Description of Glamping Units
This picturesque yurt rental near Shrewsbury, England, is set by one of the two natural pools on the site. Glampers staying here also have their own rowing boat so that they can enjoy the water.
With stunning views, guests can enjoy the decking with plenty of room for sitting out and enjoying a morning coffee or an evening drink. The yurt has a double bed and a double sofa bed, as well as a wood-burning stove, a two-ring gas cooker, and a cooking area with a table and four chairs.
There is also a shared cooking area in the yurt field with all necessary amenities, including crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, gas, washing-up liquid, tea, coffee, and sugar. On arrival, guests are supplied with drinking water, and they can refill their container at the nearby bathroom facilities which have a tap with drinkable water, as well as flushing toilets and running cold water. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Wood-burning stove
All guests have access to the stunning grounds that include a lake, two natural pools, and an Arboretum. The pools have rowing boats and fishing facilities as well.
Guests staying in yurts and caravans have access to a shared gas-powered shower in a caravan central to the Arboretum. There is also a facilities block available to use at the nearby campsite which is owned by the same host. Towels are not provided in these accommodations.
- Deck or balcony
- Shared bathroom
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
This property is set in stunning grounds in the heart of the striking Shropshire Hills. Glampers will experience the magnificent natural beauty in this gorgeous part of England, while also having access to some of the United Kingdom’s most beautiful, historic, and important cities and towns. The glamping site is less than hour away from the town of Shrewsbury, less than 90 minutes from the historic city of Worcester, and only an hour and a half from the city of Birmingham, Britain’s second largest city after London. The border of Wales is about 30 minutes driving away and has some of the United Kingdom’s most beautiful countryside, such as the Brecon Beacons. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Ping pong
- Wildlife viewing
There are numerous outdoor activities available in the Shropshire Hills. Glampers can go rafting and canoeing or, alternatively, experience the county from the sky in a hot air balloon with Virgin Balloon Flights. The Shropshire Hills are perfect for hikes and experiencing the English countryside. There are numerous museums and historical sites in the surrounding towns and villages, such as Stokesay Castle. Glampers can explore the beautiful town of Shrewsbury, historic Worcester, and visit the vibrant city of Birmingham.
There are also a lot of activities that guests can do at the glamping site. There are two secluded pools which are perfect for fishing. Guests can take out one of the rowing boats on the large lake on the property. The Arboretum is a beautiful place to explore for its natural beauty and wildlife.
In the evenings, guests can get a taste of one Britain’s greatest traditions; an ale from the local brewery and delicious food served at the local pub.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Weekend breaks are for two nights on either a Friday and Saturday night or Saturday and Sunday night.
Mid-week breaks are for four nights from Monday-Friday.
Weekly stays are also available, but please note that at Christmas, New Year, and Easter, all bookings are for a minimum of seven nights.
Guests staying in the yurts and caravans will need to bring their own towels. Drinking water is provided upon arrival in these accommodations, and guests will then be able to top-up their reserves when necessary. Read More