Heading towards Worcester on the A44 from Bromyard travel for 0.8 of mile and take the right hand turn to Burley. Take the first left turn signed Burley. Follow single track lane till the end. Or follow a sat nav to WR6 5TH, follow Stonehouse lane to the end. Take the left hand gravel track through double wooden gates, signed Linton Mill. Continue for 1/4 mile to the main car park. We ask cars to enter the field for loading and unloading only and leave cars on the car park.
Linton Mill is an early 18th century mill house situated 2 miles from Bromyard in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Mavis, Peter and their family moved here in early 2018 to create a small scale, low-impact, eco-friendly campsite.
Peter is an award winning baker with his own business, Peter Cooks Bread, just a few minutes away. He produces bread with no added nonsense, just flour, water, yeast and salt, but with an unforgettable flavour that will have you hooked.
Mavis is a geography teacher at a nearby secondary school, with a keen interest in the physical processes that have formed the landscape of this wonderful place.
Our campsite offers spacious tent pitches on a remote field surrounded by vibrant trees, a relaxing stream, endless fields and beautiful rolling hills.
With multiple amenities such as compost toilets, shower, hot tub, fire pit, logs, pizza oven and local food hampers, we can provide you with a memorable camping experience.We can accommodate groups of tents and small campervans. Due to the site constrictions no large motorhomes.
You may also inquire about our Small Holding Experience and do some pony petting, chicken petting, egg collecting, fruit picking and more at only £5 per person, lasting approx 1hr, at a time to suit during your stay.
Please visit our Things To Do page for information on what to do in Bromyard and the marvelous local walks to spark your taste for adventure www.lintonmill.com
Things to do
Walking distance to Bromyard and Bringsty common and a wealth of footpaths to local pubs. For more details and links visit our website.
Alternatively we can help you arrange your walk, and offer maps of the local area.
For the Food Fanatics
Heading 20 Minutes south west you'll find yourself at Chase Distillery, with multiple events and tours to entertain this could be the perfect way to top off your stay in Herefordshire.
Legges of Bromyard has opened a new cafe and shop 1/2 mile walk and their larger deli is situated just a short 10 minute drive away, with it's delicious pies, local meat produce and unbeatable reputation, it's a must for those holiday vibe lunch stock ups!
Linton Mill is situated near the Herefordshire hop fields, boasting four breweries within a 10 mile radius including:
Wye Valley Brewery
Teme Valley Brewery
The Hop Shed Brewery
Ledbury Real Ales
Destination shopping-The Hop Pocket
At only 15 minutes down the road The Hop Pocket is an Aladdin's cave of gifts and crafts' to explore, and the home of Peter Cook's Bread so why not book in a bread course and get stuck in with the experts!
For the Historical Conquerors
An English Heritage gem, Edvin Loach Old Church can be found just 15 minutes north. 'The ruins of the old parish church of St Mary Edvin Loach stand within the earthworks of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle'.
Within half an hour from Linton Mill you could find yourself walking the historic streets of Ledbury
The National Trust's Brockhampton Estate, within 40 minutes of cross country walking, or a 5 minute drive. Be transported back through 600 years of history and experience their regular events.
For the Garden Enthusiasts
A nose around Ralf Court Gardens will leave you floating somewhere in Africa or Japan right from local Bromyard. Theatre productions and a pleasant cafe all add to this enjoyable day out.
Perhaps Moors Meadow Gardens will be the perfect place for an afternoon wonder. 'The seven-acre organic hillside site offers superb views over the Kyre Valley and comprises a variety of environments rich in unusual and exotic plants. There are countless spring bulbs, brimming herbaceous borders, a grass garden, a rhododendron glade, a fernery, a cottage-style garden, a herb garden, and a highly productive kitchen garden. Assorted paths wind through the garden to add a sense of surprise and secrecy.'
Or perhaps a day fly fishing is all you need to relax into the holiday spirit. In that case a trip to Kingfisher Trout Lake, just 10 minutes down the road will give you a break to remember.
The closest gardens to visit being The Bannut Gardens. 'A traditional garden with stunning rhododendron and laburnum walks, garden rooms including a unique knot garden, specimen trees and an extensive heather garden.'
Bromyard Motor X track holds 7 meetings over the year.
30 minute drive from Linton Mill are:
The Three Counties Showground holds regular events.
The Courtyard Hereford
Toilets Showers Onsite shop Pets welcome Local taxi's Local shops Near to sports facilities Local pub