Hereford is an historic border city where England meets Wales, with easy access by car, rail, coach and air.
Left Bank is located in the centre of Hereford right on the banks of the River Wye and just a stone’s throw away from the beautiful Hereford Cathedral.
Plan your route to the venue.
Driving to Hereford is easy with excellent motorway and main road links with the rest of the UK.
- Cardiff – Hereford : 56 miles 1 hour and 10 mins
- M4 Severn Bridge- Hereford : 56 miles 1 hour and 10 mins
- Birmingham – Hereford: 58 miles 1.5 hours
- London – Hereford: 135 miles less than 3 hours
- Manchester – Hereford: 138 miles less than 3 hours
Hereford is located 45 minutes off the M5 junction 7 with drive times of 1 hour and 10 mins from Cardiff and the M4 Severn Bridge, 1.5 hours from Birmingham, 2 hours from Oxford and less than 3 hours from London.
Parking: The Left Bank Village is just a short 2 minute walk away from the Wye Street Car Park which costs £6.00 for 24 hours.
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Direct trains run to Hereford daily from Birmingham New Street Station (which has connections to Birmingham International Airport), with a journey time of 1.5 hours.
There is a regular service from Manchester to Hereford (journey time 2 hours 10 minutes).
Direct trains from London Paddington to Hereford (journey time 2 hours 20 mins to 3 hours)
National Express coaches run nationwide services. You can travel from Cardiff, London Victoria and Birmingham to Hereford.
The nearest major international airports are Birmingham, Cardiff and Bristol (all approximately 70 miles away.) with scheduled flights to and from Europe and America. The London airports of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted have a more comprehensive range of flights and destinations across the globe.