Woodside Country Park
Woodside Country Park is in a gloriously rural setting, our luxury Scandinavian Lodges offer you the peace and tranquility of our 25 acre landscaped grounds, superb views over the surrounding countryside – and the relaxed and friendly environment of the family run Woodside Country Park.
With a backcloth of over 100 acres of mixed woodland, care has been taken to preserve and enhance the surrounding environment by providing a wild flower and natural woodland area, encouraging an abundance of wildlife.
Our very rural family run holiday park is centrally situated in the country, allowing you to be quickly transported to a world of peace and tranquility.
We offer a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets and over the years we have provided a popular venue for relaxing holidays, short breaks and family or friends’ reunions:
- Lodge Accommodation
- Touring Caravans
- Camping Pods
- Fishing Pools
- Conservation Area
Care has been taken to preserve and enhance the surrounding environment, by providing wild flower and natural woodland areas, so encouraging an abundance of wild life. This has been recognised by the number of awards received over the years, including the David Bellamy Gold Awards for conservation every year since 2005!
Nestling amongst the scenic woodland slopes at the foot of the Malvern Hills, is the nearby historic Market town of Ledbury, first noted in the Doomsday Book as Ledberge, an ancient settlement since the Stone Age and famous for its black and white buildings.
The countryside surrounding Ledbury is noted for its Hop Yards, Cider Orchards (including the traditional cider and perry products), and the world famous Hereford Cattle. In the springtime there is an abundance of wild daffodils and bluebells which grace many of the local woodland areas, quickly followed by the spectacular blossom of the orchards.
Visit Ledbury a Herefordshire market town, lying east of Hereford, and west of the Malvern Hills. It has a significant number of timber-framed structures, in particular along Church Lane and High Street. One of the most outstanding is the Market House, built in 1617, located in the town centre.
There is excellent accommodation with hotels filled with history, inns full of tradition and quality bed and breakfasts. There is also self catering accommodation, campsites and even 'glamping' in the heart of the countryside.
Visit Herefordshire and explore a county of rolling, green countryside interrupted by villages steeped in history and interest. There's plenty to see and do but there's no escaping the sense of peace and fresh air, visit What's On In Herefordshire to find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay.