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Lickhill Manor Caravan Park

Static Caravans
Pitch Fee: £2,095
Area: Heart of England
Season: January - November
Pitches: 125
Address: Stourport on Severn
DY13 8RL
Telephone: 01299 871041
Email: excellent@lickhillmanor.co.uk

Lickhill Manor Caravan Park

Static Caravans
Area: Heart of England
Season: January - November
Pitch Fee: £2,095
Description

Lickhill Manor Caravan Park occupies some 65 acres, circling the 17th Century Manor House

alongside the River Severn. It is a short riverside stroll from Stourport-on-Severn. The park

gives relaxation amongst mature deciduous and evergreen tree lined avenues. Choose from

private fenced gardens to cultivate as you wish, or easy maintenance open gardens where we

mow the lawns. The level terrain provides easy walking for people of all abilities.

Open all year for holiday use, with double glazing and central heating you can comfortably

holiday in your caravan during winter. Due to the tranquil nature of the park, holiday homes

are best suited to families with children over the age of 16 years, however visiting

grandchildren, nephews, nieces, etc. are welcome.

Lickhill Manor Caravan Park has long been recognised by the Tourist Board as a top quality

park, receiving many 5 star accolades. The park also receives Gold Awards from internationally

renowned environmentalist David Bellamy in recognition of its conservation efforts. The

washrooms are recipient of the 5 Star Platinum 'Loo of the Year Award', which underlines the

park's commitment to quality.

The Georgian town of Stourport-on-Severn with its river and canal heritage, is close by the

ancient Forest of Wyre, offering miles of walks through unspoilt woodland. The town has an

interesting selection of shops, hostelries and entertainment, whilst the surrounding area

boasts a wide variety of attractions to suit all ages, including the Severn Valley Railway, West

Midland Safari Park, historic Worcester city, to name a few.

Directions
From the West Midlands follow the A456 to Kidderminster, A451 into Stourport, at the traffic lights turn right onto the B4195 towards Bewdley. After half a mile turn left at the crossroads, then after a further half a mile turn right at the park signs and follow the lane. From the south leave the M5 at junction 6 and follow the A449 for 12 miles to the second traffic island. Take the first exit along the A4025 to Stourport-on-Severn. At the next roundabout turn left into Stourport-on-Severn, follow the Kidderminster signs to traffic light, turn left onto the B4195 towards Bewdley. After half a mile turn left at the crossroads, then after a further half a mile turn right at the park signs and follow the lane.