Local Information

Webbs Meadow sits within the quiet and pretty village of Lyonshall, with its picturesque timber-framed houses and surrounding farmland.

Just 3 miles away is the charming market town of Kington, which hosts a weekly Country Market and monthly Art and Craft Market, not forgetting December & June’s Food Fairs. In addition, Kington Agricultural Show is well worth a visit. You will also find plenty of first class eateries in the neighbouring villages. The Stagg at Titley is particularly worth a mention, proudly boasting a Michelin Star. The properties are also well placed for the centres of Leominster, Hereford and Ludlow.


Kington 3 miles / 6 mins
Shobdon Airfield 6 miles / 12 mins
Leominster 11 miles / 20 mins
Hay-on-Wye 15 miles / 27 mins
Hereford 16 miles / 30 mins
Ludlow 18 miles / 34 mins
M50 (Jct 4) 32 miles / 55 mins
Worcester 38 miles / 64 mins
Railway Stations Leominster, Hereford
Birmingham Airport 69 miles / 1 hr 45 mins


Primary: Eardisley, Almeley, Kington, Pembridge
Secondary: Lady Hawkins (Kington), Weobley High

Visit: www.herefordshire.gov.uk

Hereford Cathedral School, Lucton School, Moor Park School
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Herefordshire is proud of its heritage as the real home of cider. There are international names you will recognise, like Bulmers and Westons. However it is just as noteworthy for the abundance of smaller independent local brewers taking advantage of our unique climate and conditions to produce such high- quality varieties of cider. Brewing is not just limited to cider, with the award-winning Wye Valley Brewery producing much-loved beers such as Butty Bach and Hereford Pale Ale.


The Hereford breed of cattle is one of the oldest and is famous the world over for its distinctive physical shape and colour. Over five million pedigree Hereford cattle are farmed in over fifty countries worldwide, dominating the modern cattle trade. Despite its worldwide fame, the breed is still a familiar sight in Lyonshall today, as well as being prominently featured in agricultural shows across the UK. The prestigious herd is kept by Kinsey and his family and will continue to graze the fields surrounding Webbs Meadow.


Ryeland sheep date back to medieval times where they were renowned for the quality of their wool. Originally from Leominster, Queen Elizabeth I would insist on clothes made of their wool. Ryeland numbers declined in the 20th century but are happily on the increase now. They have a very distinctive appearance and often you will see grey or brown shades within the flock. We’re very proud of our Ryelands and so they’re a common sight across Kinsey’s farm on the edge of Lyonshall.