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Plum Tree Glamping

· Pershore, England
7 acres hosted by Maggie H.
Glamping for couples and families in an ancient orchard with excellent walking and cycle routes, in close proximity to Evesham and Pershore.

The award-winning Plum Tree Glamping fittingly resides in an ancient plum orchard in the beautiful Vale of Evesham, siituated along the scenic Blossom Trail – a signposted route through blooming fruit trees. Here you’ll find the seven-acre site’s unique glamping options; a restored 1930s railway wagon, a spacious Mongolian yurt with a balcony view, and furnished bell tents. All of this in prime position for exploring the North Cotsworlds, nestled between Evesham and Pershore.

Prosecco and a selection of treats are waiting for you upon your arrival – host Maggie has been widely praised for the additional touches she makes for her guests, providing a perfect way to kickstart a laid-back getaway in this gorgeous part of Worcestershire. The accommodation is diverse, providing a little something to suit every taste. The railway wagon – lovingly transformed to resemble a self-contained shepherds hut – makes for a romantic couples’ retreat with its wood-burning stove and cosy double bed, while the yurt sits at the top of the orchard, its elevated balcony looking out onto the woodland. A picnic table and a firepit sit beneath, positioned for an ideal view of the sunset. For families, book either of the two bell tents, with each furnished and boasting a comfy double bed, along with two additional airbeds that can be supplied for the kids (though bring your own bedding!)

The bell tents and yurt have access to their own private facilities with the outdoor kitchen and private bathroom block. The kitchen’s equipped with all your cooking essentials, from pots and pans to a gas cooker, with views out onto the plum orchard and blackberry brambles, along with grazing horses behind it in the neighbouring field. The handmade toilet hut is similarly well-equipped, kept pleasingly clean and with the added luxury of a hot shower.

For days out, the riverside market town of Evesham and the Georgian market town of Pershore can reached can be reached in a 10-minute drive, while Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon is also a brief journey away. With such surroundings, it's no wonder guests fall in love with the place.

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George S.recommends
August 26, 2022
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Maggie welcomed us at her campsite very warmly. We stayed two nights at the Imperial Yurt which was a lovely experience. It is very cosy and comfortable, secluded and with a great cooking setup just outside it. It was my partners birthday, Maggie went to the trouble of gifting us some chocolate dipped strawberries and a bottle of bubbly to celebrate. I would highly recommend Plum Tree Glamping for anybody seeking a few nights out of the ordinary. Thank you Maggie.
Pershore, England, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Maggie H.Joined in September 2017
From the host
Plum Tree Glamping is situated in The Vale of Evesham, on the blossom trail set in a beautiful plum orchard / woodlands with 4 different types of accommodation. 2 Bell Tents, a Mongolian yurt and a quirky converted Railway Wagon in approx 7 acres of orchard and woodland. All accommodation has all private facilities. The Vale pf Evesham is on the edge of North Cotswolds. Beautiful walking and cycling country.
Food and drink

The village of Fladbury is a 5-minute drive or 30-minute walk away, with it boasting a couple of recommended pubs. The Chequers Inn is a 14th-century pub with a cosy range fire, its restaurant serving a very reasonably priced buffet menu and a traditional Sunday lunch every week. Fladbury also features The Anchor Inn, a traditional pub set on the village green – it doesn't serve food, but it has a wide range of beers and a guaranteed warm welcome from its friendly landlord. A 20-minute drive will get you to The Fleece Inn in Bretforton, a National Trust-owned historic country pub that's well worth a visit. Its collection of authentic 17th-century Pewter and position as one of Britain's best Real Heritage pubs make it a must-visit for history buffs, and its regular cavalcade of Morris dancers and live music make it a lively hub for entertainment all year round. 

Nearby attractions

The Blossom Trail is accessible from site and connects to the long-distance route of Wychavon Way – host Maggie can helpfully provide guests with advice on where they can walk and cycle. Both Evesham and Pershore are a 10-minute drive away, ideal for days out. The former has the gorgeous Abbey Park, a wide open space adjacent to the River Avon that’s a perfect place for the kids to play. The latter has its 1300-year-old abbey, a historic example of early English architecture open to visitors – be sure to use the movable mirror to admire its ceiling! If you're feeling a little more adventurous, Aztec Adventure is five minutes away, letting you hire stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and take them out onto its crystal clear, spring-fed lake.

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