Mistletoe Farm, WR15

From flurries of blossom, to baskets of apples, to swathes of seasonal mistletoe, this working farm in Worcestershire delights with its abundance of produce throughout every season.

Growing a range of fruit across acres of orchards, Mistletoe Farm boasts not only commercial orchards with rows upon rows of pristine apple trees, it also still retains its ancient Perry orchard with trees dating back 200 years, and still bearing a selection of pears, cherries and damsons.

The main farmhouse sits within a traditional courtyard of red-brick farm buildings including an original threshing barn, sheds and a square kiln oast. Close by sit a  collection of modern agricultural buildings, including hay barns and tractor sheds.

  • Cider fruit farm of nearly 200 acres, consisting of orchards, with both very old, traditional trees (pears, cherries and damsons) to young commercial apple orchards, along with arable fields, wild flower meadows (cut for hay), pasture and small pockets of woodland too
  • Period farmhouse offering traditional features both inside and out, including an original untouched empty cellar with brick arched ceiling
  • Garden and productive vegetable patch
  • Old farm courtyard with a selection of untouched red-brick farm buildings including a very tall threshing barn where every other brick is glass and an old square kiln oast
  • Working farmyard area offering more modern agricultural buildings including workshop space, dutch barns and stores
  • Old calf sheds in the traditional orchards
  • Pond
  • Hard standing tracks
  • Vintage and modern tractors
  • Sheep, a small Dexter cattle herd, chicken and dogs


There is plenty of parking on the farm for crew vehicles. A crew base is also available on location within the main courtyard area featuring a large open place kitchen / dining room along with private loo facilities. 

Local caterers who can supply a range of food options can be recommended upon request. There are also Thai and Indian takeaways that deliver to the farm and a local pub within a 5 minute drive.

For nearby overnight accommodation, there is a glamping site neighbouring the farm, along with the local pub offering rooms and a self-catering accommodation complex located approx 10 minutes from Mistletoe Farm.


Trains run direct from London Paddington to Worcester Parkway (journey time approx 2 hours). The farm is a 45 minute drive from Worcester Parkway.

Birmingham is approximately 45 minutes by car.

Central London is approximately 3 hours by car.