Country Living at its Best

Nestled in the beautiful rural landscape of Herefordshire, Weobley is close to the border of England and Wales. The village is within easy access of the bustling towns of Hereford and Leominster, and less than an hour from the majestic Malvern Hills, but it offers a leisurely pace of life.

Weobley is distinctive, its central streets lined with striking black and white timber buildings which date back to medieval times. The village's convivial community spirit shone when Weobley hosted the BBC’s The One Show in 2016, having been selected from a long list of national locations.

The village boasts excellent amenities, including a doctors' surgery, a dental surgery, a post office, a library, a restaurant, cafes, pubs, a few shops, and hairdressing and beauty services. You’ll find local artist Walenty Pytel’s Magnus The Magpie sculpture perched atop a plinth in the village centre – having been installed in 2000, it has now become a village emblem.

Shopping

Enjoy a spot of retail therapy at Hereford's Old Market shopping centre - this refurbished area of the city enjoys a blend of old-world charm and contemporary stores, including Debenhams, H&M, Jack Wills, Waitrose and more. A short walk away is the Maylord Shopping Centre, offering a colourful blend of quirky independents, hair and beauty salons, technology stores, niche food suppliers and big-name brands. Closer to home, Weobley offers a convenience store for mid-week top-ups, as well as a florist, a butcher's and a cafe selling both eat-in and take-out cakes, pastries and savouries.

Eating Out

Jules' Restaurant in Weobley is a staple of the village's social scene; offering sublime countryside cooking, it serves up traditional British fare that makes the most of the fantastic local produce available in Herefordshire - it's ideal for a weekend meal with visitors and is within easy walking distance of the development. The village is also home to a traditional village pub and a contemporary Indian restaurant and takeaway. If you're looking for a light lunch, the award-winning Green Bean Cafe serves a range of light bites, cakes and pastries, made fresh each day, as well as offering a deli packed with local delights. If you fancy something a bit different, the drive in to Hereford rewards you with a plethora of options: try the Beefy Boys, purveyors of internationally-acclaimed specialty burgers. If you are in the mood for something more refined, try Castle House. Nestled in the shadow of Hereford Cathedral, this waterfront restaurant offers gourmet fare from Head Chef Gabor Katona.

Education

Weobley offers both a primary and a secondary school, which are rated 'Good' by Ofsted. Situated side-by-side, both institutes offer outstanding facilities and are highly regarded. For further education, Hereford Sixth Form College offers a range of subjects and courses, and is accessible by both bus and car from Weobley.