Pitlands Farm Holidays
Pitlands Farm Holidays is run by John & Diane Mann and Ian & Alice Mann is situated three quarters of a mile from the picturesque village of Clifton-on-Teme, the farm’s facilities include a variety of accommodation to suit all party sizes.
Within the grounds are gardens are two coarse fishing pools, stocked with carp, rudd and tench and a games room complete with a table tennis and pool table.
Treat yourself to beauty treatments or holistic therapies from our visiting beauty therapist, Julia Haywood of Pure Thyme Holistic Therapies.
We also have a function room with pool table, log burner, kitchen and toilets.
Seating for approximately 45 – ideal venue for guests who book multiple properties to get together socially, and perhaps even eat together.
The surrounding area offers plenty to do for walkers, fisherman, golfers, and families.
Day fishing tickets can also be purchased for a private stretch of the Teme at Ham Bridge.
Walkers can explore our beautiful countryside, Worcestershire Way is only 1/2 mile away.
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