Country Living at its Best

Nestled in the beautiful rural landscape of Herefordshire, Weobley is close to the border of England and Wales.

Weobley is distinctive, its central streets lined with striking black and white timber buildings which date back to medieval times. It is part of the Black and White Village Trail of Herefordshire – a circular 40 mile motor / cycle route running west from the ancient town of Leominster, through orchards, hopyards and picturesque monochrome villages.

Offering a leisurely pace of life, the village is within easy access of the bustling towns of Hereford and Leominster, and less than an hour from the majestic Malvern Hills.

Village Life

Weobley has a convivial community spirit, one that shone through beautifully when the village hosted the BBC’s programme The One Show in 2016, having been cherry-picked 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.

The primary and secondary schools in Weobley all have good OFSTED ratings, outstanding facilities and are highly regarded.

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.