This stunning neo-classical building designed between 1778 – 81 hosts much more than a pretty Georgian exterior. Steeped in history visitors can delve deep into the past life of Lord Crawley, his butlers and servants that have worked at Berrington Hall in years gone by. In the care of The National Trust since 1957, this immaculate venue really is the picture perfect spot to start your airborne adventure.
Before, or after, embarking on your Virgin Balloon Flights hot air balloon ride from the grounds of Berrington Hall, you can take a walk around one of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s masterpiece gardens, grab a bite to eat or relax with cake and coffee in the tea-room, or get some retail therapy in The National Trust gift shop.
With FREE admission to the house for Virgin Balloon Flights passengers on the day of their flight, what more could you want to make a super day out?
Once you have climbed aboard our 16 man balloon basket with Pilot Lindsay Muir, the wind will take you on a journey you’ll never forget. Aerial views of the elegant property and sweeping sights of the Brecon Beacons will greet you once your balloon is in-flight.
Wind willing, you’ll see the roof tops of Leominster, a historic market town, with examples of fine architecture throughout the ages. Further south sits Hereford, the famous home of the SAS, which straddles the winding River Wye and has a magnificent 12th century cathedral at its heart.
We also fly from Hereford itself, with one of our newest launch sites at Hereford Racecourse.