102 Pitches, non-members welcome. Hereford currently holds an AA 4 Pennant Award.
"Our beautiful Club Site near the county town of the same name"
Our lovely Club Site at Hereford opened in 2008 in an idyllic rural location, next to the Millpond after which the Site was originally named. It is a perfect spot for fishing, walking, exploring the Malvern Hills, the Wye Valley or simply relaxing.
Hereford Cathedral is home to the Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world. You will also find the world’s largest chained library.
Ledbury, to the east, is known for its beautiful, timber-framed Black and White buildings. The Butchers Row Museum and the Barrett Browning Institute – dedicated to the work of the poet Elizabeth – are both housed in such buildings.
Herefordshire boasts 26 National Plant Collections. The Van Kampen Gardens at Hampton Court are considered one of the most ambitious creations of recent times.
Follow the Herefordshire Cider Route around the county, starting at the Cider Museum, Hereford. Westons Cider is at Much Martle. Wine lovers can enjoy the Three Choirs Vineyard at Newent. Walkers and cyclists can enjoy Malvern Hills, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean.
Eastnor Castle is in a dramatic setting, surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake.
Goodrich Castle has a visitor centre which tells its history from the 11th to 17th centuries.
The Elgar Route is a 40-mile driving trail, passing more than 40 places of interest relating to the composer’s life and music.
Slimbridge Wetland Centre has over 300 hectares of protected wetlands and a year-round programme of walks and events opening them up to visitors.
The Three Counties Showground is just 13 miles away.