Woodlands Farm

Pershore Lane, Martin Hussingtree, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR3 8TA

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Level, secluded site on a farm with easy access from M5 Junction 6.
  • Ideal location for visiting Worcester, Droitwich and the Malverns.
  • Worcester Rugby Club is 2 miles away.
  • 1 Dog only.

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.5 acres

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Lat 52.233851 / Lon -2.171577
OS field ref:
SO884595
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Droitwich
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Hidden gem CL for any purpose and ideally located close to M5

We have visited this lovely CL on several occasions - mainly as an overnight stop en route to the West Country but also for a "Family Rally" of several days. What we enjoy about this CL is its close proximity to the M5 motorway and other road networks. Access is via a wide entrance from a relatively busy road - no issues at all with our Swift Conqueror twin axle caravan. Upon arrival, we always receive a very friendly welcome from the Owners and/or their daughter and on several occasions for an overnight stop when the site was not busy we were even able to park overnight without having to unhitch since the site is so level ! This is a working small-holding/farm with sheep in adjacent fields that add to the feeling of "getting away from it all" ! Whilst the A4538 is quite a busy road (requiring care when leaving with a caravan), nevertheless the noise has never been an issue since to some extent this is minimised by the many trees that surround the CL. Although the CAMC Sites Directory Handbook states that TV reception is fair, we never have any issues with reception in our caravan. The CL has flat level pitches that provide adequate space for all to enjoy, and thankfully when the grass is cut it is collected, thus avoiding it being trampled into the caravan ! The Owners have "gone that extra mile" by the provision of quaint clean toilet facilities that adjoin a farm building and other amenities are well provided - including solar lights around the water etc points ! There are very adequate facilities for waste, including that generated by dogs etc. Worcester is only a short distance away with several superstores that offer discounted fuel for those long journeys - we found Tesco to provide the best access/departure when fuelling with a twin axle caravan (Sainsburys had to open up a special barrier to allow us to leave the forecourt) ! We have never encountered any issues with the electricity supply. The site is always found to be well maintained. In conclusion, we believe that value for money this CL at Woodlands Farm is a real gem and is highly recommended (but do not tell too many others for fear we have difficulty next time we need to book lol!) - in comparison to the relatively nearby 2018 CL of the Year (Avonbank Meadow) which we visited only to find that it is NOT actually situated adjacent to the River Avon as portrayed in photographs which actually show a commercial site alongside the river), we would stay at Woodlands Farm every time without any hesitation - far more tidier and appealing ! Looking forward to our next visit !
Caravanner from North Yorkshire

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overnight stop

first night of our first extend stay in our van. stopped here on route to Devon site was conveniently close to the M5, well maintained and very friendly. would definitely use again
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Lovely CL

This is a lovely CL, which is well cared for. Grass had been mowed. There is a toilet on site for caravanners. The facilities are good. There are trees for shade which we definitely needed when we visited, as it was very hot. There is some road noise, but we didn't find it particularly intrusive. Very easy access and close to the motorway. We would definitely like to visit again.

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An Enjoyable Stopover En-route

We stayed for one night southbound on the M5 and one night northbound in June. The site has a few little slopes but we did not need blocks. All facilities normally found on a CL were readily at hand including electric hook-ups and even a toilet. On the first night we simply chilled out but on the return, having arrived at noon, we found a cycle path on the towpath alongside the Worcester and Birmingham Canal that we joined via the road to Lower Smite Farm which is well signed off the road just south of the site. This avoids road traffic and goes right through the centre of Worcester and is enjoyable both for cycling and walking. The M5 noise is present but not too loud and there is a little noise from the road past the site but none of this is intrusive. It is a working farm with sheep and lambs right next to the site. The owner is very pleasant and helpful and her dog is wonderful. A very convenient and pleasant place to stopover.

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Second visit to this site.

This is our second visit to Woodlands C L . Meeting Mr. & Mrs Thomas and daughter Clare again was like meeting old friends, they are all so welcoming and friendly. The sight is looked after very well and kept nice and tidy. Many members seem to use it as a over night stop between the north and the south west and vise versa but its well worth a longer visit. Thanks again to the three of you for a lovely site.

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