Dilwyn is a beautiful rural parish in the north west of Herefordshire in the United Kingdom. It is 6 miles south west from the market town of Leominster and 13 miles to the north west of Hereford city. Dilwyn is a relatively large parish at 2,363 hectares and is very sparsely populated with only 0.3 people per hectare. It is one of the pretty half-timbered villages that are prevalent in this part of Herefordshire and, as such, forms part of The Black and White Trail that leads visitors through the area.
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Dilwyn is situated on the northern edge of a broad valley that stretches from the west near the river Wye through to Leominster. Running through the valley, south of the village, is the Stretford Brook whilst to the north are the rivers Arrow and Lugg.