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Autumn in the park at Brockhampton Estate, Herefordshire | © National Trust Images/David Noton
Worcestershire & Herefordshire

Herefordshire views red trail at Brockhampton

Enjoy sweeping views across the county and beyond, to Bringsty Common, the Clee Hills, Cotswolds and Malvern Hills. This short walk takes you on a circular route around the top of the estate, taking in the church, Park Pond and glimpses of what used to be the walled garden for the Georgian house.

Total steps: 4

Total steps: 4

Start point

The top car park at Brockhampton Estate.

Step 1

Turn left out the car park and follow the right fork. Go through the gate next to the cattle grid until you see the red way marker. Follow the red arrow to the right to begin the walk. Go past Park Pond and, with the fence on your right-hand side, follow the path straight ahead.

Step 2

At the corner of the field, follow the path to the left. Keep the wooded area on your right-hand side. When you reach the end of the field, follow the path to the right, across the road.

Step 3

Continue walking straight on until you reach the end of the field. From here, you will be able to see views of the Malvern Hills.

Step 4

Turn left and walk alongside the fence down the next side of the field towards the Georgian Brockhampton House. Turn left and follow the path until you reach the road, turn right onto the road. Go through the gate next to the cattle grid.

End point

Granary shop and kiosk.

Trail map

Trail map for Herefordshire views red walk at Brockhampton
Trail map for Herefordshire views red walk at Brockhampton | © Crown copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey

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Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty, near Bromyard, Herefordshire, WR6 5TB

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