The Grove

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

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • 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

Recycling Facilities

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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:
138

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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Smashing CL

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.

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A Christmas and New Year Treat

Our Thanks must go out to Mr O'Hara for a very pleasant stay over the Christmas And New Year 14-15... As always a delight to stay on this hidden gem.. The weather was mixed covering wind, rain and frosts but this didn't put us off... Looking forward to a return visit in March.. Thank You and Happy New Year!
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The Grove pt2

The Grove pt2 In addition to my previous review we loved it that much had to return, a little nervous though because of the persistent rain in the week up to our Friday arrival. As always I walk on the ground in search of any soggy bits not wanting to get stuck with my front wheel drive outfit. The ground was dry and solid a real pleasure once again to set up on. We had to endure Friday afternoon in beautiful sunny and hot weather, fantastic couldn't ask for more. In the early hours of Saturday morning the heavens opened a deluge of water fell from the sky and continued all day until 3pm the sun came out and the ground dried out as if by magic. A great CL. All service very good Altho if you rely on 3G on your phone or tablet and with 02 then it just doesn't exist. We will be returning in Nov can't wait.
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Brilliant !!

4th, 5th - 6th April 14 The Grove CL Bewdley, a superb quality site only a short drive into Bewdley and just a 10 minute walk. The walk back is up hill but more than manageable. The entrance onto the site is more than manageable too. The site us very well kept its a delight to pitch on... Altho the site slopes away it's really not a problem because there is more than enough space for the 5 van limit to pitch on flat pitches. The Hook ups are well positioned and allow more than generous space between pitches for car, van & awning. Drinking water good quality, good provision to dispose of your waste water and the weekend toilet contents. Very peaceful site, we commented that the site is rural but everything you might want is on your door step, pubs, restaurants and shops. The nearest petrol station is just over the bridge thru Bewdley twds Kidderminster. We will return to this CL hopefully in the not so distant future, maybe we will also benefit from some better weather too. 
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Keep coming back

Probably our favourite CL. With lovely views, the site is part wooded and immaculately kept. The site is 200 yards off the Worcestershire way which allows a 3/4 mile, traffic free walk into Bewdley and is ideally situated for West Midlands Safari Park and the Severn Valley Railway. Despite being so close to the town, the site itself is quiet and secluded. For good meals, I would recommend The Packhorse Inn on the way into Bewdley, although book ahead if there is an event in Town A couple of words of warning for arrivals and departures; again if there's an event on, avoid the centre of Bewdley and go instead via Stourport. Secondly, the entrance to the site is very tight, so keep your wits about you!

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