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Ashperton Park Lodges
Heart of England » Herefordshire » Ashperton, Nr Ledbury
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Close to the beautiful Malvern Hills, Worcester and Ross-on-Wye, Ashperton Park Lodges nestle in the quiet village of Ashperton, about twelve miles from Hereford. They are directly behind the Hopton Arms pub and surrounded by lovely views and countryside, perfect for exploring on foot or by bike.

With rivers, woodland walks and cycle trails, Herefordshire is a lovely place for a lodge holiday and you'll find kayaking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing and horse riding all close by. Ross-on-Wye is known as the gateway to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean and it's close enough to easily cross the borders into both Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire.

Ashperton Park Lodge is a comfortable timber lodge that sleeps up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom. The lounge / kitchen and dining area is open plan and it has lovely countryside views. Each lodge has a verandah with garden furniture and a good sized kitchen.

Ross-on-Wye is known for its independent shops, where you can browse for everything from clothing and furnishings to jewellery and locally produced food at the twice weekly market in the centre of town.

  • Close to Hereford
  • Rural setting
  • Great for exploring
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Ashperton Lodge
Fri 23rd Nov 2018
Sleeps 4
Pets 1
Ashperton Lodge
Fri 23rd Nov 2018
Sleeps 4
Pets 1
Comfortable timber lodge with one double and one twin. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Countryside views.
3 Nights
£155.00
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Ashperton Park Lodges

Close to the beautiful Malvern Hills, Worcester and Ross-on-Wye, Ashperton Park Lodges nestle in the quiet village of Ashperton, about twelve miles from Hereford. They are directly behind the Hopton Arms pub and surrounded by lovely views and countryside, perfect for exploring on foot or by bike.

With rivers, woodland walks and cycle trails, Herefordshire is a lovely place for a lodge holiday and you'll find kayaking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing and horse riding all close by. Ross-on-Wye is known as the gateway to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean and it's close enough to easily cross the borders into both Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire.

Ashperton Park Lodge is a comfortable timber lodge that sleeps up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom. The lounge / kitchen and dining area is open plan and it has lovely countryside views. Each lodge has a verandah with garden furniture and a good sized kitchen.

Ross-on-Wye is known for its independent shops, where you can browse for everything from clothing and furnishings to jewellery and locally produced food at the twice weekly market in the centre of town.

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Accommodation features
  • Comfortable two bedroom lodges, ideal for year round comfort.
  • Flat screen TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £20pw each (max 1)
  • (small breeds only) (in specific accommodation only)
  • Non smoking accommodation

Goodrich Castle stands majestically on a hill in the valley of Symonds Yat and borders the Royal Forest of Dean, where you can also have fun at the Monmouth Canoe Centre.

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Where's Ashperton Park Lodges?
Ym, Shropshire
Date of stay: 5th October 2018
Very nice place and lovely countryside Herefordshire is.
Michelle, Stifford Clays Grays Essex
Date of stay: 15th September 2018
Wonderful for us..
Michael, Market Rasen
Date of stay: 29th June 2018
Lovely break great value for money
Amy, Northumberland
Date of stay: 18th June 2018
Great location. Lovely and clean lodges.
David
Date of stay: 19th March 2018
Brilliant. Thank you.
Catherine
Date of stay: 29th January 2018
Would highly recommend the lodge. Facilities inside are great and the lodge was spotless. Wet weather meant the ground outside the lodge was slippery which is a concern if you have mobility issues.
Robert, Llandeilo
Date of stay: 10th November 2017
Excellent value for money
Elaine, Poulton-le-fylde
Date of stay: 2nd October 2017
Would not suit everyone, as this is not a holiday park, but a couple of chalets in a field. We loved it and will most likely return next year. Great location as you can access both the Cotswolds and Wales, with Ledbury being only 4 miles away.
Paul, Torquay, Devon
Date of stay: 21st July 2017
A great time in the countryside, enjoyed the lodge and enjoyed the surroundings. We will be going back there and have no hesitation in recommending Ashperton Lodge to anyone who enjoys a quiet, no fuss holiday.
Gillian
Date of stay: 23rd June 2017
Needs signs from the road, you cannot tell where to turn. Other than that it was lovely.
Victoria, Bristol
Date of stay: 20th May 2017
On the whole we enjoyed our stay here. On the plus side the site is very quiet which suited us, the lodge was spotlessly clean and the bed very comfortable. However, there were some down sides.

We had difficulty in finding the site due to lack of signage. Owner says planners will not let him put up a sign but plenty of B and B owners have signs so am not sure why Ashperton Lodge can't display one. A temporary sign that is put out when guests are arriving would be helpful. We arrived in the afternoon but had it been dark we would never have found the place.

Dripping shower, this was noted in the visitor book some months ago but has not been repaired. Annoying to hear the sound of constant dripping but what a waste of water!

Muddy parking area, when it rains the parking area gets very muddy and, in my opinion, dangerously slippery. Owner says planners will not allow Tarmac to be put down but something needs to be done. Perhaps gravel could be put down?

We were there a complete week and we're not offered a change of towels and did not see any staff other than to do the check in. Whilst we appreciated not being bothered every day it would have been nice if someone had checked just once in our stay and brought clean towels.

On the whole we enjoyed our stay here but feel it worth pointing out a few tweaks that need to be made.
Ian, Plymouth
Date of stay: 17th April 2017
A very warm and friendly welcome, followed by a very relaxing and most enjoyable Easter Break in a lovely lodge.
Penny and Ian - Devon.
Rosanna, Callington Cornwall
Date of stay: 10th February 2017
it was altogether a good hoilday
Carole, Nottingham
Date of stay: 3rd February 2017
Lovely accomodation but we bookd this as it stated pub close but pub been shut a long time
Ian, Chelmsford
Date of stay: 27th December 2016
Excellent lodge - in lovely condition and with all required facilities.
Friendly & very helpful hosts (loved the little Christmas tree table decoration)
Heather, Wales
Date of stay: 30th September 2016
Very comfortable and well equipped lodge in beautiful surroundings
David
Everything we needed. Thank you.
Colin
Have already booked for next year
Rosemary
We really enjoyed our stay, I think that the local authority should invest in the lodges by erecting an electric gate and tarmacking the parking area
Catherine
Fantastic lodge, really first class self catering accommodation.
Shirley
Had an early Xmas get together with our grandchildren and it couldn't have been better. This was of course helped by the heavy snowfall we had whilst we were there which made it all the more magical. The owner/caretaker couldn't have been more thoughtful and helpful, particularly providing us with food and digging us out of the snow so we could get off the field. The cabin was well equipped with everything we needed and being in control of the heating meant we could keep nice and warm. There is WiFi here but the signal is weak so can interfere with games and films etc. That didn't worry us though.
Robert
Great place quiet relaxing Brenda very helpful
Joan
Excellent lodge, very well equipped, clean and quiet. Ideal for a relaxing break.
Paul
Perfectly adequate and comfy holiday lodge, peaceful surroundings and central to all places of interest. Enjoyed our stay and will definitely go back there again.
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Fun Days Out near Ashperton Park Lodges

about 11 Miles
Queenswood Country Park has a stunning location offering panoramic views of the countryside. The area is abundant with wildlife and you can see how many species you can spot while enjoying the nature trails. The park also has a large children play area and a licensed café. Seasonal activities can be enjoyed during school holidays and at peak times of the year including Halloween events and crafting sessions as well as ranger led walks.
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Spetchley Park and Gardens in Worcestershire are the perfect place for a day trip all year round. During the summer months the gardens are really at their best with beautiful displays of flora and fauna. Many families choose to bring a picnic and there are several picnic tables in the grounds. The deer park is also a big hit with children as well as grown ups. The onsite tea room serves tasty sandwiches and cakes and uses local produce where possible.
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Lamas are gentle, affectionate and unique animals and Lama Trekking is fast becoming a popular family attraction. At Old king Street Farm you can spend the day with the charming creatures and enjoy feeding them, grooming them and having a stroll through the woodland. Lamas are not ridden but they can carry all the picnic essentials including tables and chairs! Lama Treks around the stunning Black Mountains are also available. 
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Puzzlewood is a somewhat unique attraction within the beautiful Forest of Dean. Visitors can explore the mile of pathways passing over wooden bridges and through some stunning tree and rock formations. The maze of pathways are quite enchanting and the site has recently been used as a location for the BBC1 production of Merlin. While enjoying the splendour of nature there are many types of wildlife to meet along the way including Shetland ponies, Donkeys and Highland Cattle. A Hocus Pokus Halloween event takes place from the 24th to the 31st of October.
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Avon Leisure Cruises offer a relaxing way to spend an afternoon exploring the beautiful river and the sites all around it. The trips have commentary to point out places of historical importance and interest and are educational as well as fun. During school holidays the area is very popular with tourists and with families and daily activities can be enjoyed.
about 36 Miles
A day trip to Dudley Zoo in Worcestershire is a real treat for children and adults alike. The zoo is crammed with unusual and rare animals and educational talks, shows and organised activities are also on offer to make sure visitors get the most from their experience. During school holidays the zoo is particularly popular with families and a range of events take place including crafting sessions, face painting and hands on animal encounters. There is also a cafe and giftshop onsite.
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The Edge Adventure Activity Centre is the place to go if you are looking to have a day out with a difference. Ideal for active families with older kids and teenagers, the centre offers a range of thrilling activities including High Rope Courses, Trekking, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Mountain Boarding and Off Road Karting. You can enjoy just one or try a few of the available activities during a day at the centre. The centre also offers fun packed birthday parties and corporate events.
about 38 Miles
Cantref Adventure Farm offers hours of indoor and outdoor fun for the whole family. Inside there is a huge soft play area with a separate area for toddlers as well as ball pools, climbing frames, slides and chutes. The Cannon balls are a big hit with children of all ages. New for 2010 is the Badgers quest interactive maze. Outside there is a play area, large boating lake with paddle boats, nature trails with clues and quizzes and an agility course. At only £29.00 for a family of 4 the park offers outstanding value for money.
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