Haughmond Farm

Haughmond, Uffington, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4RW

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Site owned by Andrew and Karen Teece.

Our site is situated on a 188 acre working sheep farm. The site, situated in the farm orchard is level, well drained with well spaced pitches and electric hook-ups and hosts a variety of fruit trees and countryside birds. It is secluded, yet set back only yards from the main road. Situated on top of a hill, it is surrounded by many beautiful walks and cycle tracks. The Shropshire Way follows footpaths through the farm and Haughmond Abbey an ancient monument is within walking distance. We welcome dogs and children and we are open all year round.

To access the site please drive past the entrance, turn round on the yard and telephone Andrew who will welcome you.

Facilities on site ...

  • Disabled facilities*
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.25 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SY4 4RW
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Lat 52.729398 / Lon -2.686634
OS field ref:
SJ545153
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Shrewsbury
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Shrewsbury
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Although we visited during a bad weekend with Storm Ciara on the way thought, but what a nice CL. We booked via email and got a call from Andrew the next day to confirm our booking. He explained that the field was fairly damp but only had us booked so we had the choice of the whole field and suggested we stayed fairly close to the hard-standing entrance way. We arrived in the dark but was pleasantry surprised to find the field dry and firm. Despite this, knowing the forecast for the weekend was not great I opted to reverse the ‘van off the main driveway onto the site leaving a easy getaway after the weekend. Although feeling really in the countryside this site is very close to town, with supermarkets close by which is important when you have forgotten essentials for dinner…wine! We spent Saturday wondering around Shrewsbury and then vising family just over the Welsh border. Sunday morning the weather was really bad with wind and rain. Andrew did come and check on us on Sunday morning and offered to find somewhere for us to leave our van if needed as the roads where not looking good. We will return in the summer.
Caravanner from Staffordshire

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Lovely site

visited August 2017. Stayed here several times over the years because it is a good stopover before Shrewsbury folk festival but it is also so handy to go to Haughmond Abbey (just by walking across the neighbouring field), which is well worth a visit. Previous reviewers mention road noise but cannot say that we have ever noticed it. Reasonably busy in the day but certainly OK at night. The site is an area with apple trees. Quite small, compared with some sites, but I am surprised at reviews suggesting you are on top of each other. You can space yourself around the field as the pitches are not fixed. The owner is friendly and, should you have a problem, lives on site.

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Pleasant basic site

As said in other reviews, the pitches are quite cosy to others, but it is well kept and the owners are nice people. Th instructions say to go to the top of the drive, turn round and then enter the site coming back down the drive .. but with care you can turn in on the approach. Current price £10/night .. WiFi can be good but sometimes disappears.

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Nice little site

The site has basic facilities and the pitches are quite close to each other, however the site is close to Haughmond Abbey, Attingham Park (Nat Trust), Wroxter and Shewesbury so plenty to do in the area. The owner is very friendly and helpful and keeps the site very tidy, there was some road noise but it does go quieter in an evening.
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Basic site but good value

This is a very small CL but in a lovely spot, we were squashed in between 2 other caravans, fortunately we were only there for 1 night & we didn’t want an awning up, but beware if you expect space around your pitch. At £10 per night but it’s good value & even includes free WiFi ! Although just off a B road, on a 50 mph limit it can sound like a race track, so if you want tranquility this is not the one for you. Only a short walk to Haughmond Abbey, an English Heritage site, which is worth a visit.

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