Don,t be misled, this is not your normal site, in fact what you will be staying on is our garden and is maintained that way. By no means is this your average farmers field.
The Red Brick Barn project is and attempt to live as self sufficient as possible. We grow our own vegetables and keep pigs from time to time. Our chickens sometimes lay eggs and sometimes
dont and the Turkeys come and go too. All done on a domestic small scale which anyone can do given the time.
Allowing caravans on the lawn field is another phase of our
little project. The field is kept neat and tidy with a manicured lawn and an evergrowing selection of plants and shrubs.
Our vision is to offer visitors an experience that
harks back to the popular beginnings of caravanning when you could park up and relax totally autonomously with out the toilet block eyesores and worn out pitches, and take in the beauty of your surroundings. We do however provide power and water though as
times have moved on a bit, but this is optional.
There are so many things to see and do around here we really must consider ourselves very lucky. There are largescale events
at the Three Counties Showground, such as the Spring and Autumn shows, Eastnor have outside musical events and are host to the uk best firework display competition (a must) then there is Upton which hosts many live music festivals throughout the year including
Jazz, Folk and Blues festivals many of which are free and have venues dotted around the village. We must not forget the Welland Steam Show possibly the largest regular event locally normally held in July and is truly facinating to see.
A number of top quality local pubs including the Farmers Arms our local, need your support and I dont know one that will be complacent about your visit, good quality local beers and wines are available
as well as a variety of menu styles for every budget and taste.
We have the Three Choirs and Lovells vineyards locally with their tours and tasting sessions for those who like
to try before they buy and local micro breweries too, the Malvern spring water company can also supply pure and tasty mineral water, but locals collect it for free at British Camp.
For the sporty types the low lands of the Malverns are ideal for cycling, walking and running, if you are more adventurous you could of course run or cycle the 'Malverns'.
If you have a specific interest please call and we shall research the opportunities for you to partake locally on your behalf then let you know before you stay.