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Irongorge Camping, Coach House, Strethill Road, Coalbrookdale, Shropshire TF8 7EY
“I've been towing for over 20 years and picked up a good few tips that I wish I'd known years ago. Well worth the time and money” - Phillip, County Durham
Do you want to try Caravanning before you buy your own, you can hire one from us and stay on our site to see if a Touring Caravan is ideal for your Holidays.
At Cartref there are 35 pitches in the family area, all with electric hook up, a mixture of grass and hardstanding. A further 11 hard standing pitches all with electric hook up in a separate ADULTS ONLY area.
England’s first community owned farm, offering a warm welcome to all in their cosy glamping yurts.
Foxholes Castle Camping is a Touring Campsite for tents, caravans and camper vans, it is situated on the Shropshire Welsh Border an area known as the Welsh Marches, ten minutes walk on the Shropshire way from the beautiful market town of Bishops Castle.
For the more energetic there is good walking and cycling in the area, a good walk is up the Wrekin where it is said you can view 5 Counties on a clear day. There are many less strenuous walks nearby too, perhaps a stroll along the Shropshire Union Canal and a visit to Norbury Junction to see the many narrow boats.
Remember to book through coolcamping.co.uk for your chance to win a campervan for the weekend.
All campsites in Shropshire offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach, and no visit to Shropshire would be complete without visiting Ironbridge Gorge, Wroxeter Roman City, Hawkstone Historic Park and the mysterious Ludlow Castle. Whatever the season, camping in Shropshire is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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With many facilities such as showers, toilets, private washbasins, and a hair dryer for the ladies. Also a fully fitted wet room with disability access. Outside sinks provide an area for washing up and children's play park.
Pam Prince and family present to you a labour of love – the Small Batch campsite. It’s been in the family for 39 years, not quite as old as the hills, but long enough to know the best ways up, down and around them.
It is an ideal campsite to explore the countryside, on foot, bike on road, or off road. With The Long Mynd, the home of the Midland Gliding Club, Wild Edric’s Way and Offas dyke.
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Cartref is also the first campsite off the A5 travelling North West making it an ideal stop off on your route to North and Mid Wales.
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The Withies Campsite, Stretton Road, Much Wenlock, Shropshire TF13 6DD
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nestled in the countryside with views of the surrounding Shropshire Hills
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Clun is a 10-minute drive from the campsite, or a beautiful walk through farm and woodland. Clun and its surrounding villages are famous in the work of A E Houseman. In the motte of the ruins of Clun Castle the annual Green- man Festival is held on the first bank holiday in May, as well as the Clun Valley Beer Festival in October.
Caravanning in Shropshire
Originally used by Oddsocks theatre company, this stunningly converted mobile stage is now a glamping cart available to hire for weekends and breaks in beautiful Shropshire.
Fernwood Caravan Park is located near Lyneal, south east of Ellesmere in the rural county of Shropshire, full of unspoiled countryside, lakes, woods and breathtaking views.
Holiday Homes are available for purchase with caravan hire also available to sample this delightful setting.
With easy access from the A5,Cartref is an ideal base to explore the attractive market towns of Shropshire and along the Welsh border. For example Ludlow, voted one of the top 20 foodie towns of Great Britain; Bishops Castle, with it's two breweries, a must for those who enjoy a good pint of real ale. For those who enjoy walking there are many possibilities, discover the Shropshire Hills AONB's (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty), walk along the Shropshire Way, or Offas Dyke.
Please note: The Lake shown in our photographs is not on site, but is a short stroll from the camp site
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National Trust properties such as Attingham Park, Powis Castle, Chrik Castle, Erddig, Boscobel House to name but a few are within easy driving distance.
Please contact us for pricing and availability of our luxury glamping pods.
Situated 5 miles from the historic town of Shrewsbury and Ironbridge and its many museums is 18 miles away. There are many good public hoses within the area, a great location for pitching up a test.
Foxholes is in prime position for camping and visiting Welshpool with, Powys Castle and its beautiful gardens and collection of treasures and Llanfair Ceireinion light railway.
Shropshire has many traditional market towns including gourmet Ludlow and the county town of Shrewsbury.
We have lots of sites that are a perfect base for long walks amongst the fallen leaves or fun weekend breaks with the kids. Visit a spooky castle for Halloween or see the striking autumn colours at an arboretum, it’s a great time to go touring.
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