Hereford Camping and Caravanning Club Site is an award-winning campsite is set in an idyllic rural location close to the Malvern Hills, Wye Valley, Black Mountains and Forest of Dean so it’s perfect for walkers, cyclists and adventure seekers.
A tree-lined driveway brings you to the campsite which caters for 102 units. The facilities include a modern amenity block, playing field, dog walk, shop and washing machines.
Next to the site is The Millpond, a stunning three and a half acre fishing lake where coarse fishing is available. For keen golfers, just two miles from site you’ll find an 18 hole golf course and driving range complete with café and bar.
There is a bus stop just 350 metres from reception with regular bus services to the nearby towns of Hereford and Ledbury. Hereford is a quiet market town with pedestrianised streets so it’s perfect for a gentle stroll. The town has many black and white buildings, including the Old House. The cathedral is worth a look as is the Cider museum which offers tours. The Herefordshire Cider Route, a driving or cycling tour of the county’s farms, orchards and pubs, starts from here.
The Elgar Route is another driving trail that takes in over 40 places of interest relating to the composor’s life and music.
Head to Ross-on-Wye for Goodrich Castle, a red-sandstone stronghold. A little over two miles south, Symonds Yat is a popular beauty spot overlooking the River Wye.
Open: 10 Mar 2017 – 05 Nov 2017