Swallowfields Luxury Glamping Retreat

UK England West Midlands Worcestershire Great Malvern

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
  • Hot Tubs
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Hot tubs
  • Short walk to pub
  • Good walks nearby
  • Short walk to the pub
  • Walking
Holistic safari tent glamping with hot tubs and massage therapies, set at the foot of the Malvern Hills

You might be familiar with Castlemorton Common for its infamous reputation as the setting for a week-long rave to end all raves in the 90s. While the spirit of the party lives on in the tales of the locals (not all good), you won’t hear a rumble of jungle at this site. The rowdiest gathering here is probably the migrating swallows, who take to the sky at sunset to perform hypnotic murmurations. You can’t always guarantee their performance during your stay, of course, nor the perma-pink sunset over Swinyard Hill. But you can definitely count on Denise and Ben’s warm hospitality and a sense of calm inside one of their 1920s-inspired safari tents.

Nestled off a country lane at the foot of the Malvern Hills, Clarks Farm is an inconspicuous spot. The two sole tents are equally spaced to allow for solitary hot tub time and, while one vista promises the rolling hills, the other looks out onto a wild meadow in full bloom. Onsite you’ll find ample space and a nature hide-out for kids, with dens created from young willows and the opportunity to do a bit of pond dipping in a safe and enclosed area. Getting into nature is a huge part of the Swallowfields' appeal; you only need to take a 5 minute walk to reach the edge of Castlemorton Common, which leads, in turn, to the mighty Malverns for a more strenuous (up-hill) hike.

You might be tricked into thinking you’re in the Serengeti once you’re zipped up in one of these roomy canvas tents. They comfortably house six adults and two dogs. The list of luxuries inside is expansive but it’s the above-and-beyond extras, like the six-seater electric hot tub or the cocktail bar complete with a shaker and crystal glasses, that really show Ben and Denise's understanding of a glamper's needs. Inside, there's a wood-burning stove and, outside, a fire pit that doubles as a BBQ (the on-site shop has meat at the ready). For families, meanwhile, the little fence around each tent provides peace of mind that dogs can't run far and children are vaguely where they say they are.

A big part of the Swallowfields offering is the spa experience. You can book in for a bespoke beauty treatment or a massage in your tent, topped off by an evening in the hot tub. The option of a private yoga class also sounds like a good idea, and sensible after an afternoon hiking up to Eastnor Obelisk, which offers one of the best panoramas over The Malvern Hills. Though so too does a brief pint in the pub – the Plume of Feathers and the Robin Hood are both within a five-minute walk of your tent. If you fancy a day of sightseeing, meanwhile, it's a 15-minute drive to the quaint town of Great Malvern, home to an 11th-century monastery and thought to be an area that inspired literary greats, including J.R Tolkien or C.S Lewis. Whether you’re writing the next great novel or just a postcard to a friend, it all makes for a great setting to sit back, relax and embrace the British summertime with the swallows.



Fancy walking in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale, Charles Darwin, CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien and Queen Victoria, to name but a few?

Back in the day, they all visited the Malvern Hills and the spa town of Malvern to take in the many benefits widely associated with its spring water and the majestic hills. Fast forward to the present day and Malvern is regularly visited by people far and wide, all keen to take in the delights of this Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty, with its 3,000+ acres of open grass and woodland.

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OUR BREAKS: Relax, we've got everything covered

Wellbeing Break: There's no pounding the treadmill at Swallowfields, just beautiful walks with wonderful vistas provided by nature. Come visit our retreat and enhance your wellbeing in the best way for you, from reading a book and taking naps in your own hammock, having a soak in your hot tub, to cooking on a campfire and enjoying in-lodge treatments.

Family Break: Swallowfields is geared up for families. You'll find that all of our spa lodges are located on a child-friendly site. There are also plenty of things for the whole family to see and do too. Take a wander in our lovely wildflower meadow, toast marshmallows on the campfire, explore the Malvern Hills and beyond and check out our Adventure Castle and Nature Hideout! You can even bring the dog too!

Activity Break: Maybe you want to challenge yourself and try something different, like kayaking or caving, or perhaps you want to practice your favourite hobbies, such as climbing, mountain biking or hiking? There are lots of things to do all around Swallowfields and, when you're back at your lodge, there's a relaxing hot tub waiting for you.

Dog-Friendly Break: We're animal-lovers here at Swallowfields, and we understand that your dog is a big part of your family, so why leave them behind? They'll be right at home in our pet-friendly spa lodges. There's oodles of room for them, their bed, bowls and fave toy! We ask that you keep them on a lead on-site and don't leave them unattended. Our spa lodges all have secure private gardens, so you don't need to worry about your furry friend making a mad dash for it!


Swallowfields is so relaxing you might find it hard to leave, but if you do venture further afield, there are lots to see and do in the surrounding area…

You'll find our part of the world in Castlemorton an idyllic, picture-postcard village, made up of a village centre, farms and houses, wildflower meadows, country pubs and meandering country lanes.  Castlemorton Common is just a short walk away, where you'll find acres of land to roam, have a picnic, fly kites and walk the dog. Head to the Malvern Hills, and you'll see some of the UK's finest countryside, whether you fancy a gentle stroll along a tree-lined path, an energetic trek, or a heart-pumping mountain bike ride.

The River Severn and the River Wye are marine playgrounds, and we're lucky to have them close by. Canoeing, kayaking, raft building and stand up paddle-boarding are all available on the beautiful River Wye or perhaps a leisurely riverboat cruise or a self-drive boat trip on the River Severn.

Head to local attractions, such as Eastnor Castle or Cotswold Farm Park, get creative at Eastnor Pottery or take a journey on Britain's premier Severn Valley Railway.

Worcestershire is a great place to step back in time to a bygone era and cherish the delights of yesteryear. There's a wide range of historic houses, including Elgar's Birthplace, Croome Park, Whitley Court and Worcester Cathedral. There are also various historic sites and museums to explore across the county, ranging from the Morgan Motor Company, Avoncroft Museum, and the gas lamps in Malvern, which have inspired the opening line in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. And if you fancy a little tipple, then make sure you check out Astley Vineyard, Westons Cider and The Chase Distillery.

There’s so much to see and do, the choice is yours…

Food & Drink

Worcestershire's renowned for being the 'home of food and drink.' That's why you'll find countless pubs, restaurants and cafes within its borders, all perfect for enjoying a delicious meal, afternoon tea or a nice glass of wine.

We have some fantastic classic country pubs in our area. Our favourites include the Farmers Arms, Birtsmorton. A quaint and cosy traditional pub that's over 500 years old, serving homemade pub food and real ales. It's a perfect distance for a summer evening's cycle from Swallowfields. The Robin Hood is within walking distance and, again, serves traditional pub food. It has a lovely beer garden with play equipment for the little ones—both welcome dogs.

There are award-winning fine dining and gastro pubs aplenty in and around Swallowfields. Some of our favourite gastropubs include The Inn at Welland, the Swann Inn at Hanley Swan and The Jockey Inn at Earls Croome. All serve delicious food, have friendly staff and lovely atmospheres. They also have dog-friendly areas too.

For a superb fine dining experience, our favourite restaurant is L'amuse Bouche in Malvern. Having celebrated our wedding anniversary here on several occasions, we can highly recommend it. Serving French-style cuisine in a quaint English setting, the restaurant has gained and maintained two AA coveted rosette awards since 2010.



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The Owner Says

Relax. Unwind. In the glorious Worcestershire countryside at Swallowfields, a luxury glamping retreat that’s perfectly nestled at the foot of the majestic Malvern Hills. Wake up to birdsong and count the stars at night. Fill your lungs with fresh air. Whether you stay three nights or four, one week or two, you’ll want to stay for so much longer…

Swallowfields is born from our big love of nature, wildlife and the good old British countryside. It's been in our family since the 1920s,  purchased by Great Grandparents, Ernest and Lizzie Wadley. From the 3-acre wildflower orchard meadow and the flight of swallows that visit every year to buzzing bees and sound of sheep in the nearby fields, we are passionate about every square inch of the wildlife and countryside that surrounds our home, so much so, we want to share it with you.

OUR SPA LODGES: Live your very best life

Our Spa Lodges are luxury at its very best. They offer laidback-luxe with a touch of 1920s glitz and glamour, all rolled into one! They’re spacious enough to sleep up to six people and two dogs and are kitted out with all the mod cons, including a cosy lounge with wood burner, flat screen TV, drinks cabinet with drinks menu, WiFi and desk for that quick work email you might need to send, an en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, toiletries, hairdryer and towels, a well-equipped kitchen diner with hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge, coffee machine and dining table, 3 bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 bunk bed) kitted out with the fluffiest pillows, springiest mattresses and white luxury cotton sheets ... sweet dreams! Step outside and you'll find yourself in your own private garden where you can chill out in your own hot tub, swing away in your hammock, relax on the deck and cook a hearty meal on the firepit.

OUR FACILITIES: Pamper away!

You’ll find everything you need at Swallowfields; including snuggly complimentary bathrobes and slippers, adventure castle and nature hideout for the little ones, bike hire for cycling around our idyllic, picture-postcard village, seriously special treat yourself boxes and hampers for every occasion and a wonderful range of in-lodge spa treatments.


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Great Malvern is the nearest mainline station. From there it's a 15-minute taxi journey.


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