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A selection of Leominster attractions and things to do in the Leominster area

Leominster Folk Museum

Leominster Folk Museum, 16 Etnam Street, Leominster. 01568 615186

The Museum's collections include many aretefacts that illustrate local life.

Visit the Leominster Museum web page

 
Monkland Cheese Dairy
See our Little Herefordshire Cheese made traditionaly by hand to the original Herefordshire recipe.
Click for Monkland Cheese Dairy details
 

 

Bodenham English Wines, Broadfield Court, Bodenham  
 
Free Admission Open 10am - 4.30pm from 10th April to end of September

Broadfield was mentioned in the Doomsday Book, and was claimed by Henry III in 1266. When Henry died the land reverted to the de Broadfields. By the end of the 14th century the land became the property of Dinmore Preceptory of the Knights of the Hospitallers of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, the commandery of which is at Dinmore Manor.
The Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII saw the property changing hands again, and since the 16th century the subsequent occupants have altered the property.

Vines used at Broadfield include MŁeller-Thurgau, Richensteiner, Huxelrebe and Seyve Villard. Bodenham House wine is made from Madeline Angevine at Bagborough Vineyard in Somerset.

Estate Office

Tel. 01568 797483

Fax. 01568 797859
 

 
Burford House Gardens, Burford, Tenbury Wells  
 
Adults £2.50
Children £1.00
Open daily from 10am to 6pm (last entry to garden 5pm)

A delightful early Georgian house set in approx. 4 acres of gardens nestling in a loop of the River Teme. Burford House Garden is the home of the National Clematis Collection. Also on site is Treasures Plant Centre and Nursery.

Tel. 01584 810777

Fax. 01584 810673
 

 
Eardisland  
  Voted "Prettiest Village in the Midlands" in a Central TV viewer's poll.

A traditional English village set on the River Arrow approximately 5 miles west of Leominster on the B4529.
Stay at : Arrow Bank Caravan Park. Tel/Fax 01544 388312
  The Manor House - Luxury B&B in a 17th century house - Tel 01544 388138

Visit:

Eardisland Church.

Burton Court : Built on the site of an ancient British camp. Henry, Prince of Wales stationed troops here to watch over the movements of Owen Glendower. Henry later became Henry V.
The 14th century Great Hall is the only original part of Burton Court.
During the reign of Charles I the manor was occupied by a branch of the Croft family from Croft Castle.

Tea and cakes offered for sale. Pick your own fruit or purchase ready picked. Costume collection.

Open Spring Bank Holiday to end of September on Wednesday, Thursday,
Saturday and Sunday from 2.30pm until 6pm - later by appointment.

Lt.-Cdr. And Mrs Robert Simpson - 01544 388231.

   

 
Weobley  
  One of the finest examples of a traditional black and white villages in the area. Fine eating and drinking establishments in the village - The Old
Salutation Inn, The Unicorn and Jules Restaurant. Small selection of shops/banks together with tearooms and a small museum.
   

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