Bank Farm near Bewdley.If you are looking for the perfect static Caravan Park near Bewdley a walk along the river from Bewdley (on the Worcestershire, Shropshire boarder) you have just struck gold. We are 4.5 miles from Bewdley, about 10 minutes away.
The market town of Bewdley is an attractive Georgian riverside town on the the River Severn, situated in beautiful countryside with a rich agricultural and industrial history and within the Wyre Forest itself and close to the English –Welsh borderlands known as The Marches. Bewdley is aptly taken from the French term ‘Beau Lieu’, indeed it is a ‘beautiful place’, and a great area to explore!
The area around Bewdley is packed with charm, there’s a landscape in the town of listed buildings. Bewdley Museum in Load Street is where you can see local crafts people at work, adjacent to the wonderful Jubilee Gardens and Community Orchard.
The town of Bewdley boasts an award winning Tourist Information Centre where staff help you make the most of your visit including discounted tickets to major events and attractions which often include
Close by – West Midland Safari Park and The Severn Valley Railway.
Enjoy Bewdley it has a vibrant shopping and riverside area with lovely pubs, restaurants and cafes you will enjoy.
Must visits – The ancient woodland of the Wyre Forest and National Nature Reserve surrounds Bewdley to the west of the town, providing excellent opportunities to see a lots of wildlife, forest flora and fauna, a great place to visit for natural colour and even the Go Ape, hire wire experience.
And you must visit Arley Arboretum – a botanical garden devoted to trees.
Ride on the Severn Valley Steam Railway stops at Bewdley Station (it’s a place where time has almost forgotten), jump on and go by steam train to Kidderminster in Worcestershire or neighbouring Arley, Highley (Another must visit – The Engine House Visitor & Education Centre) and Bridgnorth in Shropshire.
Find out more…
Bewdley Tourist Information Centre
Load Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire.