Dinedor sits close to the River Wye, about two and a half miles from Hereford.

Dinedor Hill is about four hundred feet high, and its summit could be described as an oblong piece of table land, some two hundred yards in diameter.
This summit is the site of a Roman camp, and may have been walked upon by Caractacus, the British hero, as well as the Roman invader, Ostorius.
The views from the camp embrace 360 degrees – looking to the North and down over Hereford, the view is stunning and includes the spire of the Cathedral as well as spires of other churches.
The hills around Kington, at Lyonshall and Eywood are visible, as well as the Titterstone Clee Hill near Ludlow.
Look around to the East, and lovely tree crowned knolls fill your vision until you reach the range of the Malvern Hills.
Closer than the Malverns are the hills near Ledbury and Marcle Ridge, then Fownhope and the tree crowned Woolhope Hills.
To the South, May Hill can be seen, near Gloucester, and to the West the Craig and Garway and the wonderful Monmouthshire Hills.
Wherever you look from Dinedor Hill, the views are remarkablly glorious.

Churches of Dinedor

News from the Past Dinedor

People of Dinedor

  • Nell Gwynn

    Nell Gwynn was born in a respectable, but rather humble, dwelling in Pipe Lane, Hereford.

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buildings of Dinedor

  • Rotherwas House - History

    The original Rotherwas House was built of timber, with the final house being built in 1730 by Charles Bodenham– it was generally described as one of the finest and oldest seats in the whole country, and had the most glorious Elizabethan, Jacobean and Queen Anne panelling which had been transferred from the former house.

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