Rails End Nursery

Back Lane, Ashton-under-Hill, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 7RG

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Our CL is set in an 8 acre plot formerly a family run tomato nursery, on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Ashton under Hill.

The site offers level grass pitching within a spacious paddock surrounded by mature hedgerow on its external boundaries offering both security and privacy in equal measures whilst allowing views of the fledging orchard and Bredon Hill.

We sell home grown season fruit and vegetables, our own free range eggs as well as homemade jams and chutneys.

All pitches have EHU.

A 5 minute walk away is a first rate village pub! The Star which serves locally sourced food (closed for food Sunday and Monday evening).

A shop selling the essentials is situated a short walk away on the A46.

Also on our doorstep are a number of local suppliers of fresh produce. A local caravan supplies stockist is also within 5 minutes of the site should the need arise.

Location

Rails End is 3 miles south of Evesham, just 0.5 mile off the A46.

The Local Area

Bredon Hill is geologically part of the Cotswolds and lies within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is well worth the climb for the amazing views over Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, to the Malvern Hills and even into Wales.

For those that like to explore, there are cycle ways and footpaths from the village (maps can be borrowed) that provide opportunity to take in the scenic views across the surrounding area. Should you choose to explore by car (or the local and convenient bus service) Tewkesbury and Evesham are within a short ride.

On the outskirts of Evesham is The Valley, a garden centre and shopping destination which also has Evesham Vale light railway.

The location benefits from proximity to a number of attractions not least National Trust properties of Hidcote, Croome Park, Snowshill Manor also Kiftsgate, and many of the delightful Cotswold villages such as Winchcombe, Broadway and Chipping Campden. The Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Steam Railway now runs from Broadway to Cheltenham race course.

The delightful town of Cheltenham is just 12 miles South with a large variety of shops to tempt you.

Local events include Aston open gardens, second weekend in June, Evesham Asparous festival, Pershore Plum festival and Cheltenham Races to name a few!

For more information please see our Website or Facebook page.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 52.035885 / Lon -2.00399
OS field ref:
SO999374
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Tewkesbury, Evesham and Cheltenham
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Evesham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Great CL

Friendly, informative welcome, well spaced pitches, quiet site. Good local pub. Well equipped play park in village.
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GREAT PLACE TO STAY

I would rate this CL as if not the best, one of the best CLs we have ever stayed at, and we have been touring since 1980. The owners were very welcoming to the site and very helpful in supplying details of all the local amenities and things to do. The site itself is kept very clean and tidy and access to the water, electricity and waste disposal is good and very well maintained. The wild life one can see includes owls, pheasents and chicks, squirells deer all of which can be seen from the caravan. There is a local pub which provides excellent food, a take away service and a small shop providing essentials. There are many walks in the area and the roads are quiet for cycling, if on the other hand one wishes to remain in the caravan/motorhome and partake of a bottle of gin or two, the site is very tranquil.

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Lovely site

We had a lovely pitch - number 1 and faced into what the owners called the Aldi Orchard. It was like a private back garden for us. We used the local buses and they were free so that was a bonus. The owners have a small shed with all sorts of bits inside- petanque, local walk maps and tourist information- we used all. The walk up Bredon Hill was stunning. We also took up the hosts suggestion of dining at The Star Inn and had a superb Sunday roast. All in all we had a great stay.
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Covid safe all precautions met very well Hi what a lovely 6 nights spent here. Easy tow in, follow owners instructions though. Warm friendly welcome. Lovely walks from site and pub very close. Great for dog and walkers. Level grassy pitches but ground excellent despite deluge of rain. Thank you Rails end nursery.
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Just back from 6 nights at Rails End. Beautiful site although unfortunately we had typical Bank Holiday weather! Hosts really friendly and couldn't do enough for you. Very easy access from the M5 following the excellent directions sent. Hosts are very dog-savvy too, there is a great network of footpaths from the site including a nice field when you walk through the churchyard (public footpath). Nice pub within a few minutes walk too, what more could you ask. All in all a gem of a site, 4 stars for peace and tranquility because there is a very slight hum of traffic noise in the distance but certainly far enough away not to be any issue. I am sure we shall be back.

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