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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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding

Electric hook up available

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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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What a find!

We were in the rainy north yesterday morning and decided to head south where the forecast was better. While en route my husband spent ages looking at the CAMC map and studying the book. We opted for The Leopard based on it being not far from the motorway, near a pub and having good views. We booked over the phone. We probably didn’t take the best route to get here, but we were met on arrival. V welcoming. There are both hard standing and grass pitches. We chose grass, opting for the v best view. It is right across the Ironbridge Valley. There is walking from the site, so we’ll be back with the dog. We went to The Duke of York Inn last night (20-25 min walk). Sadly the last home made steak & kidney pie had just gone, but we ate heartily and the ale was good. It is dog friendly, we noticed. There are loads of museums to visit in the vicinity, but I doubt the dog can go. While we are dog free today, we are off to the local clay pipe museum!
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Peaceful sight

Friendly welcome, lovely peaceful site easy access to Ironbridge museums, local taxis good value for money.
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A beautiful site with stunning views

What a beautiful site. Well kept with stunning views of surrounding countryside. We were made most welcome and would recommend this site to everyone. Only a few miles from Ironbridge and if you're in a campervan like we were with no other transport, the local taxi services are cheap enough to use to sight see if you don't fancy walking in.
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Lovely Welcome and Lovely Views.

Linda gave us a genuine and hearty welcome and we immediately felt at home. The site has open views over the countryside of Shropshire and is quiet, yet, surrounded by nearby places of interest. It was a pleasure to stay at this gem of a site. We will be back.
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Hidden gem

We found this great gem of a site and have stayed 5 nights and booked to come back at the end of our holiday for a further 3 nights, we enjoyed it so much. Yes, the walk back up from Ironbridge may be steep for some but we enjoyed it each day and didn't find it too difficult but then we are relatively used to hills coming from the Lake District. There is a bus stop just outside the site - we never used it but we did use a taxi to get to Blist Hills, it was only £5 so much more convenient than moving our camper. Great welcoming site to visit to see the area and visit the Ironbridge museums, the majority of which are within walking distance. Thanks for our lovely stay.

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