We’re guessing you’ve been drawn here by the thought of waking up in the heart of the glorious, history-filled Worcestershire countryside – and hitting the hay again when the sun’s gone down feeling even more chilled.
You’re in luck. Because that’s what we have in mind for you too.
LET’S GO WILD IN 2022!
We’re delighted that wild adventure educator Simon Birbeck will be working with us here at Bredon-Vale CC for our first two Foraging and Bushcraft Camping weekends. Click here to find out what we have in store….
We have one aim – to ensure your stay with us is a delight from beginning to end.
We think we have a head start. Our setting overlooks Bredon Hill and the Malverns in the beautiful heart of Worcestershire’s Vale of Evesham, a stone’s throw from the stunning Cotswolds, with culture, colour and history around every corner. Whether you’re on four wheels, or two, or on foot, every day will be a day to remember. Sunsets? Bring your camera.
Wildlife, ecology and the environment are central to everything we do. When we came here, bio-diversity was critically low – but we jumped at the chance to make a difference. With the wise advice of organisations like The Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, People’s Trust for Endangered Species, Vale Landscape Heritage Trust and Pershore College of Horticulture – as well as the encouragement of neighbours – we’ve started that exciting transformation.
What a gem of a place this is, in this stunning location. The site’s been built with ecology in mind, and the facilities are top-notch. The owners Jacqui and Jim are exceptionally helpful (as are their children and extended family). We arrived as strangers and felt we left as friends!
Just spent four restful days at Bredon-Vale. Well laid-out pitches for caravans, all south-facing, also a large area for tents. Spotless toilet and shower block. Added bonus, bus stops nearby with buses to Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon, which worked well for us. Nothing too much trouble for the owners, Jacqui and Jim, who are constantly working around the site… with a great respect for nature. Lovely site. Lovely people. We will return.
Stopped over on our way back to Doncaster from Cornwall. Lovely, small new site only just opened about a week ago. Hard-standing and spotless facilities. I would recommend this site to anyone breaking their long journey down that way.