Herefordshire Tourism businesses and organisations
Your Rural Concierge, Liz Hill, has a great passion for promoting Herefordshire and the surrounding areas and her ‘off the beaten track’ local knowledge is second to none. She is a walking reference book when dealing with your requests which enables you, the visitor, to have the best experience possible of the area. The aim of Rural Concierge is to support and promote local tourism attractions, activities and events taking place within a 100 mile radius of Herefordshire through not only creating a number of exclusive guided tours, holidays and days out but also advising visitors to the kiosk in Hereford Butter Market.
If you are unable to come and visit us at the kiosk, we have listed a number of local tourism attractions, activities and events. If you are also looking for somewhere to stay, either check out our Accommodation page or go to Visit Herefordshire the official tourism organisation for the county.
The Big Apple in Spring and Harvest time
The Blossomtime celebration takes place over the May Day bank holiday weekend.
The Harvestime event takes place in and around Much Marcle over the weekend of October 8th and 9th (2016).
Hereford Arts Market 11th June, 10th September, 29th October and 10th December
Herefordshire Art Week 10th until 18th September.
Hereford Contemporary Craft Fair Friday 11th – Sunday 13th November 2016
Classical Music events in Herefordshire
Eastnor Pottery Eastnor Pottery offers regular weekend potters wheel and clay workshops for individuals and groups. Hen partoies, holiday activities and lots of fun!
Hereford Electric Bikes Hereford eBike Centre, offers the widest range of Electric Bikes and eBikes for hire.
Eastnor Castle Eastnor Castle & Estate is a premier wedding venue, visitor attraction, corporate events & film location set in the Malvern Hills AONB.
Hereford Cathedral The current Hereford Cathedral, dates from 1079. Its most famous treasure is Mappa Mundi, a mediaeval map of the world dating from the 13th century.
Hellens Manor Hellens Manor, also known as Hellens House or simply Hellens and located in the village of Much Marcle in Herefordshire is one of the oldest dwellings in England.