The Grove

Red Hill, Heightington Road, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2TD

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

  • Good area for walking.
  • Golf nearby.

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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2 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
DY12 2TD
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GPS:
Lat 52.369271 / Lon -2.313035
OS field ref:
SO788746
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Kidderminster, Ludlow, Birmingham
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Kidderminster
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely family trip

The Grove
We stayed here nearer to the beginning of this year, just so we could visit the safari park, mainly. It turned out to be a lot closer to the safari than we expected, which was an added bonus. We are a family of 4, with 2 young boys and a dog. Both kids and dog loved this site, especially the big tree in the middle, ideal for climbing on and appare tly eating a bowl of cereal in. The gentleman running the maintenance was very friendly and helpful. We also enjoyed a visit to 'go ape'. The only down side is that it took us a very long time to actually find the site. We ended up driving through the narrow town of Bewdley twice and had to de-hitch the caravan to turn around in a car park when took the wrong lane to a Manor house place. Definately need better signs placed on the main road, before heading down the steep hill into the town. We loved the site so much we're actually looking at booking to go again in October this year for a week

Caroline DH

Caravanner

Reviewed on 20/08/2021 20:01

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A great weekend stay with easy walking access to town

The Grove
We stayed here in our 8m Motorhome with friends who had a large caravan outfit over the weekend of 18th to 20th June 2020. The CL is laid out so that there can be lots of space between units and there is even more space in which to walk or walk your dogs. Each pitch has 10a electrics and although not entirely level ground, it didn't take much to get the units levelled. The drinking water and waste water are attached to what appears to be an old farm building and the cassette waste is at the bottom of the large field. The facilities are good. Its a short walk down a hill into town where you’ll find many restaurants and bars with a mix of food and prices. We arrived from the north and our satnav directed us into Bewdley which we now know has some very narrow roads, but after a quick detour we managed to get to the CL ok. If at all possible i would approach the CL from the south and you wont have the agro of traffic and narrow roads. We had good 4g coverage on our Three network and the TV signal through aerial is good. As someone else stated, if you rely on satellite TV then you will need to park up on the ‘house side’ of the central trees. Overall we had a great weekend and would happily stay there again, though i would approach from he south.

peds8045

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Reviewed on 24/06/2021 19:21

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Lovely CL

The Grove

Stayed 13th and 14th June 2021.

 

We were on our way towards the Welsh borders and needed a CL with electric hookup before a few days without. We also needed somewhere with an interesting town within walking distance as our dog is sadly unable to walk too far now. This CL fitted the bill perfectly ! A medium size field with flat areas around the central group of trees. We didn't meet the owner Ben, but he responded very quickly to messages on his mobile. We couldn't seem to get a secure network connection anywhere to enable us to pay him by bank transfer, so ended up paying cash through the door. Turn left out of the site entrance and it's a 5 minute walk down the hill along the road with pavement or turn right and you find the Worcestershire Way public footpath which leads into the town of Bewdley. Which we've never visited before. A delight ! A lovely riverside walk with a couple of pubs and Cafe's. It helped enormously that the weather was gorgeous !

Dobedobedo

Reviewed on 19/06/2021 09:26

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Beautifully kept CL

The Grove
We stayed at The Grove in our motorhome in July 2019 (a week after Covid-19 re-opening). The CL is large with a central tree area so there is loads of space and privacy. We didn't have to use leveling blocks. Everything was well maintained. It is a short 10-15min walk down into Bewdley (there is a pavement all the way) and a slightly longer walk back up the hill! Alternatively there is plenty of car parking in Bewdley. Bewdley has a lovely selection of shops, pubs and eating places and a brewery. There is a lovely walk along the river (make sure to read the floor plaques) and the Queen Elizabeth II park is well worth visiting. I'd support the comments on the older reviews. A lovely, conveniently situated site.

Plinksta

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Reviewed on 18/07/2020 18:59

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Smashing CL

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We visited this site in May 2015, the site is situated on a quiet B road, not too noisy, the pitches are situated around tall trees if you have a satellite dish on your motor home you would need to be pitched nearer the road side of the trees to receive a signal.    The site is well kept and in good order. Bewdley is about, 10 minute walk away, a lovely small town, there is a very interesting Museum well worth a visit, buses run to Ludlow, Kidderminster etc. from the town. Plenty of walks from this site, you can get for free a couple of leaflets for walks with directions from the Information Office just by the Museum if you haven’t any OS maps. There is also the Severn Railway in the town, you can buy tickets for a ride on a steam train. We would certainly recommend this CL and look forward to returning when we visit this area again.

MosandBub

Reviewed on 27/06/2015 08:25

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