Stunning Tree House - Temevale Cherry

UK England West Midlands Worcestershire Temevale Glamping

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
A treehouse with a waterside location and panoramic views at an alpaca-trekking centre in Worcestershire.
  • Comfortable sleeping in built-in beds with bedding including alpaca wool duvets
  • Self-contained glamping with en suite facilities and fully-equipped kitchen
  • One of three glamping spots on a smallholding with alpaca trekking and trout fishing

The Owner Says

Our elevated Tree House sleeps up to six people in two fixed doubles and two fixed single beds. Set high in the Temevale woodland, its spacious decks provide a fantastic relaxation space, with panoramic views across our trout pool and through the glorious Teme Valley. It's totally self contained, benefiting from mains electricity and lighting,  its own compost toilet facility, electric 'log affect' heater and dedicated fully-equipped kitchen with full size gas cooker (hob and oven) , fridge, hot and cold water supply. On site shower room facilities.

Everything is provided including duvets and pillows filled with Alpaca fleece which is the finest fleece known to mankind...keeping you warm in winter / cool in summer and totally hypo allergenic. Guests are only required to bring personal wash kits, towels and their food!

This is Glamping at its absolute best......

Features & Facilities

The 'shepherd's hut' has a double and 2 singles, while the cedar cabin has 1 double and 1 single bed (with room for an extra camp bed if necessary). Treehouse includes 2 fixed doubles and 2 fixed single beds, with extra beds provided for an additional 2 guests. Overlooking the trout pool it also includes its own compost toilet and fully-equipped kitchen with full size gas cooker (hob and oven), fridge, hot and cold water supply. All accommodation has mains electric lighting and 'log effect' electric heating stoves. Everything you need is provided and there is a cooking space with gas hobs and oven, fridge freezer and gas BBQ. There are composting toilets and a shower room on site. Campfires are permitted in specific areas and the first bag of logs is free. The Alpaca Trekking Experiences are an additional cost (see website for trekking details). The campsite also offer free kayaking, paddle boarding, rowing and fly fishing on the trout pool.


It's 10 miles to the West Midlands Safari Park (01299 402114) if you haven't had enough animals on the campsite itself. Or you can go a little wild yourself at Go Ape (03334 330858) in the Wyre Forest – high ropes and zip-lines in the trees (around 6 miles from the campsite). As well as the onsite trout pool, some of the best coarse fishing in the country is available in the nearby River Teme (renowned for barbel, chub, grayling and salmon). Ask at the campsite for the best access points. A Birmingham Anglers Association ticket(01562 882116) is required. For some shops to pass the time, try Tenbury Wells – there's also a good collection of pubs and high street restaurants – or head a little further to renowned Ludlow, with many tourist attractions including the castle (01584 873355) and annual food festival (01584 873957).

Food & Drink

The nearest pub is The Tally Ho (01886 853241) a characterful, 14th-century inn in Hanley Broadheath, around a mile and a half away. The Talbot (01584 781941) in Newnham Bridge (2 miles) is also recommended, while The Baiting House (01886 853201) in Upper Sapey (4 miles) is worth the extra couple of miles for it's exceptional food and good range of local ales and ciders. Pets are also welcome.


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