Gilberries Hall Farm

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Lovely site with beautiful views

Just returned from a lovely weekend at Gilberries Hall site. This was only our second visit to a CL and we were pleasantly surprised by the spacious pitches and excellent facilities. The pitches are all hardstanding and well laid out, with plenty of grassed area. The toilet block is kept spotless, its heated, with 2 showers and hairdryer (free). There is also plenty of information leaflets for things to do round-about. We would highly recommend the Plough Inn just round the corner, there is a lovely cosy atmosphere and the staff are very friendly. We were even allowed to take our dog in with us while we enjoyed a lovely meal. All in all, we would recommend this site and will definately be returning soon.

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Tranquil & Relaxing site in beautiful countryside

Just back from a lovely week away at this CL. The site was easily accessible with level & spacious hardstanding pitches with grass areas in between, looking out over a large lawned area and fields beyond. Friendly & welcoming owners, you leave your payment in the envelopes provided within the toilet/shower area. The toilets and showers were kept very clean even when it became muddy. The weather was glorious for the first half of our stay and we spent a few days basking in the sun on site, there was no evidence of the chicken farm an earlier review mentions. The owners have a dog who occasionally comes to see who is on site, she was very friendly and keen to play with our springer. We never saw The Plough, in Wall under Heywood open during our stay but would recommend a visit to the Royal Oak in Cardington, fantastic food. Lots of places to visit in the surrounding area, a drive up Long Mynd not for the faint hearted!! Church Stretton, 10 min drive away has shops, restaurants and pubs. Overall lovely CL in beautiful countryside.
Caravanner from Lancashire

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Unkempt and with a pong in the air!

We stopped here in February 2014. The owner is no longer a member of the CC, his mother was who used to run the site. This is a working intensive chicken farm and don't you know it at times when the wind is the wrong direction....... It stinks! The directions in the Club's site book are wrong, they should read........ When approaching from Church Stretton and shortly after passing through the village of Wall (Under Haywood) take the 1st turning to the left, signed to Cardington. The site is then immediately on your left. Paul (the owner) has a lot of big ideas for the site, but I wish he would finish off doing what he had started some years ago before thinking about starting another project. The site needs a lot of care and attention as the stone hard standings are uneven and they need at least another 2 loads of stone to stop the mud that has risen to the surface. Oh and their dog is allowed to run free around the site. Despite all of this, we loved our stop here and greatly enjoyed our morning walks up the Lawleys.
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Nice site, shame about the pub

Easy to find site on the way from Much Wenlock to Church Stretton. Well laid out, all pitches hardstanding. There was a new loo block that seemed to have been abandoned mid construction, that said the existing loo block was very nice, and moreover the showers were free. There was also a generous selection of magazines in there to borrow, which the other half appreciated. Site was very quiet, only one other unit there for the night we stayed. Never saw the owner, just deposited the money in a box in the loo block. If you're looking for somewhere to eat, you could do well by avoiding the The Plough Inn, in Wall under Haywood, walking distance from the site. Granted we turned up unannounced on a Sunday evening, but a pub which styles itself a 'chop house' that cannot do a steak of any sort is doing something wrong, A slice of tired steak&kidney pie just isn't the same...
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