Wrekin View Caravan Site

Laburnum Cottage, Sandy Lane, Withington, Near Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4PT

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

The site is secluded and quiet with a view of one of Shropshire's best known landmarks, the Wrekin Hill which is just a short drive away and is ideal for walking and enjoying the splendid views.

There are eight pubs within three miles of the park including a real ale pub in the village and the majority of these pubs offer good home cooked food.

For those who enjoy cycling we are located on Route 81 National Cycle Route and for walkers there is an extensive network of local foot paths and lanes.

The medieval town of Shrewsbury, which is the birth place of Charles Darwin, is just five miles away. A busy town set in the loop of the River Severn with a Castle and a diverse range of shops, museums, restaurants, theatre and a cinema.

Other things to do nearby include:-

  • The World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, the birthplace of industry, with many museums.
  • Wroxeter Roman City (English Heritage) and Wroxeter Roman Vineyard.
  • The National Trust property  Attingham Park -  a popular mansion house and estate with a beautiful walled garden and woodland walks.
  • Much Wenlock  the home of the modern day Olympic Games is a small Shropshire medieval town which is quintessentially English. 
  • The Severn Valley Steam Railway which runs from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster.
  • The Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford.
  • The modern shopping centre at Telford.

There is a caravan washing facility at the site which is complimentary.

Free use of barn, with electricity, tables etc for 'get togethers'.

Brian and Josie look forward to welcoming you to their CL.

For more information please see our Website.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Pitches

Types of pitch: hardstanding, grass

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
SY4 4PT
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GPS:
Lat 52.713481 / Lon -2.636136
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SJ573130
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Shrewsbury

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The perfect CL

Can only add to the other 5 star reviews about this CL. Made welcome from the booking email, and the site owner provides a very useful local information pack plus suggestions on where to go locally. Good pub only 10 minutes away and pub meals (on Fri evening and Sunday lunch only) are worth the visit Would recommend to anyone wanting a quiet CL with lovely views

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Lovely spot & so welcoming

Second visit to this immaculately kept cl, very friendly owner, Brian, helpful and has the biggest information folder you'll ever see! Will be back again the futue.
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A week in Shropshire

A Warm welcome and guided to our selected pitch, site is well kept and tidy, all pitches a re slightly raised which gives you a nice view, easy walks all around. Village pub 10 mins walk provided a proper Sunday lunch, peace quite and time to chill lovely site.
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Beautiful view of the Wrekin.

This is a well kept site. Tended by Brian who is a lovely friendly guy. Amazing views of the Wrekin. A quiet site. There is a great area for chatting with friends and a cupboard full of books to swap. Within handy walking distance of the pub which is very friendly. Food served Friday evening and Sunday lunch. ( unfortunately dogs aren't allowed in when food being served but are welcome any other time) We had a great weekend and will definitely be back. Many thanks Brian and Josie.
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lovely site

Once again enjoyed our stay booked for 1 week but stayed 2. Brian and Josie were as welcoming as ever. We have been to this site twice and will be returning. Views to die for site kept lovely Brian always busy and helpful. Plenty to do and nice village pub in walking distance. keep up the good work. Sue and Chris
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