|Distance:||22.2 miles (35.7 km)|
|Meets:||A4113, A44, A4103, A438|
|Former Number(s):||B4352, B4530|
|Old route now:||B4530|
|Route outline (key)|
The A4110 is a cross-country A-road in north Herefordshire. Originally the B4352, it received its current number in the mid-1920s. At the northern end, the road originally ended in Walford but the A4110 and B4530 swapped numbers in the 1960s.
The road starts at a TOTSO on the A4113 to the south of Leintwardine and continues south, climbing out of the valley. After going through Adforton where the road crosses a ridge through a small cutting, the road continues on with wooded hills to the right. After going through Wigmore the River Lugg is crossed and the road follows the valley downstream for a few miles. The B4362 is crossed at Mortimer's Cross after which the road skirts the edge of Kingsland. The Lugg now heads east into Leominster whilst the A4110 continues south. It crosses a low ridge to go over the River Arrow and then meets the A44 at a staggered crossroads.
Continuing south, the road passes the hamlet of Stretford before crossing a stream and joining a Roman Road. The road now climbs to Bush Bank and continues on for a few more miles passing a number of scattered buildings, with Canon Pyon the only place of any size met. Presently the road reaches the northern edge of Hereford and crosses the A4103 at traffic lights. The road continues along the western side of the city, taking a while to have buildings on both sides. A roundabout is soon reached on the A438 in the White Cross area of town, where the A4110 ends.