Local area

Situated on the Shropshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire border, there are many rural and market towns to explore within a 40-minute drive of Knighton-on- Teme Caravan Park. All these towns have their own quaint and unique charm and host many local events, there really is always something to do.

Tenbury Wells

Just a 5-minute drive from Knighton on Teme Caravan Park, Tenbury Wells is our closest town. With a thriving independent high street as well as a larger Tesco supermarket, you could pop out to buy a newspaper or pint of milk and end up coming back with a new outfit, locally produced art or even some new jewellery!

Just a 5-minute drive from Knighton on Teme Caravan Park, Tenbury Wells is our closest town. With a thriving independent high street as well as a larger Tesco supermarket, you could pop out to buy a newspaper or pint of milk and end up coming back with a new outfit, locally produced art or even some new jewellery!

Ludlow

Just a 20-minute drive Ludlow is an historic town with a spectacular castle and beautiful riverside walks and is absolutely worth a visit. It has some excellent diverse architecture and is known throughout the country as one of the finest places to eat, boasting two Michelin starred restaurants as well as hosting a well renowned food and art festival.

Cleobury Mortimer

Just 10-minute drive Cleobury is another of our local towns. You will find Cleobury Mortimer tucked between the Clee Hills (Titterstone Clee and Brown Clee Hill) and the Wyre Forest, surrounded by panoramic views and wonderful walks.

There are many pubs in Cleobury Mortimer; try Cleobury’s own beer from the Hobson’s Brewery, one of Shropshire’s best real ales. There are also real butchers and bakers, a florist and traditional ironmongers and a well-stocked greengrocer. Look out for the cakes and the Shropshire brown loaves, from the ‘highest bakery in Shropshire’ at the top of Clee Hill.

Leominster

Set in the heart of the Herefordshire Marches, Leominster sits halfway between Ludlow in Shropshire and Hereford at the heart of Herefordshire.

 

Out of all the Herefordshire market towns of, Leominster is best known for its medieval black and white buildings and antique shops – and there’s plenty more to keep visitors occupied in a quintessentially English town in the north of Herefordshire.

Bewdley

Bewdley is a small riverside town and civil parish and lies on the River Severn, at the gateway of the Wyre Forest national nature reserve.

It has an attractive shopping and riverside area offering a range of pubs, restaurants and cafes and even has its own micro-brewery. The town is a popular tourist attraction and has a popular museum. The Bewdley Festival, featuring a variety of artistic performances, is held in the town each October, and Bewdley also hosts one of the largest inland river regattas in the country. The Bewdley Beer Festival is held each August Bank Holiday weekend. Bewdley also has a carnival which takes place every June.

Hereford

Hereford is a lovely city with a lively feel. There are lots of things to do, not least indulging in some shopping! Wander around the independent stores in the historical centre and call in to the adjacent brand spanking new prestigious Old Market, built on the site of the old livestock market.

Hereford is home to some of the counties finest food, drink and produce at the top of our menus. From great products that made Herefordshire famous such as Hereford Beef, cider, Perry, potatoes, soft fruit and fruit juices – to more modern feasts, including gourmet crisps, cheese, asparagus and the revival in real ales.

Bridgnorth

Slightly further afield, but well worth the visit, is the ancient market town of Bridgnorth which is located on the River Severn.

The town is divided in two - a high town and low town. There are shops and pubs and events galore, as well as many places to explore. Markets are held weekly - a livestock market and a street market as well as a permanent indoor market area and a Friday market under the Town Hall.

There are lovely side streets to explore with fine houses and cottages, the remains of a Friary, eight sets of steps to get up and down the town, a bridge, old residential caves and much more.

 

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Knighton on Teme Caravan Park • Tenbury Wells • Worcestershire WR15 8NA

01584 781246

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