Woodside Lodges Bunkhouse, Woodside Lodges, Falcon Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2JN
Woodside Lodges is a landscaped park with lakes, grass and woodland managed to encourage wildlife. In addition to the Scandinavian lodges, campsite and camping pods there is a modern barn converted into 5 self-catering units. 3 units sleep 2, 1 unit sleeps 3 and 1 unit sleeps 4 (additional camp beds are available). Each unit has a cooking area with kettle, toaster, microwave, 2 electric rings, fridge and basic utensils. Electricity is by coin meter and bedding can be provided for an extra charge (or bring your own sleeping bag). The bunkhouse has a small common room, the toilets and showers are shared with the campsite. Close to the Herefordshire Trail, the Malvern Hills and the Forest of Dean the area is ideal for walkers. Nature lovers will enjoy the site with its backcloth of mixed woodland, wild flowers, pools and waterfalls where fishing, wild swimming and picnics can be enjoyed. The nearby town of Ledbury is famous for its black and white buildings, cobbled streets and Poetry Festival.This accommodation is featured on our map of Central England and Shropshire and here is its own website.
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15 : 1×2, 3×3, 1×4 (max 20 using camp beds)
365 days a year, all day.
From £15.00 based on 4 sharing a room. Phone or check website for full prices. Sole use available.
Booking in advance advised.
Woodside Lodges Country Park
From Junction 2, M50 take the A417 to Ledbury. At the first roundabout turn left following Leadon Way (the by-pass). At the third roundabout turn left into Little Marcle Road. Go past the cider factory and take the right turn signposted Falcon Lane & Baregains Lane. Woodside Lodges is the sixth on right.
Public transport is available within 1/2 mile.
This accommodation is available to individuals.
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“…rather innovative self-contained..”
Woodside Lodges, near Ledbury in Herefordshire is part of larger landscaped park with Scandinavian lodges, campsite and camping pods as well as the converted barn. The Bunkhouses are a rather innovative self-contained design, which means that you get your own little unit with beds, self-catering kitchen and dining area.
It’s a pretty good neighbourhood for walkers, being close to the Herefordshire Trail, the Malvern Hills and the Forest of Dean. Nearby Ledbury is a period gem with its narrow cobbled streets and black and white tudor buildings.
We still have availability in our bunkhouse if you want Read the full article…
We still have availability in our bunkhouse if you want to come and join the festival.
Have a look at www.walkingfestival.com for full details of the programme.