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County - Herefordshire | Map
Tel code: 01885 | code search
Postcode: HR7 | code search
Population: 3500
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Folk Customs:
Border Morris
Hereford Boy Bishop
Lady Scudamore's Pax Cakes

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Spring Festival and Town Criers Festival

Bromyard Spring Festival

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Bromyard Gala

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"Have eaten here regularly and its usually ok. However last night we went in with a party of 14 - the table was booked, they knew we were coming.. Our order ..." More

Crown & Sceptre
"What a truely wonderful pub - I went for Sunday lunch with the family, the food was great, the service excellent and the new owners offer a breath of fresh ..." More

Falcon Hotel
"We were driving to Wales and, being very tired, we stopped at Bromyard and found The Falcon. It's a lovely hotel, the welcome was warm and the food very ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Bromyard | 10 Places to Stay

Bromyard, situated between the two cathedral cities of Hereford & Worcester, is a thriving community, with a population in the region of 3500. It is a delightful market town, linked to Ledbury by the Hop Trail along the Frome Valley. Hop growing is a speciality of East Herefordshire, and the Bromyard Heritage Centre, housed in the 18th century stable block of a former rectory is host to an exhibition of 'Herefordshire hops and traditions'. The hop-harvesting season is during September, when the 'bine' are cut at 3ft above ground and then, after sorting, taken to the oast houses or kilns to dry the hop cones. The traditional shaped oast houses are a familiar sight in the Herefordshire landscape although some are now converted into desirable and unusual dwellings. Bromyard also features a Public Art Trail (free leaflet available from the Tourist Information Centre). The trail comprises of three specially commissioned works of art; Spheres of Play, Resting Sheep and Time Tower. Also included is the Millennium Clock, which was the brainchild of local art gallery owner and artist Michael Oxenham.


ABC Associates
BBS Accountancy & Payroll Bureau
Cole Bishop & Co


Edvin Loach Old Church
Moors Meadow
Shortwood Farm
Teddy Bear and Toy Museum
The Time Machine Museum and Coffee Shop

Caravan Park

Saltmarshe Touring Park


Felton Udall & Tait
Smith, Coleman & Holloman


Nunwell Surgery

Holiday Park

Rock Farm Holiday Park


Bay Horse
Crown & Sceptre
Falcon Hotel
The Hop Pole Hotel


Bromyard Country Market

Performing Arts

Conquest Theatre
Offbeat Theatre

Pub and Bar

Barneby Arms
Bay Horse
Kings Arms
Rose & Lion


Barneby Arms
Granary (The)
Old Satang


Saint Richardís




Bromyard Taxis
Tenbury Taxis


Conquest Theatre

Sports Clubs

Bromyard CC (Cricket)


Flower Shop
Bromyard Pets & Garden Supplies
Andrew Jelley
Rowlands Pharmacy
Harris Butchers
Gladwin Family Butchers

Legges of Bromyard
Laming & Sons Bakers
The Old Print Shop
Rayner Opticians
Gilbert Fruit & Veg
Language of Flowers


Bromyard Bowmen(Archery)
Noakes Farm Riding Centre(Riding)
Tipton Hall Riding School(Riding)

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Bay Horse (0.15 miles)

Bay Horse

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A traditional 17th century timber framed inn offering quality accommodation, food & drink in a friendly atmosphere. All our rooms have ... More

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Falcon Hotel (0.20 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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Situated in the centre of Bromyard and easily accessible from the A44, this cosy hotel offers comfortable accommodation in a pleasant setting, one that is rich in history and character. The 2-star ... More

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The Hop Pole Hotel (0.24 miles)

The Hop Pole Hotel
Historic building in the market town of Bromyard, the Hop Pole Hotel is situated on the market square. There is always a warm and friendly welcome at the pub which is inside the hotel. Fresh ... More | visit website
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Crown & Sceptre (0.27 miles)

Crown & Sceptre

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** UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ** Following an extensive refurbishment, The Crown & Sceptre now offers traditional pub food in comfortable family orientated surroundings. With Real Ales, an enclosed child friendly garden and ... More


National Trust Cottages (2.67 miles)

National Trust Cottages

This fine 18th-century brick built house stands in a wonderful position on the Brockhampton estate and still has the former hop kilns in place. The Oast House is full of character, has masses of room ... More

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Chase Inn (3.90 miles)

Chase Inn
Set within the picturesque country village of Bishopís Frome, this bed and breakfast serves award-winning real ales in its pub. Free private parking is provided and each en suite room has free Wi-Fi access. Worcester ... More | visit website
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Majors Arms (4.65 miles)

Majors Arms
The Majors Arms is a quiet country pub offering well appointed bed and breakfast accommodation. Situated on the rural Herefordshire Worcestershire border it is within easy reach of Hereford, Worcester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Ledbury, Malvern and ... More | visit website
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Tally Ho Inn (6.59 miles)

Tally Ho Inn

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Situated on an elevated position which gives panoramic views across seven counties our traditional pub, restaurant and accommodation is ideal for families and parties alike. Our SIZZLERS RESTAURANT has a ... More | visit website

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Brockington Hall (6.92 miles)

Brockington Hall
If you are a busy executive or a family looking for accommodation for one or more nights Brockington Hall offers you an alternative choice. This a luxury home experience! Arrive at any time in the ... More | visit website
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The Old Rectory (6.94 miles)

The Old Rectory
The The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast in Cradley near Malvern is particularly well suited for complete relaxation. Large open fires are always lit and the house is adorned with fresh flowers. It could be ... More | visit website

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