Holiday in the stunning Herefordshire countryside on a multi-award-winning park. The family-run Woodside Country Park boasts an onsite conservation area, coarse fishing and wild water swimming. It’s the perfect base for exploring some of England’s scenic areas.
Woodside lies nestled between the wooded slopes of the Malvern Hills and the limestone gorge scenery of the Wye Valley Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The park’s neighbouring countryside is a patchwork of hop yards, orchards, grazing fields munched by herds of the famous Hereford Cattle, and wildflower carpeted woodlands. The magnificent beauty of the ancient Forest of Dean is only a short journey south.
The nearest town is Ledbury, a historic market town renowned for its traditional timber-framed buildings and the old world charm they inspire. The cathedral towns of Gloucester, Hereford, and Worcester also lie within easy reach.
Woodside has won the David Bellamy Gold Award every year since 2005. Its 28 acres of landscaped grounds include an award-winning conservation area and outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. Coarse fishing, wild water swimming, relaxing walks, wildlife spotting and bird watching can all be enjoyed onsite.
The park remains open all year round and welcomes tents, caravans and motorhomes. Pitches are available with or without an electric hook up. Glamping pods, self-catering Scandinavian style lodges and a bunkhouse are available for rent. Holiday homes are available for purchase.
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Pitch prices are inclusive of two people per night.
Chalet Prices are per week, but short breaks are available
DirectionsExit the M50 at Junction 2. Take the A417 to Ledbury. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit (by-pass) to the next roundabout. Turn left into Little Marcle Road, signposted to Little Marcle. Take the right turn signposted Falcon Lane and Baregains Lane. The entrance to Woodside County Park is the sixth on the right.
Places to visit in Herefordshire
• Malvern Hills AONB, a chain of wooded hills with spectacular views over the Severn Valley
• Wye Valley AONB, the scenic river valley that straddles the England-Wales border
• The Forest of Dean, the UK’s largest surviving area of ancient woodland
• Ledbury, a historic market town with a thriving food and drink scene
Woodside Lodges Country Park is a landscaped park with lakes, grass and woodland managed to encourage wildlife. In addition to the Scandinavian pine wood lodges and campsite there is a modern barn converted into 5 self catering units for walkers and cyclists.
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