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Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Swallowfields Luxury Glamping Retreat with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
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.
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 Lovells Vineyard, 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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Great Malvern is the nearest mainline station. From there it's a 15-minute taxi journey.