Brampton Golf Course

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Rural Herefordshire

A nice site, relaxed, on the edge of the 9-hole golf course so glimpses through the trees of players on the 9th hole a regular occurrence. Pitches are inside the hedge line adjacent the road and there is a big farm on the opposite side, with an entrance off the road, and large vehicles are regularly going in and out. Not a problem for us as the weather prevented sitting outside but it could get annoying if your plans are to do a lot of that. WC and shower useful additions. We didn’t sample the bar but cl users are welcome to do so. We visited 3 NT gardens, 2 of which had very interesting houses and full facilities. Ludlow not too far plus lots of walking if you’re up to it.
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A nice CL, but spoilt by road noise

We stayed at this site for four nights, with relatives, in 2 units. In general, it was pretty good in terms of facilities, although the WC is NOT 'exclusive use' as detailed - it is shared by the Golf Club, and only open when the Club is open. The site staff are friendly and helpful, especially the owner, Mrs Stokes. From the site we were able to visit places of interest which we would definitely recommend - Crofts Castle and Gardens (NT) at Yarpole, The Weir Gardens (NT), Hereford city (Cathedral including Mappa Mundi & the Chained Library, Black & White House Museum, Cider museum, Waterworks museum), Goodrich Castle (EH) near Ross-on-Wye (also worth a visit). The biggest problem with the site is its proximity to a busy rural road (the other side of the hedge from the camping area), which is used both by locals as a 'rat run' in the morning/evening and many HGVs servicing the commercial area on the old Madley Airfield site. On the third night we were there an HGV, with a refrigerator unit running constantly, was parked by the entrance to the airfield for 5 hours - from 6pm to 11pm. No idea why, and realise that the campsite owners can't control this sort of thing, but it spoilt our evening having dinner with our companions.
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Nice CL

A lovely little CL overlooking the 9 hole golf course. Very reasonable, quiet (apart from road noise during busy times), reasonable shower facilities, reasonable golf rates and close to lots of places of interest. It has a small bar on site and owners are very friendly. We've a large unit and did struggle a little as ground was quite wet but a lovely level site so didn't take very long to set up.
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Friendly welcome to an excellent site

We found this site - visited in late May - to be excellent value for money. The welcome inside the local golf club (handy bar !) was very good - thorough but relaxed. Nearby bus stop made it a good location from which to visit Hereford. Nice local walks adjacent including around the edge of the golf course itself. We would return if in this area. Clean loos, good shower and reasonably priced beer all on site: what's not to love!

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Loved it!

Mind you, it helps being a golfer 😀As a golfer, this site was delightful, 1st tee just a short walk. It’s only 9 holes, and there are only 3 par 4’s, but it is a true test of accuracy. The course is well maintained and there are ‘proper’ greens. Golf aside, this site is well maintained and has a wonderful relaxed ‘feel’, lots of mature trees provide some welcome shade, depending on where you pitch. We were made to feel welcome right from the start. Yes, there is some road noise from time to time, but this didn’t detract from a great stay. Indeed, the most annoying thing was the sound of some blasted pigeon cooing 😀 What you have here is a CL in a lovely location, lots of glorious countryside on your doorstep, will definitely return. Just one word of caution, don’t bother with the local ‘chippy’, not good.
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Calm and Peaceful CL

After spending a fortnight in early September on this very pleasant CL we concluded that it was one of the most relaxing stays that we had had on a CL. I agree with and support the comments made in the previous reviews so won't repeat them. There is an element of agricultural vehicle noise but after a short while it is hardly noticeable. After crossing/ going round the edge of the golf course there is miles of footpaths ideal for dog walking. The CL itself is ideally placed for Hereford, Herefordshire, Brecon Beacons, Forest of Dean and South Wales. All in all this CL is a little jem worthy of a stay of any length.

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Lovely CL site

We stayed on this CL site for 4 nights in August 2015 as we were attending a dog agility camp one mile away. It is well run with a friendly welcome. The grass is short and the pitches are spacious. In nearby Madley, 1 mile away with level cycling along a quiet road, is a well stocked shop and pubs serving food. The site has 16 amps and toilets and a shower. The shower can be accessed with a key but the only downside is that the toilets are locked after 9pm.   My husband had a game of golf, it is 9 holes, for only £6.50 on a nice little course. Well worth a visit. It was a bit noisy at times due to heavy farm machinery harvesting nearby but hey we were in the country!
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brilliant site

arrived on the site on Friday evening to a warm welcome . the site is set on the edge of a golf course. it is nice and peaceful the golf course itself is a tricky 30 par and really well priced at £6.50 for 9 holes and £3.50 for a further 9 hole if you fancy the challenge there's a bus that stops outside the site if you fancy a trip into Hereford. Had a great weekend and will be back again soon thanks

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Good LocalPlacesOfInterest for Surrounding Area

I have just returned from a long weekend at this CL and felt it was worthy of a review. As previous reviews have stated this CL is situated on a golf course but don't let this put you off, its only 9 holes and very scenic,CL overlooking the 9th hole. Facilities are good although the waste water/clean water/rubbish layout is situated at opposing ends of the CL but not a real problem. Other facilities such as toilet tend to be open 8am till dusk although shower available 24/7 via key. There is a café and small bar which is open mainly for golfers but it was welcoming for all so don't think its golfers only. Good walks around the edge of the course for dogs and plenty of wildlife. Its not a waterside CL as such, although there are two small ornamental lakes further down the course not suitable for fishing. The village of Madley is just up the road with good pubs (The Red Lion) which serves great food and gives a warm welcome,doggies welcome, visit the small plant nursery next door and charity shop its all for a great cause and very reasonable prices. LocalPlacesOfInterest for visiting Ross on Wye, Hay on Wye, Hereford and Black Mountains no problem. The weather wasn't kind but when the sun came out it was great-I will be visiting again. Word of warning DO NOT FOLLOW CARAVAN CLUB ROUTE PLANNER it has roads missing and wrong information apart from that have a great time-we did.

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Ideal for golfers

This is the second time we have stayed at this site and we will definitely be returning in the future. It is a family run golf club and site and everyone is very welcoming and helpful. The facilities are kept lovely and clean and site position off the 9th green is perfect. Some noise from the road but not a real problem, mainly farming vehicles. Wonderful starlit skies at night. Excellent if you enjoy golf, the course is very well maintained. The site is also within easy distance to many of the local towns and areas of beauty.

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