Set amongst the picturesque countryside of Worcestershire, the Canvas and Clover Glampsite can be found just off the A443.
There is plenty of space for parking and as soon as you arrive, it takes you by surprise how big the immediate field is. The bell tents are arranged in clusters, dotted around the site – perfect if you are travelling in a group with friends or family. But each individual tent is set far enough apart for privacy of you are travelling as a couple.
The tents are beautiful and of very high quality, the main bed is a very comfy double bed with thick duvets and fluffy pillows! If more than two are sharing a tent then the owners will also provide up to two air beds, such as was in my tent, yet it still does not feel cramped at all.
We were a party of nine so had three tents together, our tents were the furthest away so we were able to natter to each other without feeling like we were disturbing anyone else.
The bathrooms are located at the top end of the field and are equipped with good showers and toilet facilities. Even though the campsite was mostly full, we never felt like we were fighting for the bathrooms! There is no electricity in the tents themselves, but electricity supplies can be found in the bathroom block.
Location wise, the Glampsite was perfect. Far enough away from the towns that you get the full country experience, but close enough to get out to pubs and restaurants. The trip into Worcester only took 15/20 minutes – so not an expensive taxi fare if you wanted to enjoy an evening in the city.
Overall we had an incredible time. The owners were fantastic, very friendly, coming ground to talk to everyone in the mornings to make sure everything was going okay. We also had some make-up artists come on site and the owners were happy with this.
Glamping is great if you want to sleep somewhere beautiful but do it a little differently! If you don’t mind being woken up by the sun and the sound of the sheep, then please do not hesitate to pay this wonderful Glampsite a visit.