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Weobley Cottages

193 properties found

Hereford (5mls NW), Herefordshire

Apple Tree Cottage Little Parks

221

Our grading

7 nights

£428 - £659

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Hereford (5mls NW), Herefordshire

Bramble Cottage Little Parks

321

Our grading

7 nights

£436 - £801

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

The Forge

322

Our grading

7 nights

£481 - £987

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Hereford (7mls NW), Herefordshire

Quercus

4212

Our grading

7 nights

£429 - £854

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Kinnersley, Herefordshire

The Rabbit Run

4232

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7 nights

£459 - £1,090

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

Field Cottage Kington

4211

Our grading

7 nights

£468 - £899

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Leominster (6.5mls W), Herefordshire

The Old Bakehouse Pembridge

4222

Our grading

7 nights

£482 - £1,097

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

The Lodge Kington

422

Our grading

7 nights

£665 - £1,172

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

Gardeners Cottage

6321

Our grading

7 nights

£468 - £915

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

The Colloquy

1687

Our grading

7 nights

£3,301 - £6,869

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Kington (3mls E), Herefordshire

The Sherriffs

18861

Our grading

7 nights

£2,049 - £5,275

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The Lookout - Llanigon

211

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7 nights

£408 - £798

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Holidays in Weobley

A large village in the Herefordshire Marches, Weobley is famed for being part of the Black and White Village Trail. Its wooden beamed architecture is a striking feature that dates back hundreds of years, lending it to be a popular destination along the trail.

Having won the Calor Gas and Daily Telegraph contest for 'Great British Village of the Year' in 1999, a sculpture was commissioned to be built depicting a magpie, Weobley's emblem, which stands proudly as a prominent and patriotic feature in the centre of the village.

Popular with walkers, there are plenty of trails to follow in the area including The Marches Way, whilst famous attractions nearby include Monkland Cheese Dairy and Hampton Court Castle Estate.