Herberts Field

Upper Hook Road, Upton Upon Severn, Worcestershire, WR8 0AX

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  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Herberts Field is a spacious 5 acre site, split into two paddocks. Views across to the west are of the beautiful Malvern Hills which have fantastic walks and stunning landscapes. We can accommodate dogs as one paddock is great for giving them a run without interfering with people on the site.

The site is very tranquil with plenty of space but within just half a mile of one of the best eating pubs in Worcestershire 'The Inn at Welland' which offers breakfast, coffees and afternoon teas, lunch and dinner. There are many attractions nearby such as the Three Counties Showground, Steam Rally and annual music festivals.

We have hard standing for all of the spots as with our English weather we need it!

Please come and visit us soon.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • WC (exclusive use)

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3 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Lat 52.0635 / Lon -2.2684
OS field ref:
SO816406
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Herberts Field
This was a lovely quiet site with basic facilities which suited us just fine. The site location was great for accessing the towns we visited: Great Malvern, Upton-upon Severn, Pershore, Ledbury and Evesham. There was a choice of grass and hard standing flat pitches - I believe all with EHU and some with water too (otherwise water by the toilet block). The owner, Lynne, was very friendly and helpful. We didn't try terrestrial TV but 2 bars of EE's 4G gave us adequate streaming capability. We'd recommend this site for a quiet stay. Listen out for the green woodpecker which visits - every day when we were there (July 2021).

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Reviewed on 29/07/2021 22:18

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Well located site for the Malverns and Upton upon Severn.

Herberts Field
This site is well run by by the owners who clearly want you to enjoy yourselves in a very relaxed way. The toilets a very well maintained and some pitches are fully serviced which is a bonus. We felt very welcomed and enjoyed our stay enormously. We will return again soon.

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Reviewed on 04/06/2021 18:41

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Herberts Field
Nice friendly welcome from Lynne , everything explained and pointed out , we were the only ones on site (October 2020) so loads of choice of pitch . Plumped for hardstanding given the time of year but all pitches neat and flat , and most had their own water . Don't understand previous reviewers comments as all taps clearly marked and free of hoses of any kind ? . Elsan point separate with own rinse tap by waste bins behind toilets . Toilets clean and tidy . Well placed for Malvern Hills , 3 Counties showground , beautiful surrounding countryside and on edge of Cotswolds . Great chippy in Upton 5 mins away . Will definitely be back .

waz51

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Reviewed on 15/11/2020 17:04

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A great CL, only one reservation

Herberts Field
Last week we received a relaxed and friendly welcome on arrival. There was a choice of five hardstanding and five grass pitches. It is a very accessible site with a quiet field with horses in fenced off area. The hardstanding pitches are grouped around a barn/stable block. We had a very enjoyable week there although we did have one reservation. The water tap (sign ‘Drinking water’) and the area around it is used by the owners to clean the horses mucking out equipment. There isn’t a drain and the equipment is cleaned either beneath the tap or with a hosepipe. The owners leave the hosepipe connected after they have used it; this means members have to use both hands to disconnect it. While chatting to the owner I pointed out the hygiene implications regarding this area but she didn’t appear concerned and referred me to a second tap on the other side of the stable. When I found this tap but it wasn’t labelled and had an even dirtier hose connected to it. I wouldn’t have recorded these comments had I received a more positive comment to my observations. This problem could be easily and cheaply solved and then Herbert's Field would be a great CL.

Tynwain

Reviewed on 19/10/2020 19:00

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Herberts Field
I know dogs are welcome but 3 units arrived together, built a temporary dog compound around 6m x 8m, complete with gate and let their 8 dogs run free, play and bark (from 7:30am). Then there was the noise all day from the very nearby gun club. We never met the owners so unable to mention the above comments. Otherwise a lovely location!

Barryand

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Reviewed on 14/09/2020 10:44

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