Review for Northfield Farm, nr Pershore

Country:                                    England

Co-ordinates:                           52:2:53.46.186N 2:0.007W

Address:                                  Elmley Road
Ashton Under Hill
WR11 7SH

Good for visiting:                  Worcester, Pershore (we were only on an over-nighter so didn’t see anywhere)

Phone:                                    01386 882327


Date Visited:                           August 2018

Questions:-  (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Bessacarr 769 tag axle – 8.56m)

What are the pitches like?                

Not really separated into pitches (although there are some pitch markers).  This is very slopey and not really suitable for us, although we did manage to get sort of  level!  It was acceptable for an over-night stop.

There were a couple of other areas to the site that seemed to be live-in

Is there water on each pitch?            

No, but easily accessible

What is the electric like?           

Not sure on the ampage – but we had no problems


Probably – but I didn’t find it…

What’s the site access like?        

Entrance is off a fairly narrow, but busy, road.  The gate may be closed so might have to open this.

What are the Sanitary facilities like?    

Toilets:                              Ladies and gents.  Apparently the gents in more generous than the ladies, which is just 1 room with the door opening straight out into the yard (and the door has sizeable chunks missing in each bottom corner…)  Not my favourite!

Toilet paper provided? Yes                                                                                                                   Showers:                          A couple of showers

I wasn’t impressed by the facilities, but Calv didn’t think they were toooo bad (it’s normally the other way round!)

What other facilities are there?    

Bins and CWD

Dishwashing area

Information area

Is there any internet; if so how much and how good?    

No.  No problem with out own

We had to go up to the house (at the top of the field) to try to find someone – which we did eventually.  Perfectly pleasant

How much is it?     

We paid £10 per night including electric (which made it acceptable!)

What’s the area like?            

I can’t really say too much, but the nearby village (which you could walk to) looked very nice with a couple of nice looking pubs.



More detail:

We liked:-

The price

We didn’t like so much:-

The slopiness of the camping area

The fact that there were many people living on-site

We hated:-


Moving On:

We headed on to Caerwys in Wales (Whitegates) before going to the Wirrall (Arrowe Brook Farm)





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