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Lucksall is perfectly placed for getting out in the idyllic Herefordshire countryside and enjoying the fresh air. There is an abundance of wildlife and plenty of photograph opportunities.

Just opposite the Park is Westwoods, 90 acres of woodland owned by Lucksall Park for all our guests to enjoy. This area of Woodland as kept as a nature reserve for wildlife such as Buzzards, Squirrels and Deer, what wildlife will you see?

Adjoining the above is a further 200 acres of woodland leading across to the village of Fownhope which as two pubs - The New Inn (dogs welcome) and The Green Man.

Maps of local walks are available to purchase from reception.

Alternatively, if you wish to print your own prior to your stay you can find some of the local walks on the following web page:


Haugh Woods

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  • Just over a mile away is the forestry commission owned Haugh Woods. Stretching over 850 acres providing a safe environment for cycling for all the family.
  • The woodland can be enjoyed from the firm and wide fire roads that run throughout or walkers/cyclists can enjoy the woodland by following the many trails.

Adjoining Haugh Wood is Broadmoor Nature Reserve known as Broadmoor Common, with a wide range of species (especially wildflowers and butterflies) and with the wet grasslands and ponds attracting some unusual birds and amphibians.

Riverside Walking & Wye Valley Walk


Riverside walking is also available by following public footpaths right by Lucksall, giving an ideal opportunity to observe the rugged wild nature of the Wye, as well as watching the great array of wildlife that thrives on the Wye; from kingfishers and otters to curlews and swans.

You can also join The Wye Valley Walk which runs along side Lucksall Park's woodland providing a perfect mix of hill and river walking.

Mordiford Loop Walk

Mordiford Loop is a 4 mile circular walk that takes you around the rural Herefordshire countryside of Mordiford.

Mordiford is well-known for it's tale about a dragon, who was once said to live nearby in Haugh Wood, but would amble down to the riverbank to drink from the Lugg and Wye.

Wooden sculptures can be found on the walk to help illustrate the tale of the dragon.