An introduction to Leominster
Leominster is a small market town set in the heart of Herefordshire, surrounded by the beautiful countryside Near its northern border. Visitors will love walking amongst its amazing medieval buildings lining the historic shopping street Drapers Lane, and various quaint country attractions, such as the Monkland Dairy, Hampton Court Castle, and its ancient Eardisland Church.
Get closer to Herefordshire
Nestled against the border of Wales, Herefordshire is one of the most beautiful counties in England, attracting countless walkers, campers, and other people hungry for outdoor pursuits every year. Aside from its stunning countryside, Herefordshire has a proud and potent culture, with a range of ways to absorb its intriguing poetry, history and art.
Queenswood Country Park
If you only visit one area of natural beauty during your trip to Leominster, make sure that it’s Queenswood. A fragment of a massive, ancient woodland that once spilled over the Welsh border, Queenswood Country Park now covers 47 square acres, and provides a home to over a thousand rare and exotic trees taken from all over the world. With scenic, lovingly cared-for routes and a Gruffalo Trail for the kids, Queenswood Country Park is the perfect place to unwind and feel that much closer to nature.
Planning a trip to Leominster? Travelodge Ludlow Woofferton Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Hereford Hotel can be reached in less than half an hour.