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Woodside Lodges Country Park

10 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 7
Pets 2
Woodside Lodges Country Park is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection, a magical rural retreat set in 25 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds that have won a David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation every year since 2005.
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Ford Farm Lodges

14 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 2
Pets 2
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If peace, quiet, an idyllic setting and luxurious accommodation are what you are looking for, look no further.
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Whitemead Forest Park

21 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 6
Whitemead Forest Park is peacefully tucked away amidst the rolling hills and tranquil woodland of the majestic Forest of Dean.
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Croft Farm Water Park

25 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 4
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Croft Farm Water Park enjoys a picturesque location near the medieval Cotswold town of Tewkesbury in the scenic Avon Valley.
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Bowbrook Lodges

27 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 2
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Bowbrook Lodges is a quiet and unspoilt location which offers cosy lodges to quirky glamping safari tents.
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Bredon View

27 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 4
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Nestled inside a Worcestershire Countryside Golf Course, Bredon View is an ideal countryside getaway, only a stones throw from the historic market town of Pershore.
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Clun Valley Lodges

27 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 4
Peacefully tucked away in the breathtaking Clun Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these stunning lodges sit just 5 minutes’ walk from Clunton village.
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Castle Pren Lodges

29 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
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Boasting panoramic countryside views from their idyllic setting on a working farm in glorious rural mid-Wales, this boutique collection of uniquely designed eco–friendly lodges are positioned to take full advantage of the views and offer a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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Heart Of Wales Lodges

29 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 4
Pets 1
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Nestling in a peaceful valleyside setting commanding spectacular views of the lush Powys countryside, these spacious lodges boast luxurious outdoor hot tubs perfect for relaxing after exploring the captivating scenery of the Elan Valley in this much loved part of Wales.
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Heartsease Lodges

29 Miles from Herefordshire
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
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Enjoying a gloriously secluded setting with stunning countryside views, these two spacious well equipped lodges boast outdoor hot tubs and moderately large enclosed gardens and sit just minutes’ drive from the attractive Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells and within a few miles of the impressive reservoirs of the Elan Valley.
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Powys Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Herefordshire, where the lush Wye Valley beckons adventurers and the Malvern Hills promise breathtaking vistas. This county is a playground for those who crave outdoor escapades, from canoeing on the serene Wye River to exploring the quaint market towns. Foodies, get ready to indulge in Herefordshire's famed cider and succulent beef, a true feast for the senses. For an intriguing twist, did you know Herefordshire is home to the Mappa Mundi, the largest medieval map still known to exist? Seeking a cosy retreat or a mates' escape? A lodge stay in Herefordshire offers the perfect mix of relaxation and discovery.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Herefordshire?

Herefordshire is a gem of rural England, with rolling hills and a tapestry of orchards and hop fields. It's a place where you can breathe in the fresh country air and enjoy the peaceful countryside. In 2024, the county is buzzing with new energy; keep an eye out for the latest lodge openings offering modern amenities in rustic settings. Festivals? Absolutely. The Herefordshire Food Festival and the Ledbury Poetry Festival are just a couple of highlights, showcasing the region's vibrant culture. Lodges offer a private slice of this paradise, often coming with hot tubs and fire pits, unlike the more communal hotel experience. What's unique? It's the blend of tranquility and activity – from canoeing on the Wye to exploring historic market towns like Ross-on-Wye and Ledbury.

If you're visiting Herefordshire with kids

Absolutely, Herefordshire's a hit with families. Kids can get hands-on at the Oaker Wood Leisure, where outdoor adventures await, or explore the maze at Hampton Court Castle. Lodges are ideal for families, offering space for kids to play and parents to relax. Plus, having a kitchen means easy meal times with fussy eaters.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for water activities or lodge pools
  3. Rain gear – just in case!
  4. Outdoor toys like frisbees or footballs
  5. Binoculars for bird watching
  6. Warm layers for evening campfires
  7. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days
  8. Any favourite snacks or comfort items

Pet Friendly Herefordshire Adventures

Herefordshire loves pets, and there are plenty of spots to enjoy with your furry friend. Many lodges have enclosed gardens, perfect for dogs to play safely. For a bite to eat, check out The Crown Inn at Woolhope, where dogs are as welcome as humans. A real tip? Always check the lodge's pet policy to avoid surprises.

Dog walking ideas in Herefordshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Symonds Yat Rock Walk 3 River views, woodland GL16 7NZ
Queenswood Country Park 2 Ancient woodland HR6 0PY
Malvern Hills Varies Hills, panoramic views WR14 4EH
Herefordshire Trail Varies Countryside, villages HR6 9LZ
Leominster Canal Walk 1.5 Canal, wildlife HR6 8EA

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to sweep your partner off their feet, Herefordshire's lodges offer the perfect escape. Imagine unwinding in a secluded lodge, perhaps with a hot tub under the stars – it's the ultimate romantic gesture. For those special occasions, some lodges provide pamper packs to add a touch of luxury to your stay. Couples can indulge in spa experiences or dine out at intimate restaurants. Oasis Lodges, for example, not only offers a tranquil setting but also private hot tubs for that added sparkle to your romantic getaway.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Herefordshire's local cuisine is a celebration of its agricultural heritage, with dishes often featuring locally sourced beef and lamb. Cider is also a big deal here, so don't miss out on trying some. For a hearty meal, check out The Stagg Inn, known for its delicious fare and welcoming atmosphere. Families looking for a friendly vibe should head to The Crown Inn, which serves up tasty dishes in a relaxed setting. Couples might prefer the more refined ambiance of Castle House, where the dining experience is as exquisite as the surroundings.

For a good night out

Herefordshire may be peaceful, but it knows how to host a good night out. From traditional pubs to lively bars, there's something for everyone. The Barrels is a favourite among locals and visitors alike, thanks to its great selection of ales and live music nights. For something a bit different, The Left Bank Village offers a variety of entertainment across its multiple venues, including rooftop drinks with views over the river.

Fishing

Anglers will find Herefordshire a delightful spot for fishing, with its rivers and lakes teeming with fish. Here's a list of top fishing locations:

  • Lucksall Caravan and Camping Park - HR1 4LP
  • Kingfisher Resort - HR2 9AS
  • Docklow Pools - HR6 0RU
  • Trippenkennett Farm Fishing Lakes - HR9 6JU
  • Wyastone Leys - NP25 3SX

Outdoor Adventures

For thrill-seekers, Herefordshire's outdoor activity centres like Oaker Wood Leisure offer a range of adrenaline-pumping options. From quad biking to high ropes, there's plenty to challenge you. Watersports enthusiasts can head to Wye Pursuits for canoeing and kayaking. Prices vary, but you can expect to pay around £45 for a half-day activity. Most centres operate seasonally, so check ahead for opening times.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Old Market Hereford Shopping Centre High-street brands, eateries HR4 9HR
Labels Outlet Shopping Outlet Mall Designer brands, discounts HR9 7QQ
Church Street Independent Shops Artisan goods, boutiques HR1 2LR
Hop Pocket Shopping Village Crafts & Gifts Local crafts, gifts, wines HR7 4HX
Leominster Antique Centre Antiques Vintage finds, collectables HR6 8LR

Whether you're after a romantic retreat or an action-packed adventure, Herefordshire's lodges and local attractions offer something for everyone. Enjoy the serene countryside, indulge in the local food scene, or get your heart racing with outdoor activities. And don't forget to take a piece of Herefordshire home with you from one of the many shopping spots.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Herefordshire

Woodside Lodges Country Park, Gloucestershire

Driving Distance: About 21 minutes (12.25 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 7 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Woodside Lodges Country Park offers an enchanting retreat with a David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation, featuring water, woodland, and Herefordshire scenery. It's a fantastic escape for country fun with no shortage of activities like wild-water swimming, fishing, and star-gazing.

Who will love these lodges? Families, friends, and couples will adore the natural setting and the variety of outdoor activities. The park's commitment to conservation and its picturesque pools make it a unique and appealing destination for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful getaway.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite activities include fishing, pond-dipping, and enjoying the wildflower areas. The nearest place to eat and drink is in Ledbury, a mere 10-minute drive away, offering cycle hire and a selection of pubs and restaurants.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the historic town of Hereford and Ross-on-Wye, both around 20 minutes away by car. For adventure seekers, Symonds Yat offers white water canoeing opportunities.

Accommodation options: Woodside Lodges Country Park provides a range of accommodation options including the spacious Springpools Lodge, the luxurious Tangle Wood Lodge VIP with a sauna, the comfortable Ledbury Lodge 2, the contemporary Kingfisher Lodge, and the intimate Kites Nest VIP, perfect for couples. All lodges are pet-friendly, and some feature hot tubs for that extra touch of luxury.


Ford Farm Lodges, Gloucestershire

Driving Distance: About 33 minutes (21.47 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Ford Farm Lodges is a serene haven nestled in unspoilt countryside, offering luxurious lodges with modern amenities, some with hot tubs and saunas, making it an idyllic spot for relaxation and exploration.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for those seeking tranquillity, couples on romantic breaks, and families looking for a quiet countryside experience. The park's secluded setting and high-quality lodges cater to those who appreciate a touch of luxury in nature.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park itself is a peaceful retreat, but guests can enjoy local golf courses, fishing, and tennis nearby. The town of Newent is just 2 miles away for dining options.

What's nearby? Explore the Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds, and the Malverns, all within a short drive. The area is rich in outdoor activities and cultural experiences.

Accommodation options: Accommodations range from the secluded Berkeley Elite Spa with an infra-red sauna and hot tub, to the comfortable Arlington Alpine, and the romantic Dymock Spa, ideal for couples. All lodges are pet-friendly, ensuring your furry friends can join in on the holiday fun.


Ashlea Pools Lodges, Shropshire

Driving Distance: About 44 minutes (27.50 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Some options

What to expect: Ashlea Pools Lodges is nestled in a tranquil lakeside setting in South Shropshire, offering a secluded escape with luxurious lodges, some with hot tubs, amidst water, woodland, and wildlife.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families and couples seeking a peaceful retreat. The park's focus on space, style, and comfort, combined with the surrounding natural beauty, makes it a perfect choice for nature enthusiasts and those looking to unwind.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park offers Wi-Fi access, a children’s play area, archery, bike and barbecue hire, and a fishing lake. The on-site pizzeria and coffee shop provide delightful dining options.

What's nearby? Outdoor pursuits abound with Hopton Wood for cycling and mountain biking, and the historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, and Ironbridge Gorge are within reach.

Accommodation options: The park features a variety of lodges, including the family-friendly Mandarin Plus and the luxurious Goldcrest VIP Lodge. For those with pets, the Kingfisher Supreme VIP Pet lodge is a great option. Couples can enjoy the intimate Cherry VIP or Blossom VIP lodges, both offering stunning views and some with hot tubs.


Whitemead Forest Park, Gloucestershire

Driving Distance: About 52 minutes (28.80 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Some options

What to expect: Whitemead Forest Park is a family-friendly destination set in the Forest of Dean, offering a wide range of facilities including an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and activities for all ages.

Who will love these lodges? This park is a haven for families and groups looking for a fun-filled holiday with plenty of activities. The range of facilities caters to both thrill-seekers and those looking to relax in a woodland setting.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park boasts field zorbing, archery, and children's play areas. There's also family entertainment and activities to keep everyone engaged.

What's nearby? Venture out to discover off-roading, canoeing, kayaking, and the steam railway. The charming villages and market towns of Gloucester, Symond's Yat, and the Wye Valley are also nearby.

Accommodation options: Whitemead Forest Park offers a variety of accommodations, including the spacious GF Premier Apartment and the detached Woodland Lodge. For a unique experience, the Mega Pod X and Mega Pod XL provide a glamping alternative, with some options being pet-friendly.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Herefordshire

Hereford Cathedral

  • Opening Times: Mon-Sat 9:15am-5:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-3:00pm
  • Prices: Free entry, donations welcome
  • Postcode: HR1 2NG
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Nearby city centre car parks

Hereford Cathedral is a must-see, especially for those who appreciate stunning architecture and a serene atmosphere. It's home to the famous Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world, and the Chained Library. The cathedral often hosts events, so check out what's on before you go. The best time to visit is during a quiet weekday morning. Tip: Take the guided tour to fully appreciate the history and significance of this place.

Phone number: 01432 374200 | Web: herefordcathedral.org


The Weir Garden

  • Opening Times: 10:30am-4:00pm daily
  • Prices: Adult £7.50, Child £3.75
  • Postcode: HR4 7QF
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

The Weir Garden is a riverside horticultural haven with a historical twist. It's perfect for nature lovers and families looking for a peaceful day out. The gardens are beautifully maintained, and there's a Roman temple site to explore. Spring and early summer are the best times to see the gardens in full bloom. Tip: Pack a picnic to enjoy by the riverbank for a truly idyllic experience.

Phone number: 01981 590509 | Web: nationaltrust.org.uk/the-weir-garden


Eastnor Castle

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check website
  • Prices: Adult £12.00, Child £7.50
  • Postcode: HR8 1RL
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking included in ticket price

Eastnor Castle is a fairytale-like destination with lush grounds and an impressive interior. It's a hit with families and anyone who fancies a bit of grandeur. They've got a maze, adventure playground, and often host themed events. The castle is particularly magical during the Christmas season. Tip: Check out their calendar for special events like chilli festivals and medieval days.

Phone number: 01531 633160 | Web: eastnorcastle.com


Chase Distillery

  • Opening Times: Tours by appointment, check website
  • Prices: Tour prices vary, starting at around £25
  • Postcode: HR1 3PG
  • Est. time required: 2 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Chase Distillery is a top pick for adults looking to indulge in some of the finest spirits. The tour of this family-run distillery is both educational and tasty. You'll learn about the distillation process and sample some award-winning gins and vodkas. The best time to visit is late afternoon, so you can enjoy the sunset with a cocktail in hand. Tip: Book in advance as tours fill up quickly.

Phone number: 01432 808141 | Web: chasedistillery.co.uk


Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum

  • Opening Times: Dawn till dusk
  • Prices: Free entry, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: HR6 0PY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking

Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum is the go-to spot for a breath of fresh air and a good walk. It's ideal for families, dog walkers, and anyone who loves the outdoors. The arboretum showcases a collection of trees from around the world. Autumn is spectacular with the changing leaves. Tip: Visit the visitor centre for trail maps and make sure to climb the viewpoint for panoramic views.

Phone number: 01432 530088 | Web: queenswoodandbodenhamlake.org


Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre

  • Opening Times: 10:30am-5:00pm daily
  • Prices: Adult £9.95, Child £7.95
  • Postcode: HR5 3HF
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre is an adorable day out for animal lovers and families. You'll meet a variety of miniature animals and a stunning collection of owls. The staff are super knowledgeable and friendly. It's a year-round attraction, but spring is particularly special with baby animals around. Tip: Don't miss the owl flying demonstrations, they're a real hoot!

Phone number: 01544 231109 | Web: owlcentre.com


When planning your trip to Herefordshire, don't forget to look into lodges in Herefordshire for a cosy and convenient stay. They're the perfect base to explore these attractions and more. Enjoy your adventures!

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, but surrounded by Herefordshire's tranquil countryside. Many lodges come with modern amenities, like fully equipped kitchens and comfy living areas. Some even boast private hot tubs for that extra touch of luxury. It's a chance to unwind and connect with nature.

What should I pack when visiting Herefordshire?

Pack for comfort and the outdoors. Bring layers for changing weather, walking boots for exploring, and swimwear for hot tubs if your lodge has one. Don't forget a camera to capture the stunning scenery, and maybe some board games or books for cosy evenings in.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Herefordshire offer on-site parking, often right beside your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear and for those who plan to explore the county by car. Always check with your specific lodge for any parking restrictions or fees.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain can't spoil the fun! Lodges are equipped for all weathers, often with heating and entertainment systems. Nearby, you'll find indoor attractions like The Courtyard theatre and cinema, or you can visit the historic Hereford Cathedral. A rainy day is also perfect for a pub lunch at a local inn.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely! Many local eateries and supermarkets offer delivery services to lodges. For a special treat, check out local businesses like Herefordshire Hampers for a selection of local produce. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo might also operate in the area, depending on your lodge's location.

Is Herefordshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Herefordshire is charming year-round, with each season offering something unique. Winter brings festive markets and cosy pub fires, while spring and autumn offer quieter trails for walking and cycling. Plus, off-season often means lower prices and more availability for lodges.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Hot tubs are cleaned and maintained to high standards between guests. You can expect a spotless, ready-to-use hot tub upon arrival. If you have any concerns, lodge owners are usually quick to assist and ensure everything meets your expectations.

Are there any child-friendly activities nearby?

Herefordshire is great for kids! Check out Newbridge Farm Park for animal encounters or The Play Planet for indoor fun. Many lodges also sit on expansive grounds, perfect for a game of football or a family picnic.

How accessible are the lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges cater to varying mobility needs, offering features like ramp access and ground-floor bedrooms. It's best to discuss any specific requirements with the lodge provider beforehand to ensure they can accommodate you comfortably.

Can I bring my pet along for a lodge break?

You'll find plenty of pet-friendly lodges in Herefordshire. Your furry friends can enjoy the vast countryside alongside you. Just confirm with the lodge provider about their pet policy, any additional fees, and the local area's dog-walking spots.

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