Lickhill Manor Caravan Park occupies some 65 acres circling the 17th century manor house alongside the River Severn, a short riverside stroll from Stourport-on-Severn.
The park affords restful response amongst mature deciduous and and evergreen tree lined avenues, where the majority of holiday homes are positioned in individually fenced gardens, the level terrain provides easy walking for people of all abilities. The touring and camping facilities are top standard and highly regarded by our regular revisiting customers.
: July in 2012
A great place to stay provided you bring your own facilities, although kept clean the number of showers and cubicles were totally inadequate.
Our main concern related to Dogs. Staff bull terriers. we had two tents next to us with one each, and one tent with two. And saw one other on a lead.
These dogs have no place on a caravan park unless muzzled. one broke its tether and fought the two then the two had a ferocious set too. We were on edge worrying about our grand daughter (aged 1) not pleasant. Raised my concern with the warden who said they were regulars and the dogs are well behaved, well we won’t be regulars,
The morning we left our caravan was filled with smoke from the biggest bonfire of garden rubbish I am sure David Bellamy would not have been impressed why not compost it?
: March in 2012
The location of this caravan park is lovely! Very clean toilet/shower block and very well kept. WARNING to families with young children, there is a beautiful lake between the hard standing pitches and the play area and no fence to prevent your little ones from falling in! Was unable to full relax due to this. Best to request a grass pitch next to the play area. Everything else ok but watch out for Anita (warden) who has a very long list of rules and can be quite rude in the enforcement of her rule book.
First of all, there is an ongoing problem with the sites electric hook-up supply, which kept tripping ours and our friends tents out.
This happened three times on a two night stay!
Staff would walk around our tents, checking our electrical camping equipment and made comments about it not being suitable. This behavior was very upsetting and rather rude!
The staff clearly do not seem to like children, because of the way they spoke to them.
I had to go to the office to sort out a refund, and I was completly shocked with the way she spoke to me in front of my children!
As for the site, its basic. Two little sinks with taps that need to be pressed down all the time. The water was luke warm. The showers were poor and also had the system where you need to keep pressing the button every 13 seconds to make the shower work.
Lickhill Manor Caravan Park
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we visited Lickhill Manor in 2008 - found the site very clean well kept - plenty of privacy around the caravan - nice surroundings to the pitch - fabulous walk along the river to Stourport around 20 25 mins - nice place to have a meal and a drink then wander back to the caravan- we will definitely be going again!
We have stayed at Lickhill Manor a number of times & have always been relatively happy there
It is well placed for the attractions on offer in nearby Stourport.
Although on our last visit we were placed right on top of the play area despite asking when we booked not to be sited near the play area.
This resulted in having footballs bounced of both car & caravan as well as near by neighbours suffering the same fate.
Also we had a constant stream of children & adults walking over the pitch allocated to us.
As a result we had to forgo a planed barbecue, as we were afraid a small child or a football might knock it over.
The park rules also states that the play area is not to be used after dark or 9.30pm which ever comes first as it was a midsummer night it did not go dark till after 10 o’clock the ball was still being kicked around till after 11.30
As a responsible parent I see to it that my own child dose not interfere with other peoples enjoyment.
Needless to say that was our last visit their as the wardens seemed hopeless at sorting this problem out despite a number of complaints by a number of campers over the weekend.
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The standard overall...very clean and welcoming, patrolled regularly so that noise is never an evening problem. The local walks starting from inside the camp are fantastic. There is even a herb garden to help yourself from for that special meal! Lots of information available from the site ..local things to do / bars/ eateries . Special offers during the week with one night free! The toilets are patrolled and cleaned so much I have yet to see and mess in either of the units. The camping field or top pitches are equally enjoyable and very child safe and friendly ....there's even a mini animal farm for the children to see. I go to this camp very regularly and just can't fault it. I go fishing every weekend and the lakes and pools nearby are excellent.
Dawn Mckendry14 Sep 2013