Our Location

Fancy walking in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale, Charles Darwin, CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien and Queen Victoria, to name but a few?

Back in the day, they all visited the Malvern Hills and the spa town of Malvern to take in the many benefits widely associated with its spring water and the majestic hills. Fast forward to the present day and Malvern is regularly visited from people far and wide, all keen to take in the delights of this Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty, with its 3,000+ acres of open grass and woodland.

You’ll find our little part of the world in Castlemorton, an idyllic, picture postcard village nestled right at the bottom of the Malvern Hills. We truly love our neck of the woods, and we’re sure you will too.

The Malvern Hills

Walking Malvern hills

Head to the Malverns and you’ll see some of England’s finest countryside, whether you fancy a gentle stroll along a tree-lined path or an energetic trek. 

Castlemorton Commons

Castlemorton Common, Worcestershire

A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Castlemorton Common has changed very little since Medieval times. Here you’ll find acres of land to roam, have a picnic, fly kites and walk the dog.

Towns & Villages

Local area

The small picturesque towns of Malvern, Ledbury, Upton-upon-Severn and Tewkesbury are all within 10-15 minutes from Swallowfields.


Explore The Local Area

Head to local attractions, such as Eastnor Castle, picnic on Castlemorton Common or simply take in the beauty of the stunning Malvern Hills. See you there!

Food & Drink

food & drink

Cook over the campfire, treat yourself to one of our tasty organic ready meals or take a wander to the local pub for a good old hearty meal. Yum, yum!


Hang Gliding

Go biking or canoeing, paddleboarding or hiking, explore our Nature Hideout or stay on-site, play a board game, watch TV, or treat yourself to a luxurious spa treatment. What’s first?


    Malvern has long been associated with healthy living, ever since it originated as a spa town. Many benefits have been linked to its spring water, as well as people. Charles Darwin, Queen Victoria and Florence Nightingale are all said to have enjoyed its therapeutic qualities.

    It’s a legacy that’s lived right on to this day and one we wholeheartedly embrace. Not only are we fortunate to be nestled at the foot of the Malvern Hills, we live and breathe nature and its many benefits.

    There’s no pounding the treadmill at Swallowfields, just beautiful walks with wonderful vistas provided by nature. Come visit our retreat and enhance your wellbeing in the best way for you, from reading a book and taking naps in your own hammock to cooking on a campfire and enjoying spa treatments. Our world awaits you…

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    Nothing beats a great family break! When you laugh so much your sides hurt and enjoy yourself so much, you’re thinking, talking (and giggling) about it for many weeks to come.

    Swallowfields is geared up for families. You’ll find that all of our safari lodges, which easily sleep six people, are located on a child-friendly site. There are also plenty of things for the whole family to see and do too.

    Take a wander in our lovely wildflower meadow, toast marshmallows on the camp fire, explore the Malvern Hills and beyond and check out our Adventure Castle and Nature Hideout! You can even bring the dog too!

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    You just bring yourself, we’ll point you in the direction of the action! And there’s lots of it!

    Maybe you want to challenge yourself and try something different, like paddleboarding or kayaking, or perhaps you want to practice your favourite hobby, such as mountain biking or hiking?

    There are lots of things to do all around Swallowfields and, when you’re back at your lodge, there’s a relaxing hot tub waiting for you.

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    We’re animal-lovers here at Swallowfields and we understand that your dog is a big part of your family, so why leave them behind?

    They’ll be right at home in our pet-friendly safari lodges. There’s oodles of room for them, their bed, bowls and fave toy! All that we ask, is that you keep them on a lead when walking around on-site and don’t leave them unattended.

    For just £25 per dog, per stay*, you can make sure the entire family get their hands (and paws) on our wonderful glamping experience! Oh, and don’t forget to ask us about our complimentary doggie essentials pack too!

    * Maximum of two dogs per lodge

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