- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
The Owner Says
There are lovely untouched walks through the woodlands. You can dine under the night sky, toast marshmallows on the communal camp fire, wake up to stunning views and generally have a break from the routine of every-day life.
We have a covered recreation area, communal kitchen and BBQ, comfy sofas and new toilet facilities incorporating showers and we also have a licensed bar.
Camp fires are allowed, dogs welcome and kids as long as they are kept on a lead .
OTG has a large geodome, that is available to rent for those who wish to have birthday parties, reunions or just a dance (The Geodome is very popular so Please book well in advance),
So come and enjoy our countryside and all that Worcestershire has to offer!
Booking for Bank Holiday? From 24th to 26th May and from 23th to 25th August 2019, Out To Grass will be hosting a weekend of Bank Holiday Shenanigans! Featuring live music, workshops, massage, kids activities, story telling, not to mention delicious food and a licensed Bar.
Regular camping and glamping rates apply. Come and join the festivities!
About Out to Grass
Suitable ForEveryone! Tents, campervans, couples, families, groups, dogs...
NearbyCome in spring to enjoy the best of the bluebells in The Malvern Hills (01684 560616) and in the woodland that neighbours the campsite with a few great walking trails to discover. The local spa town of Malvern is worth a visit – try the Malvern Splash Leisure Centre (01684 893423) on rainy days – and for a little culture and history, the National Trust owned Brockhampton Estate (01885 482077), with its 14th-century manor house and vast grounds, is 4 miles away. It's 12 miles to the county town of Worcester, notable for it's grand cathedral (01905 732900), open daily from 7:30am–6pm.
Food & DrinkThere is an onsite bar serving local ale and cider as well as coffee, teas and hot chocolate. Pub-wise, the nearest is a couple of miles away at Stiffords Bridge, The Red Lion Inn (01886 880318) but a real gem is tucked away in Bishops Frome around 3 miles away. Covered in ivy the black and white, low beamed country pub, The Green Dragon (01885 490607), is typically English in style and full of regularly changing cask ales.
Out to Grass is located at Out to Grass, Woodend Farm, Bromyard Road, Cradley, Malvern, Worcestershire WR13 5JW
From the A49: At Leominster take A44 to Bromyard. Continue along A44 through Bromyard towards Worcester. 1 mile out of Bromyard turn right onto the B4220 for Malvern. Continue along B4220 for 4 miles, over the crossroads, up the hill and round the 90° left bend. The campsite is on the right.
From Hereford: Take the A4103 towards Worcester. Continue along the A4103 for 15 miles, up the big hill and through Fromes Hill. 2 miles out of Fromes Hill turn left onto the B4220 for Bromyard. The campsite is 1.4 miles on the left.The nearest train station is Malvern Link (08457 484950).