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Hereford History

The city of Hereford, originally founded in Saxon times and growing in its historical importance through the 7th, 13th and 15th Centuries, is the heart of Herefordshire and serves as a scenic gateway for travellers wishing to visit Worcestershire to its East or Wales to its West.

Taking a walk over the cityís medieval bridge and stepping into the breathtaking Cathedral, built circa 1079 AD, provides you with an insight into Britainís rich ancestry.

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The Cathedral is the oldest in England with the 800 years old St Stephens Chair and the Mappa Mundi, a 13th Century map of the world, showcased inside. Ambling around its medieval streets, with buildings from every British era, the city centre blends old with new; shops there suitable for all, from famous high street names, such as Marks and Spencer, to a variety of independent outlets.


The Bay Horse Inn, 236 King's Acre Road, Hereford, HR4 0SD, info@bayhorseinnhereford.co.uk | phone : 01432273351
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