Birchwood Camping Reconnect with nature
We are a small family run site with just 10 pitches set out over 6.5 acres of picturesque farmland giving everyone plenty of space. A further 26 acres of traditional pastureland are freely accessible to visitors with far reaching views towards mid Wales.
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About Old Hall Farm Camping in harmony with nature
Old Hall Farm is a smallholding in north Herefordshire that has been in the Morgan Family for well over 60 years. It is home to ourselves Melvyn and Alison, one dog Millie, one horse Maureen and quite a lot of sheep.
The land is gently undulating and bordered by ancient woodland giving the Camp site added seclusion. At 750 ft above sea level at its highest point it benefits from outstanding views particularly in a western direction where the outline of the Black Mountains can clearly be seen some 35 miles away on the Welsh borders.
Sustainability is key to what we aim to achieve here with no artificial fertiliser or spray use and we regularly seek to further enhance the existing wildlife habitats to aid biodiversity across the holding.
We have a hedge/tree planting scheme in place and hedge laying is carried out periodically to ensure the continued existence of ancient hedgerows and the wildlife they support.
As proud members of the Greener Camping Club we are committed to low impact camping with on site re-cycling, local firewood collection, minimal solar lighting and with no vehicles on the pitches everything is geared towards a relaxing experience and re-connection with nature in a very safe environment.
To give the wildlife every chance to flourish and given we are surrounded by open farmland and livestock sadly we do not accept dogs.
from £12.50 / night
Here you’ll find 6 camping pitches mown into long grass spread out across a beautiful 5 acre south facing field. These include our dedicated campervan pitch and our pre-erected 5 metre bell tent “Barn Owl”.
From £12.50 / night
Things to do Relax – Wander - Explore
There is plenty to do in the locality including horse riding, golf, fishing, walking, visiting antique centres, national trust properties, and several local pubs serving up great food. Although in a rural position we are just minutes away from the three market towns of Leominster, Bromyard and Tenbury Wells all with their individual character and range of independent shops.
Herefordshire is well known as the county for fruit and cider production, the world renowned Hereford Cattle, (seen locally) and more recently the base for Tyrrells Crisps and the Chase Distillery. The County is one of the most rural and sparsely populated in England and we are pleased to say still enjoys a slower pace of life to that many of you will have become used to.