Honey Pod Farm
Honey Pod Farm is a small eco friendly glamping site on organic farm Land located on the outskirts of the beautiful river side town of Upton Upon Severn.
Overlooking the splendour of the Malvern Hills we have handcrafted four unique wooden Honey Pods for you to stay in. Beautiful rustic Pods, cosy but spacious. Enjoy open fires, toasting marshmallows and outdoor cooking.
Honey Pod Farm have four cosy, wooden, honey pods. Our Honey Pods have a crystal clear star gazing dome! The domes fill the Pods with sunlight during the day. Hexagonal structures, 20ft across, comfortably accommodating a family of six.
Each pod has a double bed, bunk beds and two pull out beds. The pods also have a drop leaf table and dining chairs.
The pods are insulated to keep you warm at night and cool during the day. We supply all the bedding, clean sheets, pillow cases and duvets.
Our Honey Pods are in a picturesque setting, the mighty Malvern Hills a perfect back drop to an idyllic glamping experience.
We have a lovely pub on site, The Drum And Monkey. Enjoy a good pub meal have some drinks and walk back to your Pod!
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