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Out to Grass in Worcestershire

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Whether you’re seeking out luxury living, or going full on ‘Bear Grylls’ survival mode, whatever type of escape you’re looking for, Out To Grass has got you covered. Tucked away in a small valley hiding amongst the vast greenery of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, OTG goes back to basics with a ‘pitch-where-you-please’ approach and a dedicated crew on hand to welcome you with a smile and help you with just about anything from pitching your tent to a simple friendly chat.

A serene destination to let the kids off their leads to roam the meadow footloose and fancy free whilst you immerse yourself in the sounds of the countryside. Chillax with some summer afternoon tunes and a pint of local brew from our onsite bar and then settle around our cushty communal fire for Friday camp stew and toasted marshmallows. Dreamy.

For those looking for something a little more ‘up-market’ from canvas and pegs, you can snuggle down in to one of our glamping pods, kitted out with proper beds, cooking equipment and even electric plug sockets to make your weekend, be it with family, as a couple, or even on your own one of pure bliss.
Our facilities have fully functioning flushers stocked up with paper, hand basins with soap, and even hot showers with eco-friendly hair and body wash provided so you don’t have to worry if you happen to forget a couple of essentials. Even our washing up station comes with eco friendly washing up liquid so there’s no fear of those eggs you had for breakfast making a smelly comeback on the journey home!

For the adventurers out there, The Malvern Hills are idyllic walking territory. There’s not a spot on them that isn’t beautiful, and if you need a break halfway up, the infamous St Anne’s Well Café is perfectly placed to re-energise you with yummy snacks and fresh spring water straight from the source. The town itself is scattered with independent shops, cafés and pubs as well as the world’s smallest theatre, The Theatre of Small Convenience, converted from an old men’s lavatory in 1999 in to a charming theatre seating up to 12 guests for puppetry, poetry, monologues and more.

If urban is what you’re seeking, the city of Worcester is just what you’re after. At less than a half hour’s drive away it boasts half-timbered Tudor buildings and regal Georgian homes balanced with more stark modern structures, all outlined by the River Severn in all its greatness as it ebbs along the western edge of the city and past Worcester’s mighty cathedral.

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If carlsberg made campsites..... OTG is the best we have stayed on in ages. We were due to go to Wales but the weather looked horrible so we found OTG last minute and loved it. The views are stunning; the staff are kind, friendly and helpful; the site is extremely well maintained; the bar is well stocked. We were 4 dads with 7 kids between 2 and 8 years, and once we arrived we quickly decided that we didn't need to go anywhere for the rest of the weekend. We were lucky enough to land on a weekend when they put on a drumming session in the main dome, and then played really great dub music until fairly late. (If you want a silent campsite after 9pm, look elsewhere!) The following day we all took part in a drumming workshop which was excellent. On the final evening the rains caught up with us in a big way, but we were allowed to use one of the domes to shelter the kids from the storm and staff brought games and activities for them to play while we secured the tents.
It was a brilliant weekend! Thanks OTG!
Stuart (24th Aug 2015)
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Thank you guys was great having you all in the dome for a dance.
Recently stayed as part of a very last minute trip with 6 other friends (we decided that morning that we wanted to go camping.

Booking was really easy and the lady that answered the phone couldn't be more helpful and pleasant.
Site is beautiful and has really amazing views, you can tell that they go to a lot of effort to keep it well maintained.
Great facilities including a fully fitted community kitchen a "club house" that included a pool table.

Free use of fire pits so we had a fire for the evening by our tents and a great on site bar for a few evening drinks.

Can't rate this place highly enough, we will be back before the season ends!
Gareth Welch (8th Sep 2014)
parked up here for a few days with the boy and 5 of his mates,they ran around wild ate ,lots of sausages and sleep like logs. perfect for wild weekend(or week)
Joe Mason (22nd Sep 2013)
For a campsite it was perfect, had everything you needed, the grounds were lovely and very well kept, the staff were very polite and helpfull with anything you needed. Very peaceful exactly what you want when you go camping. Can't wait to go again.
Jack (15th Aug 2012)