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- Small family-run working farm a mile from Upton Upon Severn
- Countryside base a couple of miles from the M5
- Semi-wild camping with toilet, electric shower and chemical disposal
You'll blossom among the simple pitches at the relaxed and friendly vibe at Bluebell Farm, an Upton Upon Severn site a mile from the village and seven from Worcester.
This is a small and family-run working farm set a couple of miles from the M5, so it's just the ticket for stopovers as well as being a fine base from which to explore the Malvern Hills. This is a semi-wild site so it's got just the essential facilities in the form of a portacabin with a toilet and an electric shower, plus chemical disposal and a washing-up area.
The farm is a mile from the village of Upton Upon Severn, a small village in the Malvern Hills with restaurants, shops and scenic walks all around.
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Really needs the showers, toilets & washing pots area updating.
We will not be retuning to or recommending camping at Bluebell farm .
From the manager...
It has been decided to close the site , as only the miserable people this year seem to write reviews ,this is semi wild camping obviously cannot read about the site before they use it , perhaps they cannot read , i don't know ,never say anything to your face take toilet rolls , not pay for showers , ,leave gates open , ask to return their cars to the hard standing ignoring safety measures i could go on and on , why do some people come time and time again if things are so bad as for put the grandmother what do you mean, that is being personal
A field with electrical hook up. No thrills
From the manager...
I am sorry about what happened , i came as quickly as possible , just did not want horses running about loose with dogs chasing them ,so i did that first as it was the safe thing to do ,,the field is five acres ,the place is as described semi wild camping ,the photo you provide show how everything is bone dry , no proper rain for weeks ., showers are £3 they are not slot machine ,you can have a good shower ,we do have to pay for electric, water, ,drainage collection , cleaning and maintenance This is why ,the week end you stayed i collected £6 ,So this meant only two people should have showered over the week end , my water meter says different
From the manager...
As for cleaning ,the cleaner and i must spend 1 hour per day cleaning them ,the things that go on are unbelievable throwing the toilet holders through the windows ,dirt and mud bought in , toilet roll just disappear last week end we used 20 ,in two day and only found 6 carboard middles , as for spiders ,we do cobweb but back they come ,as for spider having babies in the shower ,i would read a book on spiders then you might understand them , cleaner wanted to know if you found any frogs in the toilets ? ,as you are shown into the field you are told to unpack and put your car on the hard standing returning when you are ready to leave ,this is for safety. people have barbeques only a spark has to fly everything is so dry a fire could start and you have a car near it with a tank of petrol , surely you know what would happen the m5 is 3 miles away with a southerly breeze blowing it further away back ground noise was A 38 as of traffic lights Please note you are semi wild camping on a farm ,if you had googled it ,and read about the place , you would have found you were booking the wrong site
The quietness of the area was great and the wildlife …
Ideal place to stay for events at Upton on Severn
From the manager...
i can rest assured the horses are not going to come in the field where you camp ,they would have to go through a post and rail fence and electric rope .
Capacity reduced to increase social distancing
Check-in: one group at a time
Disinfectant sprays and wipes provided
Distance markers in shared facilities
Hand sanitising stations
More frequent emptying of bins
Shared spaces: daily deep cleaning
Shared spaces: more frequent cleaning
Staggered showering times
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Tourer storage facilities
- Coach stations
— 5.7 miles
5.7 miles The Crescent — 5.7 miles
5.7 miles Rosebank Gardens — 6.3 miles
- Train stations
Great Malvern Rail Station
— 5.8 miles
5.8 miles Worcestershire Parkway Rail Station — 6.1 miles
6.1 miles Ashchurch for Tewkesbury Rail Station — 6.2 miles
- Ferry ports
Sharpness Old Docks
— 26.9 miles
26.9 miles Lydney Harbour — 28.3 miles
— 12.4 miles
Follow an hour or two among the shops and old buildings on Upton Upon Severn with a pub or restaurant lunch before a further wander along the river and the surrounding village meadows. There are also boat rides at different times to Tewkesbury in Worcester: once there take a look at the town's medieval streets and 12th-century Tewkesbury Abbey (rather fab).
National Trust properties, Capability Brown gardens and historic houses are plentiful in the region too, like Croome Park, Worcester Cathedral and the Great Malvern Priory.
For walks and bike rides, take to the Malvern Hills as well as the many lanes and cycle routes locally, while if you fancy a showy activity or an event, the Three Counties Showground runs stuff regularly throughout the year.
- Croome Park (National Trust) (2.3 miles)
- Tewkesbury Abbey (5.8 miles)
- Malvern Hills (6.2 miles)
- Croome Park (2.6 miles)
- Bredon Barn (4.4 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- Does Bluebell Farm have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Bluebell Farm dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Bluebell Farm? Follow an hour or two among the shops and old buildings on Upton Upon Severn with a pub or restaurant lunch before a further wander along the river and the surrounding village … Read more
- When can I check in and check out of Bluebell Farm?
Camping and touring Arrive: 2 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Depart by: 12 p.m.
If you read about the site before you booked you would have known the field is ridge and farrow , the site is classed as semi wild camping , Two year ago , i spent £5,500 on a second portacabin kitting it out with new shower unit and screening painting all out , within three month someone had broken the shower , which was replaced , then someone broke the screening , ,this year someone left the shower on hot all-night hence that is what happened to the ceiling which i have been waiting to dry out ,basin has got cracked , loo roll holder gone ,after spending all this money ,never getting paid for hardly any showers ,you do wander if i replace things , paint , will people have more respect of people property