Meredith Farm is a relaxed site deep in the Herefordshire countryside.
In July this year (2011), we decided to take a short break and camp and at Meredith Farm. It is a relaxed site deep in the Herefordshire countryside. When we were there it was very quiet and peaceful. The facilities are basic and have a rustic feel. There is a pound shop for those forgotten items and a traveller’s tree where people can leave messages regarding their experiences. We found some useful tips.
A stream runs along the bottom camp field which the kids had fun exploring. Watch out for the early morning alarm clock from the neighbouring sheep! Campfires are allowed at this site which adds to its charm and simplicity.
A very reasonably priced site, and a great location for exploring the surrounding area and Forest of Dean.
Meredith Farm is a Caravan and Camping Club certified site.
If you’re up early then there is the chance to feed the farm goats, which our girls really enjoyed.
There were also free-range chickens roaming the site when we visited.
Kids can also go in the Guinea Pigs barn.
Campfires are allowed at Meredith Farm.
Here’s where you can find Meredith Farm Camping, Herefordshire.
The entrance is easy, straight and level if approaching from the South.
If approaching from the North, it is easier to pass by and perform a U-Turn, thus approaching from the South. There are easy places to do this, just past the village. Alternatively, many people take the A40 South from Ross, and join the A466 near Monmouth, heading North. That means leaving the A40, before Monmouth, at a roundabout, signed A466. You will come to a cross-roads with traffic lights – turn right onto the Hereford Road (A466).
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