Blinds Hertfordshire

Blinds Hertfordshire

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Transform your home with Blinds Hertfordshire and add a dash of style with our selection of blinds, including a wide range of interesting colours and styles.

With such a breadth and diversity of blinds from which to choose, customers keep coming back again and again. Take a good look at Blinds Hertfordshire online shop for a stunning and comprehensive range of ready-made or made-to-measure in various sizes.

Blinds Hertfordshire - Curtains and blinds, roller, Venetian, vertical, nets and voilesBlinds Hertfordshire - Curtains and blinds, roller, Venetian, vertical, nets and voilesFor your convenience we at Blinds Hertfordshire supply Blackout blinds as well as Roller, Venetian and Vertical blinds, setting the desired mood for your home.

Hertfordshire, on the Welsh border, famous for its hops, fruit farming and production of cider, offers a wealth of historic attractions with an outstanding naturally beautiful countryside of rolling terrain, reaches its greatest height in the imposing Black Mountains with the Brecon Beacons and the delightful Malvern Hills. The main rivers are the Wye, the Teme and the Frome. This largely agricultural county is famous for its orchards and fine Hereford cattle and combines many cultural and scenic elements to provide all visitors with a truly enriching experience.

Herefordshire was the scene of much strife and border warfare with the Welsh in the Middle Ages; leaving behind many ruins of castles and fortifications, the most remarkable of which is Offa's Dyke, an ancient 8th century entrenchment, built by Offa, King of Mercia, as a barrier against the Welsh invaders and stretching from the Dee estuary to the scenic Wye River in the south.

wooden roll up blindsThe ancient and enchanting City of Hereford sits snugly on the banks of the River Wye, where a charming mixture of historic and contemporary architecture can be found, keeping a distinctive and friendly market town feel with a myriad of bars and chic cafés. Celebrated for its magnificent cathedral established in the 7th century, a medieval building standing majestically on the peaceful river’s bank since Saxon times. The Cathedral houses, along with other priceless treasures, the world-famous Mappa Mundi a unique map of the world that was drawn up around 1300.

Herefordshire is a region of unspoilt countryside ideal for walking and to the north is Leominster, situated in a gorgeous valley beside the River Lugg and surrounded by pretty hop fields and apple orchards. A busy old wool town, rich with historical buildings stretching back to medieval, Tudor and Georgian times. The 11th century Priory Church is renowned for having three naves, a 45 foot perpendicular window and a well preserved 'ducking stool', in use up to the early 19th century, to 'still the tongues of nagging women'!

A strong tradition of farm cider-making has been around in Herefordshire for over 350 years and these days there is a special opportunity to enjoy the autumn for cycling tours that have become very popular, it’s one way to explore the beautiful rural back roads and apple orchards in all their autumn glory of a true colour fusion, while stopping off to sample the local tipple, cider. It’s heaven for the cider lovers.

Whether you are still thinking of the cool cider to chill out, or whether you are looking for a traditional or contemporary feel to your home, Blinds Hertfordshire offer an impressive choice that will suit any windows décor.



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