Mordiford is a village in Herefordshire, England. Hereford lies to the north west of the village, Woolhope to the south east and Little Dewchurch to the south west.
Nearby towns and villages include Hampton, Bishop, Holme Lacy, Prior's Frome and Checkley.
Mordiford is best known for its legend of a dragon, which would venture down from its lair to drink at the confluence of the rivers Lugg and Wye.
The village is on the B4224 road and lies on the banks of the River Lugg. The oldest surviving bridge in Herefordshire crosses the river at Mordiford, being over 600 years old.