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Kingsland - Battle of Mortimer's Cross

Kingsland Church

Kingsland is a lively, attractive historic village of about 1,000 parishioners, in quiet surroundings, with lots of local activities and all the amenities for a short visit or a longer stay.  Kingsland village lies in a pleasant rural area between the rivers Lugg and Arrow, close to the North Herefordshire hills, well known for the Mortimer Trail and woodland walks. Ideally situated for visits to the market towns of Leominster and Ludlow, National Trust properties of Croft Castle and Berrington Hall and the villages on the Black-and-White Trail.

Top things to do & see 

  • wonderful 13th Century Church, with historic links to the Mortimers and a unique Volka chapel, remains of a Motte and Bailey next to the Church
  • Location of the Battle of Mortimer's Cross -2nd February 1461 - Wars of the Roses
  • Mortimer's Cross Watermill - open bank holidays
  • Dozens of listed buildings, many of these Black-and-White timber framed
  • useful services, like a Post Office and local garage
  • Walks through fields and to Pinsley Brook
  • regular events in the village and in the area
  • Millennium Green, Orchard, Picnic area & childrens' playground in front of church
  • Luctonians Rugby club - top quality rugby and county cricket 
  • Oaker Wood Leisure - quad biking, high ropes & much more


The Buzzards - self catering holiday cottages and campsite


The Corners Inn, The Angel Inn 

Days out from Kingsland

The Black-and-White Trail, a round trip of picturesque villages in North Herefordshire

Useful Links

village website

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