table dining. Herefordshire offers a haven of peace and tranquility, where visitors can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. From budget to luxury, romantic to family friendly, our hand-picked holiday homes cover a wide range of tastes and budgets, and benefit from fantastic amenities. Think hot tubs, swimming pools, cosy fires and spa facilities - to name a few. Whatever type of holiday you're after, we've got you covered with our diverse range of self-catering lodges and holiday parks in Herefordshire.

View of Herefordshire Cathedral across the River Wye, England

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Things to do in Herefordshire on your UK getaway

Discover local history on a short break in Herefordshire...
History enthusiasts will find delight in Herefordshire's rich heritage. Visit Hereford Cathedral, home to the ancient Mappa Mundi, one of the world's oldest surviving maps; explore the ruins of Goodrich Castle near Ross-on-Wye, a Norman medieval fortress that played a significant role in the English Civil War; or immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Hellens Manor, a historic manor house in Much Marcle which houses heirlooms of Anne Boleyn. Book one of our holiday homes in Ledbury, a historic market town, and you'll be well placed for visiting the fairtytale-like Eastnor Castle, with its lavish interiors, landscaped gardens and scenic lake.

Explore the beautiful Herefordshire countryside on a walking holiday...
If you enjoy walking across wild landscapes and admiring jaw-dropping views, then you've come to the right county. There is a variety of trails in both length and difficulty to discover in the Herefordshire countryside, and if you look up Roasts & Rambles, you'll get a range of routes coupled with recommended pubs or restaurants where you can sample local seasonal dishes and regional tipples. Follow the ancient border between England and Wales on Offa's Dyke Path, go for a riverside ramble in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or take in panoramic vistas as you explore the hilltops of the Malvern Hills. End your day back at one of our holiday parks, log cabins or lodges, and put your feet up in front of the cosy fire or soak tired muscles in your own private hot tub.

Savour regional delicacies on a mouth-watering getaway...
If cycling and cider are your thing, then why not join a Herefordshire Cider Circuit? This county has been producing cider for hundreds of years. Choose from three routes, ranging from 49-59 miles. Remember to stop off in Hereford at the Museum of Cider, which is housed in the original Bulmers 1888 factory. If cider is not your tipple of choice, then head over to the Wythall Estate Vineyard, which grows award-winning wines and offers tutored wine-tasting sessions. For a further taste of the county's culinary delights, head to one of the many gastro pubs, farmers' markets or traditional pubs and savour high-quality Herefordshire beef, home-grown asparagus, and fresh local fruits such as apples and pears. If you're staying in one of our self-catering holiday lodges, why not pick up some local produce and cook up a hearty meal in the comfort of your home away from home? Your culinary adventure awaits in the West Midlands!

View of the River Wye in the Wye Valley in Herefordshire, England