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Glamping Herefordshire

Glamping Herefordshire family holidays

A historic county in the West Midlands, Herefordshire borders the English counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Gwent and Powys. Sparsely populated and predominantly rural, the county contains not one but two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the Wye Valley and the Malvern Hills. Whether you want to visit the market towns of Bromyard, Ross-on-Wye and Bromyard or the castle ruins in Mortimer Country or just relax in the scenic camping sites, there is something captivating for everyone on your Herefordshire glamping getaway.

Spend time together in the countryside

If you dream of a comfortable and relaxing family holiday without modern intrusions the look no further than this peaceful part of the UK. A stay in a farm here is filled with tranquility, inviting you in relax into the rhythm of nature in the company of farm animals such as goats, chickens, cows and ponies.

Amazing and relaxing glamping holidays

Feather Down farms have their much loved glamping site in a farm orchard, set against the backdrop of the scenic Malvern Hills. An hour’s drive from Cotswolds brings you to this tranquil place. The area is an absolite heaven for walkers, with many miles of footpaths waiting to be explored.

The best loved holidays in a safe environment

Luxury camping in the countryside here will give you a chance to enjoy the peace of nature while you discover the outdoors. Enjoy a fun and affordable family holiday with good facilities and array of activities. Children will be thrilled to have a real experience of a working dairy farm in rustic surroundings. Come and experience the countryside at our wonderful glamping site in Herefordshire.

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Glamping Herefordshire , Average customer rating

  • 8.8
    Mrs Duszynska - From Fri 13 Apr

    Country walks, tour of the farm

    10.0
    Mrs Smith - From Fri 06 Apr

    Walk the Worcester Beacon, Westons cider mill is good for a rainy day.

    8.8
    Mrs Hutton - From Mon 02 Apr

    Relax and enjoy

  • 10.0
    Mrs Daley - From Fri 30 Mar

    Quick drive to Eastnor castle.... great fun for the kids. Great pubs for dinner and lunch in Ledbury!

    10.0
    Mrs Redding - From Fri 06 Oct

    Walking ( great Malvern walks app), Ledbury for an hour of mooching and shopping, and the farm tour at Hollings HIll. The Nags Head Pub in Gt. Malvern.

    7.5
    Mrs Richardson - From Fri 29 Sep

    Malvern Hills walk was excellent

  • 10.0
    Mrs Timmins - From Mon 21 Aug

    Don't miss the farm tour. Take a wander round the local paths, fantastic scenery.

    8.8
    Mrs Hudson - From Fri 28 Jul

    The maize maze, the Morgan factory, Ledbury.

    8.8
    Mr. Jacobs - From Fri 07 Jul

    Symonds Yat - gorgeous riverside hamlet with a short walk to the 'best view in the south of England'

  • 10.0
    Mr Miles - From Fri 07 Jul

    A tip would be to bring a a few more food bits, the honesty shop is very handy for extra bits but not something to rely on.

    10.0
    Mrs New - From Fri 07 Jul

    Take a gas stove for a quick cuppa. Expect some flies so take a lotion or spray to deter them!

    10.0
    Mrs Bye - From Fri 30 Jun

    Go to the British Camp and do the walk there for the amazing views of the Malvern Hills. Be sure to stop in the British Hotel afterwards for a drink

  • 8.8
    Mrs Waddyingham - From Fri 23 Jun

    If you want a hot cuppa early in the morning take your own gas stove as the main one in the tent takes a long time to get hot. The view from the top of the Malvern Hills is fantastic and it's only a 20 min walk to the top.

    10.0
    Mrs Mchugh - From Fri 16 Jun

    Ledbury is lovely Fruit picking at court farm & leisure was excellent Newbridge farm was brilliant

    10.0
    Mrs Aspin - From Mon 29 May

    Lots to do in the area, great food at The Oak pub at Staplow. We enjoyed lots of Herefordshire countryside and visited a couple of lovely NT properties locally.

  • 10.0
    Mrs Crosby - From Fri 19 May

    We drove to Malvern, walked up to the Beacon - good signs to parking and paths

    10.0
    Mrs. Siddall - From Fri 19 May

    Check that Easton Castle is open before you go! (It wasn't when we went doh.) A walk in the Malvern Hills was awesome and shop in Ledbury on their high street.

    8.8
    Mrs Mcmurray - From Mon 17 Apr

    Make sure you don't over cater and rather buy local goods from a nearby shop . The cold water was an issue , and boiling the kettle takes 2hrs plus , bring lots of candles and warm coats

  • 10
    Heapes - From Fri 02 Dec

    Ledbury is a very pretty town. There's a lovely walk beginning at Hollings Hills farm up along a bridleway. Fabulous views.

    8.8
    Chin - From Fri 18 Nov

    We haven't got chance to go around as the weather was stormy.

    10
    Mrs. Steimberg - From Fri 21 Oct

    Ledbury and Malvern are gorgeous. Don't plan too much - enjoy your surroundings and being with each other

  • 10
    Mrs. Youles - From Tue 30 Aug

    The farm tour is a must!

    10
    Mr. Alam - From Tue 30 Aug

    We never actually left our site as the children were happy running around feeding the horses and pigs. They thoroughly enjoyed being shown around the farm and seeing the new born calfs and petting them. We asked if we could try some of the fresh milk which Austin and his wife were more than pleased about and it was delicious! I'd take some extra dish washing soap and some paper plates to save you washing up. The honesty shop is great and has the basic things, milk, wonderful bottled juice, sugar, pasta, coffee etc. I strongly recommend bringing your own coffee beans if you have a preference or buying a bag from the honesty shop as there is a wall coffee grinder in the tents and the coffee beans in the honesty shop were amazing! If you have children they will enjoy feeding the pigs who are always happy to eat your scraps they everything apart from meat! Spend time talking to Austin and Faye and their lovely children they are so interesting and the type of people you could spend all day and every day talking to. We can't wait to go back! See you all Austin, Faye, Grace, Alice, George and Fred we miss you all terribly!

    7.5
    Mr. Belshaw - From Mon 22 Aug

    Take LONG cooks matches. Take a camping stove for morning tea first thing Learn how to light fires. Go to Puzzlewood and Clearwell Caves. The Full Pitcher at Ledbury (around the all other traffic loop) does decent carvery dinners. Take actin of effective fly spray

  • 10
    Mrs. Merrington - From Fri 29 Jul

    Puzzlewood in Coleford is truly magical. Eastnor Castle has great entertainment for the children - a maze, an adventure playground, the castle and the tree trail.

    10
    Mrs. Hickson - From Mon 18 Jul

    Climb the Malverns, explore Ledbury town, chillout at the farm

    8.8
    Mr. Snelling - From Fri 01 Jul

    the wood burning stove in the tent needs a lot of effort and time to heat up sufficiently enough to boil water, the stove outside was much more effective.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Wooding - From Fri 10 Jun

    A trip to Malvern was brilliant c

    10.0
    Mrs. Lea - From Fri 10 Jun

    Local market towns of historical interest.

    10.0
    Mrs. Priestnall - From Fri 10 Jun

    We had a lovely meal at the Kilcot Inn in Newent.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Ashley - From Mon 30 May

    1. Climb Herefordshire Beacon - pay & display car park and tea, cake and sensibly priced bottled water at the start/end of the walk. Amazing views. 2. Ludlow Castle, Ludlow town and Ludlow food centre 3. Hereford has a leisure pool (wave machine and one slide) and a cinema for a rainy day.

    8.8
    Mrs. Dye - From Fri 27 May

    Croome is a great family day out. Walking in the Malverns - good paths which are accessible for kids.

    10.0
    Mrs. Green - From Fri 09 Oct

    ledbury and malvern are well worth a visit. The red lion pub is excellent for a local meal.

  • 6.3
    Mrs. O'connor - From Fri 21 Aug

    Please remove chewing gum from the bed head and hoover the shelves in the bedrooms.Climbing the Malvern Hills was great.Book into a decent pub for food and check out what times they serve food! All the decent pubs were fully booked and when we escaped the pouring rain/very slow cooking facilities we couldn't get in anywhere.Check out where to buy food before you arrive (including opening times), e.g. we couldn't find anywhere open on Saturday afternoon.

    10.0
    Mrs. Small - From Fri 21 Aug

    Don't...just stay on site and relax :)

    10.0
    Mr. Pearson - From Fri 14 Aug

    Just enjoy and relax

  • 8.8
    Mr. Davey-Brown - From Mon 10 Aug

    The Malvern hills walk was great with amazing views. The farm tour and milking the cows was both educational and great fun.

    10.0
    Mrs. Maynard Seath - From Mon 03 Aug

    Eastnor castle is worth a visit though tea room there very exspensive. Our daughter loved the maze there. Just playing on the farm is great fun. Chickens don't always lay but fun to look after. Suggest you take biggers candles or extra lighting as is difficult to see in the evenings to play games. Worth trying to use outdoor ovens as the outside wood is free. Take a flask to fill up with hot water for tea in the morning as warming water etc is a slow process. Fun though as it makes you slow down and relax.

    8.8
    Miss Reeves - From Fri 31 Jul

    Why go anywhere? Just stay on the farm, learn about how it operates and just relax!

  • 7.5
    Mrs. Butcher - From Mon 20 Jul

    The Morgan car factory is a great trip out. Need to book a factory tour in advance. Great Malvern makes for a lovely day out as does Brockhampton Estate one of the National Trust sites.

    7.5
    Mrs. Butcher - From Mon 20 Jul

    The Morgan car factory is a great trip out. Need to book a factory tour in advance. Great Malvern makes for a lovely day out as does Brockhampton Estate one of the National Trust sites.

    8.8
    Mrs. Mcgarrigle - From Mon 13 Jul

    Ledbury is a pretty town with good shops and we enjoyed a great day out at the Severn Valley Steam Railway which was an hour away. The only down side to this location is that there is nothing within walking distance, at least not with two small boys. In saying that, the nearest pub, the Red Lion Inn is worth a visit with great, well priced food and hospitable landlord.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Longley - From Fri 10 Jul

    The local cherry picking farm was great fun.

    10.0
    Mrs. Barlow - From Mon 06 Jul

    Head for the hills!

    10.0
    Mrs. Simpson - From Fri 26 Jun

    Verzon House - beautiful.Take a camping stove to heat up water for drinks - a lot quicker than the main stove.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Mccann - From Mon 22 Jun

    Strawberry picking at Clive's!!

    10.0
    Miss Welton - From Fri 19 Jun

    Great malvern lovely to potter around nice places to eat

    10.0
    Mr. Knowles - From Mon 08 Jun

    There is an abundance of beautiful National Trust properties within the area, all well worth a visit. We also visited Puzzle Wood which was a great trip out. We would also recommend the Kilcot Inn, we had a lovely meal there. It has a spacious garden overlooking the countryside with an assortment of things for the children to play on at one end.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Hollingworth - From Mon 01 Jun

    Yes stay on the farm! There is so much to do. From feeding the lambs, to seeing calves that have just been born, milking the cows, seeing the goat, feeding the cows and horses. The peace and quiet is so tranquil! Looking out in the sunshine over the fields of cows and horses, hot tub heating up by the log burner, the chickens clucking around your feet and trying to drink your tea, collecting your fresh eggs each morning! Absolute bliss!

    8.8
    Mrs. Rice - From Fri 17 Apr

    The adventure playground in Worcester was fantastic for our children (4 & 6).

    10.0
    Mrs. Coulson - From Mon 13 Apr

    We made brief trips to Malvern and Ledbury and enjoyed exploring these towns. We had a nice family meal at The Red Lion. Mostly, we loved having nowhere to be and enjoyed spending time together, being outdoors, playing games and relaxing in the hot tub!

  • 10.0
    Mr. Shadbolt - From Tue 07 Apr

    No we enjoyed the farm so much that we didn't feel the need to go anywhere else.

    8.8
    Mrs. Flynn - From Tue 07 Apr

    We pretty much just stayed on the farm!

    10.0
    Mrs. Roberts - From Fri 03 Apr

    Climb up to the Worcestershire Beacon from West Malvern, also Red Lion pub was great and really child-friendly.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Sadler - From Fri 03 Apr

    Bring scented candle for toilet. It worked well and nicer than chemical cleaners. More in keeping with the place. Bring lots of extra tea lights. Bring strong torches. Gets dark early. Bring additional blankets and sleeping bags. Nights are very cold. Bedding provided not adequate.

    8.8
    Mrs. Goldspink - From Mon 27 Oct

    We actually didn't move from the site. It was a nice change for us to do absolutely nothing! We did venture into Ledbury on our way home which is a nice town and found a great little cider shop selling all the local produce.

    10.0
    Mr. Valente - From Fri 24 Oct

    If you stay at Hollins Hill Farm then be sure to visit the nearby town of Ledbury as the shops, restaurants and people are so lovely! Sudbury castle nearby is a fantastic day trip that was the home to Henry VIII and the ghost tour is a great experience even for the littles ones as it's not scary but the insights are great! _x000D_ _x000D_ Take limited clothes as you will basically wear the same waterproof pants and jumper daily as it's genuinely all you need but definitely take as much wood and kindling as your car can manage and a good powerful torch!

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Minards - From Fri 22 Aug

    Ledbury is a lovely little town, handy for some shopping and a wander round. Hereford is charming, and the Mappa Mundi in the cathedral fascinating. Good place to shop too. _x000D_ _x000D_ Best thing to do though is enjoy the views at the farm especially from the hot tub!

    10.0
    Mr. Marsh - From Mon 11 Aug

    Just ask the farmer and his family as they know the area well,we did.

    10.0
    Mr. Hardwick - From Fri 08 Aug

    Red Lion pub was great for Sunday lunch. Had a good afternoon in Upton upon Severn

  • 10.0
    Miss Walton - From Mon 04 Aug

    Take into account that if you want any of the stoves to be ready for use to cook on, or water for the shower or hot tub to be warm, you need to allow 2/3 hours to light a fire before they will be ready._x000D_ _x000D_ Highly recommend going for a walk across The Malvern Hills and eating in The Malvern Hotel. A visit to Ledbury town is a nice little town full of a mixture of shops to leisurely walk around._x000D_ _x000D_ Eastnor Castle is a definately worth a visit, with glorious grounds, with plenty of things to see and do, from walks to adventure playgrounds. You can visit both the castle and the grounds or just the grounds, you'd need a day.

    10.0
    Mrs. Wood-Robinson - From Mon 04 Aug

    We went into Ledbury which is a very nice small town. Also to the West Midlands Safari Park. It was very busy and there were lots of traffic jams but the animals were great. The _x000D_ Kids enjoyed the theme park. We booked online and saved 30% for a group of 6._x000D_ A very pleasant visit was to Eastnor Castle, with beautiful grounds a lovely lake and nice little playground. A very tranquil pace and good to take a picnic have a light lunch in the cafe.

    10.0
    Mrs. Williams - From Mon 28 Jul

    Go with an open mind to enjoy yourself no matter the weather! Take a variety of clothing. Leave your electronics behind and get stuck into a good book. Take advantage of the opportunity to slow down and breathe again. Worcester is lovely with the river running through the centre overlooked by the cathedral. Our group of children (aged between 5 and 16) enjoyed a day of cricket at the Worcester Cricket ground and in-between play, the park across the road!

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Haddock - From Mon 21 Jul

    Eastnor Pottery is definitely worth a visit, friendly helpful staff and a fun morning._x000D_ _x000D_ We visited the International Centre for Birds of Prey in Newent, about 25 minutes away. A fabulous place to visit, we had pre-booked an experience day, well worth a day visiting.

    10.0
    Mr. Finch - From Mon 23 Jun

    We had a great time with our family to disconnect from the outside world and all it's gadgets that it just allowed our children to really play and let their imaginations run wild.

    8.8
    Mrs. Russell - From Mon 24 Aug

    Haben Sie Tipps und Anregungen z.B. über Ausflugsziele, Restaurants, die Sie gerne mit anderen Gästen teilen wollen?:

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