Crossways Farm

Stoke Lacy, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4RF

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Crossways Farm site is set on open pasture land with lovely views across to Hereford and the Black Mountains. Near two local pub/restaurants and Wye Valley Brewery in Stoke Lacy. Bromyard, Ledbury, Leominster and Hereford are interesting towns to explore.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Lawned site

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Postcode:
HR7 4RF
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GPS:
Lat 52.145605 / Lon -2.570821
OS field ref:
SO611497
OS map ref:
149

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Great location to explore Herefordshire

This is a lovely site, very peaceful with stunning views. Lots of quiet lanes to cycle or paths to walk, plenty of birds to see and we had a Wren’s nest behind our pitch in the hedge. The local pub, The Three Horseshoes is definitely worth a visit, great food, beer, cider and a lovely garden to sit in or admire ... weather depending!

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A lovely little site

A little gem. Some of the nicest scenary I've ever seen. Along a quiet little road thats used by locals only. The flattest pitches are pitches 1 & 2. Pitches 2 &3 are closest to the water tap. There are 2 spotless toilets and a lovely hot shower (£1 for 10 min). The waste is at the bottom of the field so its not difficult to roll downhill and push uphill empty. It is a dogs welcome site but they must be on leads. There are sheep and lambs in the adjacent field and some very free range chickens that like to pop in for a visit. We shooed them away but our dogs were interested in the chickens. Closest shop is about 4 miles away in bromyard. Eastnor castle was stunning and both the house and gardens are dog friendly. A real walkers paradise.
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Lovely little CL but couldn't stay :-(

We pre booked this site and spoke to the owner who is very friendly and helpful. We arrived at the site, let ourselves in through gate and followed the arrows through to the caravan field. It's a stunning location and quite peaceful but unfortunately for is a sloping site. As we were towing a twin axle, try as we might and on wet ground we could not get any traction to move uphill and into position. I set off to find the owner to let her know of our situation and found her on the phone to her neighbour to ask if he'd bring his 4x4 to help us (which was lovely of her) However we decided against staying in case we got stuck. We'd recommend the site though as shower and toilet were clean, owner very friendly, nice little site if dry weather, you've got four wheel drive or not such a heavy unit as ours
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Fantastic Views And Five Star Facilties

We booked two adjacent pitches on this site for along weekend as we had a family occasion in the area. Very accommodating hostess, providing us two pitches together, clearly marked. Plenty of space for everyone, the views are exactly as the pictures show and plenty of blocks/bricks are supplied for levelling. My husband was thrilled to find the Wye Valley Brewery about a mile away and we were able visit the brewery shop and sample their ales. Access was very simple and the toilet block and shower were excellent - clean and modern, definitely worth 5 stars! Bromyard is a lovely small town full of independent stores and there is plenty of countryside and touristy things around to explore. We will definitely book here again for a longer stay to explore the area more closely.
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A peaceful location close to some great attractions

This is a lovely CL. At the time we were there the new toilet block was still to be fully opened but the site offers EHUs and toilets and will also have a shower shortly. The views across the hills are fantastic. There is n excellent pub that serves food about a mile up the road and Bromyard is a short drive away. There is a fairly narrow road for the last 1/2 mile but there are passing places. We received a very warm welcome from Mary Harpur and will be very happy to stop here again.
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