Grass Camping Pitch

UK England West Midlands Worcestershire Tenbury Wells By The Red Phone Box Glamping & Camping

  • Sleeps 6 (max 4 adults, 5 children)
  • Barbecue
Lovely views to the Broadheath, one of just 3 sited on the headland of our hay field, Eco friendly and off grid, with no fence between the camping and hay field you have uninterrupted views over the countryside, a quiet place to get back to nature,

The Owner Says

An eco, off grid back to nature experience in the Teme valley, where there is fantastic walking and an abundance of nature, look out for the Red Kite, owls, hares, rabbits, fox, badger, deer a variety of small birds, and the occasional pole cat !

An  up-cycled  farm diversification project, We have 2 luxury fully furnished, spacious 6 meter bell tents and 3 camping pitches, being big on space and small on numbers.

The bell tents are sited in their own little field complete with their own dedicated bathroom and outdoor kitchen, The 3 camping pitches are on the headland of the adjacent hay field and have a shepherds hut which contains the bathroom (separate composting loo and shower room) and washing up area, which is shared between the 3 pitches. The hay field is not fenced off, to give uninterrupted view of the countryside, and there is so much space for just 3 camping pitches.

Why stay with us ? Space and freedom ! lots of room to move around,  the area is beautiful, and  because if glamping you have your own little field, bathroom, kitchen and don’t share any facilities apart from the car park, if Camping, there are just 3 pitches, a large area to camp in, uninterrupted views of the countryside and a shared bathroom in our shepherds hut, and great places to go and visit while you are here.

Camping ;- shared between 3 pitches bathroom, The shared bathroom is located in our shepherds hut and comprises of a separate shower and toilet room, which contain an eco toilet, gas powered shower, basin and outdoor washing up area.  fire pits available, with firewood, kindling and disposable BBQ’s available in the honesty shop, along with local seasonal produce.

We offer afternoon teas, (pre ordered) local produce and breakfast and BBQ packs

Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee

Book with complete confidence at By The Red Phone Box Glamping & Camping with the Cool Camping Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:

  • A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
  • Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
  • Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
  • In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
  • Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered

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About By The Red Phone Box Glamping & Camping

Suitable For

Tents, glamping, campervans, and caravans - yes (though no chemical disposal is available on-site). Dogs - no.


Commonwood Farm (07974 438517) is a farm located next door to the campsite, having been owned by its family since 1887 and famed for its ancient perry pear orchard. The farm is known for its variety of delicious, homemade drinks, included its fermented sparkling vintage perry and apple juice, while visitors can pre-book a picnic in its orchard for certain weekends. The site is an 11-minute drive to Tenbury Wells, where visitors can experience the historic Regal (01584 811 442), with regular theatre performances (COVID-restrictions providing) and the latest films displayed in a cinema established in 1937. For the family, Habberley Trail (07398 929858) is a 30-minute drive and provides an adventure trail and plenty of outdoor fun. The trail is complete with a mesh maze, wobbly water squirter bridge, and other unique interactive activities to keep the kids occupied and the adults exercising.

Food & Drink

The Peacock Inn (01584 810506) is a local favourite and just a 10-minute drive away, with this 14th-century country pub providing a la carte dining and takeaway food, too. The Live and Let Live Inn (01299 832391) is a similar distance away, with an extensive range of malt whiskies and gins for the drinkers among you. The Colliers Farm Shop and Cafe (01299 832242) is a 15-minute drive away, with this relaxing cafe having been transformed from a pub into a more laid-back setting selling local produce, real ales in bottles from the shop, and the occasional draught cider in the summer.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 2 reviews


Wow, you've got to stay here.

We stayed in Lilian and the set up was great. Quiet area of a field with visible sheep for neighbors but nothing else. The kitchen area was covered, so if it rained you could still eat. The bathroom in the horsebox was amazing. No worries about lack of hot water, or power shower it was better than home! The bed was comfortable and the space inside was great if you need to be inside. Overall it was the best glamping we've done and would definitely recommend and return.
Sep 4, 2021 by Lp Verified Review

Response from By The Red Phone Box Glamping & Camping

Thank you for your lovely review and being the perfect guests, hope to see you all again real soon 

Perfect in every way

Had an absolutely wonderful two nights here. Booking was straightforward and communication with Emma was very easy. The site is quiet, surrounded by beautiful countryside, ideal for walks or cycling round the lanes. Shower and toilet facilities were not only really quirky, but absolutely immaculate. Emma was very welcoming and a lovely host. I cycled round to the farmhouse and collected my afternoon tea! What a lovely add on! Do treat yourselves! The quirky little phone box library made me smile, and had a lovely little selection of books to borrow. Would definitely return here again. Thanks Emma xx
Aug 15, 2021 by Lesley Smith Verified Review


By The Red Phone Box Glamping & Camping is located at Brick House, Knighton on Teme, Tenbury Wells, Worcesetershire WR15 8NA

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Getting There

From the A456 and A443 junction at Newnham Bridge heading from Worcester and Kidderminster, take the first right turn after the Talbot pub and the A456/A443 junction (signposted Cleobury Mortimer). Follow this lane for almost two miles, and then you will pass a right-hand turn for Bickley. Go past this turn and take the next right, signposted Cleobury Mortimer. Follow this lane for around 300 yards and you will see the site on your left; there is a sign outside with a painting of a red phone box.

From Tenbury take the A456 towards Worcester past the Peacock Inn. As you arrive by Tall Trees Stoves, take the left-hand turn into the lane immediately after Tall Trees stove. Follow this lane for two miles and you will see a red phone box on your right. Go past the red phone box to the T-junction and turn right. A few hundred yards down the lane you will see the sign outside of a red phone box.
There are train stations at Kidderminster, Worcester, Ludlow and Leominster. There is a bus from Worcester to Tenbury; the nearest stop is Newnham Bridge which is two miles away.