A visit to Worcestershire rewards you with rolling hills, a wealth of history and award-winning family attractions.
The Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds can both be enjoyed easily during a holiday visit and there is also the vintage steam train at Severn Valley Railway, or get closer to some exotic wildlife at the West Midland Safari Park or for chocolate lovers try Cadbury World.
Where to Stay in Worcestershire
Caspian Wood Lakeside Glamping | Worcestershire
An idyllic woodland, lakeside setting for these 3 separate glamping options, or book the entire site for your group booking. Experience cooking outdoors with the covered kitchen areas for each property. Instant hot water in each cabin as well as brand new shower and toilet facilities.
Plum Tree Glamping | Worcestershire
This site is perfectly located for exploring the north Cotswolds. In approximately 7 acres of plum orchards and woodland you will find 4 sets of luxury glamping accommodations, including a converted railway wagon and a Mongolian yurt all with private facilities.
Betty the Homely Horsebox | Worcestershire
Unique and quirky glamping in this converted horsebox set in 7 acres of beautiful countryside, also home to alpacas, sheep, and horses. Free fishing also available on site. Dogs welcome.
Elm Acre | Worcestershire
Simple bell tent glamping located between Pershore and Worcester.
The Firs Campsite | Worcestershire
Huge safari tents with 2 separate bedrooms, wood burning stoves and modern shower and toilet facilities.
Puddle Wharf Farm Glamping | Worcestershire
Exclusive use glamping site for up to 18 guests set in 5 acres of orchards and fields. Accommodation consists of VW Campers, a Vintage Caravan and Bell Tents.
Rockeridge Farm | Worcester
Adults only / pets welcome – a wild camping site. Toilet and shower facilities available.