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By The Red Phone Box Glamping and Camping

Get away from it all to our working farm located near an area of outstanding natural beauty. An off-grid eco-friendly experience.

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We offer 5 grass camping pitches, a 6m bell tent, a shepherds hut and Applecroft - our 3 bedroom self catering cottage (a 15 minute stroll along the lanes & across the fields from the camping & glamping accommodation). The glamping accommodation is sited separately in their own individual secluded, peaceful little fields, offering privacy peace and quiet with their own private areas and facilities. Walkways have been cut into the meadow grass whilst maintaining a natural habitat for the wildlife. Each is furnished with a comfortable double bed and for children, camp beds can be provided in the bell tent. The shepherds hut has a day bed which converts to sleep 2.

The camping field has just 5 grass pitches which share an off-grid bathroom and washing up facilities built in a shepherds hut.

To keep warm on those chilly nights there are hot water bottles, and if you're sitting outside, fire pits.

Both have a bathroom which is in a converted Rice Horse Trailer. Lillian’s bathroom has a modern feel while Evelyn’s bathroom has a quirky vintage feel. They also have an outdoor kitchen containing a double gas burner hob, cutlery, cooking utensils dinning sets along with China teapots etc. BBQs are also provided.

Look out for the pop-up country pub next door at Commonwood Farm, open every other Friday throughout the summer.

Near Tenbury Wells is great walking country with Mortimers Forest, Ludlow, The Wyre Forest, West Midland Safari Park, GoApe, and so much more within a 30-minute drive.


Brick House
Little London Rd
Tenbury Wells
WR15 8NA
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