Ladymeadow Farm

Luston, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0AS

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

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Ladymeadow Farm is very close to two National Trust properties - historic Ludlow and Leominster. The area also offers many antique shops, the black and white trail and Hampton Court.

Self-catering accommodation adjacent.

It is possible to catch a bus at the farm gate and visit Ludlow, Leominster and Hereford with connections to other market towns.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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3 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.276331 / Lon -2.759834
OS field ref:
SO483645
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Ludlow, Leominster, Hereford
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Leominster
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Very welcoming site

Ladymeadow Farm
We stayed there for 3 nights last week in our Motorhome. The owner is very pleasant. The location we stayed at was virtual level and didn't need a double lead as mention in another review. The other pitches near the Electric were slightly sloped and if you wanted to be level without any leveling devices, then a double electric cable may be a good idea. There is a B road nearby but that was not a busy road and there was no issue of noise. The site is in an Orchard and the grass was fairly long which was not a problem for us but it would have been nice to see it a little shorter. We cycled to Weobly along lots of small lanes one day and the following we cycled to Ludlow (a very pretty town) There is a cycle route from very close to the site into Ludlow (this is a very pretty route but is hilly if you don't have an electric bike). We went this way but came back the normal road way which is very much flatter) Overall a very enjoyable few days.

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Secret Cuckoo Spot

Ladymeadow Farm
Immediately on arrival we were greeted by the sound of Cuckoos, first we’ve heard in many years! A lovely warm welcome from the host and freedom to pitch anywhere on the very spacious site. You will need levelling blocks if you pitch close to the EHUs, if you choose the more level area you will need a second cable. The weather was glorious and we explored the surrounding area - perfect for popping over the border into Wales. A must do is the afternoon tea at the King’s Head in Tenbury Wells! The ground was quite soft in places, hardly surprising given the amount of rain in recent weeks. We observed a very large MH struggle to get out. I note a few have complained about the length of the grass, not really an issue for us, however, it might hide a boggy area for the unsuspecting camper. My only (tiny) gripe would be that the grass clippings aren’t collected. However, leaving outside shoes at the door to your outfit should help keep carpets grass free. The toilet/washroom is immaculate. Although we prefer to use our onboard facilities it’s useful for families or larger groups. I would definitely recommend. For MHs there’s a regular bus service to Ludlow and Leominster. The local pub in Luston (open Wed- Sun) do smashing pizzas. Eat in or takeaway.

Furryfen

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Reviewed on 02/06/2021 17:26

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Excellent Site

Ladymeadow Farm
Stayed here for 3 nights in May and cannot fault the site for anything. Despite other comments, access is easy and road noise not noticeable even during the day. It's easy to find a pitch level enough if you have blocks, and whilst using 2 hook up cables would increase choice, one is fine. Loads of space, immaculate toilet block with local info. Janet was absolutely lovely and we left payment on departure as she and her husband had gone out as she wouldn't take our money when we arrived. There's loads to do in the area, particularly as we are NT members - recommend The Weir Gardens and Berrington Hall! All in all a lovely experience, thanks!

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Lovely spot in a heat wave

Ladymeadow Farm
Spacious site, with lots of mature trees and if you don't need a hook-up you can get into deep shade (great in July 2018!). Had no trouble finding it, as it is a working farm, the owners were not there, but had been told beforehand to pitch anywhere in the orchard. Very friendly when I saw them to pay. Toilet clean & not cramped. Intend to go there again.

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Reviewed on 28/07/2018 16:38

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Lovely with reservations.

Ladymeadow Farm
Ladymeadow farm cl review. May 2018. This lovely CL has both good and bad points. To get the bad points out of the way.. On entering the site it is obvious that at times it must get very wet, as there are lots of ruts and damage from wheels. Fortunately on our visit it was dry. To get a choice of level pitch, as mentioned elsewhere you would need 2 electric cables, although the slope is not severe. The B road runs alongside the site, and is noisy during the day, but goes very quiet by 6pm. The water and elsan areas are near the house, up a steepish slope. The grass is cut occasionally but lays about in clumps. On the plus side, the owners are absolutely lovely. There are good facilities, a spotless toilet/washroom, the elsan area has a wash hose by it, and the water pressure is good. Access is easy from the B road. Its a lovely orchard, with lots of birds and gets very quiet after 6pm. Also it’s a good area to tour from, with a lot of local gardens and castles, with very good cycling and numerous small reasonably flattish lanes nearby. Don't miss Hampton court gardens, a real immaculately kept gem!. Overall a very nice CL.

dolphinGB

Reviewed on 27/05/2018 20:24

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