The local area
There’s everything you’d every need, right in Bromyard. The quaint market town is rightly proud of its high street full of privately owned shops. There’s a Post Office, bank and lots of great pubs, cafes and restaurants in the town too. The Conquest Theatre is the cultural heart of the town and the Bromyard Community Hospital caters for the town’s health needs.
There’s also a handy Co-op supermarket just a minute from the development. A couple of minute’s walk away in the centre of the town is well-equipped playground, skate park and playing field for the children. And for fitness lovers, there’s a gym in the town too.
Known as the ‘Town of Festivals’, from music and arts festivals to the summer gala there’s always something going on in the town.
Bromyard itself lies between the historic cathedral cities of Hereford and Worcester. Both are about 15 miles from the development.
Hereford’s relaxed and picturesque city centre is home to all your favourite shops, plus the new £90 million Old Market shopping and entertainment venue. Here you can shop, eat and even catch a movie.
Alternatively, head east on the A44 for Worcester. There’s something for everyone in this beautiful city along the River Severn, including some fantastic shopping and restaurants in the medieval Friar Street.
A great location for growing families, there’s a good choice of schools close to home. St Peter’s Primary School is a few minute’s walk from your door. For older children, Queen Elizabeth Humanities College is less than a mile away.
Out and about
With stunning historic cities, bustling market towns, picture postcard villages as well as the awe-inspiring scenery of the Wye Valley and the Malverns, you’ll never run out of great things to see and do.
Just a few minute’s drive from Bromyard is the National Trust Brockhampton Estate. Explore the medieval manor or take a stroll in the 1700 acres of woodland in the rolling Herefordshire hills. Or head to Hampton Court Castle, Gardens and Parkland and take a tour of the 15th century castle, get lost in the maze or simply lose yourself in the award-winning gardens and parkland.
For more stunning scenery, the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just over 10 miles away. Famous for its dramatic landscapes, stunning castles and world-famous spring water, whether you want to relax and unwind, or get your adrenaline flowing, there’s something for everyone here.
If you fancy something different from all this natural beauty, vibrant and modern Birmingham city centre is easy to get to and only 50 miles away.
The A44 run through Bromyard and is just a few minutes from Porthouse Rise. Head east for Worcester or west for Leominster. The A465 from Bromyard takes you straight into Hereford.