200 Pitches - Non Members welcome
"At the foot of the Malvern Hills"
The popular Blackmore Club Site is at the foot of the lovely Malvern Hills. Perfect for walking in the hills or visiting the historic local towns and villages, it has won many awards and Club members often return year after year.
The village of Hanley Swan is a mile’s walk from the site. It has a Post Office, general store, butcher and pub.
The Malvern Hills are the backdrop to the site. A network of paths crosses the hills, including one running the length of the three major summits.
Great Malvern Priory has both Norman and Perpendicular Gothic architecture and unusual carvings.
Upton upon Severn has a selection of good restaurants, an award-winning marina and hosts folk and jazz festivals.
The city of Worcester is seven miles to the north. The City Art Gallery and Museum has a 19th century chemist’s shop, and you can also visit the Royal Worcester Visitor Centre or climb the 200ft cathedral tower.
The Three Counties Showground hosts many events, including the Three Counties Countryside Show in June, the Spring Gardening Show and the Autumn Show.
Ledbury, to the south west, is a fine black and white timbered town.
Follow the Elgar Trail by car to discover more about the famous composer.
Eastnor Castle has a deer park, arboretum and lake. It hosts events throughout the year.
Gloucester is home to Britain’s most inland port. Visit the docks, with its antiques centre and the National Waterways Museum.
Visited: August 2004
Prime countryside location, near to the village of Hanley Swan, Malvern (20 minute walk to the pub or post office).
This is a fairly large site but we were very impressed with the attention to detail and friendly manner of the site wardens. From the moment we arrived, we felt relaxed and was even shown to the pitch by a warden on a bike! The site is very well looked after and we would recommend this site as the perfect weekend get-away retreat. Toilets & showers were in good condition.
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer