Self-Catering Accommodation and small touring Caravan Site in a peaceful, rural location at the foot of The Malvern Hills, 
on the edge of Castlemorton Common in the Heart of England.


Wi-fi provided.

3 x one bedroom, comfortable, cosy, well maintained self catering bungalows. 

Well equipped for couples (sorry, no children) wanting to stay in a peaceful, rural location near the Malvern Hills.

Wagtail is dog friendly with an enclosed garden and walks from the door (also dog exercise field available).


May be suitable for people with limited mobility - please ask.

Beautiful Malvern Views.


£15 per night (based on 2 adults sharing, including 16 amp electric).

We have run as a Caravan Club CL for many years but the time has come to run as a small 9 van independent site. We hope to continue to welcome all our Caravan Club members. 

Adults Only - No Children.

A quiet and peaceful site which provides spacious, well maintained pitches. 
EHU (16 amp), TV, water and drainage to each pitch.

Internet access is available in the summerhouse.

Well behaved dogs are welcome (no charge). Walks from the door and a dog exercise field is available.


The access is not suitable for caravans over 24ft or fifth wheelers.

Beautiful Malvern Views.



The Turbles is an excellent location for relaxing or walking and cycling around the Malvern Hills. Providing easy access to the three counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.

A green lane from The Turbles provides an attractive walk to Castlemorton Common then to the Malvern Hills.

 A short cut across the common provides a nice walk to Welland PO & Village Stores (approx 1 mile). The shop is well stocked and also has a cafe so you can stop for coffee & cake whilst out.

There are 2 pubs within walking distance - The Plume of Feathers and The Robin Hood.

3 mi to Three Counties Showground.

Closest towns are Upton upon Severn (5 mi), Malvern (6 mi) and Ledbury (7 mi). Within easy reach of Tewkesbury (11 mi), Worcester (13 mi), Gloucester (15 mi)Hereford (23 mi) and 
Forest of Dean (30 mi).