Woodside Lodges Bunkhouse, Woodside Lodges, Falcon Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2JN
Call Woodside Lodges Country Park on 01531 670269
OverviewWoodside Lodges is a landscaped park with lakes, grass and woodland managed to encourage wildlife and which has won the prestigious David Bellamy Gold award for conservation every year since 2005. The site has a wide range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets and includes Scandinavian lodges, campsite and camping pods together with the bunkhouse: a modern barn converted into 5 spacious self-catering units. The units are not dormitories but let as private rooms that can cater from single occupancy up to 4 persons. There are 16 beds: 1 room sleeps 2, 2 rooms sleep 3 and 2 room sleeps 4, but additional camp beds are available to increase the occupancy of each room for groups of up to 20 persons. Dogs welcome for an additional fee. All rooms are furnished with wardrobes, seating area, dining area and cooking area. The cooking area has a kettle, toaster, microwave, 2 ring hot plate, fridge and basic cooking equipment, crockery, utensils plus sink with drainer. 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 and toilets and showers, which are shared with the campsite. Close to the Herefordshire Trail, the Malvern Hills and the Forest of Dean the area is ideal for walkers and cyclists (bikes can be hired locally and delivered to the site). 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.
Rooms & Beds:16: 1x2, 2x3, 2x4 (max 20 using camp beds)
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:From £12.50 based on 4 sharing. Sole use of rooms. Phone/check website for full prices. £5 per pet.
Booking:Booking in advance advised.
Directions: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 entrance on the right.
Public Transport:Public transport is available within 1/2 mile.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available to individuals, has a pub within walking distance, has availability this New Year and this Christmas and is on the page of accommodation near Castles, the Hostels with Camping map and the walking festivals page.
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