Choose Weobley for a tranquil cottage holiday in a picture-perfect Herefordshire village. This large village is truly picturesque with historical buildings and tree-lined streets. Its inclusion as one of the "black and white villages" is due to its numerous timber-framed houses, some as old as the 15th century.
What Weobley, Herefordshire offers for Self-Catering Holidays
The beautiful historical buildings in Weobley have white paint and black oak beams, of the type that Herefordshire is renowned for. Weobley has village shops and a choice of places to get a meal, a snack or a pint. Join the village Heritage Trail and learn about the distinctive architecture of the buildings, or walk on the nearby Black and White Village Trail. You can also discover the lovely countryside of Herefordshire and The Marches on days out.
If you'd like to have a go at the latest craze known as geocaching whilst on a self-catering break, the village contains four caches, and hundreds of them can be found within 20 miles of Weobley. For the uninitiated, geocaching is a treasure hunt outside, with the aid of GPS navigation. But that's not all! Weobley also offers the ruins of an 11th century castle, a 12th century church and local history memorabilia and documents at Weobley Museum. This village even has its own cinema.
Attractions to Discover Whilst on a Self-Catering Break in Weobley
• Hereford is 10 miles away from Weobley and has enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a long time, including riverside walks along the River Wye, Hereford Cathedral and The Cider Museum.
• The market town of Leominster is also 10 miles away. More historic black and white buildings reside here, and it's a haven for anyone in the market for antiques.
For a relaxing cottage break in a truly picturesque area, Weobley in Herefordshire comes highly recommended.
Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Weobley, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in Herefordshire.