Arrow Bank is a great location for your touring caravan or motorhome holiday. A 5 star holiday park with superb on-park facilities Arrow Bank is set alongside the River Arrow in the picture postcard village of Eardisland. A spacious, level touring area that is quietness personified – perfect for touring caravans, motorhomes, folding campers, trailer tents and camping where every pitch is a sunny one! (English weather rules apply!)
At Arrow Bank we want you to enjoy your stay with us. The excellent heated facilities building has free hot showers and we also have a laundry room, washing up / veg prep area, all access wet room with baby changing table, and a dog wash (with hot shower and hair dryer!)
WiFi on park is free, although, with the quirks of Herefordshire broadband, this is best left for checking emails and social media posts and not fit for downloading or streaming services.
Spacious, safe open spaces
5 Star touring pitches
We have four different pitch types to suit your every need:
Premier pitch – Hard standing, fully serviced with drinking water, 16A electric hook-up, amplified digital tv connection, night light on service bollard and grey waste drainage.
Serviced Pitch – Hard standing, with 16A electric hook-up
Serviced camping – Grass pitch with 16A electric hook-up
Standard camping – Grass pitch, unserviced.
The quintessential English village of Eardisland is just a short stroll from the park entrance.
It offers a community shop for those essentials; a couple of proper village pubs - serving food and local ales; a cracking tea room - with a log burner for those chilly days; a children's play area, a bowling green, church, river walks... the list goes on.
Eardisland is part of The Black and White Village Trail, which explores the villages of half-timbered, black and white houses to be found in this area of northern Herefordshire.
The parish is characterised by rolling arable and pastoral farmland and ancient apple and cider apple orchards.
The Church of England parish church of St. Mary the Virgin has an early 13th-century nave, two early 14th-century tomb recesses and a 14th-century porch. The architect Henry Curzon substantially renewed the building in 1864.
Just north of the church is the overgrown motte of Eardisland Castle, surrounded by a moat.
Eardisland has a restored AA box which is the oldest in England. The community shop was opened in the 17th-century dovecote, it is staffed and run by volunteers.