Posts Tagged ‘Forest of Dean’

Walking in Symonds Yat, Forest of Dean

Something Britain prides itself on is its luscious and diverse countryside. If you are a lover of wandering amongst the natural beauty of Britain, Symonds Yat offers many walks with spectacular views. Symonds Yat is a popular tourist destination just a few miles from the Welsh border and straddles the River Wye in the Forest […]

Autumn in Ross on Wye

Ross on Wye is a quaint old market town situated in the heart of Herefordshire. The town sits high above the River Wye and is clearly visible for miles around. The church steeple is marker for Ross, both day and night. The town owes a great deal to the philanthropist John Kyrle and his achievements […]

Accommodation in Herefordshire

Herefordshire straddles the border between England and Wales and has a low population density of around 180,000 people for the whole county. It exists as one of the most rural counties in England, and as such, offers stunning scenery which consists of rolling wooded hills, farm land and the beautiful River Wye. Where to Stay? Herefordshire […]