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Weobley is a picture postcard village surrounded by glorious countryside, in the county of Herefordshire, home to just over 1,000 people. It's renowned for its stunning black and white timber framed houses, and buildings that line the streets, some of which date back to the 1400's. The village has an interesting history with Saxon origins, an ancient 12th Century church with an impressive 14th Century Tower, and spire that graces the skyline, there's an abundance of interesting shops, places to stay, cafes, pubs and a delightful Inn.
A stroll along the High Street will rewind time and keep both artists, and photographers busy with its pleasing architecture, and, at the southern end of the village stands a link with Medieval times at Weobley Castle.
Weobley Dental Surgery
Drs Bracebridge, Penney,Sykes. Penney & Cutler
Pub and Bar
Weobley Primary School
Herefordshire Raceway(Motor Sports)
Weobley Heritage Trail(Walking)
Places to Stay near Weobley
Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from 16th century farm buildings and located on a 500 acre working livestock farm in the scattered rural hamlet of Luntley. With exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers the ... More
Upper Newton Farmhouse
“Any thought of traffic jams were forgotten, as far as the eye could see were rolling hills and fields, ducks waddled across the pond and a delicious farmhouse tea awaited me in the lovely drawing ... More
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Staunton House is an early 19th Century rectory set in countryside near the historic town of Leominster, providing extremely comfortable B&B accommodation.
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The Bateman Arms, an 18th Century three storey Inn with rooms, is situated in the village of Shobdon in the unspoilt County of Herefordshire on the English, Welsh Border.
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Rural location 3 miles north of Hereford city. Ideal for touring, golf, sightseeing. Both en-suite and non en-suite rooms for non smokers. Tea/coffee making facilities. Colour televison. Ample car parking ... More
Set within a modernised coaching inn, this charming residence is situated on the Offa’s Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border.
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Town centre hotel, originally a 15th century coaching house sympathetically updated, oak beams and winter time log fire. Beautiful surrounding countryside, memorable for black and white timbered villages, ... More
Extremely comfortable and well appointed 17th Century townhouse in the centre of historic Leominster moments from all taverns, restaurants and facilities. Secure private parking for all guests.STRICTLY NON-SMOKING
Mortimers Cross Inn
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