Wych Valley Caravan Park

Lower Lanes Farm, Lower Wych, Malpas, Cheshire, SY14 7JZ

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Julie and David will be pleased to welcome you to the Wych Valley Caravan Park which is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on a site of special scientific interest. Natural habitats are preserved to encourage wildlife. Ideal for walking and watching wildlife. 

5 grass pitches with 16 amp electric hookup and own water supply.

Toilets, shower block and washing up facility.

Dog walking on site.

A well stocked fishing pond 100 metres from the park, exclusive for Club members.

Facilities on site ...

  • Coarse fishing
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SY14 7JZ
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GPS:
Lat 52.990332 / Lon -2.775387
OS field ref:
SJ480439
OS map ref:
117

Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Whitchurch

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Perfect Peace!

Just returned home after spending a wonderful 4 nights on this gem of a CL. We were greeted by Julie with a warm and friendly welcome. The site is ideally situated with lovely views across the fields. We were lucky to have super weather during our stay and take advantage of the numerous paths and routes accessible from close to the site. The CL is very very quiet and the wild meadow at the edge of the mown area attracts plenty of butterflies and birdlife. The facilities are very good and well laid out. The fresh farm eggs were an added bonus. Thank you for a lovely stay on your CL and we will be back to walk some more.

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Little Gem

This lovely site was an unexpected find - quiet and peaceful and surrounded by a beautiful wildflower meadow border. The hosts were very welcoming and we felt very relaxed. Ours was a short visit but we visited nearby Erdigg House (National Trust) and did some local walking. Local village Malpas has a very interesting church. We will definitely return.
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WE WILL BE BACK AGAIN AND AGAIN

Have just returned from an 8-day stay at this lovely site where you are warmly welcomed by David and Julie. The grass site is adjacent to the farm and is managed very well with an interesting surround of wild grasses, meadow flowers and bushes with an outer perimeter path. The dogwalk is secure and was a haven for our spaniels as it isn't neatly manicured. This is an ideal site to become part of the countryside, and David is a mine of information and farming experience. it is our intention to return according to each season to watch the countryside change.

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Expect a friendly welcome!

We recently visited this delightful CL and had a lovely long weekend. David and Julie clearly like having caravanners stay with them. We enjoyed glorious views, local wildlife and peace and quiet. The spot is an ideal base to explore north Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire and we shall definitely visit again. Facilities are exactly as described and the dog walking field has the added bonus of a charming pony (he is very placid and stays behind his fence). Water, waste and hook up so conveniently placed. Thank you David and Julie for finding us somewhere to stay at the last minute and for demonstrating the tractor when we went 'off piste'.
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A little gem of a CL with a warm welcome

We have just come back from Wych Valley Farm CL and sincerely wished we didn’t have to. What a lovely site. Well maintained, each pitch has its own water and electricity supply, lovely facilities and nothing around but the soothing sound of sheep. David and Julie couldn’t be more helpful from helping us in to the pitch, recommending local eateries and helping me hitch up the van when Phil hurt his back at the last minute. We will definitely be back this time for longer. Thank you what a treat.
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