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Camping

Our pretty pop-up camp site near Ledbury

We enjoyed our first year of pop-up camping at Lower House Farm - thanks to all who visited - we had many fabulous reviews from happy campers who were delighted to camp amongst sunflowers, cornflowers and poppies.  We look forward to 'popping up' again next year!

Ali Gilbert

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Book your perfect pitch today!

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Popup Campsite Link to Pitchup.com

See you next summer!

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Tents

Pitch-up under canvas!

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Sunflowers

A site surrounded by beautiful Sunflowers

Marshmallow roasting over campfire

Fire Pits

Bring your own, or hire one of ours.

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Dog Friendly

Bring your best friend along with you too!

Anyone looking for a scenic Herefordshire stay under canvas this summer will be most welcome to visit our pop-up campsite at Lower House Farm, Canon Frome (HR8 2TG). Bookings can be made via Pitchup.com or the Nearly Wild Camping group from late Spring 2024....

The market towns of Ledbury and Great Malvern are close by (10/20 minutes’ drive respectively), and the cities of Hereford and Worcester both around half an hour’s drive away for wanders around historic buildings. Getting out to wherever you choose should be pretty straightforward, as the farm is just a little way from the A417.

While exploring the area is thoroughly recommended, it's also a good idea to factor in some time spent on site, as it’s a rather lovely spot to relax in. While many campsites are located in plain grass fields, our pop-up site comes full of colourful flowers, loved by campers as well as the wildlife!  The generous 7m2 Pitches are mostly separated by flowers and our campers will have free weekend admission to our nearby PYO flower patch near Ledbury – a perfect floral souvenir from Herefordshire to help soothe away those post-holiday blues!


Pitches here are based on traditional simplicity, with access to portaloos, a basic water tap and washing-up area on the facilities front. You’re welcome to bring a gas barbecue or cook over a campfire (off the ground or in a fire pit). We do have firepits that you can hire or you can dine at the many local pubs and restaurants nearby if you’d rather eat out.”

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