Lickhill Manor is an award-winning park on the banks of the River Severn – it’s a wildlife haven, with its own nature pools, bird and bat boxes and over 2000 trees. This is a 65-acre site around a seventeenth-century manor, a short riverside stroll from Stourport-on-Severn.
This River Severn site has landed many awards – including the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award for wildlife conservation – even its toilets have won awards!
The site has an abundance of wildlife around several carefully developed habitats, with bird and bat boxes, wildlife pools with waterfowl afloat and over 2000 specially planted trees and shrubs, including many among its pitches to give guests privacy and space.
The site is pet friendly but does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act. Please contact the site for details. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi.
Lickhill Manor has its own three-quarters of a mile stretch of the River Severn with half a mile set aside from which to cast off its specially constructed platforms for perch, roach, barbel, chub and tench; bring your own licence and pick up a site fishing permit at reception. Or might you fancy some boating? A slipway to launch small craft is on this part of the river too.
Water points, drainage facilities and wifi are all available, as well as washing-up facilities and an ice-pack freezer. The award-winning washrooms are heated throughout, with free hot water, free use of hairdryers, private cubicles and a disabled washroom including a wheelchair shower with seat, emergency alarm pulls and lever-operated taps.