Five great reasons to explore Herefordshire by coach

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Herefordshire is an ideal destination for a coach trip- it has historic buildings, glorious gardens, fabulous food and stunning scenery- all without the crowds that can sometimes spoil a day out.
Yes, Herefordshire has everything you need for a day out or mini-break without the hassle!
Here are five irrefutable reasons this should be your next group destination:

Herefordshire is an undiscovered jewel in the English countryside

Very few counties can offer unspoilt scenery and heritage sites in a peaceful, tranquil setting. Herefordshire has perfect parkland and amazing gardens that rival Kew and Savil Garden, but you won’t be held up in long queues.
Historic Hampton Court Castle offers “one of the most ambitious garden creations of all time”. You will navigate a maze of 1000 yews with a gothic tower at its centre. Or feast your eyes on the spectacular riverside Weir garden on the River Wye, a pleasure ground for walking, wildlife watching  and enjoying a picnic.
Many castles and stately homes in Herefordshire are privately owned, making them more exclusive to visit. You will be looked after mainly by the owners; a rare treat in this day and age.
Numerous old churches possess fascinating history. Many accept coach parties and will ensure you are well looked after.
Herefordshire is full of history and legend
A location on the Welsh borders means Herefordshire has many a story to tell! And you can visit archaeological sites of high repute. At Berrington Hall, in the north of the county, are earthworks from a deserted medieval village and the ridge and furrow field system, set within a landscaped park. Iconic landscape designer Lancelot “Capability” Brown worked his magic here.
Eastnor Castle at the foot of the Malvern Hills, with its beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, is full of medieval armour and fine art, and offers a wide range of activities for visitors throughout the year.
We also have Hellens Manor, a beautiful historic house and romantic English garden situated in Much Marcle. A living monument to much of England’s history. It remains a living home, and not a museum, although it contains a wealth of period furnishings, artifacts, paintings and decorations.