Brambles (Fully Furnished) Bell Tent
- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Lovely wood burning stove to keep you toasty if the evenings get chilly
- Private kitchen shelter
- Cooking tripod with a Dutch Oven, so you can cook anything from bread to a roast dinner
The Owner Says
Features & FacilitiesAll off-grid: 2 composting toilets, hand basin, gas-powered hot shower, washing up station with hot water and solar lighting. A small honesty shop sells drinks, tinned goods, charcoal, local meats, ice creams, sweets, chocolates, the obligatory marshmallows and logs for your campfire. Firepits are available to hire, but you are welcome to bring your own as long as they are off the ground. OS maps are available to borrow for those who enjoy a ramble (access to miles of public footpaths right from the site) and there are wheel barrows to carry your camping gear to the pitch.
ActivitiesIt's 4 miles to the quaint market town of Tenbury Wells, while well know foodie spots like Bromyard, Leominster and Ludlow are nearby too. There are plenty of National Trust and English Heritage-owned properties in the vicinity. It's 9 miles to Witley Court – a ruined, 17th century, Italianate mansion with extensive grounds to explore – and 12 miles to neo-classical Berrington Hall (01568 615721). In Herefordshire, the beautiful farmed estate of Brockhampton (01885 482077) is also 10 miles away. For a good walk, it takes around 20 minutes to drive to the Wyre Forest, where you can really wear out the kids at a Go Ape (0845 094 9793) if you need to. The West Midlands Safari Park (01299 402114) is another great option for families (20 minutes by car).
Food & Drink
From Great Witley, take the B4203 towards Bromyard and turn left at the crossroads, signposted to Tenbury Wells (B4204). After 2 miles, after the Tally Ho pub, there’s a bend in the road with an oak tree on the corner; turn right (signposted Highwood) and the campsite is ¼ mile down the lane on the right.
From Tenbury Wells, take the A456 towards Worcester, go through Newnham Bridge and take a right over the River Teme towards Eastham. Follow the lane around a corner (past the church), take a right and then take the next left and the campsite is ½ mile up the lane on the left.