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We spent a lovely long weekend at New Farm. Good wide easy access to the site which has 5 large level hardstanding pitches each with their own tap and soak away. Pitches are well spaced and large enough for caravan and an awning or car. Facilities including cdp are all excellent and close by. Owner Steph is very helpful and pointed out aome excellent walks. Its possible to walk into Stourport-on-Severn via the Leapgate a disused railway which then joins the canal towpath, it took us about 45 minutes. Hartlebury Common is also close by for walks. Bewdley and the Wyre Forest are only a few miles away. There is some work being done a couple of fields away but it was very quiet over the weekend. We saw Buzzards and some bats early evening. This is a lovely CL and one we would have no hesitation in returning too, hopefully very soon. 🙂
We used this relatively new CL as a stopover whilst travelling south from Scotland. Easy access from the M5 to get to the site. Level hardstanding pitches all with EHU, water and waste (soak away). Super friendly and helpful owner who advised on where to walk the dogs - several options straight from the site. Recycling available. Husband was very impressed with the chemical toilet disposal - excellent!! As we were only there for one night, didn't have the opportunity to explore the area but there does appear to be a lot within striking distance. Highly recommended and will definitely use again. Thanks for having us.
Stepanie, (the site owner) arrived within minutes of our arrival to welcome us and make sure we had everything we needed and point out some of the local amenities and shops, which was extremely useful. All the pitches are spacious and fully serviced with own water/hookup/waste and all are on hardstanding. The site is on high ground so no danger of flooding and the hardstanding means no boggy grass underfoot when it rains. The views around the site are very picturesque and the cows in the adjoining field add to the real countryside feel. All in all a lovely, clean, well maintained site wih great, spacious pitches and a warm, friendly welcome from the owner, and plenty to see and do within the local area. Will definitely return.
On first look at this site via Google maps you may be put off by its location. I would urge you not to be though, as you will miss out on a really great site. Owner Steph is friendly and so easy to contact and deal with when checking availability/booking. She was also on hand to guide us in via another safe route when we were following the directions given and found a road we needed to follow was closed. We even had a text from her on our return home to thank us for staying. These little touches are what make sites stand out. Considering where it is, the site was not at all noisy. Yes, there was some noise from surrounding businesses (during the day) and a nearby road, but it was honestly background noise and not disturbing at all. You could still hear bird song and the cows in the adjoining field chewing the grass. Pitches are generous and get the sun all day. They are screened at the rear by bushes. All are fully serviced with hard standing and grass for awnings. Recycling and general waste bins, along with an easily accessed chemical waste disposal. The gate to the field is shut overnight and during the day if everyone is out. The access in to and out of the driveway is easy and wide. There is absolutely loads to do all within 30 minutes or less from the site. Lots of places to walk nearby, including the old Leapgate railway line and Hartlebury Common, both of which you can walk to straight from the site. I recommend visiting Worcestershire Country Council website where there are maps you can download for both walking and cycling (navigate to travel and roads then cycling and walking). Overall a lovely new site that we recommend a visit to and will visit again sometime in the future.