Windover Farm

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A peaceful retreat

We stayed for three nights at Windover farm and although the weather was cold and damp we had a peaceful time surrounded by fields and horses. As there are no hard-standings we were worried that the field might be too wet, but it was perfectly accessible and we had it all to ourselves as no-one else was as crazy as us! John was very friendly and helpful and checked everything was ok, but also left us alone to get on with things. There are plenty of things to do in the local area; we walked to Newent, cycled to Ledbury (8 miles) which is a lovely historic town with lovely pubs and we had a tour of the Three Choirs Vineyard (10 minute cycle) and a delicious lunch. I would recommend this site for a nice quiet break in the Gloucestershire countryside whatever the weather!
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A Delightful Site

Spacious, open and peaceful. Grass neatly cut and collected - much appreciated. Plenty of room for our elderly dog to walk slowly around. Very pleasant and helpful owner. Lunch at Three Choirs Vineyard on a warm, sunny day - treats don't get any better than this. We thoroughly recommend this site.

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Beautiful isolated oasis

Worth negotiating the narrow roads to access. Lovely welcoming hosts. Spacious, well kept, grass paddock with stunning views. The kind of place that would be great for meeting up with friends and having a private party. The only drawbacks are the dog walking nearby. The lanes are so narrow you can feel a little vulnerable. The site is on a cycle route so could be great for exploring that way. Shame that the owner doesn't put some wheelie bins up in the paddock but a minor niggle.

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Peaceful site

We spend one night here in September. Site large in lovely location and well maintained.

The owner came to see us on arrival and then we were left alone but had numbers to make contact if needed.

The electric points are all at one side of the site so although not close together they could be excellent if whole site used. We had complete peace and quite , really relaxing.

Only slight negative for us is distance to rubbish and waste points and that no easy access to dog walking from site . Although the site itself is adequate size for short walks straight from your van and dog bins on site for waste !

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A great stay.

As with the other reviewers for this site, it was had to be negative about this site. It have everything you could want from a CL site. This being our first outing to a CL we were full of woe as to wether we had done the right thing. No problems, so if you are like myself give this site a try you'll not be disappointed.

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Total peace and tranquility

Total peace and tranquility - exactly the reason we bought a touring caravan. Huge field, well mown and good drainage of surface water. Horses in an adjoining area, which our kids loved. Pitches well spaced out and mostly level, but you may need a levelling block. Quite probably the best site we've ever been to. Roads nearby are quiet and picturesque if you fancy a bike ride. 20 (ish) min drive to Ross for canoe hire down the Wye (13 miles downstream takes 5 hrs) and well worth the £60 canoe hire + relay for the four of us. In summary: if you're after some peace and beautiful countryside, you can't go far wrong - it's a great site.

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A gem of a place close to Three Choirs Vineyard

This site was spacious, well maintained, quiet just perfect for a peaceful break. We booked this site as we had a tour of Three Choirs vineyard booked and wanted a site close enough to cycle to the vineyard. However having been there once we will certainly return again. I would recommend this site highly.

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A Great find!

We chose this CL because it's the closest (just 2 miles) to the Three choirs Vineyard where we had a meal & tour booked and wow, are we glad we did! The site is well kept grass and very spacious with 6 very generous electric hookup pitches. Access off the road is easy and the views are lovely. The only noise was the occasional popping of the crow scarers in the vineyard next door. Birdlife is abundant, as well as lots of crows and a pair of magpies we saw a blue jay and a woodpecker. We were there during some of the heaviest rainfall this autumn, torrential and lasting all night for 2 nights but the grass is free draining and was not boggy at all. Newent is just a couple of miles away and worth exploring both for the shops and for it's pretty lake. We were a tad concerned by the idea of having to be off site by 11am but the friendly and helpful owner was quite happy for us to stay into the afternoon as the site wasn't busy. We didn't want to leave and will most definitely be back!

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