Berrow House Bunkhouse & Camp Site, Hollybush, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1ET
Call Bill or Mary Cole on 01531 635845
OverviewBerrow House is situated between Rugged Stone Hill and Midsummer Hill in the Malvern Hills. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to the Forest of Dean, the Welsh border and the start of the Worcestershire Way Walk. In the garden around Berrow House there is a selection of simple accommodation and camping with a wildlife picnic area, woodland and star gazing. The Bunkhouse has two rooms and shares the toilets and showers with the campsite. It's kitchen has a table and benches, hot water, fridge freezer, microwave and a cooker. It's sitting room has easy chairs, four beds and steps leading up to a loft area with 3 beds. The Fold has a toilet and shower and two small bunkrooms each sleeping two. Adjacent is a kitchenette with fridge, toaster, small cooker and utensils. The Bandsaw Barn is a meeting room for use by groups on request. (seats 16) and can also be used as overflow accommodation for 3. The Nook (caravan) has one double and a single bed (sharing main bunkhouse cooking and toilet facilities). Heating provided (fan heaters). Bring you own sleeping bag or can be hired. This accommodation is featured on our map of Central England and Shropshire and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:7 (Bunkhouse), 4 (Fold), 3 (Nook), 3 (Bandsaw Barn) & 8 tents.
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:£14 per person
Booking:Not required for individuals
Directions:Take A449 from Ledbury towards Malvern. Turn right on to A438 through Eastnor. Berrow House is behind phone box in Hollybush (yellow sign).
Public Transport:Trains and National Express in Ledbury (3 miles/£5 in a taxi).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
A former woodyard in the Malvern Hills
December 6th 2018
Now provides accommodation ideal for school visits
Berrow House Bunkhouses were the former Wood yard owned by Eastnor Castle Estate. Under the ownership of Earl Bathurst, the woodyard made the gates and fences for the estate. The machinery all went to a historical collector who takes them to fairs and the woodyard buildings became Berrow House Bunkhouses.
The bunkhouses are ideal for school visits, particularly those who are part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, as there is space for camping as well as the simple bunkhouses accommodation, plus a classroom/meeting room. Located in an area of Natural Beauty with direct access to the Malvern Hills, which is ideal for expeditions and field studies. The area is surrounded by lots of wildlife, including small Deer, Periguin, Falcons etc. Here at Berrow House we can provide you with any local information you may need especially regarding walks and routes for the walker and cyclist alike.
Simple accommodation in the Malvern Hills Area of Natural Beauty
November 5th 2018
Th Malverns are rumored to have inspired JRR Tolkien’s Middle Earth.
Berrow House Bunkhouse is between Rugged Stone Hill and Midsummer Hill. Straightaway that sound like something from Lord of The Rings but actually its in the in the Malvern Hills AONB. In fact this area is supposed to have inspired JRR Tolkien’s Middle Earth.
The bunkhouse is simple and rustic with its whitewashed walls and can accommodate groups or individuals who are exploring the area or walking the Worcestershire Way path. There is also a small campsite, ideal for DofE Groups and family holidays.
Make the most of three different long distance footpaths while staying at Berrow House Bunkhouse and Campsite!
August 23rd 2018
Stop off at Berrow House Bunkhouse and Campsite on your adventure along the Route of Three Choirs Way, the Geopark Way, and Lands End to John O’ Groats.