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  • Chancellors
  • 20 King Street
  • Hereford
  • HR4 9DB, UK
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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 20 King Street
  • Hereford
  • HR4 9DB, UK
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It may be a city steeped in history, but Hereford manages to balance modern-day luxuries with the character of its market past. For newcomers to the area, it’s made even more attractive given the prime location among scenic West Midlands countryside.

Only a short distance from the Welsh border, Hereford sits on the banks of the River Wye between the Brecon Beacons and Malvern Hills. As such, it’s a playground for the adventurous, with endless walking trails and thrilling watersports.

Back on dry land, Hereford promises a more laid-back experience thanks to its pedestrianised shopping district. It gives all the charm of a traditional market town where independent businesses sit alongside historical sights. This includes the towering cathedral, which draws visitors from far and wide.

All the major high street retailers can be found at Maylord Shopping Centre, while Hereford Butter Market is home to a variety of indoor food and craft stalls. This passion for locally sourced produce is also evident in the many renowned restaurants, as well as the quaint pubs serving locally produced cider.

Other attractions include the ODEON cinema, bowling alley, Hereford Leisure Centre and the many museums. Along with its exceptional schools, Hereford boasts star quality for both families and the younger generation.


Transportation in Hereford

Situated close to the M5 corridor, Hereford offers impressive transport links to the rest of the UK. Both London and Manchester are within a three-hour drive, while Birmingham and Bristol can be reached in under one hour.

Hereford station runs frequent services to many of the major hubs across the UK. Trains run every hour to Birmingham, Cardiff and Manchester. Travel to London is just as convenient, with 60 services per day to London Paddington, taking approximately three hours and 20 minutes.


Primary and secondary schools in Hereford

Hereford is home to a great choice of both state and private schools, many of which have been deemed ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Hereford Cathedral School is an independent co-educational day school catering to children aged three to 18. This renowned establishment is part of the ancient Hereford Cathedral Foundation, which dates back to the 7th century.

Other institutes at secondary level include The Hereford Academy, which provides specialist teaching in sport and science. Alternatively, the Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School has been awarded status as a Technology College, boasting impressive facilities for both mathematics and the sciences.

The nearby University of Gloucestershire provides opportunities for those undertaking higher education, while other nearby institutes deliver specialist undergraduate and postgraduate courses. These include the Hereford College of Arts, as well as the Herefordshire and Ludlow College.


History of Hereford

Victoria Bridge in Hereford, opened in 1898
Victoria Bridge in Hereford, opened in 1898

Hereford’s rich heritage can be seen on every street corner. With plenty of historic attractions, visitors are often fascinated to learn more about the area’s past. Dating back to the 7th century, it first began as an Anglo-Saxon settlement and fortified defence against the Welsh.

Following the Norman conquest of England, Hereford left behind its roots as a military stronghold and became an established market town. A leather and wool industry prospered, while the rebuilding of Hereford Cathedral brought pilgrims and friars to the area. Part of this original structure can still be enjoyed, although much of Hereford’s present-day cathedral was rebuilt again in the 18th century.

Although the wool industry eventually died out, cider-making flourished and Hereford still attracted nearby traders as a thriving agricultural centre. The opening of a county hospital and colleges during the 20th century brought modern-day amenities without damaging the rural charm which can still be enjoyed today.


Things to do in Hereford

Hereford Cathedral
Hereford Cathedral

Hereford is home to a winning combination of modern and historic attractions. From its shopping centres to leisure facilities, museums and crumbling castles, here are just a few of the highlights:

  • Hereford Cathedral
  • Hereford Cider Museum
  • The Old House
  • The Herefordshire Trail
  • Hereford Leisure Pool
  • Berrington Hall
  • Waterworks Museum
  • The Courtyard
  • ODEON Cinema
  • MFA Bowl Hereford
  • Hereford Museum and Art Gallery
  • Goodrich Castle
  • Brockhampton Estate


How to get to Hereford

  • By road: For those travelling from the north or south, head for the A49, which runs directly through Hereford City Centre. Alternatively, those visiting from the east should take Junction 7 of the M5 and continue onto the A4103, following signs for the city centre.
  • By rail: Hereford railway station sits on the main line from Cardiff to Birmingham, as well as Manchester. Direct trains are also available from London Paddington.

Estate Agents Hereford 

If you are looking for an estate agent in Hereford, Chancellors is here to offer all the support and guidance you may need. Our Hereford estate agents provide a range of services to those looking to buyrent or sell in the Herefordshire area and beyond.   

Located in the heart of the city on King Street, our Hereford branch is ideally placed. Our dedicated team is on hand to assist with your property search, whether you are looking to buy or rent. We have a fantastic selection of properties for your consideration, with options to suit every budget and requirement. 

We are available to take your call and meet you in our branch six days a week, from Monday to Saturday. Wherever your property search might take you, Chancellors is here for you.  


Which Areas of Hereford Do You Cover? 

Our Hereford estate agents operate in the following areas: 

  • Hereford 
  • Holmer 
  • Bartestree 
  • Hampton Bishop 
  • Burghill 
  • Wellington 
  • Tarrington 
  • Kings Acre 
  • Sutton  
  • St Nicholas 
  • Credenhill 


As well as the immediate Hereford area we also serve Leominster and Kington. 


What is Hereford Like?  

Hereford is a historic cathedral city in the county of Herefordshire. With a population of 60,800, Hereford is the most populous area of Herefordshire by some distance. Hereford sits on the River Wye and is just 16 miles east of the border with Wales.  

Hereford combines modern-day living with a charming twist, not forgetting its market roots. It is a wonderful place to call home for young people and families alike with modern amenities, well-known and independent retailers, and a great selection of eateries.  

Hereford has a number of highly-rated schools too, many of which are rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.  


Hereford Transport Links 

Hereford offers excellent transport links to the rest of the UK. Birmingham and Bristol are the nearest big cities and can be reached in just an hour by car. Manchester and London are also both a three-hour drive away. 

Hereford railway station serves the city of Hereford and is a 5-minute walk from the city centre. It lies on the Welsh Marches Lane between Leominster and Abergavenny. There are direct trains to Birmingham, Cardiff and Manchester every hour from Hereford. You can also get a direct journey to London Paddington, with up to 60 services running every day. 


What are the Main Attractions in Hereford? 

There is plenty to keep you entertained in the town itself, with a lively independent shopping scene and vibrant cultural life to partake in. The lush woodland of the Weir Garden is just a short distance from the city centre, and you are within easy reach of wonderful countryside and outdoor spaces, including the Malvern Hills and Brecon Beacons too, offering endless walking opportunities as well as thrilling watersport adventures. 

The towering gothic golden-stone cathedral is Hereford’s most popular destination, attracting visitors from far and wide. Here you can view the Mappa Mundi, the largest surviving medieval map in the world. The cathedral also has the world’s biggest chained library, dating back from a time when the books were so precious that they were locked away. 

Hereford is home to a number of highly-regarded museums, including the Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, the Hereford Cider Museum Trust, the Black and White House Museum and the Waterworks Museum.  

The annual Three Choirs Festival, one of the oldest music festivals in the British Isles, also takes place in Hereford every three years. 


Shopping, Restaurants, Entertainment and Leisure in Hereford 

The Independent Quarter, tucked away near the cathedral, is centred around quirky Church Street and East Street. Art galleries and many lifestyle and fashion boutiques can be found in this delightful area of the city.   

The historic Hereford Butter Market is the hidden gem of Hereford. This terrific indoor market has a host of stalls including butchers, fishmongers and a range of locally sourced and produced fruits, vegetables, honey and other foodstuffs. 

The Maylord Shopping Centre is a complex of chain retailers as well as local boutiques and a 24-hour fitness centre. A small selection of restaurants and a coffee shop can also be found here.  

Hereford is a great place for foodies to call home too. Local produce is used in abundance in Hereford’s restaurants, providing customers with a true taste of the county. The Bookshop serves up tremendous steaks and you can feast on award-winning burgers at the Beefy Boys. For a taste of Italy, try the Cotto and Ponte Vecchio.  

Hereford’s main theatre and cultural venue is the Courtyard Centre for the Arts, located just outside the city centre. A multi-screen state-of-the-art ODEON cinema screening blockbusters in 2-D and 3-D format can be found in the Old Market precinct. 

The Halo Hereford Leisure Centre is extremely popular with the locals with a fantastic selection of activities. The centre has a gym, swimming pool, sauna, sports hall, golf course, athletic tracks, football, cricket and tennis pitches and many other facilities. 


Are You Looking to Buy or Rent in Hereford? 

Hereford sometimes feels like a forgotten gem of the UK. This historic, charming city has so much to offer. Its excellent transport connections, fantastic schools, vibrant town centre and close proximity to outstanding outdoor spaces make it a great place to call home for young people and families. 

If you are considering buying or renting in Hereford, our experienced estate agents are here to offer you guidance and support. We will take the time to understand your own needs and requirements, before drawing up a list of suitable properties for you to consider.  

We have a wonderful selection of properties in Hereford, including flats, large family homes and town houses. Here at Chancellors, we are dedicated to providing the exceptional service we have become known for.  

If you would like to contact us about our Hereford properties, or if you have any other questions about the housing market in Hereford, please get in touch with our Hereford branch today on: