It can be difficult to find a way to please the whole family, but luxury camping in the heart of Shropshire might just be the way to do it. You'll stay in stylish accommodation on a real working farm! Proximity to nature is accompanied with the luxury of a spacious tent with real flooring, a kitchen area with running water and a proper flushing toilet. It's the perfect base from which to explore all the delights that Shropshire has to offer.
Upper Shadymoor Farm is an hour from Birmingham and an hour and a half from Manchester; yet feels worlds away from both, nestled in a woodland glade and with its own swimming lake. The farm is situated on the Welsh border in the Shropshire Marches, and boasts beautiful walks both around the farm and over Long Mynd and Stiperstones. Set out for a day of exploring and stop to refuel at one of the many country pubs dotted along the walking routes.
Unique to Shadymoor is the number of extra activities available, including pony craft and grooming, the Deer Safari and Dusk Adventure. A particularly special treat is the hot tub, water trampoline, boating and wild swim water package; the ultimate hot-cold indulgence enjoyed by Scandinavians and Chinese for centuries. It’s an Upper Shadymoor delight for the whole family, often experienced under the watchful gaze of local Red Deer.
When in Shropshire, why not combine your holiday with a trip to our location in South Shropshire? Church Stretton Collection itself is tucked away in the countryside, although is easily accessible from Birmingham and just over 3 hour’s drive from London. The location offers some of the finest natural scenery in England; perfect for a long day of roaming before returning to relax in an outdoor hot tub. Ragleth Hill and Wenlock Edge are the rural idylls made famous by A.E. Housman’s poem “A Shropshire Lad”.