Castlemorton, Worcestershire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Castlemorton

house
Excellent
2 reviews
1br house
    Eldersfield Tipis are tucked away at the end of a no-through road in the rural heart of the three counties placed at the centre of farm life within an approx ¼ acre paddock. During the day you will hear the bustle of farm life; animals being fed, lambing, calving, tractors scraping up or harvesting. At night you will be enveloped by a huge sky and hear the hooting of Barn and Little Owls and the odd moo or baa as the animals settle down for the night. While at the centre of farm life you will experience a great sense of remoteness and peace at being far away from the world. The Tipi field at Nash End Farm is now complete with 2 toilets and a shower room, outside dining, a bbq and an outside tap for washing up. The interior of the tipis are left for you to embellish at your will! We provide a ground sheet and there is space for 4 adults to sleep in each Tipi. The toilet and shower is the kind that you would find on a building site. It is clean and functional and also includes 2 sinks and 2 urinals and one shower separate from the toilets. You can rent both tipis and would then have the entire use of the paddock to yourselves. You could then have several families staying or use one for sleeping and one for relaxing. You can set up extra tents at an additional cost. A perfect tranquil private location for a family gathering or college reunion. We also have a beautifully appointed Shepherd's hut also listed on this site which could be booked at the same time for those who require a more glamorous glamping experience! Walking Situated at the centre of our 315 acre farm you will have unlimited access to the surrounding countryside (please follow the country code). You will be provided with a map which will show existing footpaths and suggested walking routes from the hut, ideal spots to pause for a picnic or to take in the spectacular views across all of the three counties which have inspired so many of our countries musicians, artists, writers. If walking is your thing you are only a 10 minute drive to the Malvern Hills and if previously arranged Rosalind or Chris will ferry you to the start line and collect you from the finish line to enable you to walk this spectacular landscape. Location We are 4 miles from a single carriage road which allows this sense of seclusion however, will find yourself to be 20 minutes to Tewkesbury with it's medieval streets and Abbey, 30 minutes to Cheltenham which is a fantastic shopping experience amid the Regency facades. Smaller towns abound with Ledbury and Malvern all within a 20 minute drive with their tea and craft shops. For those with a particular interest in the county towns of the 3 counties with their stunning Norman cathedrals and medical streets, you will find yourselves within easy reach of each being 20 minutes from Gloucester, 40 minutes Worcester 35 minutes Hereford. Eating Out Only a mile from the tipis on foot you will find 2 great places to eat. The Butchers Arms Eldersfield, is renowned locally as a great place to stop off for a pint with its low ceilings and small seasonal menu for which they have been awarded a Michelin star. Corse Lawn House Hotel, a wonderfully characterful old country house with a smart restaurant for formal dining or a bistro for a more cosy informal experience. Both are seriously good dining experiences. You can walk to both of these, or cycle. If you are looking for a simple local pub, there are a lot of options but you will need to get in the car. Eating In We are passionate about using local produce and want to make it easy for you to cook local produce whist staying on the farm. You can get a list of where to buy local produce from Rosalind, or ask her to source it for you (this will incur an additional cost). However if you want to keep things simple and order from your usual online supermarket, all have previously delivered here. Available for pre-order Locally sourced, Full English Breakfast pack £12 for 2 people (please note this is to cook for yourself in the hut) BBQ pack made up to your specification. Transport You can book the use of 2 bicycles and have easy access to miles of country lanes and the local eateries. We can drive you to local attractions for a previously advised additional cost. For example to the local pub for lunch or supper, or to walk the full stretch of the Malvern Hills. Things for you to bring Wellington boots – the ground around the farm is likely to be wet or muddy. You are staying on a farm so please pack accordingly. If you need any advice please contact Rosalind. Be sure to check out the weather for GL19 4PG
    cottage
    Excellent
    14 reviews
    2br cottage
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      house
      4br house
      • Pets Allowed
      Castlemorton nestles in the beautiful Malvern Hills, in an area ofoutstanding natural beauty. The small hamlet of Hillend, on the edge of Castlemorton, is the lovely location for the incredible Beesoni Lodge, a fabulous converted barn. Modern fixtures and fittings have been successfully blended with the original property's traditional charm to create a delightful holiday property for the discerning visitor. The exquisitely furnished and decorated accommodation is arranged over the ground floor and includes four bedrooms, one of which has a luxurious four poster bed, a fitted kitchen with a Rangemaster cooker and a pleasant garden in which to relax after a day's activities. Amenities: Oil central heating with underfloor heating in bathrooms. Electric oven and hob, microwave, 2 x fridges, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Two travel cots (linen not provided) and two highchairs. Off road parking for 3 cars. Large private lawned garden with furniture and outdoor games. Patio with BBQ (charcoal not provided). One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 3 miles, pubs 2 miles. Note: Exterior photo of the property on website shows only Beesoni Lodge - it is one property. Note: Check-in after 3.30pm. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Town: A short distance away is a fascinating Iron Age hill fort, British Camp, situated 340 metres above sea level. Located on the boundary of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the stunning scenery and landscapes of this area draw many walkers and cyclists, and there is an abundance of wildlife here to spot. The picturesque 12th century church is a central feature of Castlemorton, and the lovely surrounding countryside ensures that this is a relaxing and tranquil holiday destination. Malvern, Ledbury and Tewkesbury are all just a few miles away, and all these towns offer a good selection of welcoming old pubs, restaurants and shops, as well as the characteristic black and white houses of Herefordshire. There is so much to visit in and around Castlemorton, including country houses and gardens, museums, castles and railways – all of which make for a wonderful holiday for the whole family. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Castlemorton nestles in the beautiful Malvern Hills, in an area ofoutstanding natural beauty. The small hamlet of Hillend, on the edge of Castlemorton, is the lovely location for the incredible Beesoni Lodge, a fabulous converted barn. Modern fixtures and fittings have been successfully blended with the original property's traditional charm to create a delightful holiday property for the discerning visitor. The exquisitely furnished and decorated accommodation is arranged over the ground floor and includes four bedrooms, one of which has a luxurious four poster bed, a fitted kitchen with a Rangemaster cooker and a pleasant garden in which to relax after a day's activities. Amenities: Oil central heating with underfloor heating in bathrooms. Electric oven and hob, microwave, 2 x fridges, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Two travel cots (linen not provided) and two highchairs. Off road parking for 3 cars. Large private lawned garden with furniture and outdoor games. Patio with BBQ (charcoal not provided). One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 3 miles, pubs 2 miles. Note: Exterior photo of the property on website shows only Beesoni Lodge - it is one property. Note: Check-in after 3.30pm. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Town: A short distance away is a fascinating Iron Age hill fort, British Camp, situated 340 metres above sea level. Located on the boundary of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the stunning scenery and landscapes of this area draw many walkers and cyclists, and there is an abundance of wildlife here to spot. The picturesque 12th century church is a central feature of Castlemorton, and the lovely surrounding countryside ensures that this is a relaxing and tranquil holiday destination. Malvern, Ledbury and Tewkesbury are all just a few miles away, and all these towns offer a good selection of welcoming old pubs, restaurants and shops, as well as the characteristic black and white houses of Herefordshire. There is so much to visit in and around Castlemorton, including country houses and gardens, museums, castles and railways – all of which make for a wonderful holiday for the whole family. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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      2br house
        A haven for walking and wildlife enthusiasts, the lovely Malvern Hills form the beautiful backdrop to the village of Castlemorton. Rickyard Cottage enjoys a delightful position in Castlemorton at the foot of the undulating Malvern Hills. This charming holiday property affords incredible views of the hills, and the pleasant Castlemorton Common can be accessed directly from the rear of the cottage. The single-storey accommodation offers a light and airy living space including two bedrooms, a modern, compact galley style kitchen, a comfy sitting room and dining area that benefit from a warming and cosy wood burning stove, and an attractive conservatory which opens out onto a large private garden. Rickyard Cottage is situated within the owner's home's grounds, and the surrounding Herefordshire and Worcestershire countryside offers wonderful walks right from the doorstep. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV with FreeSat, video, DVD, CD player/radio, WiFi, small library of games/books/DVDs/videos. Fuel, power and starter pack of fuel for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 15 minutes' walk. Note: There is a pond close by in the owner's orchard. Please ensure young children are supervised. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Town: Visitors are drawn to the village for its fine looking 12th century church and its close proximity to the attractions and amenities of some charming historic towns including Malvern, Tewkesbury and Ledbury. These towns, which are situated close to the borders of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, are characterised by their unusual and striking black and white houses, their hospitable old inns, good restaurants and interesting shops. Upton-on-Severn, which offers welcoming pubs, a picturesque marina, a riverside location and regular boat trips, is also close by. Stunning countryside is all around here, and there is an abundance of historic buildings and gardens, fascinating museums, castles, and railways within easy touring distance. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. A haven for walking and wildlife enthusiasts, the lovely Malvern Hills form the beautiful backdrop to the village of Castlemorton. Rickyard Cottage enjoys a delightful position in Castlemorton at the foot of the undulating Malvern Hills. This charming holiday property affords incredible views of the hills, and the pleasant Castlemorton Common can be accessed directly from the rear of the cottage. The single-storey accommodation offers a light and airy living space including two bedrooms, a modern, compact galley style kitchen, a comfy sitting room and dining area that benefit from a warming and cosy wood burning stove, and an attractive conservatory which opens out onto a large private garden. Rickyard Cottage is situated within the owner's home's grounds, and the surrounding Herefordshire and Worcestershire countryside offers wonderful walks right from the doorstep. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV with FreeSat, video, DVD, CD player/radio, WiFi, small library of games/books/DVDs/videos. Fuel, power and starter pack of fuel for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 15 minutes' walk. Note: There is a pond close by in the owner's orchard. Please ensure young children are supervised. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Town: Visitors are drawn to the village for its fine looking 12th century church and its close proximity to the attractions and amenities of some charming historic towns including Malvern, Tewkesbury and Ledbury. These towns, which are situated close to the borders of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, are characterised by their unusual and striking black and white houses, their hospitable old inns, good restaurants and interesting shops. Upton-on-Severn, which offers welcoming pubs, a picturesque marina, a riverside location and regular boat trips, is also close by. Stunning countryside is all around here, and there is an abundance of historic buildings and gardens, fascinating museums, castles, and railways within easy touring distance. Additional amenities include: cooker.
        bungalow
        Excellent
        9 reviews
        1br bungalow
          The Turbles is a peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills, on the edge of Castlemorton Common in the Heart of England and comprises three modern, clean and comfortable self catering bungalows and a small touring caravan site. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. Malvern View is well equipped for couples (sorry, no children) wanting to stay in a peaceful, rural location near the Malvern Hills. All bungalows are on one level so provide easy access. Hand rails are provided by the toilets and in the showers so may be suitable for people with limited mobility (please ask). Malvern View comprises: • Free Wi-Fi • Well equipped kitchen with Bosch Dishwasher and Miele Washing Machine. • 42” TV with FREESAT and DVD player • King size bedroom – all linen provided • Beautiful Malvern views. Malvern View benefits from a westerly aspect which provides lovely views of the sun setting over the hills. • 3 miles from The Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire. • A green lane from the site provides an attractive walk to Castlemorton Common at the foot of the Malvern Hills. • 2 pubs and a village shop nearby. • Closest towns are Upton upon Severn (5 miles), Malvern (6 miles) and Ledbury (7 miles). • Within easy reach of Worcester, Tewkesbury, Forest of Dean, Gloucester and Hereford. The Malvern Hills An area of richly contrasting landscapes famed for mineral water springs. The eight mile ridge comprises of rock formations of outstanding geological interest and contains some of the oldest rock in Britain. You can enjoy the open countryside climbing to the highest point at Worcestershire Beacon or enjoying the quiet ramblings along the wooded slopes. Great Malvern A spa town famous for Malvern water. Sir Edward Elgar lived much of his life around Malvern and is buried in Little Malvern cemetery. The Elgar Birthplace Museum is nearby in Lower Broadheath. Upton upon Severn An attractive riverside town with numerous pubs and eating places which attracts many visitors. Ledbury A thriving market town with a number of timber framed buildings. Castlemorton Common An area of open low-lying common land on the south eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills. Designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and widely recognised for its geological and botanical importance. Three Counties Showground Eastnor Castle Georgian castle surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake. Croome Court A National Trust property. Malvern Theatre A major centre for the arts in the West Midlands. Malvern Cinema based at Malvern Theatre. Broad Oak Trout Lakes Local fishery on a 13 acre site which contains two lakes. Gullet Quarry A wild and beautiful spot that is an ideal starting point for exploring Midsummer Hill and Eastnor. For geologists, some of the oldest rocks in England are exposed. Welland Steam Rally - Friday 27th July - Sunday 29th July. The Welland Steam and Country Rally is held every year over 3 days, on the last weekend in July. Castlemorton Tump The site of a small, long abandoned medieval motte and bailey castle. Mill Pond There is public fishing at the Mill pond, Castlemorton amd the Moat pond at Sherrards Green. Malvern View is a peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. 2 pubs and a village shop nearby. A great base for walking.
          yurt
          Excellent
          3 reviews
          1br yurt
            Stunning safari tents in a stunning location! The Firs is in a fantastic location at the foot of the Malvern Hills and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our safari tents have been furnished and equipped to a high standard offering true home from home comfort. To complement the safari tents we have posh washrooms offering facilities which are a far cry from conventional camping. Each safari tents offer a magical experience with two bedrooms and a spacious living area proving comfortable accommodation for 6 guests. Standard equipment includes a fridge, hospitality tray, kettle, sofa, dining table and chairs, wardrobe, storage and more. For guests requiring further accommodation we also have an outstanding 5 metre bell tent which offers ample space for 4 further guests. The bell tent accommodates up to four single beds, lighting, outdoor table and seating and more. Please ask for further details of this. In an adjacent field we offer camping for those wanting to provide their own tents. The Firs is a small holding on the edge of Castlemorton Common offering access to thousands of acres of protected common land. There is an abundance of wild life, walks and places to explore. We are in an excellent location for exploring the Malverns or for visiting the many shows at The Three Counties Showground, or the festivals in Upton Upon Severn. Treat yourself and your family to a well earned break. The following prices are per safari tent and not per person for three and four night breaks. A safari tent will accommodate up to six people and includes the use of all the campsites facilities. Our Mid season is for the months of April, May, June and September. The price for a 3 night (weekend) or 4 night (weekday) break is £280. The price for a full week is £450. Our peak season is in July and August. The price for a 3 night (weekend) or 4 night (weekday) break is £330 and a full week is £550. Voted the 2nd best place to live in the entire Country (Source:- Experian) Malvern has a lot to offer any visitor to the area. Naturally the Malvern Hills attract visitors all through the year and are suited for short walks or long treks. Sample the breathtaking views towards the Black Mountains in Wales, with the rolling Herefordshire countryside between. It is easy to understand why Elgar gained inspiration for his works from these Hills. Why not visit the spectacular Eastnor Castle lying on the Herefordshire side of the hills? Malvern water and the water cure originate from the high quality water drawn from the Hills and both have a history dating back well over a century. The Morgan Motor Company have a visitor centre in their Malvern factory. Here you can dream of owing one of their classic sports cars. See how they combine traditional handmade car manufacturing mixed with advanced technology. Malvern Theatres is a fantastic location for high quality stage shows performed by renowned actors. Or simply visit the many beauty spots in Castlemorton and the Malvern Hills and sit and watch the world go by!
            bungalow
            Excellent
            7 reviews
            1br bungalow
              The Turbles is a peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills, on the edge of Castlemorton Common in the Heart of England and comprises three modern, clean and comfortable self catering bungalows and a small touring caravan site. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. Swallow's Nest is well equipped for couples (sorry, no children) wanting to stay in a peaceful, rural location near the Malvern Hills. All apartments are on one level so provide easy access. Hand rails are provided by the toilets and in the showers so may be suitable for people with limited mobility (please ask). Swallows Nest comprises: • Free Wi-Fi • Well equipped kitchen • 32” TV with FREESAT and DVD player • Double bedroom – all linen provided • Beautiful Malvern views. • 3 miles from The Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire. • A green lane from the site provides an attractive walk to Castlemorton Common at the foot of the Malvern Hills. • 2 pubs and a well equipped village shop nearby. • Closest towns are Upton upon Severn (5 miles), Malvern (6 miles) and Ledbury (7 miles). • Within easy reach of Worcester, Tewkesbury, Forest of Dean, Gloucester and Hereford. We offer short breaks in the quieter months. The 4 night mid-week breaks are from Monday to Friday. The 3 night weekend breaks are from Friday to Monday. Even if you wish to leave Sunday take advantage of not having a check out time and leave at your leisure. The Malvern Hills An area of richly contrasting landscapes famed for mineral water springs. The eight mile ridge comprises of rock formations of outstanding geological interest and contains some of the oldest rock in Britain. You can enjoy the open countryside climbing to the highest point at Worcestershire Beacon or enjoying the quiet ramblings along the wooded slopes. Great Malvern A spa town famous for Malvern water. Sir Edward Elgar lived much of his life around Malvern and is buried in Little Malvern cemetery. The Elgar Birthplace Museum is nearby in Lower Broadheath. Upton upon Severn An attractive riverside town with numerous pubs and eating places which attracts many visitors. Ledbury A thriving market town with a number of timber framed buildings. Castlemorton Common An area of open low-lying common land on the south eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills. Designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and widely recognised for its geological and botanical importance. Three Counties Showground Eastnor Castle Georgian castle surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake. Croome Court A National Trust property. Malvern Theatre A major centre for the arts in the West Midlands. Malvern Cinema based at Malvern Theatre. Broad Oak Trout Lakes Local fishery on a 13 acre site which contains two lakes. Gullet Quarry A wild and beautiful spot that is an ideal starting point for exploring Midsummer Hill and Eastnor. For geologists, some of the oldest rocks in England are exposed. Welland Steam Rally - Friday 27th July - Sunday 29th July. The Welland Steam and Country Rally is held every year over 3 days, on the last weekend in July. Castlemorton Tump The site of a small, long abandoned medieval motte and bailey castle. Mill Pond There is public fishing at the Mill pond, Castlemorton amd the Moat pond at Sherrards Green. Swallow's Nest is a peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. 2 pubs and a well equipped village shop nearby. A great base for walking.
              bungalow
              Excellent
              12 reviews
              1br bungalow
              • Pets Allowed
              The Turbles is a peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills, on the edge of Castlemorton Common in the Heart of England and comprises three modern, clean and comfortable bungalows and a small touring caravan site. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. Wagtail is well equipped for couples (sorry, no children) wanting to stay in a peaceful, rural location near the Malvern Hills. Wagtail is pet friendly. For an extra charge of £12 per week up to 2 dogs or 2 cats are welcome. All accommodation is on one level so may be suitable for people with limited mobility (please ask). Hand rails are provided by the toilets and in the showers . Wagtail comprises: • Free Wi-Fi • Well equipped kitchen • 32” TV with FREESAT and DVD player • Double bedroom – all linen provided • Beautiful Malvern views. • 3 miles from The Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire. • A green lane from the site provides an attractive walk to Castlemorton Common at the foot of the Malvern Hills. • 2 pubs and a well equipped village shop nearby. • Closest towns are Upton upon Severn (5 miles), Malvern (6 miles) and Ledbury (7 miles). • Within easy reach of Worcester, Tewkesbury, Forest of Dean, Gloucester and Hereford. The Malvern Hills An area of richly contrasting landscapes famed for mineral water springs. The eight mile ridge comprises of rock formations of outstanding geological interest and contains some of the oldest rock in Britain. You can enjoy the open countryside climbing to the highest point at Worcestershire Beacon or enjoying the quiet ramblings along the wooded slopes. Great Malvern A spa town famous for Malvern water. Sir Edward Elgar lived much of his life around Malvern and is buried in Little Malvern cemetery. The Elgar Birthplace Museum is nearby in Lower Broadheath. Upton upon Severn An attractive riverside town with numerous pubs and eating places which attracts many visitors. Ledbury A thriving market town with a number of timber framed buildings. Castlemorton Common An area of open low-lying common land on the south eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills. Designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and widely recognised for its geological and botanical importance. Three Counties Showground Eastnor Castle Georgian castle surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake. Croome Court A National Trust property. Malvern Theatre A major centre for the arts in the West Midlands. Malvern Cinema based at Malvern Theatre. Broad Oak Trout Lakes Local fishery on a 13 acre site which contains two lakes. Gullet Quarry A wild and beautiful spot that is an ideal starting point for exploring Midsummer Hill and Eastnor. For geologists, some of the oldest rocks in England are exposed. Welland Steam Rally - Friday 27th July - Sunday 29th July. The Welland Steam and Country Rally is held every year over 3 days, on the last weekend in July. Castlemorton Tump The site of a small, long abandoned medieval motte and bailey castle. Mill Pond There is public fishing at the Mill pond, Castlemorton amd the Moat pond at Sherrards Green. Wagtail is an "Adults Only" pet friendly, peaceful, rural retreat at the foot of the Malvern Hills. Enclosed garden. Dog exercise field. Walks from the door and access to Castlemorton Common. A perfect location for just relaxing or for exploring The Malvern Hills and the three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. 2 pubs and a village shop nearby. A great base for walking. Free wi-fi.
              house
              1br house
                Eldersfield Tipis are tucked away at the end of a no-through road in the rural heart of the three counties placed at the centre of farm life within an approx ¼ acre paddock. During the day you will hear the bustle of farm life; animals being fed, lambing, calving, tractors scraping up or harvesting. At night you will be enveloped by a huge sky and hear the hooting of Barn and Little Owls and the odd moo or baa as the animals settle down for the night. While at the centre of farm life you will experience a great sense of remoteness and peace at being far away from the world. The Tipi field is now complete with 2 toilets and a shower room, outside dining, a bbq each and an outside tap for washing up. The interior of the tipi's are left for you to embellish at your will! We provide a ground sheet and there is space for 4 adults to sleep in each Tipi. The toilet and shower block has been brought from a building site. It is clean and functional and also includes 2 sinks and 2 urinals and one shower room. You could rent both tipis and would then have the entire use of the paddock to yourselves. You could then have several families staying or use one for sleeping and one for relaxing. You can set up extra tents at an additional cost. A perfect transquil private location for a family gathering or college reunion. We also have a beautifully appointed Shepherd's hut also listed on this site which could be booked at the same time for those who require a more glamorous glamping experience! To be totally clear if you book this tipi experience you will have the use of Tipi 'Jo'. If you require both Tipi's you will also need to book Tipi 'Emma'. Walking Situated at the centre of our 315 acre farm you will have unlimited access to the surrounding countryside (please follow the country code). You will be provided with a map which will show existing footpaths and suggested walking routes from the hut, ideal spots to pause for a picnic or to take in the spectacular views across all of the three counties which have inspired so many of our countries musicians, artists, writers. If walking is your thing you are only a 10 minute drive to the Malvern Hills and if previously arranged Rosalind or Chris will ferry you to the start line and collect you from the finish line to enable you to walk this spectacular landscape. Location We are 4 miles from a single carriage road which allows this sense of seclusion however, will find yourself to be 20 minutes to Tewkesbury with it's medieval streets and Abbey, 30 minutes to Cheltenham which is a fantastic shopping experience amid the Regency facades. Smaller towns abound with Ledbury and Malvern all within a 20 minute drive with their tea and craft shops. For those with a particular interest in the county towns of the 3 counties with their stunning Norman cathedrals and medical streets, you will find yourselves within easy reach of each being 20 minutes from Gloucester, 40 minutes Worcester 35 minutes Hereford. Eating Out Only a mile from the tipis on foot you will find 2 great places to eat. The Butchers Arms Eldersfield, is renowned locally as a great place to stop off for a pint with its low ceilings and small seasonal menu for which they have been awarded a Michelin star. Corse Lawn House Hotel, a wonderfully characterful old country house with a smart restaurant for formal dining or a bistro for a more cosy informal experience. Both are seriously good dining experiences. You can walk to both of these, or cycle. If you are looking for a simple local pub, there are a lot of options but you will need to get in the car. Eating In We are passionate about using local produce and want to make it easy for you to cook local produce whist staying on the farm. You can get a list of where to buy local produce from Rosalind, or ask her to source it for you (this will incur an additional cost). However if you want to keep things simple and order from your usual online supermarket, all have previously delivered here. Available for pre-order Locally sourced, Full English Breakfast pack £12 for 2 people (please note this is to cook for yourself in the hut) BBQ pack made up to your specification. Transport You can book the use of 2 bicycles and have easy access to miles of country lanes and the local eateries. We can drive you to local attractions for a previously advised additional cost. For example to the local pub for lunch or supper, or to walk the full stretch of the Malvern Hills. Things for you to bring Wellington boots – the ground around the farm is likely to be wet or muddy. You are staying on a farm so please pack accordingly. If you need any advice please contact Rosalind. Be sure to check out the weather for GL19 4PG You need to bring everything that you would take when you go camping accept the tent. Eldersfield Tipi's 'Emma' and 'Jo' are our latest addition to our glamping experience here at Nash End Farm. Purchased from our friends Emma and Jo at the start of May 2014 in order to provide the much sort after experience of staying in a tipi.
                cottage
                1br cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                Picturesque countryside close to the Malvern Hills at Birtsmorton Worcestershire provides the setting for this delightful family farm. We are dog friendly- £25/week or £5/night for short stays. Adjoining its Georgian-style farmhouse is a charming self-contained holiday home with private entrance. A wealth of wildlife can be seen from the house including pheasants, partridge, woodpeckers, barn owls, buzzards swallows, lapwings, mistle thrushes, foxes, hares and rabbits. The sky on a clear night is amazing as there is no light-pollution. It's a perfect location for country-lovers, nature enthusiasts, bird watchers and walkers. It is all on 1 level with either tiles & wooden floors & underfloor heating. Mike &Jenny; are always on hand with friendly help and advice. Special facilities for disabled guests: Roll-in wet room. Lowered windowsill and plate glass patio doors enable you to enjoy the views even if you cannot get outside onto the level patio. The spacious kitchen/diner is fully equipped with an oil-fired Rayburn stove, fridge, microwave and gas cooker for all-day use with tea and coffee-making facilities. The bedroom has either a 'Superking' double or 2 single beds, and the low window here also gives a view across the fields while lying in bed! There's also a sofa-bed complete with private dressing alcove. There's also a sofa-bed complete with its own private dressing alcove for up to 2 extra guests £40/night/person on B&B; rates. The farm's secluded location puts it 'off-grid' so power is home-generated, but electricity for lighting, TV, computers and microwave is constantly available and the gas cooker provides hot water for drinks and cooking at any time. The owners' washing machine is available for use, also at any time. A light breakfast is provided. Check-in times are 16:00 – 18:00 Check-out until 10:00 Also provided are: Bed linen and towels. Flat-screen TV Free WiFi Small book library Bike storage Free parking for 4 cars (no reservation needed) 12-Herb garden Horse Riding Bring your own horses (up to 4) to stay at £5 per night. Horse & ponies can be hired locally for riding. We can do guided horse-rides in the many off-road areas close by or you can explore yourself. We are an excellent stopping-off point for many varied and interesting off-road riding places such as the Cotswolds, Bredon Hill, Forest of Dean and May Hill. The nearby Malverns offer many days' riding and straight out of the farm is Longdon Marsh. You can explore on your own or we can provide a guide. 3 people per night ÂŁ120. a well behaved dog is ÂŁ5/night/dog but ask when booking for confirmation. horse B&B; on request. we offer respite and supported stays ask for details. We offer holiday accommodation and B&B. We are 3 mins from wedding revue at Birtsmorton Court and 13 mins to Eastnor Castle. Horse B&B and guided rides on the Mavern Hills. A walkers delight with loads of footpaths. Dogs free. Respite care/supported holidays& physio. No light pollution so amazing skies on a clear night, toot your horn if sheep on drive Peaceful quiet spot.
                Hotel
                Excellent
                9 reviews
                3-star Hotel
                Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Malvern Museum, Malvern Theatres, and Great Malvern Priory. Roses Theatre and Tewkesbury Abbey are also within 9 mi (15 km).
                bungalow
                2br bungalow
                  Bungalow in Berrow, Malvern, Worcestershire - Great Location For Exploring Local Countryside And Places Of Interest A real gem of a getaway nestling at the foot of the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire this modern, clean 2 bedroom annex provides guests with a great rural retreat from which to explore the local area. We are right on the Worcestershire/Gloucestershire/Herefordshire border with all 3 cathedral city's within easy reach. Eastnor Castle is just a stones throw away with the pretty market town of Ledbury less than 10mins away. The Malvern Hills are on the doorstep and are popular with walkers, mountain bikers and those who love the great outdoors - sample the FREE spring water from over 30 wells dotted around the hills! Visit places which inspired Edward Elgar to write his music, or take in a show at the popular Malvern Theatre which attracts many big names from stage and screen. There is always something going on at the Three Counties Showground or down by the river at Upton Upon Severn with its numerous festivals. Less than 30 minutes away is the regency spa town of Cheltenham which is famous for its racing, fabulous for shopping, cultural and dining too. We are just 5 minutes off junction 2 of the M50 so not too remote. Bungalow in Berrow, Malvern, Worcestershire - Great Location For Exploring Local Countryside And Places Of Interest A real gem of a getaway nestling at the foot of the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire this modern, clean 2 bedroom annex provides guests with a great rur
                  house
                  2br house
                    This single-storey barn conversion in the village of Berrow near Ledbury and Malvern sleeps four people in two bedrooms. The Linney is an attractive single-storey barn conversion in the owners' grounds, in a scattered village called Berrow, in wonderful Worcestershire countryside near Malvern. The cottage has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner, along with a bathroom, double bedroom and a twin room which can be a super king-size double on request. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and a private garden, as well as use of the owner's pretty garden if desired. The Linney makes a wonderful base for visiting the Malvern Hills, the attractive towns of Cheltenham or Gloucester, or just exploring the beautiful countryside of Worcestershire and beyond into Herefordshire and the Cotswolds. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The scattered village of Berrow is situated in beautiful Worcestershire countryside, close to the border with Herefordshire. The village offers lovely walks, cycle routes and bridleways, as well as a village pub. Close by Pendock boasts a well-stocked shop, a stunning Grade I listed church, and earthworks from a village dating back to medieval times. Nearby Ledbury lies on the River Leadon and is famous for its numerous timbered buildings, including Ledbury Park, as well as the 17th century Market House in the town centre. Within driving distance are the beautiful Worcestershire town of Malvern, historic Gloucester and the spa town of Cheltenham. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This single-storey barn conversion in the village of Berrow near Ledbury and Malvern sleeps four people in two bedrooms. The Linney is an attractive single-storey barn conversion in the owners' grounds, in a scattered village called Berrow, in wonderful Worcestershire countryside near Malvern. The cottage has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner, along with a bathroom, double bedroom and a twin room which can be a super king-size double on request. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and a private garden, as well as use of the owner's pretty garden if desired. The Linney makes a wonderful base for visiting the Malvern Hills, the attractive towns of Cheltenham or Gloucester, or just exploring the beautiful countryside of Worcestershire and beyond into Herefordshire and the Cotswolds. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The scattered village of Berrow is situated in beautiful Worcestershire countryside, close to the border with Herefordshire. The village offers lovely walks, cycle routes and bridleways, as well as a village pub. Close by Pendock boasts a well-stocked shop, a stunning Grade I listed church, and earthworks from a village dating back to medieval times. Nearby Ledbury lies on the River Leadon and is famous for its numerous timbered buildings, including Ledbury Park, as well as the 17th century Market House in the town centre. Within driving distance are the beautiful Worcestershire town of Malvern, historic Gloucester and the spa town of Cheltenham. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                    Home/Apartment
                    1br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWe welcome dogs to staPlease ask as charges may apply. A wealth of wildlife can be seen from the house including pheasants, partridge, woodpeckers, barn owls, buzzards swallows, lapwings, mistle thrushes, foxes, hares and rabbits. Toot your horn if the sheep do not move out of the way on the drive. The sky on a clear night is amazing as there is no light-pollution. It’s a perfect location for country-lovers, nature enthusiasts, bird watchers, walkers, bikers & horse riders. Ramp access and all rooms on one level, making it ideal fo wheelchair users, elderly, infirm or visitors with special needs. Low-level windows in the sitting-room section offer unrestricted views of the surrounding countryside in several directions and French windows open onto a raised patio with garden furniture The bedroom sleeps 2 in either a super king size bed or 2 single beds. The double sofa bed sleeps 2 in the living area & we have 2 extra camp type beds for 2 more if wanted. Guest AccessThe spacious kitchen/diner is fully equipped with an oil-fired Rayburn stove, fridge, microwave and gas cooker for all-day use with tea and coffee-making facilities. There’s also a sofa-bed which sleeps 2 people in the living area complete with its own private dressing alcove. The tile and wood flooring throughout the building has underfloor central-heating. The farm’s secluded location puts it ‘off-grid’ so power is home-generated, but electricity for lighting, TV, computers and microwave is constantly available and the gas cooker provides hot water for drinks and cooking at any time. Our washing machine is available for use, also at any time. The bedroom has either a ‘Superking’ double or 2 single beds, and the low window here also gives a view across the fields while lying in bed! Also provided are:Bed linen and towels. Flat-screen TV and DVD Player Free WiF(URL HIDDEN) Small book and DVD library Bike storage Free parking for 4 cars (no reservation needed) 12-Herb garden Well-behaved dogs are welcome and we also offer livery for up to 4 horses. There is no-smoking throughout. Lowered windowsill and plate glass patio doors enable you to enjoy the views even if you cannot get outside onto the level patio. (URL HIDDEN) Interaction with GuestsThe cottage is private and you will be on your own with no other people around. We are usually about if you need anything but will respect your privacy. We can offer horse livery and guided rides of the Malvern hills and other areas or you can explore on your own. We offer respite and supported holidays Professional carers to assist with bathing and dressing can be provided to give your carer a break. Special facilities for disabled guests: Roll-in wet room. Lowered windowsill and plate glass patio doors enable you to enjoy the views even if you cannot get outside onto the level patio. Optional additional equipment all at no charge: folding wheelchair assisted shower chair 'bucket'type raised toilet seat with arms easy raiser bed table bed raisers commode trolley outdoor rollator The NeighborhoodWe are very rural. The cottage is in a 26 acre field with unspoiled views over the countryside towards the Malvern Hills. Yet we are 20 miles from M5 junction 7, 8 miles M5 junction 9, 9 miles from M50 junction 1 &5 miles M50 junction 2. Major towns near are Worcester 16 miles, Cheltenham 16 miles, Gloucester 15 miles, Hereford 23 miles, Malvern 9 miles,Ross on Wye 18 miles, Ledbury 8 miles,Ludlow 40 miles,Bristol airport 62 miles&Birmingham airport 53 miles. Ideal country lanes for walking of cycling as well as many footpaths across the fields. The local pubs have character and offer good beer and food.- Farmers Arms 5 minutes and Duke of York 7 minutes.The Three Counties Showground is 13 minutes. The local racecourses are in Cheltenham, Worcester, Ludlow and Hereford. There are good theatres in Malvern, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, & Worcester. Also many golf courses with in easy reach.Stratford on Avon is 35 miles. Getting AroundYou will need your own transport to get here and go out and about. Or have a bike. Other Things to NoteWe have a herb garden with 12 herbs you are welcome to use for cooking or in salads. National footpaths are 300 yards in many directions or the Malvern Hills are 8 mins away for vast areas of off road walking. Horses are welcome. There are off road rides from the farm. The Malvern Hills are 8 mins by car away. Close by are Bredon Hill, Forest of Dean, May Hill & the many areas in the Cotswolds.You can explore by yourself or I can offer guided rides. We offer respite and supported holidays which can give you a relaxing break or your career some time off. Physiotherapy is available on site from Jenny by arrangement. We are flexible with start days for a weeks or short break holiday -it can start on any day of the week. Also check in & check out times are flexible by prior arrangement.
                    Chalet
                    1br Chalet
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThis self-catering open plan studio is comfortably furnished, with downstairs kitchen, sitting and dining area and first floor double bedroom and bathroom with shower. The sofa turns into a bed to sleep an additional 2 people / children, therefore accommodating 4 in total. Outside there is an enclosed lawned area with furniture & BBQ and off road parking for 1-2 cars. Amenities include: Electric heaters, flat screen TV with Freeview, Free Wi Fi, washer / dryer, fridge, electric cooker, microwave. Bed linen and towels included. Well behaved dogs welcome. No smoking. Shop and pub 0.4 miles. Due to houses being built opposite the cottage and down the road, there may be some associated noise when outside between 8am and 5pm weekdays only. Other Things to NoteFinishing touches are currently being done to downstairs and photos will follow shortly.
                    barn
                    Excellent
                    2 reviews
                    2br barn
                      The Linney is a single storey barn conversion at the end of a quiet cul de sac,private road, near a Medieval church in Berrow. We are in a peaceful rural location,with easy access to the M5 or M50 motorways.Ideal walking base.Secure bicycle garage,bike mechanic on hand. An ideal base to explore the cathedral cities of Worcester,Hereford and Gloucester and the medieval towns of Ledbury,Malvern and Tewkesbury or many Cotswold villages.Near to Upton on Severn.and the Three Counties Showground. Village shop 2 miles,Popular Pub & restaurant1.1 miles. Living room with French doors/dining room/ kitchen,open plan with Oak wooden floors and tiles. 2 bedrooms,1 Double with french door,1 superking/ or twin( zip and link), with French door and roof window. Bathroom with shower attachment vanity basin and toilet. Beams throughout. Cosy wood burning stove in living room.Oil central heating. Bed linen and towels included.Small food welcome pack included, bread milk,cake etc.Tea and coffee. Freeview t.v.,D.V.D.,Radio, IPod dock,C.D. ELACTRIC cooker,Microwave,Dishwasher,use of washing machine. Private lawned garden,patio and garden furniture,1/3 acre shared gardens.BBQ. Parking 2 cars.No Smoking. Travel cot and highchair available.N.B fenced stream 22 metres away. No pets. A quiet hamlet of four converted barns,next to the Medieval Berrow Church. The Linney is situated at the end of a cul de sac in open countryside. A popular pub serving meals is just over a mile away. Countryside walks from the doorstep. Self catering or self catering bed and breakfast.
                      house
                      Good
                      2 reviews
                      1br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      This is an immaculately-presented detached, wooden lodge-style cottage located next door to the owner, in Welland, close to Malvern and can sleep two people in one bedroom in the studio accommodation. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This is an immaculately-presented detached, wooden lodge-style cottage located next door to the owner, in Welland, close to Malvern and can sleep two people in one bedroom in the studio accommodation. Region: Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                      bed and breakfasts
                      bed and breakfasts
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      • Wifi
                      Located in Malvern, Brook House is in a rural location and within the region of Great Malvern Priory and Malvern Museum. This bed & breakfast is within the region of Malvern Theatres and Tewkesbury Abbey. Make yourself at home in one of the 36 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request irons/ironing boards. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. A complimentary breakfast is included. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
                      cottage
                      1br cottage
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Luxury wooden lodge finished to a very high standard, perfect romantic getaway in the lovely village of Welland, right by the beautiful Malvern Hills, next to the Three Counties Showground and Upton Upon Severn, close to Cheltenham for the Gold Cup! Perfect base for dog walking and cycling with many pubs and restaurants very close by with some in walking distance.
                      hotel
                      18 reviews
                      hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      When visiting Malvern, Brook House is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
                      hotel
                      18 reviews
                      hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      When visiting Malvern, Brook House is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.