The Firs glamping site
Welcome to The Firs
Glamping isn’t for just anyone, it’s for everyone!
Who wouldn’t enjoy the comfort of one of our spacious safari tents?
Discover our tents
Our superb tents offer spacious accommodation for up to six guests. Each tent has two bedroom areas, one with a kingsize and the other with a double and single bunk overhead.
And now new for 2021 we have introduced superb cabin beds which contain a further double bed and storage area beneath. Perfect for those who need to go upstairs to bed!
There is also a built in kitchenette complete with ceramic hob, full size fridge, microwave oven, toaster, kettle and hospitality tray. The cupboards contain all the pans, dishes, crockery and cutlery that you are likely to need.
For guests comfort we’ve added a corner sofa and log burners are shortly to be installed.
on the outside..
Each safari tent has a verandah with a chunky table and benches together with a log burner and fire pit which has a grill for cooking.
BBQs are also available for guests who prefer conventional cooking with charcoal.
We have nice washrooms with walk-in showers and warm air hand dryers.
Where to find us
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We’re Good to Go
We’ve worked hard to ensure the safety of our guests on site and we’ve been awarded the We’re Good to Go mark by Visit Britain
What’s around us
Plenty to see and do
Here’s a few suggestions……
https://www.morgan-motor.com https://www.visitthemalverns.org https://eastnorcastle.com https://www.threecounties.co.uk http://www.wyecanoes.com https://www.wmsp.co.uk http://newbridgefarmpark.com https://www.gloucesterquays.co.uk https://worcestercathedral.co.uk https://www.visitworcestershire.org/explore/the-great-outdoors
Our location at the foot of the hills will introduce you to rural life. You will meet lovely cows and sheep which graze on the common land beyond our gates.
We have a pair of Emus which the children love to see. Rhubarb and Custard have become very tame although they are stupid!
Established in 2012