Touring and camping in Herefordshire at Arrow Bank is a wonderful experience for touring caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents and tents. The park is set in a relaxing, peaceful location with riverbank fishing, surrounded by glorious countryside.
Arrow Bank is set alongside the River Arrow in the picture postcard village of Eardisland, an historic Tudor village in the heart of the ‘Black and White trail’.
This 5 star standard holiday park offers a welcoming retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The touring area is a spacious and has a glorious sunny aspect. We offer ‘Super Pitches’ hard standing with elctric hook-up, TV hook-up, water tap, flexible hose grey waste drainage and pitch light. We also have both hard standing and grass tent pitches with electric hook-up as well as non-serviced grass pitches. The heated facilities block is modern, clean and spacious. Hot showers are free, and there is a laundry room with a dryer, washing up facilities, and a room for customers with less mobility.
Wi-fi tickets are available to purchase for daily or weekly use. ** Please note ** Rural Herefordshire has not made it into super-fast 21st century broadband as yet, so the wi-fi reception at Arrow Bank is not suitable for streaming films or TV programs but is sufficient for checking email and browsing for local information.
TV reception at Arrow Bank. Eardisland is a beautiful, picturesque ‘get away from it all’ village where peace and relaxation are plentiful. Such a rural setting can have an imapct on the quality of the TV reception on some pitches. A satellite dish can improve your signal, but the best way to guarantee your TV reception is to stay on one of our super pitches which have an amplified digital signal as part of the services. Then you can watch that ‘must see’ program while you’re staying with us.
Bordered by Shropshire and Powys, this Herefordshire park is ideal for exploring the
Marches towns, castles, black and white villages, hills and rivers.
The village is just a short level walk from the park. Visit the 13th Century church, the converted Dovecote Stores, or pop in one of the two local inns for a home-cooked meal or a drink.