Bluebell Woods Herefordshire – Looking for some stunning bluebell woods in Herefordshire, then check out our suggestions, there are some great bluebell walks Herefordshire to explore.
If you do find some amazing Herefordshire Bluebell Woods, remember to tread carefully and stick to the paths, so that the many Bluebell Wood Herefordshire continue to thrive and not be destroyed.
It is a criminal offence to dig up Bluebell flowers, so remember to leave the Bluebell walk Herefordshire alone for everyone to enjoy.
Bluebell Woods Herefordshire To Explore
Location : Brockhampton Estate Bringsty near, Bromyard WR6 5TB
Join our ranger for a guided wildflower walk through the woodland at Brockhampton. Discover more about the woodlands we look after and see them surrounded by carpets of native British bluebells.
Date : 20th April 2023
Take a wander along the way-marked trails to find Brockhampton Woods’ bluebells. Head for the aptly named Paradise Wood (towards Blews Ditch) to see one of the best displays on the estate.
Location : Credenhill, Hereford HR4 7DH
With a past as a Roman army depot, medieval deer park and the site of an Iron Age tribal centre, Credenhill Park Wood is steeped in history. Add to that a range paths to explore, terrific views of the Black Mountains, stunning woodland flowers and a variety of wildlife, and this is simply too good a wood to miss.
Location : Yarpole, near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9PW
Croft’s parkland is transformed by carpets of bluebells in April and May. As you arrive at Croft this spring, you will notice smatterings of bluebells in and around the trees along the entrance drive. But if you really want to surround yourself by bursts of colour and blankets of blue, head to the wood pasture. There are thousands underneath the Candelabra Oak, which is the perfect spot to get lost in your thoughts and listen to the birds.
Location : Bussage, Stroud
Wander from Ledbury’s town centre to Frith Wood to take in the blue blooms. Enveloped by trees, the narrow track on the top ridge is carpeted with flowers.
Location : Lea and Paget’s Wood, Fownhope, Herefordshire
Situated on the slopes of the Woolhope Dome Landscape, Lea & Pagets Wood is arguably one of the finest ancient, semi-natural, broad-leaved woodlands in this area.
Large and spectacular drifts of bluebells make a fine show in springtime, mixed in with wood anemone, ramsons and early purple orchids. You can also spot herb paris, wild daffodil, sanicle, wild liquorice and greater butterfly orchid.
Location : Ganarew, Herefordshire, NP25 3SX
Wander through the drifts of bluebells and spot the rare whitebeam trees growing in amongst the caves and limestone cliffs. A Bronze Age hillfort crowns the woods, offering magnificent views.
Location : Pipe Aston, Ludlow SY8 4ED
You can, quite literally, stroll through fields of bluebells on Climbing Jack Common in Mortimer Forest. Leave the car at Blackpool car park and follow the path at the far end.
Location : Mouse Castle Wood, Hereford
Just a mile away from Hay-on-Wye is Mousecastle Wood. Glorious bluebells line the path.
Location : Just north of Fownhope, Woolhope Roa, Fownhope, Herefordshire
Ancient woodland with typical ground flora including an abundance of bluebells in spring.
Location : Dinmore Hill Leominster HR6 0PY
A magical spot to go bluebell spotting. Ramble around the woods with drifts of bluebells at your feet.
Location : Staunton on Arrow, Presteigne HR6 9LQ
Swathes of bluebells carpet these woods which are home to Roe, Fallow and Muntjac deer. Follow the gentle three-mile circular route from the car park to the Iron Age hillfort.
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