Review: Pitlands Farm Holidays

Review: Pitlands Farm Holidays

Back at the end of April we had a brilliant short break in The Malvern Hills. We discovered that it’s the perfect destination for an outdoor loving family, and we enjoyed our Alpaca trekking adventure. Another aspect that impressed us was our wonderful accommodation at Pitlands Farm in Clifton-upon-Teme. There is a wealth of options in the area, from hotels to camping, glamping and everything in between. As a family with a young child, we find that self catering is a great choice and allows us more freedom to follow our own routine. It also tends to be a good value option, and this is certainly true of Pitlands, with a week’s holiday starting from £345.

Despite the grey skies, the view from our bungalow was beautiful.

We stayed in ‘Pippin’ bungalow for two nights and found it to be the perfect base for exploring The Malverns. Our accommodation consisted of a roomy open plan lounge and kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

*Mum comment alert* I loved the fact that the kitchen had both a dishwasher and washing machine

The double bedroom

The second bedroom had two twin beds

I liked the fact that the bungalow had some games and books, plus lots of information on the local area. It also had a private outdoor patio, which now boasts a private hot tub as well as a stunning view. Unfortunately, we just missed out on the hot tub, but that means we’ve got a good excuse to go back! The farm complex features a range of accommodation for different sized parties, plus fishing ponds and a games room which also doubles as a breakfast room. I can personally confirm that the cooked breakfasts are absolutely delicious and well worth booking. It’s also worth noting that Pitlands Farm is pet friendly (up to two pets allowed for a supplement), which makes it ideal for family breaks.

There are a few animals dotted around that Finn loved meeting as we strolled around the grounds, including goats, alpacas, ponies and chickens.

Finn making friends with our neighbours (pun intended!) at Pitlands Farm Holidays

Pitlands Farm is located between Clifton-upon-Teme and Martley and is within easy reach of Worcester and Great Malvern, making it a great base if you plan on exploring the Malvern Hills.

Are you a fan of self catering? What are your tips for a perfect family break?




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