Ledbury is a market town in Herefordshire, England.
Ledbury lies between the Cotswolds and the Welsh Marches.
By roadDirections from London Take M4 West.
Exit M4 at junction 15 (Swindon).
Follow A419/A417 to Cirencester and Gloucester (Dual Carriageway).
Before Gloucester exit A417 onto M5 North (towards Birmingham) at junction 11A and continue as if from North or South.
Directions from North or South Exit M5 at junction 8 onto M50.
Exit M50 at junction 2 Follow A417 to Ledbury.
By railhas direct train from/to London Paddington - duration 2.45hrs
address: 3 High St, HR8 1DSBuilt in 1617.
phone: +44 1531 633160address: Eastnor, HR8 1RLA fairy tale Georgian castle built between 1810 and 1824 from designs by Sir Robert Smirke.It sits within a 5,000 acre estate and is the family home for the Hervey-Bathursts who are the direct descendents of Earl Somers, the original owner. The castle sits in estate grounds of around 5000 acres and there are numerous walks as well as a deer park and an off-road driving circuit.
phone: +44 1531 631531address: Upper Rd, Eastnor, HR8 1RAWhich was built in 1852 to a design by the architect Sir George Gilbert Scott.
- The Big Chill festival takes place in the grounds of Eastnor Castle in August.
phone: +44 1531 632963address: 14 New St, HR8 2DX
phone: +44 1531 635266address: 25 High Street, HR8 1DS
Eastnor CastleCan be hired and there are luxury bedrooms and high quality cooking but this can only be done on a party basis and it is not a hotel. There is also a campsite for both tents and touring caravans at the castle.