The Leopard

Leo Farm, Benthall Lane, Benthall, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12 5RR

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • The site is secluded and quiet with a panoramic view overlooking the Ironbridge and Gorge.
  • 1 mile from the famous Ironbridge and museums with 13 amp electric hookup
  • A level site with good television reception, dogs allowed, open all year.
  • Good area for walking
  • Linda looks forward to welcoming you to her CL.

Facilities on site ...

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

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1 acres

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Postcode:
TF12 5RR
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GPS:
Lat 52.615853 / Lon -2.49453
OS field ref:
SJ666022
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Lovely friendly site, perfect location

Linda came out to greet us, such a friendly family, extremely helpful. Site was a perfect location for walking into Ironbridge, it was like stepping back in time, museums, independent shops and lovely cafes/tea rooms. The views from the site were amazing, the site being extremely peaceful and a short walk into the local village Broseley, which had a good selection of shops, butchers, supermarkets. We spent a thoroughly enjoyable 2 weeks at The Leopard, and was very sad to leave.
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Peace and Tranquility

After Cirencester Club site this was a haven of peace and tranquility. Basic amenities but all we needed, kind and generous hosts. Plenty of walking accessible directly from the site and cycle paths/bridlepaths we would like to explore another time. You can walk off road down through fields and woods partly along the Shropshire Way to Ironbridge or take the shorter walk by the road. The site is at the top of the hill so the walk or cycle back up is a workout (ebike recommended!). There is a breeze up at the site which was very welcome in the hot weather we had, might be a bit wild at other times of the year. If like me you are a weather watcher this is a great place to observe those weather fronts rolling in. Definitely a place we would like to revisit.
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We received a lovely warm welcome from Linda Perfect for visiting ironbridge and surrounding museums Linda is a mine of knowledge on the area so you are in good hands
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lovely site and a warm welcome

what a lovely welcome, even in the rain. a real pleasure to be shown where everything is, which includes the very thoughtful and helpful information shed. there are a couple of picnic tables to use to admire the countryside views. there is a bus stop right at the site (which is itself easily accessible). not many buses but good enough to visit Telford or Much Wenlock or places inbetween (timetables in information booth). fresh water and cdp are both handy. all the pitches, grass and hardstanding come with ehu if required. Ironbridge is 1.5m away, walkable with a footpath albeit narrow in places and downhill on the way there. stop at the toll house museum when you get there (free entry). several coffee shops, pubs and shops to see too. as the weather was bad we choose to get the bus back (easiest place is in the car park at the far end of town, where you will also find the tourist info). got off bus in Broseley to get a few essentials and a bit more exercise walking up the hill to the site. even in the worst weather (monsoon type rain for most of our stay) we have felt welcomed and enjoyed our relaxing visit. PS if you are lucky you may get a greeting from Kenneth the black cat too.
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Lovely welcome from Linda. Shown where all facilities were and made very welcome. Good site for access to Ironbridge and Telford area. Will call again
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