Windspoint

Fartown Farm, Pensax, Abberley, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR6 6AE

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  • Dogs
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Why stay here ...

Fartown Farm is a well-established family run CL site, set in the heart of the beautiful Worcestershire country side. There are 5 individual level pitches, with both hard standing and a grassed area for pitching awning's at no extra cost, each surrounded with a mature well maintained hedging providing privacy during your stay, each pitch has electric hook up and far reaching views across open farm land and country side. 

Just a short walk through a gate at the end of the site the Bell Inn can be found which is a Camera Award winning public house specialising in real ales, ciders and perry. In fact Worcestershire Camera voted it pub of the decade. The pub serves home cooked food in their restaurant, traditional bar or the "snug" all of which have a welcoming open fires in the winter.

The site is conveniently located to access many of the local towns which include Stourport Upon Severn (15 minutes) Worcester (25 minutes) Bewdley (15 minutes) Kidderminster (20 minutes) Cleobury Mortimer (10 minutes) and Ludlow (30 minutes).

There are a number of other local attractions, which do not show up in the attractions and events section below. These include the Severn Valley Railway, Shesley Walsh Hill Climb, the oldest operational motorsport venue in the world, the West Midlands Safari Park, the Three Counties Showground, Ludlow with has several food and cultural festivals throughout the year and a historic castle and the river Severn and Teme.

There is also some fantastic walking in the area both from the site and in the wider area. Check the Worcestershire County Council Website for more information. The Worcestershire Way which goes from Bewdley to Malvern taking in some of Worcestershire's finest scenery passes very close to the site and there are many wonderful footpaths in the area.

The site is approached down a lane (about 200 meters) off the B4202 which is a popular route from the M5 through to Mid and North Wales heading through to Ludlow and the Welsh boarder towns of Welshpool and Newtown. Many travellers use the site as a convenient stop to break up their journey.

The site is not suitable for RV type units as access to the site and some of the pitches is tight.

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Types of pitch: hardstanding

Electric hook up available

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All you will ever need

The handbook says from £14 but it really is only £11 in the warmer months. Everything to hand so no instructions needed. Every pitch is level hardstanding and has a lawn to sit out on surrounded with a high hedge. If you choose the pitch next to the main road then noise might be a problem otherwise it is not a problem. Good beer drinkers pub across the road and loads of places to visit. Everyone should visit Great Witley Parish Church, it is amazing. Petrol Station/Shop for groceries and papers five minutes drive away.
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All you will ever need

The handbook says from £14 but it really is only £11 in the warmer months. Everything to hand so no instructions needed. Every pitch is level hardstanding and has a lawn to sit out on surrounded with a high hedge. If you choose the pitch next to the main road then noise might be a problem otherwise it is not a problem. Good beer drinkers pub across the road and loads of places to visit. Everyone should visit Great Witley Parish Church, it is amazing. Petrol Station/Shop for groceries and papers five minutes drive away.
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Nice site

Spacious and well maintained site. Easy access to water point, waste etc with a little hut housing the bin area. No toilet on site. Pitches well spaced and maintained overlooking paddock with sheep in when we went and views of the hills in the far distance. As a site itself, nothing to grumble about at all however, for us, the road noise was just too much and I'm afraid would put us off going again which is a shame as it's certainly not a reflection on the owner or the site. If a busy B road doesn't concern you then you will really like this site as otherwise it is quiet. We also couldn't find anywhere on site for walking the dog and whilst we could walk along the lane as it was a single track with thick hedgerows and no verge to pull yourself and dog into it was at times a little difficult. Good access to numerous places to visit and very pretty countryside. As the site is so well laid out I would still urge you to consider it but do bear in mind the noise of the road.
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A little gem

We booked 4 nights here over a weekend in May looking for a good quiet CL near to a couple of local attractions we wanted to visit. These days I always read the reviews before choosing any site and Windspoint seemed to fit the bill nicely. As others have noted it really is a lovely site, the owners have put in considerable effort to create well proportioned individual pitches and the hedges that divide them are just the right size. Splendid views and quiet in the main, you do hear traffic using the lane but there isn't much of it, just enough to remind you that you aren't alone on the planet. The whole site is very well maintained with everything labelled and easy to use. Access is slightly on the tight side and the approach lane is very narrow but as you have only some 90 yards to travel from the main road this is not a problem. We didn't manage to try the pub this trip so that will have to wait for our second visit which is something I'm sure we will do as this CL is such a delight.
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Windspoint CL

Visited for 3 nights end of March with indifferent weather of wind & rain most of the time. The hardstandings & sheltered hedges on each pitch were are bonus. Nicely laid out if a little tight with a large outfit but no problem if you have a mover.Waste, drinking water & toilet disposal are all well thought out & easy to use. Owner nice & helpful. Only slight downside was the road which was a bit noisy at times, but not off putting really. Pleasant enough view from van & had a buzzard right in front of our window one morning. Nice pub opposite with good food. We visited Croft castle & Berrington Hall NT places, Bewdley, The Wyre forest & drove around many lanes & villages nearby. A pleasant stay & would recommend.

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