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Broadmeadow Caravan & Camping Park
|Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom, HR9 7BW|
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|+44 1989 768076|
Open from Apr to Oct
|Broadmeadow is a 5 star rated tourist park situated in the beautiful town of Ross-on-Wye. It invites you to sample the delights of the surrounding Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean.|
The caravan park is family owned and managed and is set in a wealth of history and natural beauty together with the neighbouring counties of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire & Monmouthshire, it supplies breathtaking scenery to charm the most discerning visitor.
St Mary's Church dominates any view of Ross-on-Wye, and the picturesque streets of the small market town enhance the pleasure of shopping.
Site now owned by Stratford Caravans. Special offers and 10% discount for C&CC
In low season,offer of £60 for 4 nights, Mon to Fri.inc elec
|Minimum 3 nights at B.H's|
37m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Under new ownership for 2019, prices lowered, great Monday to Friday deal of £60 low season, £69 high season. Large pitches, spotless refurbished toilet blocks, two fishing lakes, adult only section. 5 minutes walk to Morrisons and further 5 minutes to town centre. Don't let approach road put you off, once on site it can't be seen, traffic hum in distance but not enough to worry us.View all reviews by paulmold
Pleasant site in easy walking distance of the town, passing Morrison’s on the way.View all reviews by martinbennett
Hard standings available with water & electricity points.
The approach is via a trading estate that is enough to make you want to turn round, but this cannot be seen from the site. There are a couple of lakes with fishing available.
It’s expensive and the pitches are quite small given the price.
We didn’t use the facilities.
£35 pn from Bank Holiday weekend but in a beautiful location. Entry via an industrial estate which is not visible from the campsite. Morrison's at the entrance, very handy. Lovely market town within 5 minutes walk. Lots of pub/restaurants, The Hope and Anchor right on the River Wye, lovely spot.View all reviews by chrisb
Big, characterless site. The most expensive site we have ever stayed at but price does include free wifi. Very convenient for town centre and supermarket close by.View all reviews by andy1100xx