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Lauretta’s guidebook

Lauretta

Lauretta’s guidebook

Sightseeing
19th century mock revival Castle, 2 miles from Ledbury. Hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year. The Deer Park offers a great place for a stroll and viewof the Castle.
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Eastnor Castle
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19th century mock revival Castle, 2 miles from Ledbury. Hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year. The Deer Park offers a great place for a stroll and viewof the Castle.
British Camp Hill is Colwall Malvern is the nearest to Ledbury. Take a walk and then stop off at the roadside for refreshments. Paid car parking is available
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Malvern Hills
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British Camp Hill is Colwall Malvern is the nearest to Ledbury. Take a walk and then stop off at the roadside for refreshments. Paid car parking is available
Neighborhoods
the spa town is 20 miles away. Visit the parks there is Pittville, Montpellier and Sandford, with its lido, or visit Imperial, where the many famous festivals are held. Do some shopping along the Promenade. Visit the Wilson or Holst birthplace museum or escape it all with a walk up Leckhampton hill.
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Cheltenham
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the spa town is 20 miles away. Visit the parks there is Pittville, Montpellier and Sandford, with its lido, or visit Imperial, where the many famous festivals are held. Do some shopping along the Promenade. Visit the Wilson or Holst birthplace museum or escape it all with a walk up Leckhampton hill.
Another famous cathedral city is 21 miles away. There are lots of historical buildings to explore, such as Eastgate viewing chambers, Greyfriars, the Priories, the docks, Highnam Court, walk ways through Robinswood, Chosen and Coopers Hill - where the famous cheese rolling happens on the 2nd May Bank Holiday
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Gloucester
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Another famous cathedral city is 21 miles away. There are lots of historical buildings to explore, such as Eastgate viewing chambers, Greyfriars, the Priories, the docks, Highnam Court, walk ways through Robinswood, Chosen and Coopers Hill - where the famous cheese rolling happens on the 2nd May Bank Holiday
The cathedral city is 18 miles away. Visit the cider museum, waterworks museum or the National trust’s the weir garden or Berrington Hall.
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Hereford
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The cathedral city is 18 miles away. Visit the cider museum, waterworks museum or the National trust’s the weir garden or Berrington Hall.
Big enough to be bustling and vibrant, but small enough to keep a strong sense of community, Ledbury is a market town with a unique feel. At the centre of Ledbury is the Black and White Grade 1 listed Market Hall. Reportedly designed by the King’s Carpenter John Abel, building work on Market Hall started in 1617 and took around 50 years. It is one of the finest examples in England and still hosts markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays. If you are interested in exploring Ledbury and the surrounding area on two wheels, including the unique cider cycling route. Victorian poet legend Elizabeth Barratt-Browning lived at Hope End on the outskirts of Ledbury. John Masefiled – Poet Laureat of the United Kingdom from 1930 – 1967 – was born in the town in 1878. The Dymock Poets – a 20th century group were based around the nearby Gloucestershire village that gave them their name. Taking place over 10 days every July, The Ledbury Poetry Festival has become the leading poetry festival in the UK, featuring poets from all over the world. Visit the festival and enjoy readings, performances, films, workshops and more. A number of timbered buildings align the charming Ledbury High Street. Pop into Ledbury Town Hall to view the 16th century painted room or walk up a cobbled street to the Butcher Row House Museum which offers a fascinating glimpse into local Victorian life.
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Ledbury
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Big enough to be bustling and vibrant, but small enough to keep a strong sense of community, Ledbury is a market town with a unique feel. At the centre of Ledbury is the Black and White Grade 1 listed Market Hall. Reportedly designed by the King’s Carpenter John Abel, building work on Market Hall started in 1617 and took around 50 years. It is one of the finest examples in England and still hosts markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays. If you are interested in exploring Ledbury and the surrounding area on two wheels, including the unique cider cycling route. Victorian poet legend Elizabeth Barratt-Browning lived at Hope End on the outskirts of Ledbury. John Masefiled – Poet Laureat of the United Kingdom from 1930 – 1967 – was born in the town in 1878. The Dymock Poets – a 20th century group were based around the nearby Gloucestershire village that gave them their name. Taking place over 10 days every July, The Ledbury Poetry Festival has become the leading poetry festival in the UK, featuring poets from all over the world. Visit the festival and enjoy readings, performances, films, workshops and more. A number of timbered buildings align the charming Ledbury High Street. Pop into Ledbury Town Hall to view the 16th century painted room or walk up a cobbled street to the Butcher Row House Museum which offers a fascinating glimpse into local Victorian life.
Experience
At Eastnor, Clenchers lane near to the castle. You can book a taster session or half/ full day of off-roading.
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Land Rover Experience - Eastnor
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At Eastnor, Clenchers lane near to the castle. You can book a taster session or half/ full day of off-roading.
Our family run farm park is the ideal day out for all the family. Enjoy a fast & bumpy tractor ride, hands on time with the animals, and lots of play
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Newbridge Farm Park
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Our family run farm park is the ideal day out for all the family. Enjoy a fast & bumpy tractor ride, hands on time with the animals, and lots of play
This beautiful country of ours has many tricks up her sleeve. Nowhere more so than here in Gloucestershire, as the largest and oldest vineyard. Plan a guided tour of the vineyard or stop off for a bite to eat or pop into the shop for some lovely Bristish wine.
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Three Choirs Vineyards Gloucestershire
Newent, Gloucestershire GL18 1LS
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This beautiful country of ours has many tricks up her sleeve. Nowhere more so than here in Gloucestershire, as the largest and oldest vineyard. Plan a guided tour of the vineyard or stop off for a bite to eat or pop into the shop for some lovely Bristish wine.
Food scene
Pay a visit to Raduni in The Homend with amazing food and service. The restaurant is run by Abdul and his team. You can also order takeaway (he knows where we are!) but we would highly recommend a visit if you can
Raduni
66 The Homend
Pay a visit to Raduni in The Homend with amazing food and service. The restaurant is run by Abdul and his team. You can also order takeaway (he knows where we are!) but we would highly recommend a visit if you can
The Blue Orchid is at the top of The Homend and serves wonderful authentic Thai cuisine; it would have to be considering chef is from the region. Mark and his wife will ensure you have a wonderful meal. Again you can order a takeaway but you are guaranteed a warm welcome at the restaurant.
Blue Orchid House
23 High St
The Blue Orchid is at the top of The Homend and serves wonderful authentic Thai cuisine; it would have to be considering chef is from the region. Mark and his wife will ensure you have a wonderful meal. Again you can order a takeaway but you are guaranteed a warm welcome at the restaurant.
The Horseshoes is opposite The Olive Tree. Lovely black and white pub offering great ambience and the best wood fired pizzas, which can be eaten at the pub or ordered and collected as takeaway. Great pub food is on offer too.
The Horseshoe Inn
The Horseshoes is opposite The Olive Tree. Lovely black and white pub offering great ambience and the best wood fired pizzas, which can be eaten at the pub or ordered and collected as takeaway. Great pub food is on offer too.