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Glamping Worcestershire: 27 Amazing Places You Need to Stay

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Planning a glamping trip to Worcestershire? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Hailing from the Malverns myself, not only am I a huge fan of Worcestershire but I also know all the best places to go glamping there. And you may or may not be surprised to hear that there is an amazing selection of places to choose from. From treehouses and shepherds huts to geodomes and safari tents, here are 27 amazing glamping holidays in Worcestershire.

1. Little Comberton Treehouses

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Price per night: From £242 for 4 people

Location: Little Comberton, nr Pershore

Why stay here: I spent my childhood exploring Little and Great Comberton as my grandparents lived there, which means I can firstly vouch for the surroundings at Little Comberton Treehouses. This really is some of Worcestershire’s best countryside! However, the main selling point of the treehouses is not their surroundings but just how luxurious they are. From the bubbling hot tub on the decking and the white rolltop bath inside to the ridiculously luxurious interiors filled with everything from a TV to a coffee machine, there’s nothing not to love about this place. And the best part is that despite its luxuries, you’ll still feel so close to nature here. The best of both worlds!

What guests say: “A truly wonderful stay in a peaceful perfect location. Life is about embracing different experiences and this was certainly one of them The treehouse offered pure charm, warmth, comfort and a touch of luxury. The welcome hamper pack and bubbly was a lovely touch and the hosts were supportive and always on hand when we needed them. A superb place in a lovely location with some great places to visit.”

2. Ockeridge Rural Retreats Shepherds Huts

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Price per night: From £99 for 2 people

Location: Ockeridge, nr Worcester

Why stay here: I mean, you’ve already seen that rolltop copper bathtub, I don’t think I need to say much else to win you over… It’s safe to say that Ockeridge Rural Retreats is one of the most luxurious glamping sites in Worcestershire. Home to four modern and beautifully designed shepherds huts, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape or a family holiday, in each hut you’ll find modern luxuries such as a fully-fitted kitchen with a Belfast sink, an ensuite with a handmade bathtub, a king-sized bed, LCD TV, and more.

What guests say: “This is such a lovely place with amazing views and plenty of walks to go on. The shepherd’s hut had everything you could want and more!! The little details that had been thought out, such as the little tuck shop full of snacks, and we had the best night sleep that we had in a long time. My only regret was not staying here for longer!” 

3. Redhill Domes

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Price per night: From £170 for 2 people

Location: Redhill, Whitbourne

Why stay here: Redhill Holidays offer one of the most unique glamping offerings in Worcestershire, with four luxury domes to choose from, each featuring a private outdoor living space and hot tub. It’s great that the outdoor space is so well-equipped because let’s be honest, you stay here for the views. So it’s a good thing that the domes are built on a raised platform to maximise the view across to the Malverns. Sunbathing, anyone?

What guests say: “For anyone wondering if they should book, my advice is – get a wriggle on! The whole place is beautiful. The Domes have been so cleverly designed, everything you need and more for a glamping break away is provided. The freshly baked bread on arrival was a really nice touch and it was delicious! No chance of being cold either, the log burner certainly kept the cold away. A hot tub and big fluffy fresh towels, oh and slippers and robes too!” 

4. Up Sticks Safari Tents

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Price per night: From £90 for 6 people

Location: Birtsmorton, nr Malvern

Why stay here: If you’re looking to get a little closer to nature, without compromising on any modern luxuries, then Up Sticks Glamping is one of the best glamping holidays in Worcestershire for you! Nestled in the Malvern Hills amid some of the county’s best scenery, there’s so much to love about these tents. Firstly, they are beautifully furnished with a mix of vintage finds, tree trunks and up-cycled furniture. Secondly, they are fully equipped with everything from comfy beds and hot showers to kitchens, electricity and Wi-Fi. Oh and that’s not to forget the private wood-fired hot tub you get to soak in! This really is paradise. Top tip: head to the quaint little horse box to stock up on locally produced meats, milk, bread, ice cream and other goodies.

What guests say: “The tents are glorious with all the luxury you could wish for (including electric blankets and Prosecco on arrival). Beautifully cleaned throughout with separate bathrooms for guests. Fantastic hosts who were really helpful. Hot tub was great. Lovely location for Malvern Hills with great walks on your doorstep and plenty of pubs nearby the way at. Couldn’t recommend highly enough.”

5. Lilla Stugan Cabin

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Price per night: From £120 for 2 people

Location: Alfrick, nr Suckley

Why stay here: Cute, cosy and compact, the Swedish Lilla Stugan Cabin is one of the most romantic glamping holidays in Worcestershire. You’ll find Swedish details at every turn, from the Scandinavian reds and blues and library of Moomin books to a loo decorated with vintage ABBA records. The cabin is set at the bottom of its very own apple orchard, so the surroundings are nothing short of picturesque too. And when you get to soak up the views from your private wood-fired hot tub, you really have nothing to complain about!

What guests say: “It was magical. Fantastic facilities, outside kitchen, inside cooking, log burning stove, BBQ, fire pit, great loo & shower, such a comfy bed, everything you could need is supplied. The cabin is situated at the bottom of a beautiful apple orchard & close to the weir and the old paper mill. A nature reserve is just next door but we didn’t have to enter the nature reserve, nature came to us!”

6. Broad Oak Shepherds Hut 

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Price per night: From £77 for 2 people

Location: Hanley Castle, nr Malvern

Why stay here: If you’re going glamping in Worcestershire, you’re pretty much guaranteed good views. But that’s especially the case here. If Broad Oak Shepherds Hut does anything well, it’s beautiful surroundings. Its lakeside location and glorious green fields will quickly make you feel far from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you go for a walk, a picnic by the lake, or just admire the views of the Malvern Hills from your private decking, you’ll feel like you’re in paradise. And inside, the story is much the same. The hut comprises a cosy double bed, log burner, small kitchenette, and lots of other vintage additions!

What guests say: “Wonderful stay at the Shepherds Hut. I chose to stay there for a relaxing getaway over the weekend and it was exactly as I expected (perhaps even better!). The view is stunning, especially when the sun sets. You’ve everything you need for cooking and not far to walk if you need some supplies. I had fun painting and wandering around the area. Charlotte left some homemade cookies with me which were delicious and very thoughtful.”

7. Stone Farm Rural Escapes Safari Tents 

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Price per night: From £165 for 6 people

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Location: Lineholt, nr Stourport-on-Severn

Why stay here: Nestled in the valley of the River Severn, you’ll find two luxurious safari tents at Stone Farm Rural Escapes. A real home-away-from-home, their open-plan living spaces are ideal for relaxing or entertaining, whether you visit with your partner, friends, or all the family! The modern and stylish interiors are fully furnished with everything you could need for a self-catering break. But the best part is that both safari tents overlook two beautiful lakes so the views are second-to-none. And you can enjoy them right from the comfort of your spacious covered veranda! Win, win.

What guests say: “Great decor, very comfy and homely. The linen was gorgeous and the beds were very comfy. The log burner was excellent and warmed the whole place so quickly. We loved all the chunky wooden furniture, esp the bunk beds. The little electric heater kept the cool off through the night. We had a fabulous day out in Ludlow and the kids couldn’t wait to get back to the lodge to explore.”

8. Abberton Shepherds Hut

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Price per night: From £100 for 4 people

Location: Abberton, nr Pershore

Why stay here: Their slogan is ‘Stay for a while. Remember forever.’ and that perfectly describes what a stay at Abberton Shepherds Hut is like. It really does look like a little slice of paradise and I’m already daydreaming about eating my breakfast alfresco overlooking the golden fields. If that’s not heaven, I don’t know what is! Handcrafted from a single ash tree, the hut benefits from many luxuries such as a fully-fitted kitchen, ensuite bathroom, TV, Wi-Fi, and more. Guests can enjoy complimentary toiletries and essentials such as tea, coffee, milk, butter, and jam, and you can even request fresh eggs, pork, lamb, sausages and beef from the farm! Delicious.

What guests say: “The hut was well equipped with everything we could possibly need. It was beautifully decorated and very cosy. We had the most relaxing, peaceful time. Both nights we used the BBQ and sat outside playing board games. We went for some lovely beautiful walks. Living in a city, it was a true delight to indulge in the gorgeous countryside. We had total privacy. The hosts were extremely helpful and friendly. The children loved collecting the eggs from the hens.”

9. Hollings Hill Farm Log Cabins

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Price per night: From £123 for 6 people

Location: Mathon, nr Malvern

Why stay here: Ever fancied staying in a cabin in the wilderness of America or Canada? Okay, so these cabins might not be across the pond but it’s basically the next best thing. (And all without the price tag!) One of my favourite glamping sites in Worcestershire, Hollings Hill Farm is home to two log cabins and a further four safari tents if you fancy getting a little closer to nature. No matter which option you go for, you’ll enjoy long hot tub soaks, relaxing on your decking, exploring the farm, and meeting all the animals. You won’t even have to venture off-site because the honesty shop provides everything you could need and more!

What guests say: “It was the perfect break away from it all! Fantastic location for walking the Malvern Hills. We received a warm and friendly greeting from Faye and her lovely children on arrival. The cabin was equipped with everything we needed. We spent the days walking the hills and the autumnal evenings sat around the log fire by candlelight playing board games.”

10. Arthur Owl Narrowboat 

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Price per night: From £100 for 4 people

Location: Droitwich Spa

Why stay here: For one of the more unusual glamping holidays in Worcestershire, book a stay on Arthur Owl Narrowboat. This stylish boutique boat is well-equipped to host four people across a king-sized bedroom and a living area with a king-sized sofa bed. On top of that, you also get a kitchen, free Wi-Fi, two TVs, and a Bose speaker to play your music. You’ll spend your time cosying up inside and taking long walks along the beautiful Droitwich Canal. Sounds heavenly to me!

11. Bowbrook Safari Tents

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Price per night: From £246 for 4 people

Location: Pinvin, nr Pershore

Why stay here: Bowbrook Safari Tents might just be some of my favourite safari tents I’ve ever laid my eyes on! Ridiculously modern? Check. Wood-fired hot tub? Check. Fully-fitted kitchen and bathroom? Check and check! If you want to sleep under the stars, without comprising on any of the luxuries of home, this is the best place to go glamping in Worcestershire. Enjoy clear night skies wrapped up around the fire pit while toasting marshmallows, before cosying up in your sumptuous king-sized bed. It’s the best of both worlds here.

What guests say: “The stay was absolutely incredible. It’s such a quirky and unique thing to stay in. We couldn’t fault the place, it was exceptionally clean and the beds were so comfy. If you are looking for somewhere different to stay this is definitely the place to book, it was so much better than we expected and the host was fantastic.”

12. Bowbrook Glamping Pods

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Price per night: From £150 for 2 people

Location: Pinvin, nr Pershore

Why stay here: If you like the sound of Bowbrook but are looking for an alternative accommodation option, their Glamping Pods might just fit the bill. Here you can enjoy the same clear night skies from your hot tub but while having a proper Cedar-clad roof over your head, instead of canvas. Glamping pods are one of the most common glamping options but these are a league above the rest! Modern and beautifully designed, they not only look the part but are also well-equipped too. Dine alfresco while soaking up the views before jumping into bed in front of the TV.

What guests say: “It was absolutely perfect. Two lodges, two luxury safari tents and a converted stable just around the corner, meant that each family group could have separate accommodation whilst being near each other for outdoor picnics, games and BBQs. We enjoyed our private hot tubs, plenty of space for the kids to run around and near some lovely tourist spots.”

13. Cosy Shepherds Hut 

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Price per night: From £125 for 2 people

Location: Foxlydiate, nr Redditch

Why stay here: Is this Cosy Shepherds Hut the cutest thing you’ve ever seen or is it the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? From the mint exterior to the rocking chairs on the decking, the bespoke hut is bursting with cuteness. However, there’s more to this hut than simply what it looks like! The interior is cosy and well-equipped, and outside, you’ll discover your own private beach bar, bubbling hot tub and BBQ. What’s not to love?

What guests say: “Carmel’s place is so unique and very relaxing. We felt like we had our own private campsite with thoughtful touches and such a peaceful atmosphere surrounded by nature. Everything you could need was already there from tea, coffee and breakfasts to shower gels and a great selection of drinks behind the bar (with an honest box) and Carmel is so welcoming.”

14. Rosebud Meadow Pods

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Price per night: From £60 for 4 people

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Location: Welland, nr Malvern

Why stay here: Rosebud Meadow Pods are set in a picturesque pocket of Worcestershire countryside. The site itself may feel more like a camping site, thanks to your proximity to other pods, but the pods themselves are far from camping. Fully insulated and double-glazed with electricity, the pods comprise a built-in double bed, two pull out single beds, a kettle, mini-fridge, and flatscreen TV and DVD player. Kids will love a stay here too, with pygmy goats, Golden Guernsey goats, micro pigs, and miniature horses roaming the grounds.

What guests say: “The pod we stayed in was spacious, warm and had a very comfortable bed. It also comes with two chairs directly outside which are sheltered, perfect for if it rains. Each pod gets their own private toilet and shower, a very short walk away, something we’ve never seen before at a camping or glamping site, but a very welcome surprise. There are also kitchen facilities in a separate shelter, just next to the pods.”

15. The Fleece Inn Gypsy Caravan

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Price per night: From £97.50 for 2 people

Location: Bretforton, nr Evesham

Why stay here: Book a stay in The Fleece Inn Gypsy Caravan and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. (In the best way possible!) This bow top caravan comprises a cosy double bed and wood-burning stove, with a separate shower room in a secluded private area just a stone’s throw away. The caravan itself is set within a private fenced area with a little deck to whittle away the hours on. And the best part is that it’s set on the grounds of a pub, meaning your complimentary breakfast can be served in your garden or in the pub! Yum.

What guests say: “The caravan was so well equipped with fresh towels, tea and coffee making facilities, a wood burner, and a beautiful looking bed with lovely linen and scatter cushions. Absolutely spotless too. Breakfast was included and Nigel, the landlord, was there to welcome us and waited on us brilliantly. Beautiful breakfast with local produce and cooked to perfection.”

16. Blackmore Ready Club Safari Tents

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Price per night: From £30 for 6 people

Location: Hanley Swan, nr Malvern

Why stay here: If you’re looking to go glamping in Worcestershire without emptying your pockets too much then look no further than the cheap (and seriously cheerful!) Blackmore Ready Club Safari Tents. Sleeping up to six people, the tents comprise a double bed, triple bunk bed, a pull-out bed, and a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and living area. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets from your covered veranda and get ready to return to the “real world” feeling completely rejuvenated.

17. Spacious and Luxurious Shepherds Hut 

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Price per night: From £182 for 4 people

Location: Birtsmorton, nr Malvern

Why stay here: It’s safe to say that this Shepherds Hut is one of the most spacious shepherds huts I’ve ever seen! Rather than feeling cramped inside, you’ve got a load of space for work, play, and everything in between. The question isn’t ‘Should you book a stay here?’ but more ‘Should I cosy up in the king-sized bed or in the outdoor hot tub first?’. Yep, that’s right, book a stay here and you’ll soon find yourself soaking to your heart’s content in the sunken wood-fired hot tub on your private deck. Dreamy? I think so.

What guests say: “We could not have asked for anything more. Beautifully clean, stunning location..a true rural gem. The hot tub was easy to use and we used it throughout our stay. The owners are marvellous and on hand if you need anything at all. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to stay here. Thanks for having us!” 

18. The Hatch Cabin

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Price per night: From £92 for 6 people

Location: Lindridge, nr Tenbury Wells

Why stay here: I can’t decide what I love most about The Hatch Cabin: the cosy interiors or the views from its private covered veranda. It’s a close call but I think the views have to take the win! Take in the views from the veranda or put on your walking shoes and explore the 35 acres of rolling hills, ancient woodland, orchards, gardens and lakes right on your doorstep. However, there’s so much to discover inside too! From colourful art and quirky objects to vibrant rugs and comfy cushions, the cabin is pretty much the definition of eclectic. 

What guests say: “We really enjoyed our stay.  Best glamping yet – and we are experienced glampers.  The Hatch was warm, comfortable, well equipped, clean. The view across the fields was vast, so my children could run free and play with the cows whilst I still had an eye on them. I would sit and read a book by the fire whilst my boys crafted swords out of sticks – very relaxing. “

19. Bells Farm Bell Tents

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Price per night: From £100 for 5 people

Location: Crossway Green, nr Stourport-on-Severn

Why stay here: Looking to get closer to nature? Then look no further than the deluxe five-metre Bells Farm Bell Tents. While the tents are impressive, the real draw of this place is everything you can get up to on-site! A gourmet adventure for all the family, there’s a farm shop on-site, stocking award-winning local and farm produce from burgers to beers, as well as a ‘pick your own’ open every day of your stay. You’ll soon find yourself sipping on a beer and munching on strawberries in no time. And if that wasn’t enough for entertainment, you can also explore the open farm space, go go-karting and fishing, or cook dinner in a wood-fired pizza oven.

What guests say: “A group of 26 of us (all c. 25 y/o) stayed here for three nights and everything was perfect. The facilities are brilliant and all spotlessly clean (showers, electricity, storeroom, fridge/freezer, toilets, sinks etc.) as are the tipis, which comfortably slept four adults each. The temperature really dropped at night so the fire pit outside and log-burning stoves inside the tents were brilliant (as well as the mini hot-water bottles!).”

21. Malvern Holiday Park Shepherds Huts 

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Price per night: From £40 for 3 people

Location: Berrow, nr Malvern

Why stay here: Malvern Holiday Park Shepherds Huts take chic to a whole new level. Home to five bespoke shepherds huts, there’s something to suit every taste. However, what they all have in common are simple yet beautiful interiors and even better surroundings. Some huts even benefit from added luxuries such as a TV and ensuite, and even they start at only £50 a night. Glamping on a budget has never looked better!

What guests say: “Cannot rate it highly enough! It was the right balance of basic and comfortable and was so cosy with the wood burner! My two friends and I thoroughly enjoyed this stay, meeting lots of friendly people and of course walking around the beautiful countryside. The toilet and shower facilities were very clean and pleasant to use, and everything was made so easy for us.”

22. Honey Pod Farm Pods

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Location: Newbridge Green, Upton-upon-Severn

Why stay here: The aptly-named Honey Pod Farm Pods are one of the most unique kinds of glamping accommodation in Worcestershire. I mean, when you think of glamping pods, you probably don’t think of a hive-themed pod, do you? But that’s exactly what you’ll find here! These un-bee-lievably cute (sorry I had to do it!) pods offer something a little different. Stargazing right from the comfort of your own bed sound good? Well, you can do just that here. Each pod also has a double bed, bunk beds and two pull out beds, and a wood-burning stove to keep you snug at night.

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What guests say: “We had an amazing time! The pods are lovely and they have thought of everything to make your stay stress free. My children had the best time, they loved the animals, toasting marshmallows and playing on the rope swing and slide. There were even some fun games in the kitchen area that they loved. Great communication and just an overall lovely break away.”

23. The Firs Safari Tent 

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Price per night: From £100 for 6 people

Location: Welland, nr Malvern

Why stay here: Stargazing by the log burner while surrounded by the twinkling magic of fairy lights. If that sentence wasn’t enough to persuade you to book a stay in The Firs Safari Tent, then I don’t know what is. However, just rest assured that both the interior and exterior of these tents is something special. The veranda is the perfect spot to watch the world go by with its heavy table and benches together with the fire pit for cooking. So grab a slice of cake from your complimentary welcome hamper and get ready to relax!

What guests say: “The tent is spacious and well equipped with very comfortable beds. Gone are the days of not sleeping well because of the hard ground! The kitchen (in a separate block) is well equipped and I loved the quirkiness of the door. Shower block with good showers and facilities. A great place to get away from it all!”

24. Plum Tree Glamping Bell Tents

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Price per night: From £95 for 2 people

Location: Hill Furze, Pershore

Why stay here: Plum Tree Glamping is one of the more back-to-basics glamping sites in Worcestershire but that doesn’t make it any less special! There are two bell tents to choose from, Egg Plum and Greengage, both of which come complete with a double bed and their own eco-friendly compost toilet and gas shower in a separate handmade hut. Outside each hut, there’s a private picnic table so you can dine alfresco and make the most of the complimentary bottle of prosecco that awaits your arrival.

What guests say: “Quite simply, outstanding! We were honestly blown away. It was the trip that kept on giving. A long getaway of pure tranquillity, happiness and surrounded by wonderful nature. Maggy is one of a kind, there was nothing that she had not offered or thought of. We were totally spoiled and I will let you see for yourselves what surprises await you.”

25. Canvas and Clover Safari Tents

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Price per night: From £95 for 5 people

Location: Holt Heath, nr Worcester

Why stay here: If you’re looking for the ultimate eco-friendly glamping holiday in Worcestershire then look no further than Canvas and Clover Safari Tents. So where to start with their sustainability initiatives? Well, with a Gold Award from Green Tourism under their belt there’s plenty to cover! From solar power, energy-efficient bulbs and a bug hotel to locally sourced breakfast baskets, upcycled furniture and eco-friendly cleaning products, they go out of their way to do their bit for the planet. And that’s not to mention that you’ll get a discount on your stay if you travel there by public transport or by bike! Get cycling, guys.

What guests say: “Wendy and her family have thought of everything – each tent has a double bed and three singles, complete with thick duvets and hot water bottles for colder nights. Each tent also has a fire pit and a basket of wood included. The communal area had loads of games and toys for the kids. The toilets and showers were also very clean. Matt and Wendy made pizzas on Friday night with their own wood-fired pizza oven which was a nice treat”

26. Hidden Valley Bell Tents

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Price per night: From £40 unfurnished and £70 furnished

Location: Highwood, nr Tenbury Wells

Why stay here: Simple yet stylish, Hidden Valley Bell Tents is easily one of the most romantic places to go glamping in Worcestershire. The bell tent area of their family-run campsite gives the two tents their own privacy and plenty of space to sit outside around the campfire and enjoy the countryside views. Inside, both tents are beautifully furnished with everything you could need for a comfortable stay. And outside, they come complete with their own wood-burning stove, fire pit, grill, kettle, and cooking tripod with a Dutch Oven. So whether you fancy some toast or a roast dinner, you’ll be able to knock it up!

What guests say: “Perfect in every way. Just how you imagine. Gorgeous pristine five-metre bell tent slept two plus a wee one of six years. Such a stunning spot – the tent is private yet near the eco loo and shower set up. Loved the outdoor kitchen and fire pit – cosy fire inside too. All that you need – super comfy bed. Great little honesty shop. Lovely walks on-site and a woodland path nearby for little adventures.”

27. Alpaca Yurt Retreat

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Price per night: From £90 for 6 people

Location: Chadwich, nr Bromsgrove

Why stay here: Tucked away in a quiet corner on the grounds of the Cadbury family’s former manor holiday home, you’ll find the spacious and aptly named Alpaca Yurts. You won’t just be sharing your yurt with up to five others but also the alpacas who you can take for walks up the viewpoint of Wasley Hill. But it’s not just about your surroundings here! The authentic Mongolian yurts are beautifully decorated and ridiculously spacious too. This isn’t a glamping accommodation you’ll feel claustrophobic in, that’s for sure!

What guests say: “What fun! This was our first stay in a yurt and our five-year-old was super excited! So much room for him to play (he loved the woods!), lovely areas for meditation/quiet time, and the yurt was lovely and big. Each yurt had a designated bathroom (toilet, sink and shower) in the main house, which was very welcomed, and the water was lovely and hot! The staff were wonderfully friendly.” 

 

So there you have it: 27 amazing glamping holidays in Worcestershire! It’s safe to say you’ve got an amazing selection of glamping holidays in Worcestershire to pick from. But which of them are you most desperate to go on? Please let me know in the comments below!

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