The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park is an excellent holiday destination in the popular Herefordshire town of Ledbury. The site is one of Ledbury’s best kept secrets, and many regular visitors to the pub don’t even know it’s there! The site is open all through the year and welcomes guests with motorhomes, campervans, tents and touring caravans.
Pitches are serviced with electric hook-ups, plus fully serviced pitches with electric, water and drainage hook-ups are available at The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park. Additional facilities available for guests to use during their stay at the site include showers and toilets, a washing up area and a chemical waste disposal point. Wi-Fi is also available.
Guests are welcome in The Trumpet Inn itself as often as they like during their stay, with exceptional food and drink being served all through the day. The pub also has live entertainment on evenings throughout the year, and is a great place to relax with the family or meet fellow holidaymakers.
If you're looking to explore Herefordshire you can easily do so from The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park. Public transport is available from just outside for anyone wanting to leave their campervan, motorhome or car on-site. Ledbury is a 10-minute drive away and Hereford is about 20 minutes by car from this clandestine campsite, and both have plenty to offer tourists. And as The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park sits close to the junction between the A438 and the A4172, it's very well placed for venturing further afield with ease.
Ledbury is famous for its black and white architecture, and is a wonderful place to spend a day, with cobbled streets and a diverse collection of shops, as well as places to relax and enjoy locally sourced food and drink. If you visit Hereford, you can take in the beautiful cathedral, Hereford Museum and Art Gallery, as well as Hereford Cider Museum. Berrington Hall, Kentchurch Court and Rotherwas Chapel are other notable places of interest.
Many people holidaying in this area will want to enjoy time in the stunning Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a fantastic area for walking and cycling. You might also like to travel south to the Wye Valley, another designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and also the Forest of Dean, both of which straddle the English/Welsh border. Ross-on-Wye itself is a 20- or 30-minute drive from The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park.
Visit Worcester, too, another cathedral city and it's only about a 40- or 45-minute drive away. While here you could also tour the Museum of Royal Worcester and the Elgar Birthplace Museum.
As Cheltenham is also under an hour's drive from The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park, you might like to enjoy a flutter on a day out at the races. You might also enjoy a trip to Gloucester. When here, go to the cathedral and the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, or enjoy a stroll through the regenerated dockyard.
Discover this pretty part of the UK when you stay at The Trumpet Inn Camping & Caravanning Park, where you will receive a warm welcome.
Butcher Row House Museum
Heritage Centre, Ledbury
Phelp Cottage Garden
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