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Tourism in Clifford
Tourism accounts for a significant part of Clifford's economy.  Visitors are attracted by the proximity to the 'town of books', Hay-on-Wye, as well as by the scenery in Clifford itself.  Walkers hike through Clifford along the Wye Valley Walk and the Herefordshire Trail, and canoeists can often be seen floating past the village around the many bends of the River Wye.  

B&Bs
Walking
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Bed and Breakfasts in Clifford are listed below.  

Note to local B&B and self-catering accommodation owners: Currently there is no charge for this listing;
please contact the website manager if you would like your details to appear here. In return, please feel free to add a link to this website to your own site.

Julie Jones, Cottage farm, Middlewood, Clifford, Herefordshire, HR3 5SX.
Tel: 01497 831496
E-mail 
Website

John & Jane Neville, Hardwicke Green, Hardwicke, Herefordshire, HR3 5HA
Tel: 01497 831051
E-mail
Website

Tina & Philip Jackson, Haie Barn, The Bage, Dorstone, Herefordshire, HR3 5SU
01497 831729 

Megan Morrissey, Hawkeswood Farm, Hardwicke, Herefordshire
01497 820308
E-mail

Sylvia Mason, Locksters Pool, Clifford, Herefordshire
01497 831373
Camping also available.  

Ann Gladstone, Bullens Bank and Llangain, Archenfield, Hardwicke, Herefordshire

01865 556094 
Self-catering accommodation.
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Website 2

Marilyn & Bill Hurst, Springfield, Clifford, Hereford, HR3 5HU
E-mail

The Old Castle Inn, Clifford, Hereford, HR3 5ET
01497 831 063
Self-catering accommodation.
E-mail
Website

Simon Forrester, The Peren, Lower Wyeside, Herefordshire HR3 5EU
01497 831 225
Self-catering accommodation.
E-mail
Website

Libby Jones, Highfield B&B, Bage, Dorstone, Hereford, HR3 5SU
01497831431
Email
Website 

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Walking

Public Footpaths and Bridleways
The Parish is blessed with a widespread network of 49 public footpaths totalling 46 km and 6 bridleways totalling 6 km. They include stretches of the 
Wye Valley Walk and the Herefordshire Trail. Bake Lane, which links the B4352 and the UC 7502 (Priory Wood), is currently understood to be ‘no-man’s land’; negotiations are taking place with Herefordshire Council to change its status to that of bridleway. 

Common Land
There are 5 designated areas of common land in the Parish: 0.1 hectares at Priory Wood, 1 hectare on Merbach Hill, 0.8 hectares on Little Mountain, 0.2 hectares at Alt Common and 0.2 hectares at Bullen’s Bank. All can be accessed by Public Rights of Way. There are also 0.1 hectares of common land east of Clifford Castle and bordering the River Wye; it is a restricted access Nature Reserve administered by The Herefordshire Nature Trust.

Village Greens
Currently, there are no village greens in the Parish. However, application has been made to Herefordshire Council to obtain a modification order to register 3 small parcels of undesignated land at Priory Wood as a village green. 

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