Welcome to Herefordshire



A stunning Herefordshire bird perched on a tree branch against a backdrop of lush greenery.
Witness the beauty of a Herefordshire bird as it gracefully rests on a tree branch.


Welcome to Herefordshire, where the beauty of lawn bowls meets the picturesque landscapes of the River Wye. Nestled along the banks of this majestic river, Herefordshire offers an enchanting backdrop for an unforgettable bowls tour experience.

Herefordshire is a region rich in natural wonders and cultural heritage. The River Wye, flowing through England and Wales, graces the county with its presence, weaving its way through the stunning countryside. As the fifth longest river in the UK and the second longest in England and Wales, the Wye is not only a vital habitat for otters, salmon, and trout but also a haven for recreational activities. Whether it’s fishing, canoeing, kayaking, or simply strolling along its tranquil banks, the Wye invites you to immerse yourself in its beauty.

At the heart of Hereford, you’ll discover the magnificent Hereford Cathedral. A Grade I listed building with a history dating back to the 11th century, the cathedral stands as a testament to timeless beauty. Its awe-inspiring architecture, resplendent stained glass windows, and ancient artefacts make it a true gem of the city.

Hereford is also renowned as the birthplace of the famous Hereford Cattle. These robust and adaptable creatures have made their mark across the globe, thriving in various climates and landscapes. In Herefordshire, you’ll find yourself surrounded by a legacy of excellence in breeding and a deep appreciation for these magnificent animals.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Herefordshire by joining in on the numerous festivals and events that grace the region. The Wye Float Festival, a beloved tradition, sees people gathering with giant inflatables to float down the River Wye, creating a colorful spectacle that embodies the spirit of community and celebration.

When you’re not on the bowls green, Hereford offers a plethora of attractions to explore. Lose yourself in the stories of the past at the Black and White House Museum, an architectural gem dating back to 1621, where you can delve into the rich history of Hereford through its fascinating artifacts.

With its breathtaking landscapes, historic charm, and a vibrant array of activities, Herefordshire beckons you to embark on an unforgettable lawn bowls tour. Let our experienced team take care of the details, ensuring a seamless and worry-free experience, while you indulge in the beauty and camaraderie that this captivating destination has to offer.

Give us a call and find out why we care about providing high-quality bowls holidays, allowing you to bring the bowls community closer together.

Give us a call on 01753 836600 and get a quote for your club

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