Redbrick Barn, For All Carvanners and Motorhomers

The Way In, Drive up we will find you a pitch

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8th July The Shindig on the Common, Outside music, pig roast and bar.

21st 22nd 23rd July The Upton upon Severn famous Blues Festival

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A Peaceful Rural Independant site for

Touring Caravans and Motorhomes

Flat pitches and plenty of space from £15 per night

Don't forget if you are a member of a Vintage Car or Caravan Club, You can hire the whole site at special rates for your summer rallies.

Call 01684 833067 or 07581 082780

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The Malvern Hills are the 8th most visited place in the UK according to MHDC, what are you missing? you will see.

The Lawn Field is the Perfect Place To Get Together With Friends New and Old.
Plenty Of Space For Everyone On The Lawn Field.
Well behaved dogs welcome

What everyone wants to know.

We do not have toilet or shower facilities on site.

Positioned on a small country lane in and active farming village.

Surrounded by farmland with grazing Sheep and Cows

Flat pitches all with views

10amp power supply

Water point close to all pitches

Chemical disposal point

400yds flat walk to areas of outstanding natural beauty

3 min flat walk to historic traditional country pub with restaurant

Milk, Bread available on site

Eggs for sale when available

Shopping service if requested

Walking distance to the famous Castlemorton Common

The historic Birtsmorton Court is just down the road. (Tours available)

Eastnor castle, Three Counties Showground and Upton Upon Severn, with all their events and festivals are within a short picturesque drive.

The famous Morgan Car Factory (tours available)

Croome house

The National Birds of Prey Centre

Lovells Vineyard

Three choirs Vineyard

Westerns Cider Factory (Tours Available)

And much much more!!!

A message from the owner

The cows on the Castlemorton common

Hello Campers,

in the 2 full seasons we have been open, we have gone from strength to strength and thats all thanks to you, our valued campers. Last year saw us fully booked for most weekends during the season, which was fun but busy. So this year we have reduced our marketing in order to put the customer experience before profit and are also reducing the amount of pitches on offer. Our aim being to provide an up market camping experience at an average cost, which is why we have not raised our prices this year.

Our relationship with the Freedon Camping Club has begun to introduce exempted sites to a wider caravanning community which is great although a few still think this is a huge commercial site with every facility under the sun, we are not, we offer power, water and disposal facilities, thats it, so if you want a stay in an active farming community,surrounded by cows and sheep and with an independant village pub 3 mins walk away this is the place to come.

The Site

We planted a lot of new shrubs and trees last year ready for this season, but a lot of them were eaten buy the sheep that roam the streets around here but the ones that remain are doing very well and will be huge in a few years time. This is what makes this area unique. You will encounter the sheep during your stay,  perhaps up our track and in our yard. The free roaming cows are consentrated on Castlemorton common these days and will very often bring traffic to a stop on the Castlemorton straight. If you are lucky one might even poke its head in your car window to say hi thanks for stopping. It is also possible, to have the cows and sheep visit our site so keep the gate shut or they will eat your awning.

There are many local events planned this year, especially in Upton-Upon-Severn. This sleepy little riverside village with its many pubs and restuarants focussed around the river crossing is becoming widely known for its free or definately value for money music festivals.

The Blues festival is probably the most popular as it is totally free, and its not just Blues music either lots of different mainly up tempo styles can be heard eminating from the cosy venues, most often local pubs or the small marques place strategically along the lanes. Rock and roll, Jazz, Electro Swing and loads more. Performances normally start on Friday night to Sunday evening.

Dont forget the other events, Jazz Festival, Folk Festival and the Sunshine (mainly retro 80s and 70s acts) Festival to name just a few. Showaddywaddy and Suzi Quattro were there over the last few years.

Eastnor Castle and The Malvern Showground have many specialist events too, all well worth a visit especially the international firework competition in September.

However, if you just want to chill the Farmers Arms, our local, 3 minute walk down the lane, offers excellent food and drink and is a wonderful place on a hot summer night. We have had complaints though, apparently its so friendly, a quick half has turned into an all night event on a few occasions as the locals are easy to talk to and welcome 'outsiders'.

If you walk 3 minutes along the lane in the other direction you will end up on Coombe Green common. From here you can walk off road for many miles and to the top of our famous hills, enough distance and elevation changes to satisfy even the most avid walker yet also suitable for an easy scenic stroll.

I hope this is enough to wet your appetite but if you are not convinced read our client reviews , you wont be disappointed.

We look forward to hosting you and making your break as pleasant as possible.

Thanks for reading, see you soon.

Specialist clubs are requesting the whole site for club meets.

Booking your space

The Malvern Walk, can be seen from the lawn field.

Call 01684 833067 or 07581 082780

2 x Hardstanding pitches in our yard are available during winter.


Or Book online at:

Don't just sit there, until later anyway.

Something to do as soon as you get here.

Drive up to British camp on top of the hills, take a wander.

Take your empty water bottles to the Everdine spring on the left from British Camp along the West Malvern road after the Black Hill car park.

Follow Everdine Lane (not the main road) and purchase some homemade apple oriented fruit juice from the roadside stall.

Follow Everdine Lane to the end, turn right over the bridge and you will come to the Cafe at the Stores in Colwall. The perfect place for lunch or supper or even just a coffee. Ann also has 52 types of tea to choose from as well.

When done turn left out of the cafe and start back up the hills you will come to Upper Colwal with the Malvern Hills geological centre. After which you can continue through the Wych cutting (made by hand) and follow the road into the top of Malvern where you will find the Malvern Priory and Museum. Should you then return to the site via Welland you could pick up a bottle of local wine at Lovells vineyard.....That should keep you busy for a few hours.

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JoAnn Rawlings | Reply 27.07.2017 15.43

From what I read about the site, I've booked too sounds bliss

dominique sphere | Reply 05.07.2017 13.57

We have walked for hours off road here and still have not seen it all. The views from British Camp are outstanding & the water from the spring was delicious.

Lisa And Paul Jay | Reply 20.06.2017 13.08

Fantastic weekend chilling out with you, thanks for making us so welcome

Agatha Tindall | Reply 18.06.2017 14.07

Just got home from a lovely break here. Hottest weekend i have ever camped even the farmer put up a fan to create a breeze for us. Thanks Trevor and neighbours.

Gabrielle Carter 18.06.2017 17.28

Hey we were neighbours it was so relaxing in the country and by the sea at the same time. Back soon Trevor

Roberta read | Reply 11.05.2017 16.31

Brilliant little site very personal and watching the cows was very relaxing. Shame we cant stay for the malvern show but book early in sepptember. Thanks trevor

Bethany Steel | Reply 28.04.2017 12.47

So pleased to find out these little sites are now available to us independent campers without paying membership fees. Good choice Trevor!!!

Philippa & Dan Scannell | Reply 11.09.2016 23.50

This is a great campsite; Trevor is very welcoming and knowledgeable and the pitches are perfectly flat. Great place to relax and unwind, definitely recommend!

Phil Powley | Reply 15.08.2016 15.12

Lovely place to stay, so quiet and peaceful. Extremely well kept site with a very friendly owner. Lots of nice walks locally and a good pub down the road.

Brian Dudley | Reply 11.07.2016 21.31

What a fantastic place to take a short break, well worth the trip from Ipswich. Plenty of easy walking and a whole host of things to do locally.

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27.07 | 15:43

From what I read about the site, I've booked too sounds bliss

05.07 | 13:57

We have walked for hours off road here and still have not seen it all. The views from British Camp are outstanding & the water from the spring was delicious.

20.06 | 13:08

Fantastic weekend chilling out with you, thanks for making us so welcome

18.06 | 17:28

Hey we were neighbours it was so relaxing in the country and by the sea at the same time. Back soon Trevor

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