Ashperton Park Lodges
Close to the beautiful Malvern Hills, Worcester and Ross-on-Wye, Ashperton Park Lodges nestle in the quiet village of Ashperton, about twelve miles from Hereford. They are directly behind the Hopton Arms pub and surrounded by lovely views and countryside, perfect for exploring on foot or by bike.
With rivers, woodland walks and cycle trails, Herefordshire is a lovely place for a lodge holiday and you'll find kayaking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing and horse riding all close by. Ross-on-Wye is known as the gateway to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean and it's close enough to easily cross the borders into both Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire.
Ashperton Park Lodge is a comfortable timber lodge that sleeps up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom. The lounge / kitchen and dining area is open plan and it has lovely countryside views. Each lodge has a verandah with garden furniture and a good sized kitchen.
Ross-on-Wye is known for its independent shops, where you can browse for everything from clothing and furnishings to jewellery and locally produced food at the twice weekly market in the centre of town.
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- Comfortable two bedroom lodges, ideal for year round comfort.
- Flat screen TV
- Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
- Bed linen, duvets and towels
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Verandah with garden furniture
- Double glazed and centrally heated
- Gas and electricity included
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets £20pw each (max 1)
- (small breeds only)
- (in specific accommodation only)
- Non smoking accommodation
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Needs signs from the road, you cannot tell where to turn. Other than that it was lovely.
On the whole we enjoyed our stay here. On the plus side the site is very quiet which suited us, the lodge was spotlessly clean and the bed very comfortable. However, there were some down sides.
We had difficulty in finding the site due to lack of signage. Owner says planners will not let him put up a sign but plenty of B and B owners have signs so am not sure why Ashperton Lodge can't display one. A temporary sign that is put out when guests are arriving would be helpful. We arrived in the afternoon but had it been dark we would never have found the place.
Dripping shower, this was noted in the visitor book some months ago but has not been repaired. Annoying to hear the sound of constant dripping but what a waste of water!
Muddy parking area, when it rains the parking area gets very muddy and, in my opinion, dangerously slippery. Owner says planners will not allow Tarmac to be put down but something needs to be done. Perhaps gravel could be put down?
We were there a complete week and we're not offered a change of towels and did not see any staff other than to do the check in. Whilst we appreciated not being bothered every day it would have been nice if someone had checked just once in our stay and brought clean towels.
On the whole we enjoyed our stay here but feel it worth pointing out a few tweaks that need to be made.
A very warm and friendly welcome, followed by a very relaxing and most enjoyable Easter Break in a lovely lodge.
Penny and Ian - Devon.
Rosanna, Callington Cornwall
it was altogether a good hoilday
Lovely accomodation but we bookd this as it stated pub close but pub been shut a long time
Excellent lodge - in lovely condition and with all required facilities.
Friendly & very helpful hosts (loved the little Christmas tree table decoration)
Very comfortable and well equipped lodge in beautiful surroundings
beautiful place, really comfortable and everything there that we needed. Only problem was the lack of any signs to tell us where to turn from the very busy road. Signs please.
A nice and pretty holiday lodge with a very friendly and helpfull staff. Wonderful surroundings.
It was very clean and everything was allright.
Wifi was ok.
A very peaceful location away from any hustle and bustle. Lovely to sit and watch and listen to a variety of birds. Lots of places to visit nearby
Very enjoyable weekend in an excellent lodge in beautiful surroundings, quiet 'get away' location close to both Ledbury & Hereford. Felt really welcomed on arrival & shown round the lodge which was clean, spacious & well equipped. Looking forward to returning hopefully for a longer visit.
Lovely clean, very spacious comfortable lodge in a beautiful part of the country. The owner is very welcoming and keen to know you are happy with everything. The photos do not do the lodge justice. Would definitely stay here again in this quiet peaceful location.
Perfect peaceful retreat from the hustle & bustle of our annual pilgrimage to the Cheltenham Racing festival. Only 40 minute drive from the course. Owner pleasant and very helpful. Accommodation was spacious, clean and all the basics you require. We can highly recommend the nearby Trumpet Pub (steak night on Monday nights is excellent) and the Olive Tree Italian in Ledbury itself. Superb.
If you want a quiet relaxing break with Big skies full of stars then its perfect.
A lovely quiet location.
The lodge had everything
You could want. Spacious , warm and comfy.
had a lovely break, peaceful & quiet, lodge was spotless warm & cosy. would definitely return.