The city of Birmingham sits like an island in a sea of green, with the Shropshire Hills AONB to the west, the Malverns and the Cotswolds to the south, and the Peak District to the north. You can even get down to the Wye Valley or Bannau Brycheiniog National Park in under a couple of hours. And the best thing? All that green space is home to over 250 of our amazing places to stay, personally inspected by us to make sure you can immerse yourself in nature with only a short hop from the city. Take a look at our collection of the best glamping spaces near Birmingham.
Powys is big, green and many-layered. Just like a leek, funnily enough. Here are some of our favourite ways to get a feel for the scenic county’s extreme sports, sustainable tech and fine traditions of cooking and brewing. These three rough itineraries are a mere scratch in the surface of a place bursting with potential adventure.
Follow along with us as we take on Herefordshire, going in a spiral from Hereford to Ross-on-Wye, to Bromyard, to Leominster to Hay-on-Wye. You could take these places on in any order, but this imagines you starting in the ‘capital’ of Herefordshire first.
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