Woodhall Farm is set in the idyllic countryside of Wichenford just a 10 minute drive from the city centre of Worcester. With breath-taking views over the Malvern Hills and plenty of activities close-by to keep you entertained, your stay at Woodhall Farm will provide many happy memories!
We have the following glamping units available to rent as well as tent pitches if you’d prefer to bring your own tent:
2 x Medium Tipi (sleeps 2-4)
1 x Large Tipi (sleeps 4-6)
2 x Bell Tent (sleeps 5)
1 x Viking Tent (sleeps 2-3)
Fishing, archery, reindeer and alpaca interactions are just a short 10 minute walk to the Cob House Fisheries. A quad biking centre is just a 2 minute drive away where you can trek across varied terrain and woodland with picnic areas suitable for all ages.
Several village pubs are in close proximity to relax and enjoy some local cuisine!
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In the south are the Cotswolds and their enchanting stone-built villages and heart-lifting rural scenery.
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