Situated in the beautiful county of Herefordshire, which is known for apples, cider, hops and beef, historic Ledbury is close to the borders of both Worcestershire and Gloucestershire and nestles in the lee of the Malvern Hills. 

Ledbury's most famous landmark, the 17th Century Market House dominates the High Street. Leading up from the Market House is Church Lane, one of the most photographed streets in England. With its cobbles, black and white timber framed houses and the church spire in the background it is not hard to see why.

Two guided walks around Ledbury are available. The first is The Historic Walk, a fascinating walking tour taking you through the history of the town from its Anglo Saxon origins. The second is the more lighthearted evening tour, The Ghost Walk....but prepare to be scared!

Check out the 'Visit Ledbury' website for more information about Ledbury. For more information about Herefordshire and the surrounding area visit the Eat, Sleep, Live Herefordshire website or the Visit Herefordshire website.