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3.93km from Haugh Wood
Shipley Gardens surround a 17th Century Wye Valley homestead standing upon the site of previous dwellings that since Roman times have administered the adjacent ford and former ferry .The garden was made by Bob Macadie after 1970 with plantings of shrubs, herbaceous perennials and wildflower mixes.
6.25km from Haugh Wood
Rotherwas was the family chapel of the Roman Catholic Bodenham family. The chapel features an Elizabethan timber roof, a very striking 18th-century tower topped by a peculiar spire, and extravagant Victorian-era interior paintings. The Victorian remodeling of Rotherwas Chapel was the work of Peter Paul Pugin. Nearby is the site of successive houses: the medieval half-timbered mansion, its stone-built Tudor extension and its Georgian successor, built-in 1732 but itself demolished in 1926.
9.02km from Haugh Wood
Bishop's Meadow is a 21.8 hectare Local Nature Reserve on the northern outskirts of Loughborough in Leicestershire. It is owned and managed by Charnwood Borough Council. Set in the idyllic open Breconshire countryside, with breathtaking views of the Beacons, Bishops Meadow offers the perfect setting for families and couples to relax, indulge, enjoy and discover the magic of Mid Wales.
9.13km from Haugh Wood
Hereford Cathedral is built on a place of worship used since Saxon times. It contains some of the finest examples of art and architecture from Norman times to the present day, including the famous Mappa Mundi, the medieval Chained Library and the Hereford Magna Carta. There are also many opportunities for visitors to experience the music of the cathedral with a range of concerts and recitals taking place during the year.
Black and White House Museum
9.14km from Haugh Wood
The Black and White House Museum - also known as 'the Old House' - has been called 'a perfectly preserved Jacobean timber-framed house'. It is a place which vividly tells both it's own immensely varied story and nearly four centuries of Hereford's history. Built in 1621, the house has been used for many purposes over the years, starting life as a butcher's home and shop and finishing its commercial life in the hands of Lloyds Bank in the late 1920s.
Hereford Museum and Art Gallery
9.25km from Haugh Wood
Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, housed in a spectacular Victorian gothic building, has been exhibiting artefacts and works of fine and decorative art connected with the local area since 1874. The building is an exhibit in itself, as a fine example of Victorian gothic architecture, built in 1874. The façade includes carvings of animals and birds reflecting the interests of the museum’s founders.
Hereford Cider Museum
9.87km from Haugh Wood
The Cider Museum is a museum in Hereford, England, about the history of cider. The museum holds a nationally important collection covering the history of cider. It's set in the former Bulmer's cider factory with champagne cider cellars dating from 1889. Listen to oral history recordings and view 19th century watercolours of cider apples and perry pears and appreciate the delicately engraved collection of English lead crystal cider glasses.
Waterworks Museum - Hereford
10.3km from Haugh Wood
The museum is one of Herefordshire’s leading visitor attractions with something for all ages. Children enjoy using hands on exhibits, including in the unique Heritage Water Park, and the museum has a permanent exhibition to Hereford in WW2. YOu can see the UK’s widest range of working pumps and engines from across Herefordshire, neighbouring counties and Wales, most of which are the last working examples of their type.
Butcher Row House Museum
11.38km from Haugh Wood
Butcher Row House Museum features many items of local interest including reproduction helmets and breastplates that would have been worn in the Battle of Ledbury in 1645 and a small collection of musical instruments ranging from a ‘hurdy-gurdy’ to a Tibetan pipe fashioned from a thigh bone. The cottage used to stand on Ledbury's High Street and was one of 15 burgage houses and shops making up Butchers Row.
Ledbury Heritage Centre
11.4km from Haugh Wood
This beautiful heritage center is located in the centre of Ledbury is a gem of a Grade II* Listed 16th-century building with an enigmatic history. It tells the history of Ledbury through its buildings and its trades. Originally maintained and run by the Council, it is now owned by Ledbury Places, a charity established to keep such well-loved and historically important buildings in the ownership of the town, to be used and enjoyed by all.
11.54km from Haugh Wood
Belmont Abbey is a monastery of the Benedictine Order operational for 1500+ years. It stands on a small hill overlooking the city of Hereford to the east, with views across to the Black Mountains, Wales to the west. The 19th century Abbey also serves as a parish church.
13.71km from Haugh Wood
A dynamic and beautiful castle situated in a 5000-acre estate in the Malvern Hills within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The castle, surrounded by a lake, deer park, and arboretum, with magnificent views of the rolling Herefordshire countryside, is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family. The twelve guest castle bedrooms – eleven doubles and one large single, four with four-poster beds – have been individually designed with style. It is the perfect place for castle weddings, romantic sta
15.45km from Haugh Wood
The obelisk is a monument to various distinguished members of the Somers Cocks family. This prominant 90ft monument is visible for miles around and carries four inscriptions.
15.85km from Haugh Wood
One of the largest stretches of open water in Herefordshire, covering around 50 acres, located in the Lugg Valley, about 2 miles from Queenswood. It is an important overwintering and breeding area for birds and other aquatic wildlife and half of the site is managed as a wildlife refuge with restricted public access.
16.15km from Haugh Wood
Raggedstone Hill is situated on the range of Malvern Hills that runs approximately 13 kilometres north-south along the Herefordshire-Worcestershire border. Raggedstone Hill lies close to the borders of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. It has an elevation of 254 meters. The northern flank of the hill lies on the southern side of the Hollybush pass, from where its summit is a brisk 15–20 minutes steep walk from the nearby Hollybush car park.
16.25km from Haugh Wood
Midsummer Hill is situated in the range of Malvern Hills that runs approximately 13 kilometers north-south along the Herefordshire-Worcestershire border. It is the site of an Iron Age hill fort that spans Midsummer Hill and Hollybush Hill. The hillfort is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is owned by Natural England.
16.34km from Haugh Wood
Treago Castle is a fortified manor house in the Parish of St Weonards, Herefordshire, England. Built c.1500, it was recorded as a Grade I listed building on 30 April 1986—based on its extant medieval architecture, quadrangle courtyard layout and defensive wall corner towers.
British Camp Hill Fort
16.42km from Haugh Wood
British Camp is an Iron Age hill fort located at the top of Herefordshire Beacon in the Malvern Hills. The hillfort is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is owned and maintained by Malvern Hills Conservators. One of the iconic attractions in this area and attracts a lot of tourists.
16.43km from Haugh Wood
The Herefordshire Beacon is one of the hills of the Malvern Hills. It is surrounded by a British iron age hill FORTS, earthwork known as British camp. One of the nice trekking destinations and also you can spend some nice time in the middle of nature. On the eastern slope of Herefordshire Beacon, there is a disused reservoir, British Camp Reservoir, which holds approximately 213,000 cubic metres.
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Haugh Wood, Hereford HR1, UK
Haugh Woods is a 350 hectare mixed woodland, designated as an SSSI due to the rich diversity and nationally recognized for its butterflies and moths, with over 600 species living there. It was an important place for butterflies and moths, with over 600 species recorded within it. This makes the wood one of the top 10 woods in the country.