Haywood Farm Caravan Park - Whats Nearby?
Woodland walks are seconds away from the farm and four golf courses are within a three-mile radius. Sports centres and swimming pools are a short drive away.
The Malvern Hills and the Brecon Beacons are probably the most visited destinations around this part of the England/Wales border, but plenty of other popular picks are around, like canoeing on the River Wye, wandering around the town of Ross-on-Wye, or fishing on the local lakes.
The Haywood Farm Caravan and Camping Park also firmly state that the nearby International Centre for Birds of Prey must be visited: it's the oldest birds of prey centre in the world and has lots of opps for seeing many sorts of raptors up close. Go: it's eggcellent.
Pottering around the Forest of Dean is another decent day out: if you're going forestwards, take time to stop off at the ancient woodland site of Puzzlewood and then the Clearwell Caves, mined for thousands of years to extract iron ore and now set up as a mining museum. (We'd also like to point out, just because, that some Doctor Who episodes were filmed here.)
Within driving distance, both Monmouth and Malvern towns are 20 minutes away, and the cities of Hereford and Gloucester within 25.
Eastnor Castle (7.1 miles)
Goodrich Castle (8.0 miles)
Gloucester Waterways Museum (10.5 miles)
Westbury Court Garden (8.4 miles)
Ashleworth Tithe Barn (8.6 miles)
Kilcot - Woodgate - Three Choirs Way - Kilcot (1.4 miles)
Kilcot - Three Choirs Way - Hay Wood - Kilcot (1.4 miles)
Huntley - Glasshouse - Newent Woods - Mayhill - Huntley (5.0 miles)