Streetway House

Watling Street, Brewood, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST19 9LN

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  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Being just 2.5 miles West of Junction 12 off the M6 our CL offers an ideal stopover to break a long journey. It is also an excellent base from which to visit the many attractions in the area.

The 0.50 acre main paddock is lawned grass on a very gentle southern slope offering dawn to dusk sunshine and extensive views to the south. Although only 50 yards from the A5 a high hedge shields the site from road noise.

A separate hardstanding area (grassed-over hardcore) is available (within the 5-van limit) for motorhomes and winter visitors. All pitches have access to 16A electrical hook-ups.

There are shops pubs and restaurants in Brewood (1.5 miles) and Penkridge (3 miles). A local pub/restaurant - the Bell - is just a 100yard walk away. The main towns of Telford (12 miles), Stafford (9 miles), Cannock (5 miles) and Wolverhampton (9 miles) are within easy reach.

Popular visitor attractions include the Shropshire Union and Staffs/Worcs canals, Cannock Chase Forest, The Black Country and Ironbridge Museums, RAF Cosford Museum, Weston Park, Shugborough Hall, Wightwick Manor, Moseley Old Hall and Boscobel.

Brochures for most local attractions are available in our well-stocked Information Room.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
ST19 9LN
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GPS:
Lat 52.694086 / Lon -2.173896
OS field ref:
SJ885107
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Penkridge
  • Train station within 5 miles

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First night away!

First night away in our new motorhome. We wanted somewhere an hour away from home and not too far from Hayes Leisure ( our dealership). Pleasant site, basic facilities with electric hook up, water and cdp. We enjoyed our first experience of motorhoming. We were on a hard standing pitch and other pitches ( 1 more hard standing) did seem close together. Site is only half an acre so 5 pitches will be closer than on 2 acres for example. Very friendly owner.
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Cramped site

Used this site for a stopover en route to Liverpool. Easy access off main road. The access gate to the field is a bit narrow going in. Coming out was easier! There are 7 spaces a mixture of grass and hardstanding. We pitched on hardstanding which was only just wide and long enough for our 7.25m motorhome. Pitches are very close together.There was water available opposite our pitch. No sign of a toilet. The view is of two paddocks with horses. The pictures on this website look nothing like it. Turning back out onto the main road to head back to the M6 was difficult due to bad visibility. Okay for overnight but wouldn't stay longer.
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Good overnighter posibly more

We have stayed on this site on and off for at least 6 years, Tom and his family took this over two years ago, and it is a good basic CL, the toilet is for the camping fraternity only. There is more work going on during the next two years to put in a shower, but that is not a given. We have a 7m motorhome. There is 16 amp hook up, if required, fresh water, and hard standings, which are not concrete, but are sufficient for the very reasonable £12. a night. The outlook across the fields are lovely, with the horses being exercised which is a joy to watch. All in all a lovely respite camp site, away from the M6 but nearer enough for access to it. The pub was being refurbished while we were there. There is a garage just up the road, for newspapers, and fuel.

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Mmmmmm?

This is possibly the hardest of sites I've had to review. 1. The owner is very friendly and helpful. 2. The site is lovely. 3. Very easy access from motorway. 4. The entrance/exit is a potential accident waiting to happen - very close proximity to a main road. 5. Road noise is insesent. 6. Welcome can't fault but (as mentioned by others) experience/motor mover is essential.
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It's smaller than it looks

A very tortuous entrance, with husband saying "I don't know if I can get in here", we arrived to find that one of the 2 hard standing pitches was already taken by a large motor home. He had taken the easiest pitch.The other one, which we chose because the grass looked a bit difficult to manoeuvre into with our caravan, took a great deal of adjusting to get into. As it was on a bit of a downward slope with a couple of badly placed trees, we struggled to get settled. In the end as we were only staying one night we opted to accept the left to right tilt of the van because to try to get the wedges under the wheel would have been an effort too far. We have a 7mtr length van, not one of the longest, but not a little one either, without a motor mover. It was a good job there were only the two outfits in the site that night. My advice with this site is, if you have a long caravan, without a mover, go somewhere else. It's fine if you have a motorhome and are happy on grass, which we generally prefer by the way. It is a very small site. The photos make it look much larger than it actually is. All the caravans would be on top of each other with 5 in residence. On the way out next morning, we had to stop at a main road junction, on an upward slope, immediately out of the site, to turn right to go back to the M6. The road surface at that point was a bit loose and as we pulled out into the main road, the smell of burning rubber from our front wheeled Vectra was very worrying. On the plus side, this CL had all the usual services you would expect from a basic CL and was very handy for a 1 night stop off the M6. I wouldn't have wanted to stay longer.
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