Herefordshire

(Herefordscir)
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  • Arrow Mill, Kingsland

    Arrow Mill, Kingsland, Herefordshire, West Midlands

    Watermill

    Arrow Mill is a large 17th century building with a low breastshot waterwheel in Herefordshire England.

    West Midlands - Herefordshire, near Shirl Heath

    Arrow Mill is a large 17th century building with a low breastshot waterwheel in Herefordshire England.

    It ahs a 19th century machiner and 3 pairs of stones.

    (National Mills Weekend 2019: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th of May)
    (Please, always check if the mill is open to the public before your visit.)


  • Arrow Mill, Kington

    Arrow Mill, Kington, Herefordshire, West Midlands

    Watermill

    Arrow Mill, Kington is a water mill in Kington Herefordshire England.

    West Midlands - Herefordshire, Kington

    Arrow Mill, Kington is a water mill in Kington Herefordshire England.

    A large water mill complex that is now part of a garden centre and contains a microhydropower plant.

    (National Mills Weekend 2019: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th of May)
    (Please, always check if the mill is open to the public before your visit.)


  • Arthur's Stone - (EH)

    Arthur's Stone, Herefordshire, West Midlands

    Historic Interest

    ll overlooking both the Golden Valley, Herefordshire and the Wye Valley, Herefordshire.

    The tomb is topped by a large capstone, estimated to weigh more than 25 tonnes. The capstone rests on nine uprights and there is a curved, 4.6 metre long entrance passageway.

    To the north, there was once a cup-marked stone called the Quoit Stone. This can no longer be clearly seen, and now a stone to the south of the monument has become known as the Quoit Stone.#more

    The stones would originally have been buried within a mound, aligned north-south and of approximately 25 metres in length with an east-facing entrance and a south-facing false portal. The mound is now, however, almost completely eroded and the capstone is broken with a large section fallen from its underside.

    The site is defined and protected by a wooden fence.

    The site is seen as a northerly outlier of the well known Severn-Cotswold tomb Group of chambered tombs and one of five Neolithic tombs in the local area.

    It is located between the villages of Dorstone and Bredwardine, and more generally between Hereford to the east and Hay-on-Wye to the wes

    West Midlands - Herefordshire, br Bredwardine

    Arthur's Stone, Herefordshire is a Neolithic chambered tomb, or Dolmen, dating from 3,700 BC – 2,700 BC and is situated on the ridge line of a hill overlooking both the Golden Valley, Herefordshire and the Wye Valley, Herefordshire.

    The tomb is topped by a large capstone, estimated to weigh more than 25 tonnes. The capstone rests on nine uprights and there is a curved, 4.6 metre long entrance passageway.

    To the north, there was once a cup-marked stone called the Quoit Stone. This can no longer be clearly seen, and now a stone to the south of the monument has become known as the Quoit Stone. .. more


     


  • Berrington Hall - (NT)

    Berrington Hall, Herefordshire, West Midlands

    Country House

    Berrington Hall is a country house located about 3 miles (4.

    West Midlands - Herefordshire, near Leominster

    Berrington Hall is a country house located about 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Leominster, Herefordshire, England. During the 20th century it was the seat of the Cawley family.

    It is a neoclassical country house building which was designed by Henry Holland in 1778-81 for Thomas Harley. It has a somewhat austere exterior, but the interiors are subtle and delicate. Berrington Hall is home to the Elmar Digby furniture collection, paintings by, amongst others, Thomas Luny (1759–1837) and the Charles Paget Wade costume collection from Snowshill which can be viewed by appointment. The 'below stairs' areas and servants' quarters which are open to the public include a Victorian laundry and Georgian dairy. Berrington has been in the care of the National Trust since 1957 and is, along with its gardens, open to the public.



     


  • Brockhampton Estate - (NT)

    Brockhampton Estate, Herefordshire, West Midlands

    Estate

    The Brockhampton Estate is a farmed estate in Herefordshire, England, which is owned by the National Trust.

    West Midlands - Herefordshire, Bringsty, near Bromyard

    The Brockhampton Estate is a farmed estate in Herefordshire, England, which is owned by the National Trust.

    The Brockhampton Estate is located on the edge of Bringsty Common near the town of Bromyard.

    The main attraction of the Brockhampton Estate is Lower Brockhampton, a timber framed manor house that dates back to the late 14th century. The manor house is surrounded by a moat and is entered by a newly restored gatehouse at the front of the house.

    The house is surrounded by 1,000 acres (400 ha) of farmland, some of it parkland with fine specimen trees, and 700 acres (280 ha) of woodland.

    In 2010, the National Trust undertook a major restoration project to the house using traditional wattle and daub building methods.