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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Great CL for peace and quiet

Arrived of course the wrong way into the site, thankfully nothing came the other way on the single track road ! The grass was cut and the water and electric was near and the pitch was nearly level. I have never been to a place so quiet, just the noise of the ducks on the river just 20 yards away. Charles the owner was very helpful which was nice as he checks in daily to see if all is well. Ross on Wye is about 6 miles away and has everything you need. Try the butcher in the high street as the meat comes from the estate you are next to on your pitch. The beef is some of the best I have tasted. The downside to this paradise is that the signal for mobiles/internet for 4g was poor if any, thankfully I have a 4g aerial booster which pulled only 2 bars of signal. That was with O2. TV reception was fine. No pubs nearby. If you are after peace and quiet this is the site for you.
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Magnificent Peaceful CL

We have just returned from Lyndor CL having spent a wonderful week walking & relaxing. The CL is in a wonderful quiet picturesque location overlooking the river Wye with views of the fields & hills beyond. The pitches are clearly marked with plenty of space between pitches. There are wonderful walks in all directions from the site & lovely quiet roads for those with bikes. The single track road to the site has passing places for cars but you wouldn't want to meet a caravan coming in the other direction; wise to stick to arriving & departing times! Highly recommended.
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Excellent site

No one could be disappointed with this site! A really beautiful setting yards from the Rive Wye with great views and outstanding walks in every direction. The site itself, even during a very wet October weekend, is well laid out with easy to access and use utilities. Having a 4x4 was handy as I think front wheel drive motorhomes might struggle in the shoulder parts of the season. Much has been said about the drive in being narrow but we found it no hassle in our 7m motorhome - yes an occasional need to pull over but nothing as dramatic as you get routinely in places like Devon.

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A beaut!

As everyone else has already said, this is a gem of a site. Overlooks the River Wye and doesn't get much quieter than this. Plenty of running, cycling and walking on the doorstep and gorgeous views. The mud and the deceptive incline to get onto the site were providing a few challenges getting in and out while we were there, however Charles & a local game keeper we flagged down were doing a sterling job of assisting with 4x4s which all added to the adventure!

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A gem

Friendly welcome from Charles with info about walks from the site, there are plenty of varying distance from a couple of miles upward . Well spaced pitches and a fabulous outlook, looking forward to returning
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