Hide at Haws Hill

The Hide at Haws Hill, nr Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

This is glamping at its most luxurious, The Hide is totally off grid in stunning rural Worcestershire, surrounded by glorious English countryside and wildlife, for two people or solo travellers, set in half an acre of herbal leys and wildflowers. The Hide has DDA compliant accessed threshold, greater than 32 inches, plus trifold opening doors, a wet room style shower room, outside bath, log burner, king-size bed with orthopaedic mattress and your nearest neighbour over 250m away.

This cleverly-designed space is tiny at 40 ft x 8 ft and is a bespoke conversion upcycling a shipping container, a world away from its past life across the South China Sea! It has been designed to accommodate guests with restricted maneuverability encompassing larger doorways, flush access into the main living area and bathroom, shower seat and wet room style bathroom, along with open plan living and sleeping area. There is a level patio area and an access ramp with a 1 in 20 gradient, 1100mm wide, to facilitate access from the parking immediately next to the ramp. The front door access is 980mm wide and the trifold doors open even further. The access to the wet room is via sliding door (800mm wide), the floor non-slip wet and the dimensions are 2120mm x 1750mm. The shower wet room access is 780mm. The Hide offers a luxury, peaceful stay for anyone aspiring to enjoy the countryside, nature, tranquility and general wellness.

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Good to know

  • Easy accommodation

    King-size bed with a freestanding fan for the hot days, off grid will not support AC. The wet room has a gravity rain shower, again this is off grid glamping, no power showers here, but you can immerse yourself in the wonderful double-ended bath outside.

    Cooking facilities comprise a 4 ring gas hob and outside barbeque. Gas fired central heating and hot water. The Hide is powered by solar and a silent generator (which is not silent, only kicking in if there is excess power usage).

  • What's included

    Wifi is good using a mobile router. Mobile signal is good. There is a TV and a fridge with a mini freezer for ice. Parking is right next to the front door. Motorbikes and bikes are also welcome, with plenty of space to park up.

    The patio is simply furnished with wooden armchairs and foot stalls and a hammock. The outside bath is discretely tucked into a corner.

  • Why stay here?

    You are visiting The Hide to enjoy the countryside and its offerings... owls that live in the hay barn at the bottom of the half acre, hares that live in the fields, ancient Oak trees and general tranquility. We advise guests to treat their visit as luxury glamping in order manage expectations. It does not have the facilities of a 5* hotel, it has limitations! It can get hot in the summer, we provide a fan, it does not have AC but it is such a glorious location it's perfect to sleep with the trifold doors open.

    Access to the Hide is via a narrow tarmac track that is also public bridle path and public footpath network offering fabulous walking and exploring from the Hide. While they are infrequently used you may come across riders so please be considerate and don't startle horses. we have placed a mirror on the path so that when you exit the property in a vehicle, please do check that nothing 2 or 4 legged is coming up or down the track before pulling out.

    We are super environmentally friendly and conscious of our carbon footprint with this latest addition. We have planted over 1200m of native hedging in 2024, using the fleeces from our Ryeland sheep flock to mulch and retain moisture during establishment. Unfortunately due to power restrictions and insurance cover the provision of electric vehicle charging has been prohibited. If you drive an EV and need a charging point we can give you information.

  • Travelling together and need more space?

    Five hundred metres further up the drive, is Ryeland Loft, our lovely one-bedroom sanctuary for a couple or solo traveller located in our quite farmyard. Guests staying here have use of garage storage underneath the Loft, by prior arrangement, which can be shared if you are one party.


Haws Hill views

Useful info
Safety & privacy

We feel very safe on the farm and appreciate guests come to a rural location such as this to enjoy uninterrupted privacy. Hopefully you won't need assistance and will enjoy your privacy but we are available if you need us.

No guest pets

As we have animals including horses, pedigree Ryeland sheep, dogs and cats, we do not allow guests to bring dogs. We ask that you take care when driving in and out as our animals are often around the yard.

Provisions

If the chickens are laying we will leave you some eggs and any spare produce. From Spring we enjoy an abundance of fruit and veg including red and black currents, artichokes, raspberries, strawberries, plums, apples, damsons, pears and green gauges from the orchard.

Venture out

Well off the beaten track, this is paradise for countryside adventures. A network of walking and cycling routes are accessible from the doorstep and connect with routes across the county. We can offer undercover storage for motorbikes.

Amenities

Tenbury Wells is just under 2 miles away and is a lovely market town on the banks of the River Teme. There are lots of lovely independent shops for you to stock up with local produce including a fabulous butcher, greengrocer, deli and bakery plus a little Tesco.

Further afield

The UK's second largest city, Birmingham, is 40 miles away and Hay-on-Wye, famous for its wonderful annual book festival is less than an hour's drive away. A car or bike is a pre-requisite as there are no public transport links in the immediate vicinity and we are a good mile from the main road.


The Hide at Haws Hill Availability

Reservation Process

As we offer a minimum 1 night stay, changeover day varies. We discount stays of 6 nights or more and give 10% off to returning guests. Please get in touch directly for availability and tariffs if you would like to stay at The Hide at Haws Hill for periods that differ from the current normal structure.

The Hide at Haws Hill is not set up to accommodate additional guests including children.


Tariff

Season Min nights stay Rate per night
October - March 1 £180 per night or £1,000 per week
April - September 1 £180 per night or £1,200 per week
Premium 4 £250 per night

Premium periods Christmas/New Year (21 December - 1 January) and Easter (29 March - 1 April 2024).


Availability

To find out the price for your stay you can use the preview here. The calendar below shows availability (in white), which you can also use to find out prices and start your reservation. Note an additional cleaning fee is applied once dates selected.



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Hide at Haws Hill

The purchase of this project, The Hide at Haws Hill, was part funded by the UK Government through the Rural England Prosperity Fund in partnership with Malvern Hills District Council.