|Length:||14.7 miles (23.7 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4352 is a rural B-road in west Herefordshire, providing an alternative to the parallel B4348. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in the late 1920s, making it an early example of a recycled number.
The road starts a couple of miles northeast of Hay-on-Wye where the B4348 TOTSOs right and the B4352 takes on the route ahead. It continues northeast through Pen-y-Park then turns eastwards to avoid meeting the River Wye. Initially the river is right on the edge of its flood plain so the B4352 remains above it, descending as the river moves north although it never actually reaches the valley bottom.
Presently we go through the village of Bredwardine, where an unclassified road bears left to cross the river at the next free bridge downstream from Hay. We remain on the right bank and move gradually away from the river as its valley gets wider. We zigzag through Blakemere and continue along a winding road through Tyberton and into Madley, the largest village en route. Not long afterwards we enter Clehonger, where the B4349 comes in from the right, TOTSOs and takes on the road ahead towards Hereford.