Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park, Herefordshire

Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park Have?

Dog friendly site
Riverside fishing
Village location
Peaceful riverside park
10 month season
Safe open spaces


Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park in Herefordshire is a luxury holiday retreat that may appeal to couples and families looking for quiet waterside escapes and modern standards.  Part of the Discover Parks group, the family owners of the resort have been managing the resort since 2012, and it is continuing to receive strong reviews and credits from holidaymakers and inspectors.

Tbe park offers private fishing facilities and local access to village amenities.  It is built with those looking for a quiet escape in mind, with a close-knit community for like-minded holidayers to ease into.  The park is also close to many of the county’s most popular attractions and natural sites of interest, meaning it may appeal to many as an ideal base for further exploration. 

Why Choose Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park?

The owners adopted the park in 2012, and in the time since, have ensured to develop the area into an appealing base for couples and families.  The park bases itself on the River Arrow itself, on banks where residents will be able to take advantage of waterside views and exclusive fishing.  On-site fishing may appeal to prospective holidaymakers who wish to relax and unwind without having to travel too far.

The development is dog-friendly, though it is recommended to contact the park’s owners before bringing pets.  The site, however, does also offer a private dog walking zone, as well as a groomer service which visits regularly.  Therefore, it is a community built with dog lovers in mind.  As there are many walking trails and parks close by, the area may be even more convenient for pet owners and regular walkers.

Access to the village close by will allow holidaymakers to unwind with drinks and local cuisine.  The park offers independent holidaymaking, though visitors will still be able to get to know the owners and other holidayers in the community.  Built on 67 acres of land, it is an extensive holiday retreat that offers space for families and couples to wind down in. 


The holiday park's location on the banks makes it a unique retreat for many couples and families.  The park is closely linked to Eardisland, a village with strong Tudor links and scenic walks.  It is here where visitors will be able to sample local cuisine, shops and learn more about the local area.  Other quiet communities such as Shirl Heath and Cobnash are close by, easily linked through local roads heading across the A4110 and the B4529.

The site is closely linked through Eardisland’s local roads, which visitors will be able to reach via the A44, running adjacent to Pembridge and heading down towards Monkland.  The park itself is easy to walk to and from Eardisland and is also close to the popular market community of Leominster.  Drivers will be able to reach the town in around 15 minutes, making it a central base for holidayers who want to get closer to the historic towns and villages in the wider county.

Hereford itself is accessible via the A4110, around a half-hour drive from the park’s gates.  Further communities and historic areas in Kington, Tenbury Wells, Yarpole and Kinnerton are also simple to access from main and local roads and avenues. 

The park itself offers views over the River as well as the wider Herefordshire countryside, backing up further into the North.  Visitors can feel free to explore the further country reaches and walking trails, with dogs as they wish, throughout the year. 

Things to Do Near Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park

Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park is a popular base for countryside walking holidays, as well as for short breaks into some of England’s most intriguing historic towns and villages.  Beyond the market towns and quaint villages close by, visitors to the park will be able to explore the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, via the A49.  The Malvern Hills, too, are easy to access towards the South East, via the A44 and adjacent to Worcester.

Heading further South, just over half an hour away are the Brecon Beacons, backing into some of Wales’ best-loved parkland and hills.  The park bases close to the English-Welsh border, which means holidayers who wish to take in both cultures can do so without needing to travel too far afield.

Other attractions in the local area include the Leisure Park at Symonds Yat West, the Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, and the historic monument at Eastnor Castle.  Visitors will be able to traverse historic towns, villages and English countryside from a convenient base and public transport links.


Arrow Bank Country Holiday Park