Tedstill House Farm

Middleton Scriven, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6AH

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Come and visit us at our pretty CL site set in the beautiful countryside of Shropshire. Our CL is set on a small working farm and offers panoramic views, electric hook ups, space for an awning and is lawned with two taps available for the use of CL guests. There is a raised and covered decked area for picnics and a water feature with coloured lights.Sorry but no groundsheets.

Two miles away our local pub serves a famous carvery which is second to none. Each August the local Summer Show is held at nearby Burwarton and offers a wide range of trade stands, heavy horse, cattle, sheep, pig, goat, horse and pony classes, vintage tractors, engines and machinery and entertainment for the whole family including dare devil stunts and formation dancing with JCBS.

Further afield is the historic market town of Bridgnorth (4.5 miles) with the River Severn running through it. Why not catch a ride on the Severn Valley Railway - this 16 mile line runs along the Severn Valley from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster and is one of the most popular heritage railways in the country. A highlight of the trip is the crossing of the river by the Victoria Bridge a 200 foot single span high above the water. Take time to visit the famous Iron Bridge which was the first arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron and is now a classed as a Grade 1 listed building.

An easy 30 minute drive will take you to Stourport-on-Severn, a unique Georgian canal town in the heart of the Severn Valley with plenty of open space for the whole family. Activities include boat hire, river cruising, crazy golf, go-karting and paddling pools. Stourport has numerous events during the year such as the Vintage Steam Rally, Stourport Rowing Regatta, a Country and Western Festival and the Three Kings Parade and Christmas Lights. 

Just upstream from Stourport is Bewdley which is an attractive Georgian town and also Ludlow a thriving medieval market town with a traditional open-air market. If you enjoy walking and peace and tranquillity then take time to visit the Wyre Forest which is one of the largest surviving areas of ancient semi-natural woodland left in Great Britain.

With so much to see and do around this area we look forward to welcoming you to our CL soon.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.75 acres

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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WV16 6AH
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Lat 52.487971 / Lon -2.459218
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Just the one night

Tedstill House Farm
We stayed here as a stopover en-route to North Wales so didn't really get the true feel of the place, but we received a friendly welcome and enjoyed our brief visit. The grassy site is sloping, and not the biggest field, and I did notice all the hook-up plugs were in the same location, so crowding might be a problem when busy. There is a hard-standing pitch available and we were offered it, but for one night only we were happy on the grass. And crowding not an issue in the middle of December! The site is secure with automatic gates, and extremely secluded and peaceful.

Aggie Pirate

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Reviewed on 12/12/2021 18:39

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Lovely quiet CL

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We had an overnight stay here and couldn’t have been made more welcome ! The site is beautifully maintained and the surrounding countryside is stunning . This is a very out of the way site so don’t expect restaurants and pubs unless you are happy to drive ! 16 Amp hook up is a boon and water, disposal etc are really well maintained and handily situated . Blissful! We will be back!

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Reviewed on 01/06/2021 11:19

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The drive from the main road to the site is a little bit scary as it is quite narrow however we had no problem, on arrival at the site we were made very welcome, by the owner,its a lovely site and I would highly recommend it to anyone just wish we could have stayed a little longer however we will definitely go back.

hix

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Reviewed on 27/08/2019 17:59

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Tedstill House Farm
Following the SD directions and not a sat nav to this CL is advised, the lanes after leaving the main road are fairly narrow but quiet and we didn't meet any other traffic. THe entrance to the site is wide so access is easy, gate is closed at night, but the code is given on arrival. The site is a little remote, but it does mean it is very quiet which suited us. The site is lawned with just a slight slope, surrounded by flowers,bushes and friut trees.The facilities are very good and hook ups are well spaced. Mrs Hewitt is very friendly and has lovely free range eggs for sale. There are wonderful views from the site and the lanes are quiet so suutable for walking the dog. We did a very pleasant 3 mile circular walk from the site. Bridgnorth is only a few miles away, start point for the Severn Valley Railway, it has a good selection of shops and a Saturday market. Bewdley is only a short drive away, we also visited NT Dudmaston and Comer Woods , check opening times for Dudmaston, and it is closed on Saturday. We enjoyed our visit to this lovely CL and will be returning ☺

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Tedstill House Farm
The owner was waiting for us as we pulled into the site and we were made very welcome. The site is on a well maintained lawn with beautiful views across the valley. The site is sloping but levelling blocks soon sorted that out. Access to all the facilities were close at hand. Despite being tucked away in the countryside, access to Bridgnorth by either route was easy. To be recommended is a visit to the Black Country Living Museum at Dudley. Very well worth it and not to difficult to find once in Dudley. The eggs we brought home with us were eggcellent!! Beautiful yellow yolks and tasty.

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Reviewed on 19/06/2018 16:50

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