Lyndor

Hole-in-the-Wall, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7JW

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Wye Valley Walk adjacent.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • Dog walk from site
  • Game fishing
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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HR9 7JW
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Lat 51.95496 / Lon -2.567213
OS field ref:
SO617296
OS map ref:
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Lyndor
I grew to love this place more every day. A slices of Norwegian Forest in Herefordshire. Yes, the road to Lyndor is a bit dicy, in fact when we left at 10am to purposely not meet any other vehicles coming in we meet a tour bus going on the opposite direction! Somehow we managed to get through but it hasn't put us off at all, if we could pass that then we could get by anything. You travel to Ross on the opposite direction, you certainly wouldn't be able to take a caravan that way but we drove it almost every day without the caravan of course 3 1/2 miles into the town, and a lovely town it is too. We spent three of the days (here for a fortnight) just ambling around, visiting the river walk and the Hope & Anchor pub, also the Prospect and looking round St Mary's Church. Good shopping for and otherwise. Symonds Yat and East and Westside too. All very pretty and stunningly beautiful. We can't wait to return next year hopefully and we hope it never changes, it's perfect, pretty and peaceful just as it is.

Millan

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Reviewed on 20/07/2022 15:14

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Lyndor
A wonderful little CL, nestled in the middle of the countryside overlooking the river with the woods right behind. We used it for a few nights away in between work to unwind and do a bit of walking and it ticked those boxes perfectly. A trip to Hereford was not too far away in the car and Ross on Wye is even closer. We would return if we found ourselves in the area again, thank you Charles.

nathankurton

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Reviewed on 11/07/2022 13:26

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Just stayed 3 nights at Lyndor May 2022. There's something special about being by the river in what feels like the middle of nowhere with just the sound of birds and the occasional tractor. Charles makes you feel really welcome and provides advice and details of local walks/cycle routes. This time we visited Symonds Yat, Monmouth and Ross-on Wye, all within a short drive from the campsite. I can thoroughly recommend this site if you want to unwind and enjoy nature all around you. We will be back :)

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Lyndor
We spent 3 nights here over May bank holiday 2022. It is a beautiful site. Despite the road being right by the site it was so quiet, cars are very few and far between. Sunset over the river and birds everywhere. Could be by the Dordogne.! Only reservation was security. The site is very open to the road and passing toerags! Felt better when the site was full, as it was over the bank holiday but would not like to leave, say, our bikes if the site was quiet. However, one could spend days just sitting here and watching the river roll by.

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Reviewed on 07/05/2022 19:50

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Peaceful and picturesque CL

Lyndor
We booked 4 nights here September 16-19) but enjoyed it so much that we booked an extra night. The access road is single lane but quite accessible as long as you follow instructions in the CAMH Club book and not satnav. On arrival we were welcomed by Peter, caretaker in the absence of the site owner Mr. Charles Gething Lewis, who was on holiday. The River Wye is adjacent to the CL, with woods behind and is really peaceful and picturesque. EHU and fresh water are readily accessible although black water disposal could be made easier with a low level drain point rather than the current upstand pipe. There are lovely walks along the river and across fields to Ross on Wye and the short drive to Hereford to visit the Cathedral are a must do ! We saw Kingfishers, Herons, Egrets, Red Kites, Buzzards and Kestrels and at night, the Tawny Owls hooting in the woods and across the river were fantastic. I have no doubt that we will return to Lyndor which became our “happy place” during our stay.

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