Broadleaf Farm, Kingsland, Leominster


Willerby Canterbury

Property Size:

12ft x 37ft



Max Occupancy:


Pets Welcome:

Children Welcome:

Smoking Allowed:

Groups Welcome:

Price Range


£200 per week (low season)


£250 per week (high season)

Holiday Home Facilities

  • Toilet

  • Shower

  • Bath

  • Double Glazing

  • Toaster

  • Central Heating

  • Fridge Freezer

  • Microwave

  • Television

  • Veranda

  • Parking Bay

  • Garden Chairs

The caravan offers double glazed PVC windows and doors throughout and gas central heating and radiators. The spacious lounge and dining area provides comfortable seating, a TV with Freeview and patio doors that lead to the veranda. A fully equipped kitchen includes a fridge, freezer, gas oven, grill and hobs, microwave, kettle and toaster. The bathroom comprises of a WC, wash basin and half bath with shower head above. The main bedroom is a double bed with mirrored wardrobes and dressing table; it also has an ensuite toilet and basin. The second bedroom is a twin with 2 single beds and wardrobes. Outside is a wooden veranda with garden furniture and ample parking.

Unfortunately we do not allow pets.

A travel cot and high chair could be arranged if you contact us before arrival.

Bed linen and towels can be provided upon request for a small extra charge.

The nearest village is Kingsland (less than 1 mile) where you will find pubs and restaurants as well as a Post Office and village shop. Closest supermarket and banks are situated in the near town of Leominster just 3 miles away. Places of interest include Monkland Cheese Dairy, Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Center Kington, Offa's Dyke Trail, Oakerwood Leisure and The Grove Golf & Bowl. The National Trust sites nearby are Croft Castle, Berrington Hall and Brockhampton. There are also a number of other fascinating places nearby to visit including the market towns of Leominster (3 miles) and Ludlow (12 miles) and the cathedral city of Hereford (13 miles). The caravan is ideally located as a centre for touring the Malverns, the Wye Valley, the Welsh Borders or simply following the black and white trail to visit the picturesque local villages.

  • Scenic Walks

  • Nature Reserve

  • Pubs and Clubs

  • History