Pearl Lake Leisure Park is a 5 Star static caravan park in Herefordshire. Pearl Lake at Shobdon, has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. The 80 acre park has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. On the park is a private fishing lake, exclusive 9 hole golf course, crown bowling green and a restaurant & bar. Camping is also available at Pearl lake with excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the 15 acre lake. Dog wash available WI-FI available Childrens play area and recreation field Part of The Best Parks Group
Oaker Wood Glamping Specialises in group Glamping for between 12 and 120 people, including School Residential Trips, Stag and Hen weekends, rugby and other sports tours, and family reunions and parties. There are two entirely separate Glamping Villages and offer all group bookings exclusivity in one of the Villages. Each village has its own facilities, covered dining area, cooking facilities, fire circle and Barbecue Hut. Accommodation is in wooden pods sleeping between 4 and 8. Pods have electric lights and heaters for the colder months. At the heart of each Glamping Village is a covered dining area. Your stay can be on either a catered or self catered basis, with all utensils and cooking equipment provided. Each Glamping Village has a Scandinavian style barbecue hut where groups may enjoy a barbecue whatever the British weather brings us. The seated fire circle, overlooking the sun setting over the Welsh mountains, is where groups congregate at the end of each day. Each village has hot showers and toilets. Peace is of the essence as mobile signal is limited – so you can truly get away from it all. Bookings at the Glamping Villages is for groups only – min 12 people – and […]
Trumpet Inn Campsite is perfectly situated for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Close to popular tourist destinations such as Eastnor Castle, the market towns of Ledbury, Hereford and Ludlow, The Malvern Hills and much more. Able to accommodate Caravans, Motor-homes and Tents. Attached to a 16th century black & white pub. Open daily from 12pm. Food is served weekdays 12-2.30/6pm-9pm, Saturday 12-9pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Onsite facilities include toilet, shower, picnic area and wash-up facilities. The Trumpet inn is family friendly and also welcome dogs. Enjoy your stay at The Trumpet for £13 per without electric or £16 with electric hook up. (Prices are per pitch per night) See also The Trumpet Inn.
Woonton Court Farm is a secluded camping and caravan site with hard standings and electric hook up, surrounded by Herefordshire woodland and wildlife. Enjoy Lovely walks and rural peace. Situated on a rural farm, you are invited to walk the farm (strong footwear advised), see the animals, collect and enjoy free range eggs and of course meet Lily the farm donkey. Bring your bike to cycle round the lovely country lanes and enjoy the stunning views surrounding you in all directions. Open all year. Dogs welcome by arrangement. Coming soon – Bring your horse on holiday! Check the website for further details. Near to visitor attractions in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Tenbury, Ludlow and Leominster. Also see Woonton Court Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottage.
Escape, Relax, Enjoy at Arrow Bank Holiday Park Arrow Bank Holiday Park is a static caravan holiday home and touring park in Herefordshire. Arrow Bank at Eardisland, is set alongside the River Arrow in a picture postcard black and white village. This 5 star standard holiday park offers a welcoming retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Camping is also available at Arrow Bank with just under 50 pitches and excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the river arrow adjacent to the park. WI-FI available Local pub and tea rooms In the heart of the Black & White trail Dog Friendly Part of The Best Parks Group
Welcome to Treeopia Without doubt, this was the most amazing wonderful short break we have ever taken in the UK. The treehouse at Treeopia is nothing short of stunning. Incredible craftmanship, landscape and surroundings. Basically, your own treehouse, lake, hot tub and secluded spot in the country for your entire stay. The owners are lovely people and after a short welcome you are left in absolute peace. Thank you, we will be back Set within the estate of the 12th Century Medieval Parsons Hall farmstead, each treehouse has its own private grounds surrounded by some of England’s most outstanding countryside of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire. Elevated up in an ash tree, giving panoramic views across the woodlands and lakes, the huge tree trunk been the centre magnetism, open plan living space with fully equipped bespoke kitchen bursting with secret cupboards and drawers, see if you can find them all. The underfloor heating will keep you warm and cosy, sit back and relax or hop on the Wi-Fi, yes we even have Wi-Fi. Open the chest full of games, catch up on the smart TV’s, or sit with the binoculars provided and just observe the herons on the lake living amicably […]
Caplor Glamping Pods are luxury insulated pods in the Herefordshire countryside – with their own cooking facilities, ensuite toilet and full-sized shower… what a base to come back to after a long day spent tramping the local paths. Of which there are many… Caplor Farm’s Herefordshire border setting in Fownhope has it firmly in a walkers’ paradise, with direct access to miles of trails including the popular Wye Valley Walk, the 136 miles of scenic countryside from Chepstow in Monmouthshire to Plynlimon in Powys. Fishing, canoeing, horse riding and plenty of other outdoor activities are all around here too, or you could treat yourself to properly easy time with gentle Herefordshire strolls or a look around the north of the county’s black and white house’s; the likes of Eastnor and Goodrich castles within nine miles, or the Hereford Cider Route, picking up samples along the way. Each luxury pod is fully insulated and handsomely furnished, and has an ensuite toilet, a full-sized shower, cooking facilities, dining table and chairs, and bed linen and towels provided. Electricity is included in the price. Dogs are warmly welcomed. Caplor is a small site with only 2 pods for holiday accommodation – making it […]
If you are looking to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind, Raycombe Farm Glamping is the place for you. Veiled in ancient woodland and surrounded by flower filled meadows, offering incredible views across East Herefordshire you can choose to sleep in the loft of the converted timber barn space or the delightful remote yurt. Both are beautifully furnished with antiques, linen and towels and you will find all the equipment you need whether you want to use the rustic outside kitchen and BBQ by the yurt or the well-equipped shared kitchen in the nearby barn to cook up whatever you fancy and at whatever time you like. Choose alfresco or eat in the spacious dining room to enjoy your food. The dining room doors in the barn open up fully to reveal a large wooden deck, the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink and catch the perfect setting you are surrounded by. After a good night’s sleep, take peaceful and tranquil nature walks or run around playing in the fields in your wellies. The choice is yours and there are no rules or time keeping here! Here you can relax, unwind and feel like kids again.
If you’re looking for a secluded hideaway nestling in gorgeous north Herefordshire countryside then Green Lane Carriage is just perfect. Surrounded by beautiful orchards and with spectacular views towards the Black Mountains this vintage railway carriage is both quirky and an absolute delight. It may be harking back to bygone times but it is furnished to an exceptionally high standard and includes lots of lovely home comforts and a wonderful wood-burner to take away the chill of an evening. Great for families the carriage sleeps 4, 2 adults and 2 children and is within easy reach of historic Hereford City, the ‘town of books’ Hay on Wye, arty Kington and the Black and White village trail. A great base too for walking or cycling. Enjoy a warm welcome from owners Clare and Steve who also run the Orgasmic Cider Company, producing traditional Herefordshire cider and perry and who are always happy to show you around and organise tastings. This quiet, peaceful country retreat is the ideal place to come and relax and sample life in the slow lane. Book here.