Hereford, in Herefordshire in the West Midlands, sits on the River Wye. It has been a great base for the past week.

The Old House is a timber-framed Jacobean building, built in 1621, and is now a museum.

We enjoyed a coffee down on the River Wye.

Hereford Cathedral, which dates from the early 12th century, has architectural style from Norman times to modern technology in recent renovations and repairs.

Indian restaurants are very popular over here so after a drink at the Barrels we dined at Marygolds.

Our apartment, The Flat 72, is on the second and third floor above Guy Patience. Guy & Laura rent out the apartment above Guy’s barber shop. Very comfortable.

From here we are moving down to Cornwall for the next week.

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7 Responses to Hereford

  1. olsonfamilytree says:

    No grass growing under you feet. All looks great and we’re really enjoying your trip. ENJOY H&T

  2. Debra Kolkka says:

    I have really enjoyed following your travels. I loved Cornwall, especially Fowey.

  3. Janet says:

    Try and stop at a little fishing village called Mevagissey in Cornwall I stayed there for 3 months when I was 18, gorgeous village 🌺

  4. Denise Wilkes says:

    Looking great you two…… xx

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