Happy New Year!

First of all I’d like to say a huge Happy New Year to you all! We hope you had the most magical Christmas, and celebrated the New Year in style!

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also tire you out! So what better way to pick yourself up from those post Christmas blues than with a relaxing getaway in the heart of the most beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

Here’s a little bit about Herefordshire and reasons why you should enjoy a rural retreat here with family or friends in 2016.

The county is rich with stunning landscapes, walkers call our Herefordshire countryside breathtaking, even the sound of the countryside is enough to relax you, and the many trails that the area has to offer are the perfect destresser. Our estate sits right in the centre of the countryside, so you don’t have to go far to enjoy a calming walk, in fact you can even take it all in if you gaze out of the window, as the views from the properties spread far and wide across the county.

Foodies enthuse about the quality of our produce. The county is famous for its cider and the estate is surrounded by orchards, which provide each guest with a delicious smell when waking up on the estate. For a real foodie experience, visit one of many artisan food markets at one of the county’s market towns, or wine and dine at one of our favourite restaurants here.

Then there’s the art, history, poetry and literature. The parts of the county that appeal to those looking for a lesson on culture! Again, each market town has it’s own unique beauty to offer, so when staying with us at the estate, make sure you make your way round as many as possible. There’s historic Hereford, foodie Ludlow, the literary town of Hay-on-Wye and many more.

So with its beautiful landscapes, local producers, history and many events, Herefordshire is the perfect English holiday spot for a family or group of friends. So join us this year at White Heron Properties! www.whiteheronproperties.com

We’re excited for 2016 and we can’t wait to meet you all...

Jo x