Herefordshire: Hopleys Barrow

Hopleys barrow is located on Prothither Farm close to the picturesque village of Hoarwithy, set within the Wye Valley of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The name 'Hopleys' remains a bit of a mystery however the views afforded from the 20 acre field are beautiful. The barrow will be orientated towards the West and will enjoy an uninterrupted vista towards the Forest of Dean, and weather permitting the Black Mountains.

Flanked by mature woodland and ancient hedgerows Hopleys is a haven for wildlife, providing an incredibly beautiful and peaceful venue to celebrate life.

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The village of Hoarwithy is located south Hereford tucked away in a little corner of England amid the rich water-meadows of the Wye Valley. Just 10/15 minutes drive from the M50.

Open Day & Conversation Friday 24th March 1pm - 4pm at the church in Hoarwithy - no tickets or reservations required.

For more information about Hopleys barrow please contact us at: info@sacredstones.co.uk

Directions 

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 Download a printable pdf file of the above map here: Hoarwithy - Map.pdf

 

 

Barrow Central chamber through to entrance
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Medium size niche detail